A spell that can’t be countered can still be targeted by a counterspell.

This was already something that came up now and then with , and in days past with , but it's popping up more because of and all the fun it entails. The question: "Can you aim a counterspell at one of these things? It doesn't do anything!" Well, 'can't be countered' doesn't mean you can't point a counterspell at it (don't confuse it with "protection from counterspells," which doesn't actually exist). It means that if something says to counter that spell, nothing happens. Same as Indestructible,

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Havengul Lich doesn’t let you cast creatures when you normally couldn’t.

Dark Ascension added two new cards that allow you to do some odd things having to do with casting spells. One allows you to cast creatures from an unusual zone, and one lets you cast a spell at an unusual time. The first one is , which has an activated ability that lets you cast a target creature card from any graveyard this turn by paying its mana cost (plus some other nifty effects if the creature had any activated abilities). This follows the normal timing restrictions of casting a creature

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