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Magic the Gathering Rules Russian

Last Modified 30.01.2018

Hi guys! Welcome to my Magic site! My name is Irina Samonova. I’m a lvl2 judge from Moscow, Russia.

As you probably know, I am seriously involved in popularizing Magic:the Gathering, prioritizing in “promoting the rules into masses”. But not all mages are desperate to study. Most of the novices, strange as it might seem, suppose that they need to learn how one card interacts with another (yep, good luck doing so for the 12K+ existing cards :) ), and that this way, they will grasp the mythical “experience” of prominent players.

It is far from the truth, of course, it is impossible to learn all the rules by just looking at cards. But let us do what best we can — scrutinize one of the many interesting cards closely. And maybe by doing so for those who seek knowledge in their own way, we will let them acquire it :)


Gideon Jura

Previously, planeswalkers were subject to a “planeswalker uniqueness rule" that stopped a player from controlling two planeswalkers of the same planeswalker type. This rule has been removed and planeswalker cards printed before this change have received errata in the Oracle card reference to have the legendary supertype. Like other legendary permanents, they are subject to the “legend rule”.

Blood Moon

Effects that modify the way the land enters the battlefield are replacemant effects. They are applied before the permanent enters the battlefield and taking into account continuous effects that already exist and would apply to the permanent. (see CR 614.12). With Blood Moon on the battlefield Azorius Chancery enters the battlefield untapped and its second ability won’t trigger, so you won’t need to return a land to its owner’s hand.

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