Lifelink

Lifelink

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature has lifelink. (Damage dealt by the creature also causes its controller to gain that much life.)

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Lifelink Discussion

lord_sample on Cats + Lifegain = Fun (could use some pointers)

4 days ago

You could also play cards such as Lifelink or as a creature: Windbrisk Raptor.

Also Serra Ascendant could be something for your deck.

M a g i c a l H a c k e r on Evergreen keyword wish list?

4 weeks ago

Of the existing keywords, here are the ones I'd like to be keywords without being too confusing or warping:

  • Cycling/Transmute
  • Modular
  • Morbid
  • Provoke

As for old abilities that could be keyworded, here are the ones I would love:

Huppster05 on Don't Step On The Broken Glass!

1 month ago

whats fun is running a few copies of Lifelink and putting them on you opponents creatures

gas1312 on A Game of Life

1 month ago

You have not a lot of Lifelink cards, My impression is that you have more possibility to loose life than to gain it -see Underworld Connections- Maybe better Vault of the Archangel

Another good and quick card for you is my beloved Pride Guardian

Buckminsterfullerene on Super aggro GW Aura deck (its fast!)

2 months ago

Well, actually, Lifelink just grants the enchanted creature the keyword ability Lifelink, which cannot stack. For instance, if your Kor Spiritdancer is enchanted by Lifelink and Daybreak Coronet, it will be a 7/9 with lifelink, lifelink, vigilance, and first strike. Attacking with it would yield 7 damage to your opponent/his blockers and you would only gain 7 life because a creature doesn't benefit from having lifelink twice. Now, if you swapped Lifelink for Spirit Link in that same situation, you would gain 14 life, because your creature has the keyword ability lifelink from the Daybreak Coronet and also you gain life equal to the damage dealt by it because of spirit link. In a related instance, of you enchanted an opposing creature with Lifelink, their controller would gain life when they attack even though you "control" the enchantment because all it does is grant the lifelink keyword ability, while enchanting an opposing creature with Spirit Link would cause you to gain life equal to the damage, since you control the enchantment, which would effectively negate all damage dealt by it to you. Here are the rules on lifelink:

702.15. Lifelink

702.15a. Lifelink is a static ability.

702.15b. Damage dealt by a source with lifelink causes that source's controller, or its owner if it has no controller, to gain that much life (in addition to any other results that damage causes).

702.15c. If a permanent leaves the battlefield before an effect causes it to deal damage, its last known information is used to determine whether it had lifelink.

702.15d. The lifelink rules function no matter what zone an object with lifelink deals damage from.

702.15e. Multiple instances of lifelink on the same object are redundant.

Dropkick on Super aggro GW Aura deck (its fast!)

2 months ago

Thanks for your comments Buckminsterfullerene, Lifelink is a triggered ability so it stacks as well, the art of Lifelink is so much cooler, and I will consider Spirit Loop

Buckminsterfullerene on Super aggro GW Aura deck (its fast!)

2 months ago

I would swap out Lifelink for Spirit Link. The latter stacks, and can also be used to enchant opposing creatures to cancel out their damage, making it very versatile. Spirit Loop is also something to consider, as it comes back from the graveyard.

Dropkick on Super aggro GW Aura deck (its fast!)

2 months ago

I prefer my heroic creatures over hexproof because my heroic creatures get stronger whenever you cast an aura on it. Spirit Mantle makes my creatures unblockable so its very important in this deck. I feel Lifelink gives the deck more sustainability, but I will put Ethereal Armor in sideboard. Thanks for your suggestions.

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