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awarded  Good Question
Apr
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comment What does term “nerf” mean? in Hearthstone
I don't get the point for the downvotes, here. It seems a valid question, to me.
Jan
15
comment What can I expect to get out of a 5 pack?
@RalZarek: Hi, I don't want to sound harsh and, more than that, I know that you just reported someone else's statistics. But I really don't get them: what does "Common = 70%" mean? In each pack, you find a common for sure, so probability should be 100%. Same thing for rare ones. Am I misunderstanding something? Thanks!
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
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comment Counterspell and Spellbender together: which one is triggered first?
Eh eh, I got it! :-D Thank you again!
Jul
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comment Counterspell and Spellbender together: which one is triggered first?
Thank you Boluc, I think you're right. ChaseC's answer seems confirming your thought.
Jul
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comment Counterspell and Spellbender together: which one is triggered first?
Thank you ChaseC, I didn't think about the possibility of triggering both.
Jul
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accepted Counterspell and Spellbender together: which one is triggered first?
Jul
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awarded  Editor
Jul
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revised Counterspell and Spellbender together: which one is triggered first?
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Jul
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asked Counterspell and Spellbender together: which one is triggered first?
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
19
comment Do “at the start of your turn” abilities work due to a swap with Alarm-o-Bot?
Thank you so much for your response, Waterseas, and +1 indeed. That's what I supposed, but you confirmed it greatly.
May
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accepted Do “at the start of your turn” abilities work due to a swap with Alarm-o-Bot?
May
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asked Do “at the start of your turn” abilities work due to a swap with Alarm-o-Bot?
May
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comment What's the joke behind “Fiscally responsible mime”?
@Bobson: Maybe they intend "mime" more as a virtual "substitute", "doppelganger", "look-alike". If your mime, in this acceptation, makes a legal "mess" in your shoes, you remain the responsible one for the society (even because your mime is not intended to be "physical"). At least, that's my interpretation. Again, I don't think this can make you LOL, anyway. :-)
May
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answered What's the joke behind “Fiscally responsible mime”?
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