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Assuming that the edited title is correct; no you are not required to ever take a turn; you can simply use Chronatog's ability on each of your opponent's turns. If your opponent really doesn't have any way to actually win with their deck, then you would eventually win by them decking themselves. There are many other cards such as Yawgmoth's Bargain which ...


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The answer is yes - abilities which specifically let you untap a target are ways to get around some of those restrictions. In particular: "Comes into play tapped" means exactly what it says - when it comes into play, it is tapped. Nothing stops you from targeting it with an effect that untaps it. "Does not untap during its controller's next ...


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Yes, you get one trigger per player hit. As Midnight Pathlighter itself demonstrates, there is a distinction in wording between "a (something)" and "one or more (something)". If the wording is just "a (something)", it counts every single instance of the thing, rather than grouping them together. So you will indeed get multiple ...


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Absolutely you can! The first effect you reference on Jokulmorder is a replacement effect that modifies how the creature enters the battlefield - it makes sure the creature enters tapped. The second effect is a static ability that says it doesn't untap normally during your untap step. The third effect you reference is a triggered ability that defines an ...


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Curled foils are caused by humidity. You can undo the curling of a card by keeping it at approximately 72% humidity for a couple of days. A great way to do this is to buy a two-way humidity packet rated at approximately 72% humidity - these are typically advertised for use with cigars. After using one of these packets in a plastic bag with your curled cards ...


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