Is perplexing Chimera good?

Is perplexing Chimera good?

In casual play, this card offers great opportunities for politics, and hilarious situations if someone forgets it’s out there (not hard to do after a few brews). All in all I’d say this is one of my favorite cards for this format, and encourage casual players to give it a shot.

Does perplexing Chimera target?

You may change any of the spell’s targets. If you change a target, you must choose a legal target for the spell. If you can’t, you must leave the target the same (even if that target is now illegal).

Can you counter perplexing chimera?

In these cases, you can exchange control of Perplexing Chimera and the spell that causes the ability to trigger, even if you control neither of them. If you do, you’ll be able to change targets of the spell, not the spell’s new controller.

Can you counter Krosan grip?

For instance, Krosan Grip has split second, but with a successful Counterbalance flip, can be countered. Split second doesn’t itself make the spell uncounterable, it just prevents the majority of ways the spell would be countered from happening (casting a counterspell, etc.)

Can sudden spoiling be countered?

Ex. You cast Damnation, holding priority you cast Sudden Spoiling (Split Second). This would leave no one able to respond except through triggered abilities and special actions IF they have any.

Can you counterspell split second?

Split second does not prevent the spell from being countered by triggered abilities. One such example is Voidmage Apprentice. Decree of Silence can also counter cards with split second.

How does sudden spoiling work?

Sudden Spoiling overwrites any effects that set a creature’s power and toughness. Sudden Spoiling affects only creatures the target player controls at the time it resolves. Creatures they begin to control later in the turn won’t change power and toughness or lose abilities.

Does perplexing Chimera change the Spell Zone?

Neither Perplexing Chimera nor the spell changes zones. Only control of them is exchanged. After the ability resolves, you control the spell. Any instance of “you” in that spell’s text now refers to you, “an opponent” refers to one of your opponents, and so on.

How do you exchange control of perplexing Chimera?

Whenever an opponent casts a spell, you may exchange control of Perplexing Chimera and that spell. If you do, you may choose new targets for the spell. (If the spell becomes a permanent, you control that permanent.)

What happens if perplexing Chimera leaves the battlefield?

If Perplexing Chimera leaves the battlefield or the spell leaves the stack before the triggered ability resolves, you can’t make the exchange. Neither Perplexing Chimera nor the spell changes zones. Only control of them is exchanged.

Why can’t I download the chimeraland app?

A: ChimeraLand has fairly high system requirements. If your device specifications are lower than the recommended specifications, you may not be able to download the app, your device may crash, or there may be serious lag while playing. Q: Will data from this test be transferrable to the official release server?