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I dont understand why there are plains, but we’re planeswalkers.
Why are we walking on air crafts?
Is it a dimensional thing?
A plane is a common term sometimes used interchangeably with “dimension” or “universe”, so Planeswalkers are inter-dimensional travelers.
Anonymous asked: How does an overloaded Counterflux really work? follow-up question if my opponent casts a Elvish Visionary then draws a card, then casts another spell but now I respond with an overloaded counterflux what happens then?
It counters each spell you don’t control that’s currently on the stack.
Spells that have already resolved are unaffected. Counterflux can’t rewind time, and it’s too late to do anything about them.
Counterflux’s overload should probably read: wipe the smile off that storm player’s face.
It’s obviously useful outside of scenarios where your opponent is storming, but that’s probably its biggest contribution.
Ok, I was really just deck checking and stuff, because I was otherwise entirely useless, but:
"What does Kaijudo mean?"
"I heard that kai means monster in Japanese, so it’s like monster judo"
Time to lay down some knowledge:
Judo = the way of suppleness
If kai meant monster, this would be something like “the supple way of monsters” or “the way of supple monsters” or something equally ridiculous.
Kaiju means monster. So Kaijudo means, literally, “the way of monsters”. It’s like its own martial art, but with monsters instead of feet and hands and stuff.
Still, I like the mental image of summoning monsters to battle with each other via judo.