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Posted By: Mike-C (5/28/2012 4:04:39 AM)


so this works with token creatures as well?
Posted By: spoonish (7/31/2009 5:37:39 AM)


I used this card in combination with Mageta the Lion: Pay four, tap, discard two cards, and kill everything other than Mageta. Lifeline brings all your guys back. Your opponent has nothing. Only Indestructible creatures on your opponent's side could foil that combo.
Posted By: Darkside42 (2/5/2012 12:50:43 PM)


well well well
dauntless escort
Posted By: ZaisConsultant (7/5/2012 5:27:45 PM)


Yes and no. The presence of a token creature is enough to bring back any non-token creature, but a token creature is removed from game as soon as it hits the graveyard (as far as I understand it).
Posted By: mythryn (10/2/2009 10:36:58 PM)


@ERKUSANDOR the card resolves at the end of the turn. So to answer your question NO! If all you have is 2 creatures you can not sacrifice one and then bring it back and then sacrifice the other and also bring that one back because when you sacrificed both of them they both wouldn't return to play until the end of the turn and since you sacrificed both there wouldn't be a creature there to trigger the effect of the card, BUT. . . . if your OPPONENT has a creature out it still applies because the card says "A" creature not specifying one of "YOUR" creatures. I can see how the wording conflicts with it's intended effect. I imagine this card has sparked quite a debate amongst Magic players believe me as a person that plays this card in an Eldrazi deck (I own every Eldrazi). To answer the question about token creatures. . . no they can not be returned to the battlefield since a token creature once removed can not return because technically it never hits the graveyard.
Posted By: Teufelhunden0311 (6/24/2010 1:44:51 AM)


I've got a question about this card: WHEN exactly has the 2nd creature to be on the battlefield? When the 1st one dies or when it is returned from the graveyard? Example: I got 2 creatures. I sacrifice the first, then the second. What happens? Will the first creature come back since at the time it got to the graveyard there was a 2nd creature, or will it not come back because when the triggered effect is about to resolve there is no 2nd creature anymore on the battlefield?
Posted By: Erkusandor (6/2/2010 10:09:12 AM)


Hey, did anyone realize that this card can make a simple one-drop Mogg Fanatic a one-turn-killing-machine????????!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted By: Disruptor (1/15/2010 12:09:08 AM)


It doesn't say anything about a creature going to the graveyard fro mthe battlefied, so I assume it can go to the graveyard from anywhere.
Posted By: KenBeere (1/17/2010 12:22:38 PM)





No seriously, What the boop? This is so dumb it isn't funny.
Posted By: sir_dwar (8/18/2010 4:25:37 AM)


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