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|Focus On - Rhystic Study
Read the following excerpts from the Comprehensive Rules first and then try the questions (note how we are sneakily trying to get you to learn to read the Comprehensive Rules).
[404.1] A Triggered ability begins with the word "when," "whenever," or "at." The phrase containing one of these words is the trigger condition, which defines the trigger event.
[404.2 Triggered abilities aren't played. Instead, they automatically "trigger" each time their trigger event occurs. Once an ability has triggered, it goes on the stack the next time a player receives priority.
Some cards use the phrase "[Do something] unless you [do something else]." This means the same thing as "You may [do something else]. If you don't, [do something.]"
Example Situation: Jason controls a Rhystic Study. It's Samantha's turn and she plays a Waterfront Bouncer. (Assume REL 2 - that is, Rules Enforcement Level 2)
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