I am wondering how this works with non-Enchant creature Auras. As the wording is different to Auratouched Mage: "you may search your graveyard, hand and/or library for an Aura card and put it onto the battlefield attached to Boonweaver Giant" vs "search your library for an Aura card that could enchant it.", it seems that it is possible to search up an Aura such as Underworld Connections.
I have a feeling this is a rules issue that has arisen with a previous card that I don't know of?
Otherwise I wonder if the interaction is that it attempts to be attached to Boonweaver Giant, doesn't work and goes to the graveyard, or if it enters the battlefield and you choose a new target as the first is not legal?
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Jun 30, 2014Echo posted a message on [[M15]] Spoiler - Wizards Twitter EU Preview (3pm UK Time today)Posted in: The Rumor Mill
Apr 26, 2013https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Apln2HM4aSGbdDJ6MFk5cTBjb09sXzFWdndhTkx2V1E#gid=0Posted in: New Card Discussion
Assuming the packs are the same as RTR, you can find an Axebane Guardian in one of the Selesnya packs and one of the Golgari packs, whereas Gatecreeper Vine shows up in two Selesnya packs and one Golgari pack.
Honestly though I woud just wait to see what you open and then go from there?
Mar 9, 2013Posted in: Limited Archives
Is probably how I'd build it. The mana may be a bit troublesome with BTE and Scorchwalker wanting RR, Holy Mantle and Gift wanting WW and then the bits of green, so opted for 18 lands. Not sure if that's right.
Jan 28, 2013Are you guys sure there are only 8 distinct packs? I played Orzhov on the Saturday, and got a pack very similar to Pack 3:Posted in: The Rumor Mill
High Priest of Penance
Syndic of Tithes
Slate Street Ruffian
But I am sure I had no Devour Flesh, Smog Elemental, Righteous Charge at all in my pool. The rare was definitely High Priest of Penance, and I had the rest of the cards, but maybe it is a bit more randomised than 8 distinct packs?
Jan 26, 2013I went 4-0 as Orzhov, I owe this more to misplaying by my opponents and bad luck rather than my deck being any good. The deck I ended up playing rounds 3 and 4:Posted in: Limited Archives
Low curve, play creatures with extort and just extort them while attacking with bears. First couple of rounds I played I had a slower deck which basically could only win with Deathpact Angel but I switched it up a bit and it felt a lot better to play.
Jul 9, 2012Posted in: Magic Rulings ArchivesQuote from arsmith7No, even if you retain priority for all the pump activations, each one goes on the stack.
So the stack looks like this:
Your opponent will get priority before any of them resolve and between each one resolving, so he can respond before the shade is "out of reach" for the bolt.
But what you could do is individually activate the +1/+1 abilities and pass priority. Then, if he ever wants to bolt the shade, you can in response pump it to get its toughness high enough to survive.
Jun 5, 2012Echo posted a message on Since there are so many unplayables in Avacyn RestoredOne time at my LGS, there was a 6 person pod where 4 of them had to play 3 colours just to have enough playables due to the poor pack quality. There were even some questionable cards within those decks, but the winner was running 3 colours.Posted in: Limited Archives
Sep 6, 2010Posted in: Entertainment ArchiveQuote from AmadiFirst of all, I think I might've been wrong in terminology, since I saw Thordrop uses for a single-Thor-drop yesterday on a stream. I will still keep discussing this 5-thor-dropping as "thordrop", because I have no better name for it.
You could call it a mass thor drop.
To be honest, I've never seen a mass thor drop, except when qxc did Teamliquid Attack where they get pros to do silly strategies against people on battle.net
The thor drop is an ok harassment tool but it leaves you open to attack if you quick tech to it because you might cut army strength as it's really gas intensive. It also means you have to deal a lot of damage with the thor as it does take a lot of resources to build, but this has always been the case with harassment since BW (see Reaver drops).
Aug 14, 2010Just did the Aces High achievement today, built a lot of tanks and planetary fortresses - if you get the scv upgrade that lets them build buildings faster if they work together, all those spare minerals can go towards new CCs to upgrade to PFs. It wasn't too easy, but it was a hell of a lot easier than doing it on brutal without PFs. Banshees to kill some nydus worms, scvs patrolling with repair at the PFs, get some M&M for DPS. When you start having spare mins, it should be about 15 minutes or something, then build a fair few turrets to stop the overlords from dropping stuff everywhere. Keep getting upgrades, keep building more PFs. Psi Disruptors may be a good idea at certain points.Posted in: Entertainment Archive
Another tactic is to get Hive Mind Emulator and go for the air mission instead; build a ton of them and just mind control ultras, mutas and broodlords every now and then. I've heard that it's meant to be quite simple
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