2018
Oct
5
awarded  Nice Answer
2016
May
24
comment Should a judge fix a solution agreed to by players?
I honestly don't think this question is answerable, since it's entirely subject to the judge at hand.
May
24
revised Are there any nonland Plains?
Removing ambiguity
May
24
suggested approved edit on Are there any nonland Plains?
May
23
comment What hand scores are impossible in Cribbage?
@Aramis Given that the question specifies counting your hand, seems logical
May
23
comment Drawing an Extra Card During Mulligan
I'm a little confused where you're getting that information from. The two listed options are, opponent looks at and takes cards from your hand until your hand is the correct size, or mulligan again. Unless I'm not understanding that by 'forced mulligan', you mean the case where your opponent looks at and takes cards from your hand?
May
23
comment Drawing an Extra Card During Mulligan
ALWAYS call a judge over. The fix that you two applied is the fix for Competitive REL. The fix that the judge likely would've gone with would have been to randomly select a card out of your 7 and shuffle it into your library. If the board state becomes broken at anytime, never try and fix it yourself. That's what judges are there for.
May
23
comment Drawing an Extra Card During Mulligan
Is your FNM being run at Regular REL or Competitive REL? In addition, why is your opponent forcing you to do anything?
May
13
comment Where can I get my Magic the Gathering play critiqued?
I actually disagree with ignoring discussion about your play. In fact, you should listen to it closely, and evaluate their logic.
May
13
comment Getting started (Advanced) with Magic: The Gathering, and where to play
Definitely research your local game stores, see what events they run when, see which ones your schedule allows you to attend, then do research on the different formats of the events, to see which interest you the most. If you want to return in a serious way, also look up common deck lists of each format, so you know what to expect. If you have any niche questions, feel free to join the chat for this site, and I can hopefully help you in that way.
May
6
comment Deathtouch/Monstrosity Interaction
@SocioMatt Yes, because it impacts damage assignment in combat, and thus needs to be located there too.
Feb
29
comment How do you stop this combination?
@DrunkCynic You can also force them to sacrifice one of the creatures, with crackling doom or a similar card.
Feb
22
comment Board Games development online course
Highly recommend the book "The Art of Game Design"
Feb
22
comment Board Games development online course
Best way to learn; play many different board games, including ones you wouldn't normally like.
Feb
17
comment If a player goes to “combat”, and then activates an ability, what is the game state?
@GendoIkari The reason is because that is how the Tournament Rules define it. Proper communication would be specifying the phase's name.
Feb
17
comment If a player goes to “combat”, and then activates an ability, what is the game state?
At competitive REL, this is not how it would be handled typically.
Jan
28
comment Why is Sunken Hollow a rare?
@Jefromi Calling the Tango Lands 'dual lands' is a very common use of the term. In fact, "dual lands" by common mtg slang means a land that has two land types. While it may not be the wiki definition, it is the most common use of the term.
Jan
28
comment Why is Sunken Hollow a rare?
Because its an incredibly good card?
Jan
26
comment Etiquette for the Stack in MTG
By acceptable, do you mean legal? Otherwise, this question's a bit opinion based. In addition, spells don't go to the graveyard until after the spell has either resolved or been countered.
Jan
19
comment When do “when you cast this spell” effects resolve?
@Jefromi The big part was Murgatroid was more explicit about passing of priority, which is a big thing that a lot of newer players don't get, and in my opinion, should be engrained whenever possible.