What is protection from creatures?

Protection from [quality] means: Prevent all Damage that would be dealt to this by [quality] sources. Cannot be Enchanted/Equipped by [quality] auras/equipment. Cannot be Blocked by [quality] creatures. Cannot be the Target of [quality] spells or abilities from [quality] sources.

Does protection from creatures mean unblockable?

An unblockable creature is still unblockable. Protection can’t remove abilities.

Does protection from creatures include abilities?

The creature with protection cannot be Blocked by things with the protected quality (protection from creatures = unblockable). The creature with protection cannot be Targeted by spells with the protected quality, or from abilities of permanents of the protected quality.

Can protection from creatures block?

A creature with protection from a color “can’t be blocked, targeted, dealt damage, enchanted, or equipped by anything” of that color.

What does protection from everything do?

Protection from everything means that a creature can’t be blocked, dealt damage from any source, or targeted by spells and abilities.

Can a black creature block a protection from black?

“Protection from black” means the following things: All damage that would be dealt to it from black sources is prevented. Cannot be equipped or enchanted by anything black. Cannot be blocked by a black creature.

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What does protection mean in magic?

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.

Does protection make enchantments fall?

because protection says that the protected thing can’t be enchanted at all, any auras already on it will fall off.

Can you 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.

Can you sacrifice an indestructible creature?

Indestructible permanents can still be put into their owner’s graveyard by other means, such as by the “legend rule”, by being sacrificed or (in the case of creatures) having zero or less toughness. They can also be removed from the battlefield by being bounced or exiled for example.

Does protection from creatures stop Deathtouch?

As we discussed a few weeks ago, protection does several things, such as preventing all damage from any source it has protection from. That means that deathtouch will not apply, as damage that is prevented is not considered dealt.

Does protection protect from board wipes?

Does Protection Work Against Board Wipes? This can be a little more complicated, but let’s go back to the DEBT acronym. Protection stops damage, enchanting/equipping, blocking, and targeting. It doesn’t do anything against any other kinds of effects.

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Does protection from white stop Wrath of God?

A creature with protection from white will be destroyed by Wrath of God. Anger of the Gods does damage, which is prevented by protection. Also note that it literally prevents damage.

Can you target your own creatures with protection?

weird. Since all creatures have protection from red, and all cards are red, that means creatures can’t be blocked, targeted, enchanted, or equipped, and all damage to them is prevented. This protects our creatures, of course, but it also means our opponents can’t target or enchant their own creatures with anything!

Can Progenitus be killed?

The only ways to kill Progenitus would be to either counterspell it, sacrifice it yourself or get it discarded from your hand.

Does protection stop combat damage?

Also, does protection from colors prevent a creature from being blocked by that color creature or will it only prevent the protected creature from taking combat damage? No, it doesn’t. Protection prevents damage, disallows things to be attached (like Auras or Equipment), disallows blocking and stops targeting.