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Bronze Calendar 4
(un-official text)
Artifact
Spells you play cost {1} less to play as long as you speak in a voice other than your normal voice.

When you speak in your normal voice, sacrifice Bronze Calendar.

Bronze Calendar 4
(printed text)
Border Color Silver
No. creatures in art 0
Artifact Unglued Uncommon
Your spells cost {1} less to play as long as you speak in a voice other than your normal voice.

If you speak in your normal voice, sacrifice Bronze Calendar.

Every page holds a month, every date a numeral.
Lines of Text 7
Illus. Melissa A. Benson
Collector Number 71/94
Secret Word Pet,
Gatherer entry
MagicCards.Info entry

Strategy and Combos

Bronze Calendar has almost exactly the same use as Stone Calendar and is usually strictly better if you have good control over your voice. Not only does it cost one less to play, but it also has a built-in self-destruct feature that can come in handy.

Bronze Calendar stops being quite as useful if you also play with Goblin Mime. Keeping your Goblin Mime means keeping your Bronze Calendar, but it may also mean not getting the Bronze Calendar's cost reduction effect.

Frequently Asked Questions

Also see Voice matters.

What happens if I have two of these in play?

The same thing that happens when you have one of them, except that you get twice the bonus. Your "normal voice" for one Bronze Calendar doesn't change just because you have another one in play.[1]

Do I have to speak while I play spells in order to get the cost reduction effect?

What happens if I say something and nobody can figure out whether it was in my normal voice or not?

If none of the other players can tell, then your opinion is the only one that counts. If you still don't have an opinion, just pretend like it never happened.

What happens if there's a disagreement over whether or not it was my normal voice?

References

  1. Mark, Mark (September 9, 1998). "Unglued QAS". http://www.vic.com/~dbd/NFd/faqs/Unglued.QAS.

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