if you play for example wayfarer's bauble can you sacrifice it and search your libary for a basic land card the same turn that you cast it ?
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But yes, you can. Wayfarer's Bauble is not a creature, so the summoning sickness rule doesn't apply to it.
If I play Gifts Ungiven Can I only choose two cards?
if my opponent plays his Blind Zealot , and my creature is enchanted with Spirit Mantle , if my opponent sacrifices his Blind Zealot can my creature with Spirit Mantle still be targeted?
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Your creature cannot be targetted, so your opponent will not even be able to put blind zealot's ability on the stack. The zealot cannot be sacrificed, and your creature can't be destroyed.
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144543765 wrote:I was browsing through some cards in gatherer and I noticed something really odd - the transforming cards from Innistrad like Mayor of Avabruck have separate comments and ratings for each side. Isn't that totally stupid? It feels as senseless as having two different pages for each side of a split card or having different pages for Nimble Mongoose with and without threshold.
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NON-AGGRO, NON-MONO RED deck (Not getting very far with it though)
Standard mono red deck for FNM next Friday
As long as it's random, I really can't see where's the problem. Anyway, there's already a few standard ways for doing this. We listed them in this thread. If someone does the bogey-bogey, eats the cards, waits until they come out, look out the approximate order, place replacements in the same order, calls the president to ask him to give him a string of numbers, puts the card in the given order, then pick the cards in the order given by taking the date of birth of his opponent, reversed, and taking only every other number, then a judge can clearly declare that he's random enough.
The beauty of sarcasm is that when the person using it is totally incorrect, you can just remove the sarcasm and end up with a post that is actually correct.
Q: When a card like Giant Adephage is on the field with a card with Evolve. When they both attack an Giant Adephage deals damage and you put the token on the field. Does Evolve kick in before that creature attacks?
On page 3:(Under the Summoning Sickness section)Q: If a noncreature permanent turns into a creature, does it suffer summoning sickness?OnI think it would be a good thing to include an example of what happens when control of a permanent with summoning sickness changes in between turns. If I cast Serra Angel, my opponent Mind Controls it on his/her next turn, and I Disenchant the Mind Control on my following turn, Serra Angel will still have summoning sickness because no player has controlled it since the beginning of a turn.(The general rule of thumb is that summoning sickness ends "when a turn has passed", but when control of "sick" permanents change in between turns, a lot of newbies get confused and don't know if the permanent has lost summoning sickness or if it's still sick. This example clarifies how to handle such a situation and I think it would be a good addition.)
I think a better example would involve the Serra Angel staying on the battlefield for a few turns before the Mind Control, and then the Mind Control staying on for a few turns before the Disenchant. At that moment, your Serra Angel will "have summoning sickness" because you haven't controlled it continuously since the start of your turn. It doesn't matter how long the creature may have been on the battlefield under your opponent's control; if you haven't controlled it since the beginning of your most recent turn, it will have summoning sickness.
Hello,I have a question about insults and abusive behavior during a sanctioned event.If during an MTG match a person insults his opponent - this could lead to him being disqualified?What happens if after the disqualification from the event he continues to proceed with his original intentions?
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Same thing with death baron...?