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"Simple questions" usually need rather complex answers, while complex questions often come down to no more than a simple "yes" or "no".
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Who truly runs this city? Look to the sky on hallowed days, and see whose sigil is stamped clearly onto the heavens. - Vuliev of the Ghost Council
We have no need for military might. We wield two of the sharpest swords ever forged: Faith in our left hand, Wealth in our right. - Vuliev of the Ghost Council
Options will cost you, but a lack of them will cost you even more.
The wizard who reads a thousand books is powerful. The wizard who memorizes a thousand books is insane.
A single dedicated mind can bring about the greatest destruction. That, or goblins - goblins work too.
Of course you should fight fire with fire. You should fight everything with fire. - Jaya Ballard, task mage
He unmakes the world in his own image.
Who's the crazy one now? - Torgle, mountaintop boatmaker
Fair? At what point in our negotiations did you convince yourself my goal was to be fair?
After breaking free from the Riptide Project, the slivers quickly adapted to life on Otaria - much to the dismay of life on Otaria.
Choices are rarely as simple as they seem.
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I've only ever used Mindbreak Trap against storm, where it's exiling a bunch of copies of Tendrils. What happens to the exiled spell(s) if it's actually represented by a card? Does the card get exiled?
The card is the spell; they're are one and the same. Exiling the spell is moving it from the stack to the exile zone; if the spell is a card, the card is the thing being moved stack -> exile.
Even if your example against Storm, typically your Mindbreak Trap is exiling the storm copies and the original Tendrils spell card in the stack.
cool. but if three suspended cards were about to resolve, i could trap the 3rd for free?I don't knwo if this is a rules question or not, but how would you try to word to your opponent "which order are those resolving" without basically saying i'm gunna counter the last one for free...
The Basic rulebook, read it! A lot of basic questions are answered there!
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Type [c]Black Lotus[/c] to get Black Lotus.
Type [c=Black Lotus]The Overpowered One[/c] to get The Overpowered One.