You must break or cut the wall at that point. No other option
You pretty much have to open up the wall. If you had access to the ends above and below the wall I suppose you could cut the pipe and put a 3 inch pvc inside of it if there were no branches in the pipe, but that isn't likely. There just isn't any way of fixing it without opening the wall.
Yes - a spell is counted as cast, when it is 'cast' and goes on the stack. So if something triggers from a spell being cast, it will trigger right then and there, before the spell even resolves and before any counterspells can be placed on the stack.
The cast of Last Minutes with the Stack - 2011 includes: Corey Farrell Ellena Flikier James Rappell
The cast of Light Hearts and Leaking Pipes - 1920 includes: Zip Monberg Virginia Warwick
The cast of My Kingdom For... - 1985 includes: Budd Boetticher as himself Mary Chelde as herself Robert Stack as herself Rosemarie Stack as herself
The cast of Goodleburg - 2011 includes: Ryan Baroudi Kelly Coviello Christina Dietz Sarah Gittere as Sarah Jackie Orlando Maryshaun Stack Katlin Stack as Katlin Bart Stack III as Town Official
No. Only spells in the stack (cast spells that hasn't resolved yet).
The cast of Rubber Tires - 1927 includes: Clarence Burton as Mexican Erwin Connelly as Pat Stack Bessie Love as Mary Ellen Stack John Patrick as Adolph Messer May Robson as Mrs. Stack
If you are referring to your vent stack it will be on the roof, either 2" is smaller services and 4" is main line out of the house in either PVC or cast iron. If you are referring to your vent stack it will be on the roof, either 2" is smaller services and 4" is main line out of the house in either PVC or cast iron. If you are referring to your vent stack it will be on the roof, either 2" is smaller services and 4" is main line out of the house in either PVC or cast iron.
All cards, while not on the stack or the battlefield, are considered "Cards". All cards that are on the stack are considered "Spells". All cards that are on the battlefield are considered "Permanents". When you cast your enchantment card, it goes on to the stack as an enchantment spell, and will then resolve to become an enchantment permanent.
Think of Eye of the Storm as a stack. When EOTS is played, the first instant or sorcery card played goes on the bottom of the stack. That card is not affected by EOTS' ability. The next player to play an instant or sorcery spell plays all previous cards in the stack for free. Example: EOTS comes into play. I cast Rise from the Grave. Next turn, my opponent casts Lava Axe. EOTS's ability triggers, and he is able to cast Rise from the Grave for free. Lava axe is now in the stack, above my Rise from the Grave. Next turn, I cast Doom Blade. EOT's ability triggers once again, and I am able to cast Rise from the Grave, and my opponent's Lava axe from the stack. This ability goes so on and so forth, and can trigger infinitely. If there were 20 spells cast before you played a spell this turn, you may cast all 20 without paying their costs. This card is an awesome multiplayer card! Enjoy and good luck!
The cast of Our Happy Apocalypse - 2014 includes: Megan Stack as Salem
The cast of Top Speed - 1999 includes: Robert Stack as himself
If the enchantment is being cast and is currently on the stack, it is currently an enchantment spell, so can be affected or countered by anything that works against enchantment spells or spells in general. If an enchantment has been cast and has resolved to the field as a permanent, then any reusable effect it has that use the stack, are abilities of that enchantment.
The cast of wZom - 2012 includes: Marty Stack as Cillian Dani Wilkin as Beth
The cast of Juke - 2011 includes: Michele Remsen as Patrice Chris Stack as Ed
The cast of City Minutes - 2005 includes: Trish Goff Chris Stack
Creature cards are cast as spells, and come into play as creatures when they resolve. So when you cast a creature, and it is on the stack, it is now a 'Creature Spell' for the purposes of cards that trigger from, or can counter them.
This depends on the size and the location of the leak. It depends because a leak on the straight piece of the pipe will differ from a leak on the joint of the pipe. It also depends on the corrosion of the pipe and the extent as to how bad it is.
No. Because it says 'Creature', it means something on the Battlefield. If you take Yavimaya Elves as an example, then these are; - A 'Creature Spell' when on the stack, being cast. This is where you'd use Remove Soul for example. - A 'Creature' when on the Battlefield. - A 'Creature Card' while in any other zone. This stops you using things like 'Dark Banishing' on a creature spell on the stack, or 'Path to Exile' on cards in the graveyard - they can only be used on 'Creatures', ie, one that has been successfully cast and is on the Battlefield.
The cast of Almost Vegas - 1990 includes: Katherine Armstrong as Cindy Timothy Stack
Abilities are not spells, but note that creatures and all other cards (but lands) are only spells in the moment they are cast and on the stack. So if you cast a creature spell, it's not a spell after it resolves.
The cast of Reading to Your Bunny - 2006 includes: Diana Canova Leigh Corra Paul Gagne as Additional Voices Devyn Mufson as Additional Voices Joey Stack Patrick Stack as Additional Voices Rosemary Wells
In Magic the Gathering, the 'stack' is the imaginary area where spells and abilities go when they are cast/played, and are waiting to resolve. So say one player casts a Lightning Bolt, targeting one of his opponent's creatures. He pays the mana cost and the spell goes on the 'stack'. The opponent however to save his creature, responds to this by casting 'Giant Growth' on that same creature. The stack goes by 'LIFO' order - last in, first out. It means that the latest object to go on the stack, will be the first to resolve. So Giant Growth will resolve first, and then Lightning Bolt. But say if Player A had some kind of counterspell, he could place that on the stack above Giant Growth to counter it and remove it from the stack, meaning ultimately the creature will die to Lightning Bolt. Tapping permanents to generate mana (be they land or anything else that can do it), a 'mana ability', does not use the stack, it is uninterruptable so can't generally be countered. Morphing, flipping a face-down Morph creature face-up, also does not use the stack, so a Morph cannot be quickly dispatched once the intention to flip is known. The stack can be interrupted as it resolves. Imagine a stack with objects A, B and C on it. When C resolves, either player might feel the need to play something else, so this will become object D on the stack above A and B, and will resolve before them.