Hazoret's Undying Fury
 
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Card Name:
Hazoret's Undying Fury
Mana Cost:
4RedRed
Converted Mana Cost:
6
Types:
Sorcery
Card Text:
Shuffle your library, then exile the top four cards. You may cast any number of nonland cards with converted mana cost 5 or less from among them without paying their mana costs. Lands you control don't untap during your next untap step.
Expansion:
Rarity:
Rare
Card Number:
96
Rulings
7/14/2017 Each individual spell you cast this way must have converted mana cost 5 or less. Their total converted mana cost could be greater.
7/14/2017 No player may take any actions between the time you shuffle your library and the time you exile the top four cards.
7/14/2017 If you cast a card “without paying its mana cost,” you can’t pay any alternative costs, such as emerge costs. You can, however, pay additional costs. If the card has any mandatory additional costs, such as that of Tormenting Voice, you must pay those to cast the card.
7/14/2017 If the card has Variable Colorless in its mana cost, you must choose 0 as the value of X when casting it without paying its mana cost.
7/14/2017 If any abilities trigger as you cast any of those cards, they won’t be put on the stack until after you’re done casting them. They’ll resolve before any of those spells.
7/14/2017 If you cast any of those cards, you do so as part of the resolution of Hazoret’s Undying Fury. You can’t wait to cast them later in the turn.
7/14/2017 If a spell you cast this way targets another spell, it may target a spell you cast earlier during the resolution of Hazoret’s Undying Fury. It may target Hazoret’s Undying Fury as well, but Hazoret’s Undying Fury will be put into your graveyard soon afterwards and the spell’s target will become illegal.
7/14/2017 No lands that you control will untap during your next untap step, even lands that aren’t tapped as this spell resolves. This includes lands that enter the battlefield after this spell resolves.
7/14/2017 If more than one spell says that lands you control don’t untap during your next untap step, the effects will all wear off during that untap step. You’ll untap lands you control during your untap step after that one.