Infinite Reflection question
Asked by brcap 4 years ago
Just making sure..
Say I have a Dungeon Geists locking down an opponents creature, and cast an Infinite Reflection onto another creature I control. As Dungeon Geists ceases to be Dungeon Geists the tapped creature he was locking down untaps as per usual, correct?
Whenever a card references its own name, but doesn't use it in the context "a card named ~" or "cards named ~," then the mention is self-referential and means "this object." Dungeon Geists's ability doesn't care about the name of the source; it just cares about the source object itself.
April 24, 2015 9:14 p.m.
Adding on to this that Dungeon Geists' ability is a triggered ability with a duration that exists completely independently of it, so Dungeon Geists doesn't need to retain the ability for the creature to remain locked down.