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    BobLoblaw is offline Common
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    Default Equipment

    When moving a piece of equipment from one creature to another, do you pay its equip cost to simply move it, or must you pay once to unequip, then pay again to equip to the new creature?

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    Default Re: Equipment

    You must pay the cost to unequip and then the cost to equip...

    Example: Equip: 3

    To take it off one creature and move it to another? It will cost you 6.

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    No it only costs you the equip cost one time to move it to another creature.

    If the equip cost is 3 and you already have it equiped to a creature the cost to equip it to another creature is 3, there is no unequip cost.......

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    Alterloth is offline Uncommon
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    Yeah, I just looked that up....man, I should really stop listening to the people I play MTG with...

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    Ya you need to tell them to learn the basics

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    Well...they've been playing for years...I've been playing MTG for 17 years but I really thought that my group wouldn't be ignorant seeing as they've been playing MTG for about just as long...I think that people act like a donkey in general if they've been doing something for a long time...

 

 

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