Far - Away - Dragon's Maze Spoiler

Far // Away

Return to creature to owner’s hand


Target player sacrifices a creature

  • Clint

    How would this resolve fused would the unsummon or sac happen first?

    • renfield286

      you get to choose. you are effectively casting two spells, it’s not like entwint

      • http://www.facebook.com/martinlkaca Martin Kaca

        I believe I was told that the card resolves left to right. So bounce would happen first then the sac.

      • Hand of the Praetors

        the mechanics article released by wizards on Monday says, left half resolves first then right half.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000058786450 Fbn Dnl Schlr

        Wrong. Left one resolves ALWAYS first.

  • Clint

    Which side will resolve first if fused

    • Ardanaz

      The left one will always resolve first

      • RokushoTheBlackCat

        Are you sure about that? Both sides are cast at the same time, so shouldn’t it be resolved in the same manner an owner of multiple effects resolves their effects during a particular phase, which is in the order they choose?

        • Kalitas

          Yes, the left one always resolves first

  • Xero

    Man, I am loving these new split cards. Very nice job with them.

  • Anonymous

    this fuse effect is useless fuse allows players to play both halves of a split card at the same time as ONE SPELL by paying both costs. this mean that one single counter spell is sufficient to counter both cards?! now if thats the case i would rather play the cards disregarding the fuse and use it individually.

    • Ellert

      Because gaining the utility of two spells in one is useless? And because you can’t play one half without the other if you’re against a blue player? Don’t be stupid.

    • Silver Pumpido

      you’re ate 6 life, your opponent has an aurelia and an arbour elf. I dare you to tell me that you wouldnt like to fuse this thing to bounce the elf and let horrible things happen to aurelia??! I DARE YOU!

    • http://www.facebook.com/richardshort2001 Richard Short

      Yes, having options is useless.