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Player answers truthfully hey . . .
This + a Paradox Haze
You: "will you answer the next question no"

Oppenent: "No"

You: "will you give me $50 now"

Oppenent: Face Palm
Posted By: Ace8792 (1/6/2011 2:35:33 PM)
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I'm sure that somewhere out there, someone used this card to pop the question.
Posted By: Totema (4/5/2012 12:42:44 AM)
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besides funny evil game winning strategy's there are some more basic uses as well like "are you going to attack next turn?" or "do you have any cards in your hand that can counter a spell I cast?" or "will you counter the next spell I cast?"

Note that the first question wouldn't work. This says that your opponent "abides by that answer if able until end of turn". So there's no penalty for changing their mind after your turn ends.

Paradox Haze yourself. Then ask the following question:
"Will your answer to the second question be "Yes" ?"

Depending on the answer, you then follow up with "Do you concede?" or "Will you continue the game?".

I don't think this works either. They can answer "no" to the following question without conceding: after they answer, they CAN'T continue, because you have priority! Alternately, they can say "yes, I will concede", without saying WHEN. The second question simply has to be phrased "Do you not concede?"
Posted By: cybishop (8/13/2010 8:45:38 AM)
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The problem with the "Do you concede" questions is that no effect in Magic can force a player to concede. Thus, even if they say "yes" to answering the next question with a "Yes", they can say no to the concede question (because the "abides by the answer if able" clause is null, since they're unable to be forced to concede).

That said, this is still a great card, and creates awesome interactions between players when the effect happens. The battle of wits between the two players of which question to ask and how to slide around their answers is very flavorful.

I find the best uses involve getting hidden information ("Do you have any spells that can counter my spells in your hand?") or forcing actions ("Will you block my creatures?" or "Will you counter my next spell?") that affect the game state.
Posted By: _Rhidian_ (8/22/2011 12:14:32 PM)
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"Is the answer to this question no?"
Posted By: cytokin_x (10/4/2011 3:17:23 PM)
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If only there was a way to make him in an un-un-set, er, I mean a normal set.
Posted By: wolfbear2 (11/16/2009 4:53:41 PM)
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best multiplayer card ever!
Posted By: metalevolence (11/8/2009 5:49:03 PM)
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i can already think of so many ways to win with this card
Posted By: TOF1000 (3/19/2010 6:37:59 PM)
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I think that it i against the rules to force your opponent to concede with any means. But the "Will your answer to the second question be "Yes" ?" question with Paradox Haze is still a wicked one since you can pretty much control your opponents actions that turn.
Posted By: Oneiromantis (12/15/2010 6:26:09 PM)
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problem with the franky peanuts combo if that if you say, ask for 50$ your opponent can just scoop... and no combo can stop a player from quitting
Posted By: Yoktes (4/30/2011 3:08:34 PM)
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