EDH decks I play:
Kaalia (the beats)
Zur (disgusting combo)
Damia (Bug Elf deck)
Ghave (Uber combo)
Muzzio (Oops, Blightsteel)
"Proc" stands for "Programmed Random OCcurance". It does not even vaguely apply to anything Magic cards do. Don't use it.
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604.3. Some static abilities are characteristic-defining abilities. A characteristic-defining ability conveys information about an object’s characteristics that would normally be found elsewhere on that object (such as in its mana cost, type line, or power/toughness box). Characteristic-defining abilities function in all zones. They also function outside the game.
does Malignus enter the battlefield with p/t equal to half opponent's life, or is it calculated after it hits the field? Basically trying to Flayer of the Hatebound and reanimate Malignus for a bunch of damage.
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Dual means two. A duel is a battle between two people. Lands that make two colors of mana are dual lands. A normal Magic battle is a duel.
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Just checking:Lets say Malignus comes in as 10/10 and the Flayer ability goes on the stack.In response Malignus gets hit with a doom blade; The flayer abilty still does 10 damage.Lets say Malignus comes in as 10/10 and the Flayer ability goes on the stack.In response Malignus gets hit with a grasp of darkness; The flayer abilty will do 6 damage.Correct?
Correct on both cases. Except the ability itself doesn't deal damage, the ability makes Malignus deal the damage (even if Malignus is not on the battlefield anymore).