|Name||Light Up the Stage|
|Converted Mana Cost||3|
|Text|| Spectacle (You may cast this spell for its spectacle cost rather than its mana cost if an opponent lost life this turn.)|
Exile the top two cards of your library. Until the end of your next turn, you may play those cards.
|Flavor|| "Places, everyone!"|
|2019-01-25||Light Up the Stage doesn’t change when you can play the exiled cards. For example, if you exile a sorcery card, you can cast it only during your main phase when the stack is empty. If you exile a land card, you can play it only during your main phase and only if you have an available land play remaining.|
|2019-01-25||Casting an exiled card causes it to leave exile. You can’t cast it multiple times.|
|2019-01-25||If you don’t play a card exiled this way, it remains in exile.|
|2019-01-25||Damage dealt to a player causes that player to lose that much life.|
|2019-01-25||Spectacle doesn’t change when you can cast the card. For example, you can’t cast a sorcery with spectacle during an opponent’s turn unless another effect allows you to do so, even if that player has lost life this turn.|
|2019-01-25||To determine the total cost of a spell, start with the mana cost or alternative cost you’re paying (such as a spectacle cost), add any cost increases, then apply any cost reductions. The converted mana cost of the spell remains unchanged, no matter what the total cost to cast it was.|
|2019-01-25||A card’s spectacle cost is the same no matter how much life your opponents lost or how many opponents lost life.|
|2019-01-25||In a multiplayer game, if an opponent loses life and later that turn leaves the game, you can cast a spell for its spectacle cost. (If a player leaves the game during their turn, that turn continues without an active player.)|
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