What happens if I give my opponent Last Chance with my Bazaar Trader?

Asked by Rikon227 3 years ago

Let's say I play Bazaar Trader and then Last Chance . I take my second turn, and before the end step, I tap Bazaar Trader and give Last Chance to my opponent.

Would my opponent have an extra turn then lose the game? Would I lose at the end of that turn anyways?

Thanks

BlueScope says... Accepted answer #1

You have a few concepts of the game wrong here.

First, Last chance is a sorcery. You cast it, and after it resolves, it will be put into your graveyard - it will never end up on the battlefield, so that you could target it with the Trader's ability. The Trader can only change ownership of Artifacts, Creatures, or Lands too, so this wouldn't work from any angle.

Second, Last Chance creates a delayed triggered ability that is independant from it's source. What happens to the card Last Chance doesn't affect that once it resolves, you get your extra turn and lose the game at the end of it.

February 26, 2016 5:54 p.m.

jimmynitos says... #2

You can't give Last Chance to your opponent. Bazaar Trader ability says specifically "artifact, creature or land you control", since Last Chance is a sorcery, it's not a legal target.

February 26, 2016 5:56 p.m.

DJSeras says... #3

The way to achieve what you are thinking of would be to have a card like Hivemind out on the battlefield, then cast Last Chance, and then to use a counterspell such as Cancel on your own copy of Last Chance. Doing those things would do what you are thinking of.

February 26, 2016 6:08 p.m.

Rikon227 says... #4

Yea. I realized about 3 seconds after posting this that Bazaar Trader didn't work on sorceries, but there was no way to edit or delete the post.

DJSeras, that is kind of what I was going for. Essentially giving my opponent a card that makes them lose the game. Could also possibly work with Immortal Coil if you could maybe combine it with Rest in Peace or something. Maybe even Rocket-Powered Turbo Slug. Haha.

Also Abyssal Persecutor to a lesser extent.

February 26, 2016 7:25 p.m.

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