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Anathar

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Getting rid of the Sleep effect
« on: November 26, 2012, 05:45:37 PM »
I have looked in the rules and cannot find an answer. Is it legal to attack your own creature that has been put to sleep? It states that an attack on a sleeping creature awakens it and Dazes it. If you are out of spells and have no other way of getting rid of sleep, is this a valid, and legal tactic. (And no, my opponent  will not attack my creature)

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Re: Getting rid of the Sleep effect
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2012, 07:03:26 PM »
Quote from: "Anathar" post=4776
I have looked in the rules and cannot find an answer. Is it legal to attack your own creature that has been put to sleep? It states that an attack on a sleeping creature awakens it and Dazes it. If you are out of spells and have no other way of getting rid of sleep, is this a valid, and legal tactic. (And no, my opponent  will not attack my creature)


This was covered in several other threads. Try these

http://magewars.com/jsite/forum/general-questions/2683-attacking-your-own-creatures#2743

http://magewars.com/jsite/forum/4-rules-discussion/1391-condition-removals#1395

http://magewars.com/jsite/forum/4-rules-discussion/1371-attacking-friendly-creatures#1371

I hope these help :blink:
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