She can block then give herself protection, as the targeting requirement for Mother of Runes is “target creature you control”. She can’t really give herself protection then block, because she’d be tapped.
Can Mother of Runes protect from colorless?
Can my Mother of Runes give my creatures protection from artifacts/colorless? My guess is no, but I thought I’d try anyways. No. In Magic, the colors are White, Green, Red, Blue, and Black.
Does Rune of protection target?
Rune of Protection: White does not target, so hexproof does nothing to prevent it from working against Geist’s Damage. Also, geist and the angel token are two separated objects, thus, are 2 different sources of damage. Rune of protection can very well prevent damage from both, but you’d need to activate it twice.
Can you gain protection from colorless?
There is currently no way to grant ‘protection from colorless’ by any existing card as a note.
What does protection from color mean?
Protection from a color means that the target creature can’t be blocked by creatures of that color, can’t be the target of spells of that color or abilities from sources of that color, can’t be enchanted or equipped by Auras or Equipment of that color, and all damage that sources of that color would deal to it is …
Can you block something with protection?
As you noted, a creature with protection from something can’t be blocked, targeted, dealt damage, enchanted, or equipped by anything that has that “something” quality.
Does Hexproof stop protection?
This means hexproof doesn’t interfere. Also, since protection only stops Damage, Enchanting/Equipping, Blocking, and Targeting (D.E.B.T.), it does nothing to stop a non-targeted ability that exiles the creature with protection.
How does protection work in MTG?
A creature with protection from one or more colors of magic cannot be affected by any magic of those colors. For example, a creature with protection from blue cannot be blocked by blue creatures, dealt damage by blue creatures, or enchanted, damaged, or otherwise affected by blue cards.
Do board wipes affect protection?
Protection stops damage, enchanting/equipping, blocking, and targeting. It doesn’t do anything against any other kinds of effects. So what is the board wipe in question doing? If we’re looking at your typical white wrath effect like Shatter the Sky or Doomskar, then protection won’t do anything.
Does protection from a color remove equipment?
So if protection from a artifacts removes equipment, does giving a creature protection from a color remove enchantments of that color from it? Yes it does, for the same reason. 702.14c A permanent or player with protection can’t be enchanted by Auras that have the stated quality.
Does protection from white stop Wrath of God?
5 Answers. Yes, Wrath of God will kill all creatures with shroud. It will also kill all creatures that have protection from white. It won’t kill creatures that are indestructible.
Does protection mean you can’t block?
Protection just means that the creature won’t be damaged, enchanted, blocked or targeted by anything green. Thus, if a white creature with protection from green blocks a green creature, the white creature will take no damage.
Does protection remove auras?
Yes. Creatures with protection (from blue) can’t be damaged, enchanted, blocked, or targeted by anything (blue). The Aura is removed and goes to the graveyard.
Does protection prevent destroy?
4 Answers. Yes, Day of Judgement will destroy a creature with Protection from White.