Titania's Song

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Premodern Legal
Vintage Legal

Titania's Song

Enchantment

Each noncreature artifact loses all abilities and becomes an artifact creature with power and toughness each equal to its converted mana cost. If Titania's Song leaves the battlefield, this effect continues until end of turn.

Neotrup on What happens to lands and …

1 week ago

In addition, abilities apply in dependency order, meaning Mycosynth Lattice will always apply before Titania's Song in Layer 4 so that it can apply to all permanents. Once an effect starts applying within a layer, it will continue to apply in later layers. This means if something explicitly removes Titania's Song's ability, it will do so (most likely) in Layer 6, after the ability already started applying, so it will still remove all abilities and set power and toughness.

Rhadamanthus on What happens to lands and …

1 week ago

They would still be affected by Titania's Song. In the system of layers that determines the characteristics of objects, type changing effects are applied in layer 4 and ability adding/removing effects are applied later in layer 6. This means the part of Titania's Song's ability that changes non-creature artifacts into creatures is always applied before the part that removes abilities (including its own).

Crouch130 on What happens to lands and …

1 week ago

That makes sense. So if Titania's Song abilities are removed because of it own effect, then any non-creature artifacts played after would not be affected by the ability. Which would allow you to play lands as a land?

Crouch130 on What happens to lands and …

1 week ago

If there is a Mycosynth Lattice in play and you put Titania's Song into play, do lands die, because they have no CMC, and does the everything remain artificial creatures or does Titania's Song cancel it self out because it’s a non-creature artifact?

legendofa on Toxrill the Corrosive

7 months ago

Some of these suggestions are a little odd to me. I assume this is a commander deck, based on the forum, and the commander is Toxrill, the Corrosive, based on the title. This means color identity is . Am I mistaken in this assumption?

I'm really trying not to sound condescending, I'm just wondering why people are suggesting Titania's Song and Ruinous Ultimatum, and I want to know if I'm wrong about the intent of the question.

RambIe on Toxrill the Corrosive

7 months ago

Mycosynth Lattice + Titania's Song
you have to play Mycosynth Lattice first which turns everything into artifacts then play Titania's Song second turning everything into creatures with no abilities.
at this point in time all lands fall off the board and Mycosynth Lattice looses all of its abilities therefore Titania's Song and everything entering the battle field afterwards are not effected by Mycosynth Lattice

carpecanum on My T-Rex Commander

7 months ago

Aspect of Mongoose can protect something important.

If you are completely eschewing artifacts you could throw in some artifact hate like Titania's Song which usually at least takes out mana rocks.

Planeswalker's Favor can be really effective as a mana dump. Your boss has Trample so it can really help throw out some dinosaurs.

Omniscience_is_life on Mechanical Color Pie 2021 Changes

11 months ago

Green also has Titania's Song, as well as a some Metalcraft, artifact token creation, and other interesting artifact love.

But the main thing to remember here is precedent doesn't trump all; if an effect feels green (such as a gentle druid preferring to naturalize an artifact rather than destroy it), then there's no practical reason to veto it.

I personally don't care much about this area being broadened, since I doubt it'll have much practical application as destruction is almost always better than Frogifying--but I also don't see much argument against it.

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