Some countries will always disappear. Others will always appear, like in the card name, even if you didn't use their language at any point in the translation process.

Art by: IzzyMedrano.com

If you messed up bad enough that you're being ordered to pay red mana to the surviving spouse--or indeed, that there is a "surviving spouse"--I don't think saying Sorry About That is going to cut it.

Art by: moellerillustrations.com

Onumbrica Cards 

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Another possibility is more of a waste not style, where the different modes care about what's on the board.

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Alternate formulations for Tarjuk's smoketelling, modal model for a spell that isn't choose one, but rather situational.

First up, this one cares about what phase of whose turn it is.

Finally, an ability that will let you check whether or not you actually have any cards. The game has needed this for so long.

Art by: artstation.com/yoz

Sounds like there's a consensus about how Dack did in War of the Spark, then.

Art by: ericdeschamps.com

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Finally put part 1 of How to Play a Planeswalker in D&D up on my blog. Part 2 is gonna need some work now that we're nerfing auras and equipment.

CW, Gross Bug 

While this might not be directly contradicting the teachings of The Little Mermaid, I feel like it goes against the spirit. But maybe it looks different once you open the card?

Art by: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Spen

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