Desde que o dano não seja aparente durante o jogo normal (i.e., não configure carta marcada), o card é utilizável.
|Postado em: 15/01/16 23:41
O mesmo vale para foils: se elas estiverem tão tortas que possam ser distinguidas das demais cartas do deck pelo olhar ou pelo tato, poderão ser tidas como cartas marcadas. De todo modo, havendo incerteza, vale perguntar antes para um juiz.
A regra é essa:
[...] Authorized Game Cards are cards that, unaltered, meet the following conditions:
The card is not damaged or modified in a way that might make it marked.
3.11 Marked Cards
Players are responsible for ensuring that their cards and/or card sleeves are not marked during the course of the
tournament. A card or sleeve is considered marked if it bears something that makes it possible to identify the card
without seeing its face, including scratches, discoloration, and bends.
If a player’s cards are sleeved, the cards must be examined while in the sleeves to determine if they are marked.
Players should use care when sleeving their decks and should randomize their decks prior to sleeving them to
reduce the possibility of cards becoming marked with a pattern. Players should also keep in mind that cards or
sleeves may become worn and potentially marked through play during the course of a tournament.
The Head Judge has the authority to determine if a card in a player’s deck is marked. Judges may request that a
player remove his or her current sleeves or replace any of the deck’s current sleeves immediately, or before the
If a player is required to replace a card in his or her deck and is unable to find a replacement, the player may
replace the card with a basic land card of his or her choice. Once the player does this, he or she may not revert
back to the original configuration, even if the player finds an acceptable replacement. This also applies to cards
that are lost.