I had a response During Blockers, yes. My "can't block" was indicating we had moved to that step/phase (can't remember the right wording for it) as opposed to having any responses in the During Attackers step/phase.
Well, that's fine. But this does strike me as a pretty strange point for confusion. I feel like I must have done something wrong but I can't tell what it is. Haven't we had attacking players with no effects in combat shortcutting through combat if everyone else in the game indicates no responses since basically forever? If you'd said something like, "During Declare Blockers, Ultimage Price on the Wardens" I'd have thought nothing of it. I was passing priority through the rest of combat unless you did have a response anyway, hence my simple inquiry about if there were responses, as opposed to specifying that I was checking if you had anything before Declare Blockers, etc.
Honestly can't remember if this affects the rest of my turn, so I'll have to wait until I get home for that. I don't think that this deck has anything that can save the Valeron Wardens from Ultimate Price anyway, so that's probably dead, but I want to double-check...
Not trying to get hung up on something so minor, but it seems like something changed or went wrong and I can't determine what it is.
Just a bit of miss communication. You asked for a response, but not a blocks. Spidey replied with no blocks. I guess Oversoul knew Spidey couldn't block, but Spidey knows that Oversoul gets priority after blockers are declared.
I guess Spidey could have asked for priority after his no block, but sometimes short cuts lead to these types of miscommunications. This was big in judging back in the day and most likely still is. "What did the player mean by saying "GO"?)