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If you activate Evershrike's ability multiple times before having it get reanimated, each trigger will let you attach an aura. #553

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BackAlleyG opened this Issue Jul 16, 2018 · 1 comment

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BackAlleyG commented Jul 16, 2018

What is the expected behavior of the card?

  • The first trigger to resolve gets back Evershrike and lets you attach an aura. Any triggers beyond that should fizzle because they lose track of Evershrike, which changed zones and is no longer in the graveyard

What is the actual behavior of the card?

  • The further triggers beyond the first to resolve allow you to attach a more auras to Evershrike. They are still associated with Evershrike and will also exile Evershrike if you don't have enough auras for all the triggers

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Affects: [Evershrike]

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@BackAlleyG BackAlleyG added this to Needs Testing in Verification via automation Jul 16, 2018

@BackAlleyG BackAlleyG moved this from Needs Testing to 3.4.104.2027 in Verification Jul 16, 2018

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Serazahr commented Jul 16, 2018

It never occurred to me to abuse Evershrike... I hope it doesn't get banned. All of my decks use Evershrike! Also, if an opponent targets Evershrike in the graveyard with Scarab Feast, after you activate it, and you then activate it again, it doesn't trigger twice. I have nobody to reproduce this with at the moment, put I have done that a lot recently. (Doing that in solitaire doesn't work though, I think the attempted exiling needs to be done by an opponent.)

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