Quote from FAPPYcatIs it really that big an issue? If it is... well.... I could be in some serious trouble with my project.
(It's being written in Visual Basic 2008 - I'm way too lazy to learn a language and just want to put something awesome together)
Quote from FdbogSomething just doesn't sound right about that. I mean the text of changeling does state that (This card is every creature type at all times.) So wouldn't that mean that at all times and in all zones this card is all creature types at once. So when the blackguard checks the creature type of a card coming into play then would it not find that the card is a rogue.
Sorry if I am completely wrong here but I am just explaining my logic.
Quote from FoxBat.NET should be your first hint, it's windoze-only through and through. (IE unportable)
Quote from TheSINI had the extreme pleasure of playing against a pickles deck for the first time yesterday, and I was wondering how to combat it.
I play with mono Blue Fairies mostly, and I was wondering about Unsummon. Can I Unsummon the Brine Elemental after the opponent unmorphs the Vesuvan Shapeshifter and before he targets the Brine Elemental, so that he must target something else? Or, can I Unsummon the Brine Elemental in response to him picking Brine Elemental as a target to make the ability fizzle, thus killing the Vesuvan Shapeshifter? Thanks.
Quote from RipeOkay so I saw the movie on friday can someone explain this to me though
Why did they name it Cloverfield?
Quote from VerzenChaosUh, we have those classes in school... It's called, "Mythology"
Quote from sentimentGX4A solution for this dilemma is that schools can make special "Christian" classes for elementary school kids so as to avoid teaching topics deemed offensive to their religion. This is especially critical at an early stage when kids are just finding their way in life. If Christianity is bashed at this stage, they may turn from the religion for the rest of their lives. The influence is probably much less later in the high school years in Biology class but children should definitely be shielded.
Quote from Morningstar81Because:
a) counterbalance counters spells depending on converted mana cost, so it is possible to play around it.
b) counterbalance is in play and visible, so the opponent will know he has to play around it or deal with it, whereas your guy will be hidden.
c) spells with split second, or under a City of Solitude or Abeyance don't let you use the Sensei's Divining Top to change the card on top of your library, making the counterbalance much easier to deal with (a Krosan Grip on the counterbalance usually does the trick).
Your card is a counterpell you can play in almost every situation... to counter almost everything... specially after the opponent is in a compromising situation (e.g. to counter the infernal tutor when the opponent has confidently emptied his hand under the protection of his Xantid Swarm)