Assuming you mean annihilator the ability on some eldrazi, there are ways. There are several creatures such as Sigarda, Host of Herons or Tajuru Preserver. Effects like these stop annihilator from effecting you.
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Dec 25, 2020Posted in: Magic Rulings
Yes, controlling two would drop the cost to 4.
4B. Like any other cost reduction effect, Edgewalker's applies after additional costs such as kicker are applied (C.R. 601.2f, 702.32); the difference here is the Edgewalker looks only at the colored mana portion of the resulting cost (see also the reminder text).
For example, if you cast Nullpriest of Oblivion while you control Edgewalker, and decide to apply kicker, that spell's cost becomes 1B plus 3B (kicker), which is reduced by B (Edgewalker, which considers only the BB in the cost up to this point, so it reduces it only by B), for a total of 4B.
Peter he said he had two edgewalkers.
Aug 24, 2020Posted in: Magic RulingsQuote from Funk Pirate »Also just as an addition here, even if Lazav, the Multifarious becomes a copy of Myr Welder (or any permanent with 'imprint'), it will be unable to make use of 'imprint' as it only takes effect when that object enters the battlefield, and Lazav is already on the battlefield when it copies and therefore cannot 'imprint' anything.
This isn’t entirely correct. Myr Welder has an activated ability. The imprint works fine. On the other hand something like chrome mox wouldn’t work because it does have an etb triggered ability.
Feb 21, 2020Posted in: Magic RulingsCan I opt to put that instant into the stack then and there?
If you exile a card with Mind's Desire, you choose whether to play that card only right after you exile it (C.R. 608.2f), and not later; playing that card is a one-shot effect
I think you mean exile with Eye of the Storm. Mind’S Desire let’s you cast it til end of turn.
Nov 21, 2019delost posted a message on Need a little info on tomorrow, Azami familiar (spirit)Posted in: Magic Rulings
If you control Tomorrow and an opponent controls Narset, and you haven't drawn a card yet this turn, and—
- if you would draw one card, then you can still choose to look at the top three cards of your library, etc., instead. Once you do draw a card, however, it would be impossible for you to draw any further card in the same turn (while an opponent of yours controls Narset), so Tomorrow's replacement effect won't be invoked further.
- if you would draw more than one card at once— —as a cost or as a choice (for example, Consecrated Sphinx or Sylvan Library [C.R. 118.12]), then you can't pay that cost or make that choice (C.R. 121.2b).
—other than as a cost or choice, then you draw them one at a time (C.R. 121.2). You can apply the replacement effect of looking at the top three cards of your library, etc., multiple times this way (C.R. 121.2b), but once you choose not to and actually draw a card, any further card draws you would do would be impossible, so they can't be replaced and are ignored (C.R. 614.7, 121.6b, 101.2, 101.3; see also C.R. 614.17c).
- Apply Tomorrow's effect three times. You will not have drawn any cards.
- Apply Tomorrow's effect twice, then draw the third card.
- Apply Tomorrow's effect once, then draw the second card. The third card can't be drawn, so nothing further happens.
- Draw one card. The second and third cards can't be drawn, so nothing further happens.
See also this thread.
If you control Possessed Portal and Tomorrow, and would draw a card, you choose whether to skip that draw entirely or to replace it with looking at the top three cards of your library, etc., due to Tomorrow (C.R. 616.1).
How are you choosing to not apply Tomorrow’s ability? It’s a replacement effect without a may in it.
Nov 30, 20171. Not relevant, invocation only triggers if you cast from your hand.Posted in: Magic Rulings
2. 0, you didn't cast anything from your hand.
3. 1, you only cast one spell, the other was simply placed on the stack, not cast.
4b. No, even if you could cast it off the Invocation overload is an alternate casting cost and you are already doing an alternate cost through the Invocation.
5a. Not in this situation, but if you did cast a 4cmc+ spell from your hand, you could pay the buyback as this is an additional cost.
5b. Not in this situation, but if you did cast a 4cmc+ spell from your hand, yes, Melek can copy any instant or sorceries cast from your library, regardless of how they are cast.
Sep 18, 2017It would enter as a normal Progenitus. Copy effects only copy what's on the card and other copy effects, and the Jest isn't a copy effect. Note that clone does not target and you can always select Progenitus for your clone.Posted in: Magic Rulings
Sep 5, 2017Are you asking if you can activate the Licid and somehow make another creature be the creature that is being attached to something? No that is not how willbender works at all, it changes targets, the only thing it would do to the licid's ability is enable you to change what it is targeting with it's ability.Posted in: Magic Rulings
Also of note, phasing out a token no longer causes it to cease to exist as off the release of Commander 2017.
Aug 13, 2017Posted in: Magic RulingsQuote from Rezzahan »No. The Mairsil in the graveyard is a different object then the one that caged the exiled cards. It has no connection to them. Only that specific Mairsil on the battlefield that exiled the cards can use the caged cards' abilities. But because ablities that move cards out of a zone other than the battlefield only work while the card with the ability is in that zone, you cannot activate unearth and other "from the graveard" abilities that the Mairsil permanent might have.
This isn't right. Any caged cards will work with any Mairsil's you control. However the ability that gives Mairsil abilities doesn't function in the graveyard, so it still won't work.
Feb 16, 2017delost posted a message on Felidar Guardian + Restoration Angel infinite loopFelidar is a may trigger, so at some point you will either have to target another permanent you control or decline to use the trigger.Posted in: Magic Rulings
As to an actual infinite loop that creates a draw, yes there are some, the most notable being 3 oblivion rings with no other legal permanents.
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