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There isn't a card nor an entry in the rules that mention multiples parties, therefore the number of parties you can form is irrelevant. Also, rule 700.8a state s The calculation of the number of creatures in a player’s party is performed automatically by the game and results in a number between zero and four. Players don’t declare which specific creatures ...


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One per player. The text of rule 700.8 makes this clear (emphasis mine): 700.8. Some cards refer to the number of creatures in a player’s party. A player’s party consists of up to one creature that player controls for each of the following four creature types: Cleric, Rogue, Warrior, and Wizard. Throughout 700.8, the party is always referred to in a one-to-...


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This may be closed as opinion-based, but there isn't a "right way" to play MTG casually or to build decks. However, I find that you are approaching it from the wrong point of view, and are missing out on what is (in my opinion) the most fun part about playing Magic, which is the deck-building. Sure you can find a deck list online that uses some of ...


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Yes. It's referring to the emphasized part below of rule 103.4: To take a mulligan, a player shuffles the cards in their hand back into their library, draws a new hand of cards equal to their starting hand size, then puts a number of those cards equal to the number of times that player has taken a mulligan on the bottom of their library in any order. That ...


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Yes, you get to create a Cat token. Note that the ability is a triggered ability, not an activated ability. This is an important distinction. Handling Triggered Abilities 603.1. Triggered abilities have a trigger condition and an effect. They are written as “[When/Whenever/At] [trigger condition or event], [effect]. [Instructions (if any).]” 603.2. ...


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Yes, that's exactly what that means, you can mulligan once without a hand size reduction. The logic behind this is in part because one-on-one matches are generally best-of-three, but multiplayer games are usually much longer and because of this matches are usually played best-of-one. When the entire match is decided by a single game, a bad starting hand hits ...


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