Not at all, and here's why. You have a card chosen then "accidentally" find an indifferent card. You then decide to use the indifferent card for something magical, "to redeem yourself". Perform the TnR, and when the card is revealed it's seen to be the selected card. Badabing, badaboom.
It's truly incredible to watch guys. I'm just as pumped as you are.
I'm having trouble understanding, it would seem the spectator would want to be able to examine the same card that was restored. Otherwise they'll think somehow you switched cards and the restoration becomes unclear.
Sir FansAlot,Bich's effect looks so unbelievably clean that there is absolutely NO idea of a different card being in play and the change at the end just hits like a tonne of bricks.
Just wanted to make a post and let you guys know that this effect is unbelievable. Here's EXACTLY how it looks:
A card is shown, and torn into four pieces. Each piece is individually shown -- front AND back -- and then the restoration. It looks like each piece just melts together. Now for the kicker:
With no ditches, moves, or anything funky, the card is turned around to show that it has morphed into a completely different card.
It seriously blew my mind. I almost had a heart attack the first time I saw it. Bich is brilliant.