, , Sacrifice Kindslaver: A person outside the game controls target player during that player's next turn. Neither player may advise that person until the end of that turn.
You can choose any player not currently in your game. This includes people who used to be in your game but left it.
The person you enlist makes all decisions for the target player during that playerâ€™s next turn. They choose whether any spells are cast, any creatures attack, and so on.
Only decisions called for by cards and the game rules are affected. The controlling player canâ€™t make the player theyâ€™re controlling concede or perform illegal actions.
It doesnâ€™t have to be someone who plays Magic. This may be fun.
If thereâ€™s no one around to make a decision, you can call or text someone if you need to. If thereâ€™s a physical action required, such as high-fiving, youâ€™ll need someone there.
If the person youâ€™ve enlisted to control your opponent wanders off or refuses to do anything, assume the controlled player did nothing during their turn and end the turn.
If the person in control doesnâ€™t know anything about Magic, itâ€™s okay to get someone who isnâ€™t you or the controlled player to advise them. Failing that, advising them to just say â€œgoâ€ is okay.