• TogetherAlone

    What happens when you have multiple of these?? I know its unlikely but could still happen.

    • Chaospyke

      Lets say you draft two of them.
      the first one you feed it a human soldier
      the second you feed a human warrior

      If you get both on the field, they would give each other +1/+1
      Other humans you control would get +2/+2
      Warriors and soldiers would +1/+1
      Human soldiers and human warriors would get only +2/+2

      • Hedronal

        No, see Mr.Mayhem631’s post above. The way you said wouldn’t work because inside a game you can’t tell one copy of a card from another.

        • Evan Dischinger

          Well you can, but it has the clause cards noted for cards named Paliano Vanguard

          • Hedronal

            To clarify, one copy of a card in your deck from another. Cards in public zones can be told apart. My point was that with both of those Vanguards in Chaospyke’s example in your deck, there’s no way to tell which one you just drew short of a coin flip or just choosing.

    • Mr.Mayhem631

      To put it simpler than I feel they did, each one would buff all types fed to those cards.
      If, as below, you give one a Human Soldier and a Human Warrior, each would give +1/+1 to any creature which is a human, soldier, warrior, or any combination of the three.

  • Hedronal

    We are going to need so many slips of paper for this set.