|By Squeeman (Squeeman) on Wednesday, January 02, 2008 - 09:25 pm:|
No one has to tell me how retardedly late this question is. But in my defense, I wasn't really paying attention back during Scourge or Mirrodin when the keyword was actually relevant.
When you play a spell with storm, does each copy count as a "new spell" for the next time you play a storm spell?
For instance, suppose you cast, oh, Lightning Bolt. Then you cast Grapeshot. Grapeshot is then copied once, so you have two Grapeshots on the stack.
Then you play Grapeshot again. Do you get one Grapeshot + two copies? Or three?
|By Lord Priest (Xdritex) on Thursday, January 03, 2008 - 06:03 am:|
I believe that it only counts played spells,, and thus copies are not added the count. I think that the storm copies are simply placed on the stack, and thus not played.
I could be entirely wrong though. It's been some time since having to even care about storm for me.
|By MORT (Ashtok) on Thursday, January 03, 2008 - 08:07 am:|
Copies generated by Storm are directly "put" on the stack, so they don't count as played and don't affect Storm count. (Unlike the Isochron Scepter copies which are "played".)