Quote from Rezzahan »I'm not up to date with the missed trigger rulings, but it used to be that a trigger was not missed until after it would have a visible effect on the game state, and the player, in word or action, indicates that he's playing with a resolved trigger at that time. So in these examples, the trigger would not be missed if the opponent declared that his creature doesn't die after combat damage has been dealt due to being indestructible, or when the Lunk Errant's combat damage is assigned with trample and an increased power/toughness in mind.
Is this still the case, though?
Quote from Morphling »Well, Oko probably shouldn't have a Beast Within mode but I guess they'll use the "Well, Blue does Polymorph effects, so it's technically allowed." That is a pretty convenient defense but it still doesn't excuse the fact MaRo endlessly rails against that sort of thing but then turns around and lets them do it over and over again.
Quote from KingChewie »How does he work with creatures with trample? Such as Ilharg, the Raze-Boar
I don't see how the damage numbers should be assigned: do you consider the improved damage figures to determine the lethal damages and figure out the trample damages?
Quote from lucasbpc »Adventures only exist while on hand, and they have no creature type, so no.
cursedereaper asked: Okay Mark. You just said creatures with Adventure allow you to cast them from your hand. But what if a card allows me to cast cards from the library, the graveyard etc. The article never mentioned that Adventures are only allowed to be cast from hand but that anywhere except the stack they are seen as creatures.
You can only cast the Adventure (aka the instant/sorcery) from your hand.
EDIT: Eli just texted me. You can cast the adventure from any zone if a card lets you cast the card from that zone.
Quote from Manite »Quote from user_938036 »I'm fairly certain that the holy grail of their world is connected to the black court for some reason. So we should expect that; it healed garruk of his corruption. I don't recall a mention of what the green court had but it could be their Stonehenge teleportation circle.
Crazy thought, but what if the chalice is the green artifact? Would be rather fitting for a green artifact to cleanse a green planeswalker of a black curse.
Back on topic, it's kinda surprising the Magic Mirror wasn't the black part of the cycle, what with the theme of vanity and all. Of course it's also surprising the Excalibur stand-in is red rather than white.
Quote from user_938036 »I'm fairly certain that the holy grail of their world is connected to the black court for some reason. So we should expect that; it healed garruk of his corruption. I don't recall a mention of what the green court had but it could be their Stonehenge teleportation circle.