From the first book I saw, Fowler's UML Distilled:
"Communication diagrams, a kind of interaction diagram, emphasize the data links between the various participants in the interaction."
(Yes, I know... but I was studying for a mid-term before bed last night.)
Whenever a player casts a spell that has multiple targets, any other player may pay , where X is the converted mana cost of that spell and choose new targets for that spell.
Whenever a creature is blocked, any player may discard a card to remove the blocking creature from combat. The attacking creature is now unblocked.
*Not sure about the "unblocked" wording. Might try to clean it up before judging.*
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Oct 13, 2010JonFuryZacharias posted a message on Club Flamingo ☆ Exclusively for Custom Card Connoisseurs and Great PeoplePosted in: Custom Card Contests and Games
Jul 13, 2010ThisPosted in: Custom Card Contests and Games
Sphere of Besiegement 3
Whenever an opponent draws a card, put a siege counter on ~.
t, Remove two siege counters from ~: Destroy target fortification or aura enchanting a land.
t, Remove four siege counters from ~: Destroy target land.
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