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So the wording on ever changing form isn't as clear as it seems. It is worded: "A single model may only be targeted by "ever changing form" once per turn. Because of this extra word it becomes unclear and I can see a RAW vs RAI argument. A) Because it specifies that a single model it means that whatever model you target with ever changing form is the only model that can be targeted by ever changing for until the end of the turn. B ) A model may be targeted by "ever changing form" once per turn. We know that "once per turn" is a subordinating clause (thank you highschool English) so we can put it at the front of the sentence as well. "Once per turn, a single model may only be targeted by "ever changing form". This makes it seem more like case A if you really want to play a RAW lawyer. Single specifies a model for some reason. Without the word Single this would be much clearer. Maybe it's just late and i've read the sentence too many times and i'm being stupid but.... I know that is is going to be semantics but as it currently stands can someone please explain why it is A or B without any grey area thanks to English grammar?