This card says Enchanted land has 'tap': prevent the next 1 damage that would be dealt to you this turn.
Ok, does this mean, if I have that enchanted on a land, and I have 4 lands total, and play a creature that cost 4 lands (meaning that that one would then tap), does it activate it's ability? to prevent damage.
Also, since it says it prevent 1 damage to YOU, does that mean it will prevent a damage to a creature even if that creature is blocking.
He didn't say "play a card that happens to be creature", he said "play a creature" and that's improper. That use of play was obsoleted in 2009.
Is this real or a joke? Is Ikegami actually the same person as Feigel?
It certainly is possible: Feigel was quite arrogant and possibly had had his account cancelled by the Forum mediators...
I apologize for not 'wording' things properly for some. Being new to the game makes it difficult to be 'pomagically' correct. Didn't mean to start a discussion on terms. I do however want to thank all the responses, we had a fun time last night playing and learning. Being able to ask a couple questions on rules here and getting such fast feedback is enourmously helpfull.
Magicese is a precise language, there is a difference between "blocked" and "blocked by a creature" for example
but ikegami takes it way too serious, so ignore him when he goes on about semantics, we all try to
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