Creature â Human Spy
All graveyards are also your graveyards.
Graveyard Busybody's power and toughness are each equal to the number of cards with flavor text in your graveyards.
Speaking of that, cards in graveyards are shuffled into their ownersâ€™ libraries. You wonâ€™t put any cards from graveyards you stole, er . . . borrowed into your library.
Only you can use abilities of cards in graveyards. For example, if a spell requires that you exile cards from your graveyard, you can exile cards from any graveyard. Any card that looks at cards in graveyards looks at any or all your graveyards.
If more than one player controls a Graveyard Busybody, the one that entered the battlefield most recently â€œwins.â€ The controller of that Graveyard Busybody has all the graveyards, and any other playerâ€™s Graveyard Busybody is a 0/0 that is put into the graveyard that player used to have as a state-based action.
If an effect asks how many cards are in your graveyard, use the total number of cards in all your graveyards. However, they are still separate graveyards. If an effect affects a single graveyard, such as shuffling it into its ownerâ€™s library, only that one graveyard is shuffled in.
Cards owned by your opponents still go to the appropriate graveyard.