Once again I will try and keep the notes short and sweet. Other then a short story about how great Consulate surveillance and Efficient Construction are in limited. We mostly looked at even more Amonkhet cards.
Yep, we are dying to actually play with these new cards and get the B&R changes in our grubby hands so we can get back to brewing. Thank God it is the Pre-release weekend so Next week’s show can get back to actually brewing some decks.
Notes for this week are short and sweet. We mostly dived deep on Amonkhet spoiler’s and played almost 2 games. There were some jokes and stories about how some people are just not bright but mostly we looked at spoilers.
Whale Hello there everyone. This week’s show has Travis in furry spirits and we are even punier then normal. Sorry.
In Magic news we looked at Spoilers like every other podcast. My lack of commander knowledge made me super randy for Temmet. But at the end of the day the best part of this podcast (other then all the sweet puns) is this decklist. I hope to do some testing on Friday and will report back next show.
Sorry time is limited this week all over the place and to that end i am rushing the show notes. The show was mostly Modern Masters 2017 spoilers as well as talking about our challenge decks this week. Oh and a really good email from Dave about judgecast and how it is a good tool for all magic players but doubly so for wannabe judges.
All of you got the call wrong. You had a “looking at extra cards” error, which was separate from your hand. You gained knowledge of 7 cards, instead of 6. The resolution is to separate the known portion of the deck (bottom 5 from earlier Marvel activation)., then select a random card from the 7 you saw and shuffle that back into the unknown portion of the deck. You select one of the remaining 6 cards to cast and finish resolving your marvel activation.
A player takes an action that may have enabled them to see the faces of cards in a deck that they were not entitled to see.
This penalty is applied only once if one or more cards are seen in the same action or sequence of actions.
A. A player accidentally reveals (drops, flips over) a card while shuffling her opponent’s library.
B. A player pulls up an extra card while drawing from his library.
C. A player sees the bottom card of her deck when presenting it to her opponent for cutting/shuffling.
A player can accidentally look at extra cards easily and this infraction handles situations where a dexterity or rules error has led to a player seeing cards in a library that they shouldn’t have.
Cards are considered to be in a library until they touch cards in another set.
Once those cards have joined another set, the infraction is handled as a Hidden Card Error or Game Rule Violation.
Players should not use this penalty to get a “free shuffle” or to attempt to shuffle away cards they don’t want to draw; doing so may be Unsporting Conduct — Cheating. Players also are not allowed to use this penalty as a stalling mechanism. The library is already randomized, so shuffling in the revealed cards should not involve excessive effort.
Shuffle any previously unknown cards into the random portion of the deck, then put any known cards back in their correct locations.