Sentinel of the Eternal Watch is doubly good in 2HG because "beginning of combat on each opponent's turn" means it triggers once for each opponent, even though they share a combat phase.
Learn how an old idea has been turned into a much more efficient keyword with Menace!
Welcome back. I know, it's weird. It's the weekend, and we're updating! It's not what you're used up. But creatures transforming into planeswalkers is also weird, and we're just so excited about these new planeswalkers that we want to talk about them But enough about that, let's talk about Kytheon, Hero of Akros. Or, as we know him, Gideon. Kytheon has a delayed trigger. If you attack with Kytheon and at least two other creatures, at the end of combat, Kytheon will transform into Gideon,
There has always been some confusion among players with how triggered abilities work. Sometimes the ability is so clearly written it just makes sense. Sometimes however, cards like use language that creates a slight amount of ambiguity as to when an effect takes place. Today we will discuss specifically, and hopefully leave you with a better understanding of the card and how triggered abilities work. First thing we should always remember when handling triggered abilities is that the trigger
Today's post is going to be about everyone's favorite Goblin buddy-maker (Well, second favorite for Commander players! No hard feelings, Krenko): Goblin Rabblemaster. He slices, he dices, he makes disposable bodies to feed to and he looks great while doing it. But how can you stop your opponent from getting those tasty tasty Rabblemaster tokens when you've got removal in your hand? The answer is to make things clear! In Magic, we play with a lot of shortcuts. Effectively, they let us play the game
Shaman of the Great Hunt's triggers will still resolve even if it dies from combat damage. Other creatures that got through will still get the counter.
Two Flamerush Riders can copy each other as they attack, but the tokens don't trigger to copy something because they didn't "attack."
Flamerush Rider trigger when it attacks, which means any token copy of a creature with a Raid enters-the-battlefield ability will trigger accordingly when the token is created.
Today's tip unfortunately doesn't cover any of the new cards from Fate Reforged, but it's still quite useful! is a pretty neat card, and it lets you turn your creatures (such as the goblin tokens from ) into value. But Rabblemaster might attack right into your opponent's Manifest/Morph and die a horrible death. Without Rabblemaster churning out adorable monkey-faced Goblins, how will you feed your Butcher? With , that's how! The obvious trick here is to sacrifice Champion to Butcher for something
Comeuppance can do cool and weird things in combat (and two players with Comeuppance can result in a draw!). Learn about it here!