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He looks a little cranky, probably because his life is filled with torment until eventually he kills himself
Posted By: face-fister (9/12/2011 5:39:44 PM)



"702.72a Evoke represents two abilities: a static ability that functions in any zone from which the card with evoke can be cast and a triggered ability that functions on the battlefield. "Evoke " means "You may cast this card by paying rather than paying its mana cost" and "When this permanent enters the battlefield, if its evoke cost was paid, its controller sacrifices it." Paying a card's evoke cost follows the rules for paying alternative costs in rules 601.2b and 601.2e–g. "

it's not part of the cost that you sacrifice the creature, it's an additional ability put onto the stack when an evoked creature enters the battlefield. When you blink it in response to that ability, you're having a new instance of the creature enter the battlefield, the triggered ability from evoke still on the stack. However, that evoke ability refers to the previous instance of the creature, which was blinked. Please learn what the stack is how and how it and abilities (specifically,t... (see all)
Posted By: Brendan_McCoy (5/14/2013 5:47:49 PM)


6 damage for 1RR is just plain ridiculous :) 12 damage and a 6/1 token for 1RRRG is even better.
Posted By: lorendorky (6/19/2011 1:12:15 PM)


Riku lieks evokers, doesn't he.
Posted By: ClockworkSwordfish (6/17/2011 10:11:39 AM)


The first time i saw someone use a blink to get around the evoke sacrifice, I thought it seemed a little fishy, but i let it pass. If you review the rules, specifically 702.72a, it's very clear that the sacrifice is PART of the casting cost, not a triggered effect. Failure to sacrifice the creature makes the evoke fizzle and the creature goes to the graveyard. It doesn't matter if the creature leaves the battlefield, it still must be sacrificed to fulfill the evoke cost. Any judge that misses this obviously hasn't read the rules closely enough.
Posted By: Oblivax (4/15/2013 6:33:34 PM)


I want to play this with Repercussion, Pandemonium, and Stalking Vengeance. Is that too much to ask?
Posted By: Ragamander (11/30/2011 3:29:36 AM)


Riku of Two Reflections and Animar, Soul of Elements absolutely love evokers.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (5/6/2012 3:44:08 PM)


Wow cool card and cool art. Undying makes evoke a lot scarier now...
Posted By: Dragasm (7/5/2012 4:45:16 PM)


@ Dragasm - Cool artwork!? Seriously?? I want to stab my eyes out when I look at this card! Horrible, horrible art..... I refuse to play this card because of the Kindergarten art.
Posted By: The_Jabberwocky (5/11/2013 9:36:41 PM)


Ya, I'm not feeling the art. Just my opinion.
Posted By: Dragonshoredreamz (2/14/2014 6:04:21 PM)