Quote from GakaI, for one, welcome our new Norin the Wary overlords.
Quote from Last Laugh »Lol how many edh decks do you own Tev? Glad to see my advice on Reconnaissance is spreading... such a busted card (yes, I'm assuming you read my advice and taking credit).
You had much of a chance to play the deck yet? I'm desperately looking for answers for card draw. I run Necropotence, Phyrexian Arena, Skullclamp, Heirloom Blade, and Heralds Horn and still end up in topdeck mode fast. Just added Greed but haven't playtested with it yet.
Quote from kalkris »Consider Blood Seeker for more cutting action maybe
Quote from Tev »I use Reconnaissance in my Daxos the Returned because I already knew it's stupid broken properties. It's just in this I can really abuse it, especially with Captivating Vampire. Now the question is how terrible do I want to make the deck and use a Vigilance giver like Serra's Blessing? I swing with my guys, Captivate an opponent's Creature and then use Reconnaissance to untap them and do it all over again.
Quote from Jiriya »I think you missed the part where it says they neither deal nor receive combat damage o.o you can't attack with them, let them deal damage then untap them
Quote from Jiriya »I didn't know there was a step after damage was dealt during the combat step where you could activate stuff, thank you!
You wouldn't happen to know where I could find an official ruling showing these steps? It's just I know I'll need it if I try to use this against my friends cause they won't believe me when I tell them i can still do combat damage and use this card lol
506.1. The combat phase has five steps, which proceed in order: beginning of combat, declare attackers, declare blockers, combat damage, and end of combat. [...]
511.3. As soon as the end of combat step ends, all creatures and planeswalkers are removed from combat. After the end of combat step ends, the combat phase is over and the postcombat main phase begins (see rule 505).