How do Enduring Renewal and Deathrender interact?

Asked by d34thm0nk3y 2 months ago

I'm basically wondering if Deathrender can bring back the creature it just died on if Enduring Renewal sends the card to the hand in time to be summoned by Deathrender.

A bit awkward to phrase properly.

Rhadamanthus says... Accepted answer #1

You can use double square brackets around a card's name to link it. It's the easiest way to make sure everyone reading your question understands what's going on: Enduring Renewal, Deathrender

Yes, as long as you make sure to resolve the triggers in the correct order. You control both triggers, so that means you get to choose what order to put them onto the stack if they trigger at the same time. If you put Deathrender's trigger on the bottom and Enduring Ideal's trigger on the top of the stack, the Ideal's trigger will resolve first and the creature will be in your hand at the time Deathrender's trigger resolves.

If multiple triggered abilities (triggered abilities always start with either "when", "whenever", or "at") are trying to go onto the stack at the same time, the active player (whoever's turn it is) first puts all their triggers onto the stack in the order of their choice, then the non-active player puts all their triggers onto the stack on top of those in the order of their choice (meaning the non-active player's triggers will resolve first). If the game has more than two players, then you go around the table in turn order, starting with the active player.

March 19, 2017 7:41 p.m.

Panzerforge says... #2

That's a pretty good, thorough answer from Rhadamanthus.

If you think so too, make sure to accept his answer, d34thm0nk3y, or ask a follow-up here if not!

March 20, 2017 10:43 p.m.

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