Question: How do you regenerate tokens?

“Regeneration: The next time this permanent would be destroyed this turn, it isn’t. Instead tap it, remove all damage from it, and remove it from combat.” Tokens can be regenerated, however creatures cannot be regenerated due to dying from having zero toughness (such as in your case of Tragic Slip).

When can you regenerate MTG?

At any time you can regenerate a creature with an appropriate spell or effect. The only condition is that the regeneration has to happen before the destruction effect. You can regenerate a creature as often as you like, anytime.

Can you regenerate from a board wipe?

Its ability to regenerate all your creatures might change the game when you’re facing a board wipe.

Do tokens count as dying?

Yes. A creature did die (that is, went from the battlefield to the graveyard). The fact that the token ceases to exist doesn’t matter to those abilities. Keep in mind that tokens are not cards, so an ability that refers to cards specifically (Bloodchief Ascension for example) won’t trigger from tokens dying.

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Does regenerate count as dying?

dying requires a creature to be put into the graveyard. regeneration doesn’t involve putting the creature in the graveyard, so the Xathrid won’t trigger.

Can tokens be regenerated?

Accepted answer #1. Yes, token creatures can be regenerated. Regenerate creates a replacement effect that replaces an instance this turn that the permanent would be destroyed due to an effect or lethal damage.

Can I regenerate a sacrificed creature?

Description. Sacrificing or saccing is purposely or forcefully removing a permanent from play. This can be due to an effect on the card itself, the effect of another permanent already in play, coming into or leaving play or a spell such as an instant or sorcery. A sacrificed permanent cannot be regenerated.

What does regenerate target creature mean?

In this case, “Regenerate [permanent]” means “The next time [permanent] would be destroyed this turn, instead remove all damage marked on it and tap it. If it’s an attacking or blocking creature, remove it from combat.” … If it’s an attacking or blocking creature, remove it from combat.”

Does a regenerated creature deal combat damage?

If you mean does a creature that has had a regeneration shield put on it deal damage, well then yes, it’s still in combat and can deal damage when it normally can.

Can commanders be regenerated?

It can’t be regenerated. Its controller creates a 3/3 green Ape creature token. If you cast Pongify on a commander, the commander is destroyed when the spell resolves, and its controller can choose to move it to the command zone at that time.

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Do Tokens hit the graveyard?

A: Tokens go to the graveyard as regular creatures, and are removed as a “state-based effect” when a player gets priority again. They stay in the graveyard long enough to trigger abilities, like the one of Soulcatchers’ Aerie, before they are removed.

Do tokens go into graveyard?

If such a token would change zones, it remains in its current zone instead. It ceases to exist the next time state-based actions are checked; see rule 704.” This prevents the “bring it back” part of that ability, the token stays put.

Do tokens get summoning sickness?

Simple as that. Token, copy, regular creature, you name it, it has summoning sickness if it doesn’t have haste.

Does regenerate count as entering the battlefield?

Regeneration is a keyword action that is applied when a regeneration shield is used. When a permanent regenerates, it has all damage removed from it, it becomes tapped and remains in play. It is important to remember that this regenerated permanent is the same object. It does not leave the battlefield and then reenter.

Can you regenerate after damage?

No to both. Regeneration only replaces destruction and lethal damage. Sacrifice means to put the permanent into the graveyard from play and is not associated with destruction.

Do regenerated creatures go to the graveyard?

Intuitively, to regenerate a dead creature we would wait for it to die before we regenerated it. However, the rules of Magic don’t allow this. Once a creature is destroyed, it goes to the graveyard before anyone can cast spells or activate abilities.

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