Quote from epeeguyWhich is precisely what I figured you intended. While misleading or even using a misunderstanding is "reasonable" (and different people will probably agree to disagree on that), it's quite another to get into semantic arguments over the name of the card which generally doesn't matter. Are there times where it matters? Yes, but this isn't one of them. (Absent something that does allow you to cast a double-faced card face down.)
Remembering the proper name of a card is not a skill that is being tested, and requiring a player to provide the exact card name is not something that is necessary. So long as the card is uniquely identified for the appropriate situation, and given the game rules state that a double-faced card is cast "sunny side up", then naming either half is sufficient for that purpose.
Where it matters is for the permanent once on the battlefield, and MTR 3.6 does make for that exception.
Quote from epeeguyWhat, precisely, are you trying to accomplish with such a situation?
702.15b A permanent or player with protection can't be targeted by spells with the stated quality and can't be targeted by abilities from a source with the stated quality.
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Quote from Halted AsylumBobwayne: current meta is FULL of Ratchet Bomb, Day of Judgement and all sort of mass removal. So far, control is rulling meta, and FMR is the answer for that, so a MD! card, just because it's really probable to face many control decks on the run.
Also, even if you don't face control in some games, FMR still provides +1/+0 and Trample. It's never a dead card. Nough said.
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508. Declare Attackers Step
508.1 First, the active player declares attackers. This turn-based action doesn't use the stack. To declare attackers, the active player follows the steps below, in order. ...
508.1d The active player checks each creature he or she controls to see whether it's affected by any requirements ...
711.2b While a double-faced permanent's back face is up, it has only the characteristics of its back face. The back face doesn't have a mana cost; it has the colors in its color indicator.
204.3k ... The creature types are ... Blinkmoth ...
Quote from Celebrirenchantments are destroyed when the permanents they're attached to leaves the battlefield.