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As long as it isn’t a cost of an ability (like a tap symbol) you can tap already tapped permanents.
Okay GavInquirers. Me and some friends are locked in a debate. I’m curious what you think. You have to choose between:
-Getting free bread while eating meals at restaurants for the rest of your life, BUT you lose the ability to see the color purple. (You become “purpleblind.”)
-You retain your ability to see purple, BUT never receive free bread at restaurants ever again.
Let me know what you think!
Depends how skill intensive you’re looking for. You can actually do a reasonable booster draft or rochester draft with four people. You can also do two separate heads-up Winston or Winchester drafts and then play.
But if you’re looking for something crazy and ridiculously skill intensive, you can do the Fact or Fiction draft.
Here’s how it works: on your “turn” you open a pack, shuffle it, and reveal five cards. The player to your left splits them into two piles. You choose one, they get the other. Then repeat this process with 5 more cards with the person to your right, and then again with the last 5 cards with the person across from you.
After your turn, the person to the left of you goes. Once it goes around the table, the person on the end “wheels” and it heads back counterclockwise.
It’s one of the most skill intensive draft formats I’ve ever played. Give it a try!
"Sorry man, but you really should have played around it."
I think you could probably pull it off. You’re right that red and green are going to be the most challenging, but something like a “Big Snow Red” deck with Skred or just a bunch of sweepers could work. (Though is going to be in really bad shape against some decks.
As far as green goes… Does ramping into Tooth and Nail count as “control”? >_>
This is constantly a problem for me as well. I’m totally with you. Anybody else have this issue?