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    Oh you're right, I misunderstood a different...

    Oh you're right, I misunderstood a different example. Thanks :)
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    Yup, but then it doesn't follow this order: ...

    Yup, but then it doesn't follow this order:



    If this order held, then the last Sympathy Pain would resolve to wound tokens first. However, it seems like the ruling is the Active Player decides...
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    Seems a bit convoluted, especially in light of...

    Seems a bit convoluted, especially in light of the double Sympathy Pain endgame example (if the Active Player plays the first Sympathy Pain, why doesn't the Inactive Player's second Sympathy Pain...
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    I can see there's some way to word the rules to...

    I can see there's some way to word the rules to get this result, but it feels kind of weird to me. I think it's weird to allow effects that trigger on damage to delay adding wound tokens, but not...
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    Thanks for the response! I thought damage is a...

    Thanks for the response! I thought damage is a triggered effect from example 5 below, but maybe not. For some reason I can't wrap my head around why damage resolving to wounds is different from being...
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    More questions on triggered effects

    I had another question on how triggered effects work in this game. :) I'm sure the FAQ will clear all of this up, but in the meantime, here's what I gather from the clarifications so far:


    The...
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    Right, that way of thinking about it works too....

    Right, that way of thinking about it works too. Just saying having all clauses resolve together is not without precedence :).
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    I'm pretty sure Magic the Gathering has all...

    I'm pretty sure Magic the Gathering has all clauses resolving together. For example, consider a spell which says "You heal 4 damage. Deal 2 damage to target creature." The entire spell gets countered...
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