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If you target an [Icefall Regent] with a fused split card, you must pay {2} for each side of the split card, for a total of {4} #208

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PsyMar opened this Issue Oct 28, 2017 · 0 comments

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PsyMar commented Oct 28, 2017

Icefall regent causes spells that are targetting it to cost {2} more. My opponent had two in play. I targetted one twice with [Turn // Burn] and had to pay 9 mana instead of 7, either because:

  1. there were two icefall regents and they reinforced
  2. it was a fused spell and MTGO counted the parts separately
  3. it targetted the one icefall regent twice
    Any of these possibilities is an incorrect handling by MTGO. I don't know if this is advantageous on icefall regent (case 1), or disadvantageous on fuse cards (case 2), or somewhere in between (case 3), but it needs fixing!

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Note that there is no mana in my mana pool here and I have only played Turn // Burn this turn.

Affects: [Icefall Regent]

@bakert bakert changed the title from Two [Icefall Regent]s cause [Turn // Burn] to cost {4} more, not {2} more to Two [Icefall Regent]s cause [Turn] // [Burn] to cost {4} more, not {2} more Oct 30, 2017

@silasary silasary changed the title from Two [Icefall Regent]s cause [Turn] // [Burn] to cost {4} more, not {2} more to If you target an [Icefall Regent] with a fused split card, you must pay {2} for each side of the split card, for a total of {4} Oct 31, 2017

@silasary silasary added Advantageous and removed Unclassified labels Dec 13, 2017

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