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Ogre Geargrabber | Magic: The Gathering

 

Formats Ogre Geargrabber is Legal in

Block
Standard
Modern
Legacy
Vintage
Commander
 
 

Sets Ogre Geargrabber is in

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0.15
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Foil Ogre Geargrabber

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Official Oracle Text for Ogre Geargrabber

Card Name:
Ogre Geargrabber
Casting Cost:
Type:
Creature — Ogre Warrior

Card Text:
Whenever Ogre Geargrabber attacks, gain control of target Equipment an opponent controls until end of turn. Attach it to Ogre Geargrabber. When you lose control of that Equipment, unattach it.

Flavor Text:
Long reach, short attention span.

Official Rulings for Ogre Geargrabber

1/1/2011 : If the targeted Equipment can't be attached to Ogre Geargrabber for some reason, you'll still gain control of it until end of turn.

1/1/2011 : Any ability of the targeted Equipment that triggers "whenever equipped creature attacks" won't trigger. That's because Ogre Geargrabber is already attacking at the time that Equipment becomes attached to it.

1/1/2011 : The delayed triggered ability ("When you lose control of that Equipment, unattach it") triggers the next time you lose control of the Equipment for any reason, not just when Ogre Geargrabber's control-changing effect ends. The Equipment will become unattached from whatever creature it happens to be attached to at that time. It doesn't matter if Ogre Geargrabber is still on the battlefield at this time.

1/1/2011 : Ogre Geargrabber's control-changing effect ends during the cleanup step, at the same time that damage marked on permanents is removed. If you still controlled the Equipment at that time, this causes the delayed triggered ability to trigger. It goes on the stack and players can respond (which normally doesn't happen during the cleanup step), then, once that cleanup step ends, another one begins.

 
 

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