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Island Sanctuary's replacement effect is available if you draw a card during an opponents draw step #58

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brainlesss96 opened this issue Jun 8, 2017 · 0 comments
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Advantageous Bugged card is better than printed card Help Wanted This label causes PDBot to prompt player in-game for updated information Needs Forum Post Needs Screenshot

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brainlesss96 commented Jun 8, 2017

This happened in a regular commander game I controlled an Island Sanctuary and drew a card during an opponents draw step and MTGO prompted me to select replacement effects. I choose not to skip the draw but I probably should have tried for science.
Affects: [Island Sanctuary]

@vorpal-buildbot vorpal-buildbot added the Unclassified Bug needs confirmation and classification. label Jun 8, 2017
@silasary silasary added Advantageous Bugged card is better than printed card and removed Unclassified Bug needs confirmation and classification. labels Jun 9, 2017
@silasary silasary added the Help Wanted This label causes PDBot to prompt player in-game for updated information label May 6, 2018
@vorpal-buildbot vorpal-buildbot changed the title [Island Sanctuary]'s replacement effect is available if you draw a card during an opponents draw step Island Sanctuary's replacement effect is available if you draw a card during an opponents draw step May 6, 2018
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