When a card like Morbid opportunist states "This ability triggers only once each turn", does that apply to each opportunist which creates the trigger? To my knowledge there are only ten cards now with this "once per turn" limiting stipulation on triggering abilities, all are relatively new, and I haven't played against any of them yet, so I just want to make sure I understand clearly.
For example... If I have two morbid opportunists in play, and another creature dies, would I draw two cards (one for each opportunist triggering), or only one card because the second opportunist is not able to trigger since that same ability already triggered that turn from another source which produces the same trigger? I'm just wondering if multiples in play are redundant because they see each other triggering where the first prevents the others, or if the condition/restriction is tied directly to each object independently allowing for multiple copies to each trigger once per turn.
The restriction "This ability triggers only once each turn" applies only to the triggered ability where that restriction appears. It doesn't apply to other triggered abilities, even if they have the same text as that ability. See also C.R. 113.2c. (A similar principle applies to activated abilities that say "Activate only once each turn"; see also this thread.)
Cool, thanks. That's what I wanted to hear read.
I like this card and think perhaps the art or flavor threw me off into thinking "If the first opportunist loots the corpse/victim right after the moment of death, why would there be any loot of value (cards) left for other opportunists nearby who get there shortly thereafter?" lol