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If control of Grave Betrayal or Shirei, Shizo's Caretaker changes between a creature dying and the delayed EOT trigger going on the stack, the new controller gets the creature rather than the player who created the delayed trigger. #324

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BackAlleyG opened this Issue Mar 11, 2018 · 1 comment

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BackAlleyG commented Mar 11, 2018

What is the expected behavior of the card?

  • Whenever a creature would die and trigger either card, the controller of the indicated card will control the delayed trigger no matter who ends up controlling the indicated card at end of turn.

I verified this with the online mtgo judge chat. The key rule is:

603.7e If an activated or triggered ability creates a delayed triggered ability, the source of that delayed triggered ability is the same as the source of that other ability. The controller of that delayed triggered ability is the player who controlled that other ability as it resolved.

What is the actual behavior of the card?

  • If control of either changes between a creature dying and the delayed EOT trigger going on the stack, the new controller gets the creature rather than the player who created the delayed trigger.

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A board wipe is cast.
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Narnra incorrectly controls the triggers
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and gets the hypersonic dragon that I (the original controller at the time) should have gotten
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Please provide a list of affected cards
Affects: [Grave Betrayal], [Shirei, Shizo's Caretaker]

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@silasary silasary changed the title [Grave Betrayal]'s delayed triggers are given control of to an opponent that gains control of it after the initial death triggers If control of Grave Betrayal changes between a creature dying and the delayed EOT trigger going on the stack, the new controller gets the creature rather than the player who created the delayed trigger. Mar 11, 2018

@silasary silasary added this to 3.4.101.1120 in Verification Mar 11, 2018

@BackAlleyG BackAlleyG changed the title If control of Grave Betrayal changes between a creature dying and the delayed EOT trigger going on the stack, the new controller gets the creature rather than the player who created the delayed trigger. If control of Grave Betrayal or Shirei, Shizo's Caretaker changes between a creature dying and the delayed EOT trigger going on the stack, the new controller gets the creature rather than the player who created the delayed trigger. Mar 11, 2018

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BackAlleyG commented Mar 19, 2018

Likely has a similar same root issue as #283

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