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Had some issues with a ruling on this card, people kept saying the wording "another target nonland permanent" means even if you make its target illegal- you simply re-target rather than have the ability be countered, and just sit there doing nothing.

I'm pretty sure "another target" is referring to anything but itself (another as in not it otherwise that would cause a loop resulting in a draw).
Posted By: Sage25 (7/31/2010 5:37:43 PM)


Very flexable cost too. One of the most versitile cards in the game. 5/5
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (7/7/2010 2:05:01 PM)


You are correct, Sage25. If its target was made illegal, the Oblivion Ring will enter the battlefield, its ability will be countered, and its controller will be left with a nearly-useless enchantment.
Posted By: Guest513736147 (8/13/2010 9:53:09 AM)


flex-i-ble, yes.
Posted By: NeverendingDream (9/4/2010 10:38:06 PM)


You could play one Oblivion Ring targeting or not targeting anything, then play another targeting the first, and a third targeting the second. You would get a loop that might be useful if you have anything that cares about enchantments coming into play. To end it, just throw in an Auratog.
Posted By: Luke_BPC (9/11/2010 9:11:25 PM)


When a card enters the battlefield is is treated as a brand new object, so a planeswalker coming back would be reset back to its default loyalty counters.
Posted By: murdershot21 (11/19/2010 9:21:06 PM)


with subbing out of this and path blue-white control will take a hit will at least mine will
Posted By: qaq456 (12/5/2010 10:34:49 PM)


I wish you were still in Standard, Oblivion Ring. Journey to Nowhere is good and all, but it doesn't help against those blasted Wallet Sculptors.
Posted By: Keiya (2/5/2011 8:04:13 AM)


This card is.. silly. Id argue that in most matchups its better than vindicate, feel free to deny that.
Posted By: TheSwarm (3/28/2011 1:57:22 PM)


If this card exiles another card that has counters on it, does that card come back reset, or do the counters it left with remain with the card?
Posted By: Tuvyen (10/25/2010 3:38:04 PM)