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An object entering the battlefield with counters on it counts as something having counters "put" on it, so Bioessence Hydra will see, say, a Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner entering the battlefield and having seven loyalty counters put on it, so it will get seven +1/+1 counters.
Yup. Makes a resolved Bioessence Hydra dangerous as hell. I honestly think I'd prefer my Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner to already be on the battlefield though.
turn 1: Llanowar Elves
turn 2: Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner
turn 3: Bioessence Hydra- Get a 10/10 trampler and draw a card.
Quote from MRdown2urth »Quote from boombox_smk »Magical Christmasland:
t1: Stomping Ground, Llanowar Elves
t2: Hinterland Harbor/Breeding Pool, Domri, Anarch of Bolas, uptick Domri (4 loyalty)
t3: Forest, Domri, Chaos Bringer, uptick Domri, AoB (5 loyalty), uptick Domri, CB (6 loyalty)
t4: Forest, Bioessence Hydra, cast with Domri, CB (7 loyalty) giving it haste, it enters as a 16/16 Trample, Haste, use Domri, AoB downtick to have it fight a blocker, swing in 17 (Domri, AoB's +1/+0) + Llanowar Elves (2/1 <= Domri, AoB's +1/+0). 19 damage. If you attacked with Llanowar turn 3, using Domri, AoB's mana to cast Domri, CB, it's 20 damage total.
Mark my words, I will do this on MtGA.
Which Domri are you keeping on T3?
Both. The old planeswalker rule is gone. They follow the legend rule now and since the two Domris(sp?) have different names, they can coexist.