The first thing this angel makes me think of is Allies.
Oh, if only.
Plus, she's pretty darn decent for her cost. Sure, that Jund deck sitting across the table only needs one kill spell to get rid of her, but they'll need two burn spells to deal with her if they don't have that Terminate. (Not exactly the best defense, but that six toughness is helpful, right?)
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Dec 21, 2009They interact exactly how chocolate and peanut butter interact: beautifully.Posted in: Magic Rulings Archives
...But yeah, as others have already pointed out, they let you cast all of your opponent's instants and sorceries.
Dec 20, 2009foam_dome posted a message on My best friend wants to start playing Magic. There's just one problem.Posted in: Magic Rulings ArchivesQuote from AmadiIsn't it allowed to ask a judge to inform you about the card's text in a tournament if the card is unrecognizable or textless?
But calling a judge for every single card involved in each game?
Dec 20, 2009Well, assuming the War-Pride was the only creature to be declared as an attacker, it would receive any Exalted bonuses. Exalted checks the number of creatures that were declared as attackers, not the number of creatures attacking. Since the tokens are directly put onto the battlefield tapped and attacking (and therefore weren't DECLARED as attackers), they won't affect whether or not Exalted bonuses are given.Posted in: Magic Rulings Archives
Dec 19, 2009Posted in: Magic Rulings ArchivesQuote from Surging ChaosCorrect. After Misdirection resolves and the redirected copy of Tendrils resolves targeting you, you'll lose to SBEs before the other copies of Tendrils that are still on the stack will kill your opponent.
Wouldn't you be at 2 life after the redirected copy resolves? If I'm not mistaken, Misdirection doesn't change the controller of the spell, so the player casting Tendrils would lose 2 life and then gain 2 life before State-Based Actions are checked.
Dec 19, 2009Posted in: Rumor Mill ArchiveQuote from Noobus MaximusWhat Jund are you playing?
The Cheatyface kind with Chrome Mox and Lotus Petal~
You mean... a card like Inspiration?
Also, Counsel of the Soratami isn't in Standard.
Unless you were referring to Divination.
Dec 18, 2009Posted in: Rumor Mill ArchiveQuote from Umezetemeh elspeth sees light legacy play but endless brainstorm is not an effect to scoff at.
It is if the opponent has an overwhelming board position by fourth turn, if they haven't already won.
Dec 18, 2009Posted in: Rumor Mill ArchiveQuote from potassiumnitrateOf course, it also has semi-removal on a stick attached to it. If your opponent resolves something when you've tapped out with Jace, the next turn you can most likely just bounce it back and have counter mana open.
This new Jace might even make Cancel viable in Standard!
...But in all seriousness, you actually have a good point.
Quote from etfjwmnbLol, what?
I must be mistaken because it seems to me you are saying that Jace, Mind Sculptor is good enough for legacy.
Yeah, Legacy would tear Jace a new one.
Dec 16, 2009foam_dome posted a message on [WWK] Planeswalker Chase Day 3 -- left textbox, right corner -- four abilities!Posted in: Rumor Mill ArchiveQuote from MorukUnless you're at my store, that is. Then you should definately trade them away, they're terrible
Aha, I see what you did there.
Quote from Kramit26I used my eye and found an exact size to the text on the picture and the text is too long for the first part to actually be "Exile target player's library," But the ability must be something similar to what I have said.
Couldn't it say "Exile all cards in target player's library" instead?
Dec 16, 2009foam_dome posted a message on [WWK] Planeswalker Chase Day 3 -- left textbox, right corner -- four abilities!Man, I'm loving this new Jace.Posted in: Rumor Mill Archive
His ultimate will probably cost an arm, a leg, and a Tarmogoyf and a half to use, though.
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Nov 30, 2017foam_dome posted a message on If You Can't Take Criticism of Jeremy Hambly, You're Part of the Problem"someone (Jeremy) had the audacity to criticize someone (Christine)and Criticism is Not Harassment no matter how some people wish to construe it as such."Posted in: Articles
Jeremy went far beyond objective criticism and publicly persecuted Christine for nearly a year. He may not have personally hounded her with hateful private messages, but his actions directly resulted in months of direct online harassment from his fan base. You can't seriously look at all the crap Jeremy said and not call it harassment. When you hold that much influence over such a large congregation of people, you have a basic responsibility to not give them the idea that these sorts of heinous actions are socially acceptable. He could have easily criticized Christine without his plethora of disparaging personal remarks against her, and without encouraging thousands of his followers to constantly flame her. The fact that he did do these things, and unapologetically so, is what makes it harassment.
"The protests, mobs, riots all a sign that someone is incapable of accepting the opinion of others."
You mean accepting the opinion that bullying, harassing, and dehumanizing innocent human beings is okay? Yeah no, that sort of mentality has no place in our society, and entertaining that line of thinking will only hold us back as a species.
"someone who disagreed with the Nazi party during there rain ended up at best in a concentration camp at worst with a bullet in there head."
If you think the experience of a Nazi concentration camp is the best case scenario compared to a quick and painless death, then I can't even fathom how detached you are from reality. I encourage you to quantum-leap into the body of an emaciated Jewish concentration camp prisoner circa 1944 and ask yourself, "Is this better than not suffering at all?"
"but the moment you stop respecting the opinion of others and start attacking, harassing them, posting there personal info and calling for a public lynching joust because thy sad something you don't agree with, that is the point I stop respecting you, that is the point you have become a Nazi"
Is that not exactly what Jeremy did?
"people can not differentiate between Nazi and centre right"
Actually, as the years have progressed, our Overton Window has been shifting steadily to the right. Democratic socialism (a mild leftist ideology) has become regarded as far-left, and centrism has become regarded as center-left. On the other side, traditional conservatism has shifted to the center of America's political spectrum, with semi-fascist ideologies occupying the moderate- to far-right.
In other words, the more that neo-Nazi ideologies become normalized and accepted as a valid political platform, the closer the center right drifts toward Nazism.
I don't call right-thinkers Nazis. I call Nazis Nazis. I know a lot of Trump voters with opinions that I strongly disagree with, and I don't call them Nazis because they're not Nazis. They don't believe in things like a one-party government or ethnic cleansing or the removal of basic human rights (except maybe health care, but that's an entirely different can of worms), so I can't in good conscience call them Nazis.
Do I think Jeremy is a Nazi? Not at the moment, because he hasn't shown me any reason to think he's a Nazi. But I do think he's a scumbag with a startling lack of empathy for other humans, and that his career as a psychologically abusive and hate-mongering content creator should be completely and utterly destroyed.
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