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Category Archives: Communication Policy
Toi et deux de tes meilleurs amis joueurs de Magic avez décidé de vous inscrire à ce fameux tournoi en Team Trio qui a tant attiré ton attention… et maintenant ? Une fois la première ronde démarrée, le tournoi se …
Team Trios events are fun and cooperative! Just be sure not to bog down your matches by spending too much time discussing and/or debating plays with your teammates. Keep it short, keep it fast!
Players are expected to play their own games, so resist the urge to comment on ongoing matches or provide play advice.
Even though you said "go," you still get another chance to cast instants or activate abilities if your opponent does something during your end step.
We're here to clear up a common misconception about helping each other during deck construction at events that don't use deck lists. It's not against the rules!
“My Clone targets your Huntmaster.” “I’ll play Wolfir Silverheart soulbonding the token.” “Exile all your creatures with my Angel of Serenity.” Statements like this, technically speaking, aren’t correct. When you cast a creature spell, it doesn’t have a target, even …
All tournaments are governed by the all knowing Magic Tournament Rules, no matter what type of tournament you’re in. As long as they are DCI sanctioned, they are bound by the rules laid out there. The 55-page document might be …
Whether you’re at your local FNM, watching a match because you already finished your match, or you’re at a Grand Prix watching your friend play, it’s not uncommon to see spectators watching matches. So what is expected of a spectator …
This is an older ‘change’ than the Missed Trigger update a little while back, but it’s one we haven’t really covered. One of the toughest things for a Judge to figure out is a life total discrepancy; when Player A …
Taking a little break from the Return to Ravnica previews, we’ll do our normal Tournament Tuesday tip. NOTE: All of this only matters at Competitive REL and higher—stuff like PTQs and GPTs and GPs—and it won’t go into effect until October …