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i use this to troll my opponents.
Posted By: thelasttroll (2/3/2011 7:06:05 AM)


...This isn't actually legal in Legacy, is it?

Posted By: ThePieManOfDeath (10/17/2012 5:43:43 PM)


In short, this card reads: "each player loses a good chunk of life", which is obviously better than damage since it can't be prevented. It also puts players in a lose/lose situation. If they bid too much they have about lost anyway, and if they don't, then they lose even more.

Edit: CpmCrunch, nah, it doesn't break MTGO. The game client simply asks people to pick a number. At least last time I played goblin game on MTGO it worked that well just fine.
Posted By: majinara (4/27/2014 1:43:32 AM)


What ?
Posted By: True_Smog (11/11/2009 3:41:33 AM)


That's it. I'm building a legacy storm deck that gets to 9 mana, then hide objects equal to my life minus one, and follow up with grapeshot. If I ever win with this, someone will be ***ed off.
Posted By: Lueseto (5/26/2013 8:39:24 PM)


They fixed the errata because of the rules.
109.1. An object is an ability on the stack, a card, a copy of a card, a token, a spell, a permanent, or an
Posted By: Sjalistra (11/24/2013 7:56:01 AM)


@ Salient
The fact that you own 245 copies of Cheatyface has convinced me that you are, in fact, a god.
Posted By: the_sixth_degree (6/29/2012 5:30:27 PM)


Combo with Tainted Sigil? Especially if you already have more life than opponent.

Say I'm at 11, and you're at 10. I pick.......10. Oh, you picked 1? Well you drop to 9, then halve to 4. I drop to 1. Then I used Tainted Sigil. I go to 17.

Makes a really fun card, ridiculously deadly, and not too risky, either. Shame the colors are awkward, though...
Posted By: MrBarrelRoll (3/2/2011 1:32:12 PM)


I held up a handful of sand, does it count each grain of sand?
Posted By: murdershot21 (8/11/2010 5:12:55 PM)


Someone I was playing back in the day didn't read this card all the way through, and hid all the cards in his library, counting each individual card as an object. I hid a pencil. I lost 7 life, they lost 40something. Good times.

Red needs more gambling cards like this, although maybe not so exorbitantly expensive.
Posted By: allmighty_abacus (9/21/2010 8:07:05 AM)


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