Aether Revolt Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

The majority of cards work as you’d expect in 2HG but there are some quirks, often involving the combat phase or life total changes. Those cards are explained in these notes. If you’re playing a 2HG prerelease you should also check out the 2HG Hidden Gems that highlights which cards to look out for! Kaladesh has its own Release Notes. If you're judging a 2HG prerelease I'd advice mentioning in your opening announcements to prevent disappointments during games. It looks like it's

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Kaladesh Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

These notes explain how Kaladesh cards work in 2HG. You can find the regular release notes here. The majority of cards work as you’d expect but there are some quirks in 2HG, often involving the combat phase or life total changes. See the 2HG FAQ if you want to know more about the rules of the format. If you’re going to play in a 2HG prerelease you should also check out the 2HG Hidden Gems that shows which cards to look out for! GENERAL This part covers the basics, "you"

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Eldritch Moon Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

These notes explain how Eldritch Moon cards work in 2HG. You can find the regular release notes here. In fact, the regular notes make a whopping 9 references to Two-Headed Giant this time! Perhaps one glorious day this little addendum will be completely redundant. 2HG has a few quirks, often about the combat phase and life total changes, but the majority of cards work as you’d expect. The golden rule of 2HG is: “You” still refers to you alone, not both you and your teammate. An ability

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Shadows over Innistrad Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

These notes explain how cards from Shadows over Innistrad work in Two-Headed Giant. The explanations assume you’re already familiar with how these cards work in a normal game. You can find the regular release notes here. 2HG has a few quirks, mostly concerning the combat phase and life total changes, but the majority of cards work as you’d expect. The golden rule of 2HG is: “You” still refers to you alone, not both you and your teammate. For example, abilities that boost “creatures

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Oath of the Gatewatch Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

These notes explain how cards from Oath of the Gatewatch work in Two-Headed Giant. The explanations assume you’re already familiar with how these cards work in a normal game. You can find the regular release notes here. 2HG has a few quirks, mostly concerning the combat phase and life total changes, but the majority of cards work as you'd expect. The most important rule to remember, the golden rule of 2HG: “You” still refers to you alone, not both you and your teammate. For example,

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Commander 2015 Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

This article explains how some of the new cards in Commander 2015 work in Two-Headed Giant (2HG). The explanations assume you're already familiar with how these cards work in a normal game. You can find the regular release notes here. Reprints are not discussed here. If you would like to know about an interaction with an older card, the quickest way might be to try the Judge Rules Chat. If you want to know more about the rules of the format in general, check out the 2HG FAQ. GENERAL

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Battle for Zendikar Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

This is a quick reference guide on how cards from Battle for Zendikar work in Two-Headed Giant. These explanations assume you're already familiar with how these cards work in a normal game. You can find the regular release notes here. While in most cases the wording of the card itself makes it sufficiently clear how it works in 2HG (see Golden Rule below), there are some areas with extra rules baggage. This mostly concerns the combat phase and life total changes. Cards with such interactions

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Magic Origins Two-Headed Giant Release Notes

This is a quick reference guide on how certain cards work in Two-Headed Giant (2HG). This mostly concerns interactions about combat and life total changes. Those interactions are explained here so you do not have to look up the specific rules themselves. These explanations assume you're already familiar with how these cards work in a normal game. You can find the regular release notes here. Some 2HG interactions are explained in there as well but many aren't. If you want to know more about

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