Can you combo Kin-Tree Invocation and Shape the Sands?
Asked by doctorsmegma 5 years ago
I just need to get something straight... here is my hypothetical situation/question:
Now lets say I use Shape the Sands on Disowned Ancestor during my first main phase for whatever reason. But I also have a Dragon's Eye Savants in play. Shape the Sands resolves no problem and combat ends.
Now during my second main phase, I use Kin-Tree Invocation. Since the Kin-Tree's power/toughness is a 1 time cast and does not fluctuate (as stated in the rules), would he become a 9/9 because the Disowned Ancestor has a toughness of 9 from Shape the Sands? Or would the Invocation become be a 6/6 from the Dragon's Eye Savants?
Kin-Tree Invocation will be a 9/9. Nothing about its ability cares that Disowned Ancestor will shrink down at the end of the turn, it gets locked in at whatever the highest toughness is right at the moment it's resolving.
April 1, 2015 10:36 a.m.
I figured as such. I just wanted to verify before looking like an idiot mid-game. haha.
April 1, 2015 10:45 a.m.
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April 1, 2015 3:44 p.m.
This is probably a nob question but... Does Kin-Tree Invocation add up all the toughness of your creatures on the board? Or does it just copy the toughness of one creature on the board?
September 1, 2015 3:31 p.m.
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Kin-Tree Invocation looks for the "greatest toughness among creatures you control," which means that it looks for the single greatest toughness from among the creatures you control. It doesn't add anything.