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What happens when Gideon, The Oathsworn mutates?

Gideon, The Oathsworn has an ability that transforms it into a non-human creature. If we should mutate on Gideon while he is alive what would happen? Let's say we mutate the card with Boneyard Lurker.

magic-the-gathering  
user avatar asked by Neil Meyer Score of 9
user avatar answered by Hackworth Score of 6

Am I required to make a move in solitaire

If I have an empty row in the tableau and I pull a King from the stock pile am I required to use it? Reason for question: I have a red King in one of the Tableau columns and red Queens are at the top ...

solitaire klondike-solitaire  
user avatar asked by JVista S Score of 3
user avatar answered by Joe W Score of 5

Can I cast Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath for free with Aluren if I'm casting it from my graveyard using it's Escape ability?

Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath is a 3 mana value with an Escape cost. Escape—{G}{G}{U}{U}, Exile five other cards from your graveyard. (You may cast this card from your graveyard for its escape ...

magic-the-gathering  
user avatar asked by DenisS Score of 2
user avatar answered by GendoIkari Score of 7

By the end of the month, should I drop unused event cards?

I've just finished January game. The instruction for end game for either case says: Discard all City cards. These all reset for the start of the next game. Do not put any Legacy cards back in the ...

pandemic-legacy-season-1  
user avatar asked by Michał Score of 2
user avatar answered by Joe W Score of 2

What expansions can I use with the new Core set without conversion?

Paizo released an new edition of the Core Set. There are meaningful rules changes, which require a conversion guide to play with older games. Unfortunately, I'm new to the game and I can't tell which ...

pathfinder-adventure  
user avatar asked by indigochild Score of 2

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Pocketing the last coin and the striker at the same time

Only one black (mine) and one white (opponent's) coin are on the board. (All the other coins and the queen have been pocketed) I pocket my black coin, but accidentally also pocket the striker. Who ...

carrom  
user avatar asked by Kunal Score of 2
user avatar answered by Samthere Score of 2

What's the deal with the new Wastes land and the diamond symbol on it?

One of the cards revealed for Oath of the Gatewatch is the basic land Wastes with a new diamond symbol instead of one of the existing mana symbols. We also saw Kozilek, the Great Distortion, which has ...

magic-the-gathering  
user avatar asked by murgatroid99 Score of 40
user avatar answered by murgatroid99 Score of 43

What is a good Pokemon deck ratio?

My son really likes Pokémon, and owns a lot of cards. He mostly plays the video games and reads the books, but wants to build a Pokemon deck to play as well. We understand the basic rules. I know ...

deck-building pokemon  
user avatar asked by Jim McKeeth Score of 22
user avatar answered by Rodney Schuler Score of 19

In the official rules of Monopoly, can you offer immunity to other players in deals?

In the official rules of Monopoly, can you offer immunity to other players in deals? Also, what about tournament play, which has different rules again? For example, it was a common house rule from my ...

monopoly  
user avatar asked by Xonatron Score of 24
user avatar answered by Joe Score of 15

What is the penalty for failing to follow suit?

Assume the mistake is unintentional, what course of action should be taken when this occurs and is discovered? If the person discovers themselves that they earlier made the mistake, is the penalty ...

bridge trick-taking-games  
user avatar asked by Jack Score of 13
user avatar answered by AlexC Score of 12

Rules for kings to take pieces

In traditional draughts, the rules written on our copy of the game say a king can take in any direction even if there are empty spaces between the king and the piece it will take. Is this right? Even ...

checkers  
user avatar asked by graffe Score of 8
user avatar answered by SQB Score of 3

Do you have to have exactly 60 cards in a Magic the Gathering deck?

Do you have to have exactly 60 cards in a Magic the Gathering deck? Some people I've talked to at FNM say yes, others say no.

magic-the-gathering  
user avatar asked by Cygnus X Score of 20
user avatar answered by ikegami Score of 26
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