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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    Not a bug.

    "Protection from multicolored" means "Prevent all damage from multicolored sources". But once Stomp resolves, damage can't be prevented anymore, so your Stonecoil takes damage after all.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    Are you playing a companion in your maindeck? If you are (e.g. you're playing Obosh Temur Adventures), then cards that fail to meet that companion's requirement won't show until you remove the companion from its slot.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    This is apparently not actually a bug, due to how layers work in MTG.

    See the answer posted by DenisS at https://boardgames.stackexchange.com/questions/50202/why-does-dryad-of-the-ilysian-grove-grant-all-basic-land-types-even-if-it-loses for a detailed discussion on this.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    @Istarion#06213

    The two most common reasons this happens are

    (1) Your opponent attacked with Questing Beast alongside Basri's Lieutenant.
    (2) Your opponent cast Stomp at some point during the turn.

    Normally, protection works by preventing damage that would be dealt by sources with the given type. But both Questing Beast and Stomp say "Damage can't be prevented", meaning that protection doesn't work anymore.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    @ShroomsAreSafe#36837

    Per Gatherer: " The converted mana cost of a double-faced card is the converted mana cost of its front face, even while it’s on the battlefield with its back face up. For example, the converted mana cost of Nicol Bolas, the Arisen is 4."

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    This may come down to your not having sufficient power after all.

    Dreadhorde Arcanist says "target instant or sorcery card with converted mana cost less than or equal to Dreadhorde Arcanist's power". Note that it's not the spell's Converted Mana Cost, but the card's.

    For example, say you wanted to cast Claim/Fame using Arcanist. Claim has CMC 1, Fame has CMC 2, but the card Claim/Fame has CMC 3. So you can't cast either half of the card unless Arcanist has 3 power.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    The key thing to look for in abilities like this is the colon.

    Everything before the colon is a cost that must be paid. Everything after the colon is an effect that happens if possible.

    So in more detail, the way the card reads is:

    Cost: Discard a card

    If the cost is paid, then both of the following happen

    (1) The creature gets tapped (if that is possible)
    (2) The creature gains indestructible.

    The two effects here are independent. (2) happens whether or not the creature gets tapped by (1).

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    A similar example: Suppose you have a hypothetical creature that says:

    2B, Tap: Target opponent discards a card. That opponent loses two life.

    There's two effects here (the discard and the life loss). The life loss effect happens even if the opponent has no cards in hand and can't discard.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    The rules were implemented correctly here. In more detail, what happened was:

    (1) You cast Swift End, targeting opponent's creature.
    (2) The Double Vision trigger goes on the stack.
    (3) The Double Vision trigger resolves. You chose to keep the same target.

    At this point the stack is

    (Resolves first)
    Double Vision Copy of Swift End
    Original Copy of Swift End
    (Resolves last)

    (4) The Copy of Swift End resolves, killing the opponent's creature.
    (5) The Original Swift End attempts to resolve. But because there is no legal target available (the original target is already dead), the Swift End fizzles.

    You can only cast the back half of an adventure card after the first half successfully resolves. Because that didn't happen here, the creature didn't go on the adventure, and just goes to the graveyard.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    A creature with deathtouch destroys creatures it deals damage to.

    However, Polukranos has the text "If damage would be dealt to Polukranos while it has a +1/+1 counter on it, prevent that damage and remove that many +1/+1 counters from it."

    Because your creature never dealt damage to Polukranos, deathtouch does not apply.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    First time I encountered this bug. Occurred for me in a Historic ranked Bo3 match. Only thing that appeared on screen for me was the settings gear in the upper right corner. I concede game 1, and the normal sideboarding screen appeared. After sideboarding was finished, the exact same "settings gear only" screen appeared.

    Apparently the match itself has loaded. By clicking randomly on the screen I can manage to select whether to play or draw first. I just can't see any of my or the opponent's cards.

    Attached log is from game 1, prior to my concession.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    I think this may be coming from the Flavor text of the Grim Tutor:

    " As blood touched the empty page, it formed words that seared themselves into the wizard's mind."

    The search function is searching the entire card, and this card has "wizard's" on it.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    Damage causes life-loss, but is not the same thing as life-loss.

    An effect that says "you lose X life" does not involve dealing damage, so is not prevented by The Wanderer.

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    Muggle_of_the_Coast#19144 commented  · 

    There's two separate issues here:

    With regards to hexproof: When you cast an aura (like you did with Mire's Grasp), you choose a target for the spell as you cast it. If the target is not legal when the aura goes to resolve, the aura fizzles and goes to the yard.

    On the other hand, an aura returned to the battlefield is attached to a creature *without* targeting. It can become attached even to hexproof creatures.

    With regards to why you didn't have a chance to pump. The timeline here is.

    1. Archon of Falling Stars Dies.
    2. The Archon's trigger goes on the stack, targeting an enchantment in the graveyard.
    3. The aura returns to the battlefield. As it does, opponent chooses a creature to attach it to.

    If you wanted to pump the creature, you could do it between steps 2 and 3. But once the Archon's trigger resolves, there's no chance for you to pump between when opponent choose the creature to attach to and when it becomes attached.

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    Krenko creates 1/1 tokens. Ethereal Absolution means all your creatures get -1/-1.

    So your tokens were created as 0/0 creatures, meaning they immediately went to the graveyard.

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    Most likely the situation was your opponent either had Questing Beast in play or cast Stomp. Both of these have effects stating that "damage can't be prevented".

    The Stonecoil Serpent's protection would normally prevent the damage from all multicolored sources, but this can get superseded by either of the aforementioned cards.

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    It's not the +1 ability, but instead the static ability of Teferi, which says you can only cast spells when you can cast sorceries.

    You can't cast sorceries when other spells are on the stack, so you can't cast spells with other spells on the stack so long as Teferi is out.

    (This is why Teferi is so critical in control mirrors. Often you'll see people outright hold back on casting spells because if they tap out opponent can resolve Teferi and invalidate large parts of their deck)

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