everyone. Yep, my second entry is here for you to
read, which can hopefully be an enjoyable experience
to you players. So, what dilemmas did I face this
week? Here they are:
-Defending, Pros and Cons.
Well, I always knew about defending
since I started a month ago, however, what I did not
know is that you could block one creature with two.
It’s an interesting concept, and I found it very
easy to pick up on.
-Figuring out Tokens, and how they function.
This one still has a few plot holes in it. I realize
that tokens do count as creatures and such, and they
do not factor into a stack on the occasion they
leave play, and this can somehow interfere with
resolution of cards. What I wonder is:
tokens have summoning sickness?
If anyone can clear that up for me, it’d help. (Editor's
note: Judge Bill answered this question in a column
-- "Creature tokens follow the same rules for
creatures. This means they will be affected by
summoning sickness until you start your next turn."
-Figuring out the right time to play a certain card.
This has easily been one
of the most troubling things for me when converting
to MTG. In YGO I was used to immediately being able
to play cards and hurt my opponent, however, through
experience I have learned that waiting and
responding to your opponent’s moves become the best
way to attack them. And usually, one wrong move can
swing the tide of the game completely. That takes
some serious getting used to.
3 Circu, Dimir Lobotomist.
Seriously, I need 3 of these guys, if
anyone can help me out, PM me on my Forum name
BlackChaosDemon or e-mail me. I need 3…no one here
seems to have them.
concludes this entry, I hope you all enjoy this
weekend for the Guildpact set is released
officially. Also, I intend on playing at The Griffon
in South Bend, Friday Night Magic is always a plus
to heighten my knowledge.
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