"Your Honor, I'd like to call my next witness... What's that, well yes sir, I know she's a porn star and she knows nothing about Magic, but she can testify your Honor that in today's world... It is all about the Active Player!!!..." I'm just trying to say that since the active player chooses the order of the effects, then the active player must be the one determining their order on the stack... Here's a card example... My opponent has 2 Laquatus's champions in his graveyard and a faceless butcher, and I have nothing which will be brought into play... Now, according to the ruling... Since I'm the active player, I wish to order the effects this way, Champion, Champion, butcher... This way, His champions will hit me for 12, then his butcher comes in and takes 1 away for a net loss of 6 life only... In order to order the effects this way, They have to be on the stack in that order... or campion, butcher, champion... But... if the ruling was not there, my opponent could stack the butcher's effect first and then 2 champions and I'd lose a net of 12 life... That's all I'm saying is that the NAP does not really matter according to the ruling, and stacking the triggers is implied by the ruling... or else the ruling does nothing... "But your Honor, I just spent a week in contempt! Can the porn star come with me?!!..."