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Judging by the rulings on Blood Moon, effects that modify how a land enters the battlefield are removed as well. So basically if you have a static effect that states a land is a basic land, it will enter as a basic land of that type. Blood Sun has a similar ruling.

Pertinent Oracle Ruling of Blood Moon:

8/7/2020: If a nonbasic land has an ability that causes it to enter the battlefield tapped, it will lose that ability before it can apply. The same is also true of any other abilities that modify how a land enters the battlefield or apply “as” a land enters the battlefield, such as the first ability of Cavern of Souls.

So in the case of Vision Charm, if you declare all gates are now islands until end of turn, the gates should enter untapped, only produce blue mana, and you don't get to declare a nonwhite color for Citadel Gate.

July 27, 2022 5:05 p.m. Edited.

Yes, as Player C is now the defending player for the creature with the Annihilator trigger, Player C will have to sacrifice permanents to the Annihilator trigger.

Annihilator is not a targeted ability, so there is no targeted player chosen when the ability is put on the stack. Annihilator simply states that "Whenever this creature attacks, defending player sacrifices N permanents." When the trigger resolves, it will look to see who is the player defending against the creature with the annihilator trigger and have them sacrifice permanents.

From the Comprehensive Rules:

702.86a Annihilator is a triggered ability. “Annihilator N” means “Whenever this creature attacks, defending player sacrifices N permanents.”

July 27, 2022 1:53 a.m.


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