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  1. Hi, nice to see you, Jeremy! I had learned a lot from your deck that you used to win WHI Championship. Now i think ANR is a great game. Thanks
  2. A freshman wants to learn from the classic decks. Thanks for the help from you!
  3. Surely you can. Playing a development from your hand is a action that can not just be played in response to anything. However, you can respond to the action, playing a development from your hand. What is more, some actions, that contain the trigger condition “Whenever you play a development from your hand”, must be played in response to playing a development from your hand.
  4. "During the battlefield phase, a legend may use its battlefield power to attack as though it were a unit located in the battlefield zone." “as though it were a unit” means it is not a unit in fact, and also can not count as a unit. However, you can just understand the effect of a legend in combat that is similar with a unit. And also, "Legends are their own card type and are not affected by card effects that target unit, support, or tactic cards." Legends can surely be affected by card effects, such as Promenade of Malice. It is just not affected by card effects that target unit, support, or tactic cards.
  5. herzogar said: I would disagree. The triggered action of Spellsinger has to be put on the chain at the first available opportunity (as with all triggered actions), but this can never be done until the event that triggered the action has resolved completely. When you play Dance to Loec, it has not become nor is it considered to be a development just played from your hand until the action in question has been resolved. Unless something has caused the resolution of Dance to Loec to fail, it will be considered to have entered play as a devlopment from your hand, therefore triggering the Spellsingers or any other cards action the have the wording "When you play a development from your hand…". If you want to trigger the action of Spellsinger correctly, you should play a development from your hand, and then trigger the action of Spellsinger in response. The chain resolves in reverse order. Resolve the action of Spellsinger and then the development enters play. Playing a development from your hand is a action that can be in response to, so it is the first available opportunity to trigger the action that contains "When you play a development from your hand". It is nothing to do with development entering play. “enter play as a devlopment from your hand” is not the right trigger condition of Spellsinger, and is quite different from "play a development from your hand"
  6. I don't think so. Let me take Spellsinger for example. Spellsinger( Action: When you play a development from your hand, target development becomes a unit with P and 2 hit points until the end of the turn. It still counts as a development.) It is just a tactic when I play Dance to Loec, so I can't trigger the action on Spellsinger in response. When it is resolved, Dance to Loec becomes a development, but it has missed the right opportunity ,that is "When you play a development from your hand", to trigger the action on Spellsinger. Playing a development is different from development entering play. The trigger condition we discuss is "When you play a development from your hand". It is nothing to do with development entering play.
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