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May 19, 2019 posted by

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Maze of Ith is an Uncommon in The Dark , and a Rare in Masters Edition IV And by the way, the price tag might have more to do with the fact that it’s an old, not-common, and pretty good card. Sun Titan is an attacking creature so it is a valid target. The comments and Wiki article on The Dark sheds some light on the matter:. So to “untap target attacking creature”, you would have to have a tapped creature to target. Hence, you’d get it in a common “slot” within your pack along with 3 uncommons and a rare, or whatever it was in those days just not very often compared to other commons. And by the way, the price tag might have more to do with the fact that it’s an old, not-common, and pretty good card.

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Sun Titan is an attacking creature so it is a valid target. Sign up using Facebook. Any part of mazee instruction that’s impossible to perform is ignored. Hopefully they have made their print runs a bit less haphazard since those wild and woolly days!

  KHATAM EMIWAY WALLPAPER

Level 2 Judge Legacy: It seems potentially that sun Titan is not even a valid target for the Maze of ith. Good luck proving that theorem. Is Maze of Ith actually a common card? And we will play with that.

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Rollback Post to Revision RollBack. Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Quote from Ninja Caterpie. So if it tries to untap an already untapped card, it will still make the creature neither deal nor receive damage.

Maze of Ith’s targeting requirement is just an attacking creature.

I agree it’s a good, older card btw, it’s the classification as a common that’s befuddling. The checklist that states it is a C1 common came from wizards.

Hence, you’d get it in a common “slot” within your pack along with 3 uncommons and a rare, or whatever it was in those days just not very often compared to other commons. Also the common card Gaea’s Touch comes in two versions, one has the mana symbols in the upper right corner of the card shifted more to the right than usual.

The comments and Wiki article on The Dark sheds some og on the matter: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. What checklist states that? Is this creature a target for maze of ith. However, that is really quite tangential. If it targets an untapped attacking creature, all that happens is msze the untap mmaze of the ability is skipped.

  JOHN ABRAHIM DOSTANA WALLPAPER

It is not even a valid target?

Is this not similar to having a creature with shroud in play? Nowhere does it say the creature has to be tapped. Can maze of ith negate the damage?

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The difference is that Maze of Ith says target attacking creature NOT target tapped attacking creature. And by the way, the price tag might have more to do with the fact that it’s an old, not-common, and pretty good card. We were debating this- and this is what we came to as well- the game state focused on the ‘target attacking creature’ and the ‘untap’ command is irrelevant. For collector’s purposes this means that one Gaea’s Touch is a C1 shifted mana symbols and the other one C2 normal.

As we are talking though Last edited by parinoid: Rarity breakdown The Dark cards come in two rarities, common and uncommon. The physics of untapping something that is not even tapped is an absoulte impossibility.