What should you do if you suspected/suspect your opinion untapped previously tapped land, but you aren't too sure?
When playing with friends or casually at a shop, what is the best way to resolve a situation where one player claims the other player untapped land but didn't *see* it?
1. He has a habit of tapping and untapping lands often when making decisions on whether to use artifacts or land for mana.
2. He has a lot of artifacts that make his spells cost less.
3. It is near impossible to remember what cards he played in a turn. His turns are longer, because he often does a ton of little things, so it's hard to go back and check to see if he used his mana properly.
How to watch for mana untapping?
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You have some work to do. While Asceticism does combo with glyphs, Primal Rage does not. It gives it an ability.
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However, if there are two Patrons in your top three cards and you put the other one on top, it is a new object, and your opponent does not have any way of distinguishing between these two situations. If you do switch Patrons, I don't know if you need to inform your opponent that the top Patron is now a new object, or if you don't need to tell them until you activate it again. I would be interested in getting an answer to that question.
401.4. If an effect puts two or more cards on the top or bottom of a library at the same time, the owner
of those cards may arrange them in any order. That library’s owner doesn’t reveal the order in
which the cards go into his or her library.
Quote from Doreburg »Quote from ZenoRage »The rule is that when the combo goes off and your opponent has resolved a Angels Grace, then the effects will continue to happen indefinitely, halting the progress of the game.
However when I have Angel's Grace I can stop my own loop before an opponent would lose and it will be and easy finish? I assume
Quote from ZenoRage »The rule is that when the combo goes off and your opponent has resolved a Angels Grace, then the effects will continue to happen indefinitely, halting the progress of the game.
305.7. If an effect sets a land’s subtype to one or more of the basic land types, the land no longer has its
old land type. It loses all abilities generated from its rules text, its old land types, and any copy
effects affecting that land, and it gains the appropriate mana ability for each new basic land type.
Note that this doesn’t remove any abilities that were granted to the land by other effects. Setting a
land’s subtype doesn’t add or remove any card types (such as creature) or supertypes (such as basic,
legendary, and snow) the land may have. If a land gains one or more land types in addition to its
own, it keeps its land types and rules text, and it gains the new land types and mana abilities.
613.7. Within a layer or sublayer, determining which order effects are applied in is sometimes done
using a dependency system. If a dependency exists, it will override the timestamp system.
613.7a An effect is said to “depend on” another if (a) it’s applied in the same layer (and, if
applicable, sublayer) as the other effect (see rules 613.1 and 613.3); (b) applying the other
would change the text or the existence of the first effect, what it applies to, or what it does to
any of the things it applies to; and (c) neither effect is from a characteristic-defining ability or
both effects are from characteristic-defining abilities. Otherwise, the effect is considered to be
independent of the other effect.
613.7b An effect dependent on one or more other effects waits to apply until just after all of those
effects have been applied. If multiple dependent effects would apply simultaneously in this way,
they’re applied in timestamp order relative to each other. If several dependent effects form a
dependency loop, then this rule is ignored and the effects in the dependency loop are applied in
613.7c After each effect is applied, the order of remaining effects is reevaluated and may change if
an effect that has not yet been applied becomes dependent on or independent of one or more
other effects that have not yet been applied.