Quote from Lithl »Uh... what? You can unmorph a creature any time you have priority (and can pay the cost), and the trigger will go off just fine.
Quote from Grunyarth »I was playing Mairsil, the Pretender and had Tree of Perdition, Quicksilver Elemental, and Aetherling caged. The mono black player played a boardwipe, so I tap out of blue mana to put the flicker ability of aetherling and tree's ability on the stack. My friend playing an Animar, soul of elements morph deck flipped Jeering Instigator gaining control of my Mairsil, activated the tree ability, setting me to four, and then let the boardwipe resolve, killing me with the mono black player's Blood Artist.
Quote from TheRealMicLima »How much life did you have by that point? 18+18+15=51 Does your playgroup start higher than the standard 40?
Quote from TheRealMicLima »Also, with Neheb, the Eternal, does that actually count a life total exchange via Soul Conduit as a loss of life? My thinking is, you were the one that lost the life by paying it, then you would just swap totals resulting in the opponent not actually losing life. Maybe I'm missing something.
Quote from Mercury01 »It's so elegant though. No reminder text, just three simple words.
Quote from WizardMN »Just curious, but how did you do this? Time Stop is exiled when it resolves (technically it exiles itself during resolution since the turn ended). How did you get it out of exile 2 extra times? You are playing green so I suppose you could have cast Riftsweeper a couple times, but you didn't mention that.