Frequent question: Does indestructible protect from wrath of God?

Indestructible creatures survive a Wrath because their ability (“cannot be destroyed”) specifically interacts with the word “destroy” on the card Wrath of God. Creatures with Shroud only interact with, and care about, the word “target” on a card.

Does protection work against wrath of God?

Protection will not protect them from Wrath of God, but it will protect them from Firespout. Protection really means 4 things: Cannot be targetted by, Cannot be dealt damage by, Cannot be blocked by, and Cannot be enchanted by cards of the color the creature has protection from.

Does protection work against Wrath effects?

You can use the handy mnemonic DEBT to remember them. Anger of the Gods does damage, which is prevented by protection. Wrath of God does not do any of the four things on the list, so it is unaffected.

What does indestructible protect against?

Indestructible prevents the permanent from being destroyed. This usually is caused by damage exceeding a creature’s toughness, or an effect that explicitly says that it will destroy a permanent.

Does Hexproof protect from wrath of God?

Hexproof prevents you from targetting it. If you use [[wrath of god]] it will destroy all hexproof creatures but [[murder]] can’t.

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Can you regenerate after Wrath of God?

As long as that Wrath-type effect doesn’t disallow regeneration, yes, regenerating Thrun in response will keep him alive.

Is protection better than Hexproof?

Protection from color is slithly better then hexproof from color. It has also to be mentioned that if a creature has protection from a color, it cannot take damage from sources of that color as well. So it does not take damage from creatures it blocks with that color.

Does wrath of God exile?

They arent exiled, just normally destroyed and put into the graveyard. A creature thats indestructible still cant be destroyed.

How do you beat Hexproof indestructible?

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  1. Devour Flesh is the short answer.
  2. The long answer is as follows: The best way to remove indestructible creatures and hexproof creatures is either by putting a punch of -1/-1s on everything, (I’m looking at you Mutilate and Black Sun’s Zenith ) or by making them sacrifice their creatures.

Does Hexproof stop Destroy target creature?

Does this bypass Hexproof? Hexproof has no interaction with effects that don’t target that permanent. If the ability doesn’t specifically use the word target in reference to the creature, Hexproof does nothing. Chandra Nalaar’s ultimate ability can deal damage to hexproof creatures without a problem.

Can Deathtouch destroy indestructible?

Does desthtouch defeat indestructible? No, deathtouch causes “lethal damage” to creatures, indestructible creatures cannot be killed by “lethal damage”. 702.2a Deathtouch is a static ability.

Does Hexproof prevent Deathtouch?

No it doesn’t. Deathtouch on a creature just means that if that creature deals damage to another creature, be it combat or non-combat, that the creature dealt damage will be destroyed. The deathtouch ability doesn’t target anything so hexproof will not save a creature dealt damage with deathtouch.

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Does indestructible block Deathtouch?

Indestructible creatures also ignore deathtouch. Normally, a creature is destroyed if it takes damage from a creature with deathtouch. But since indestructible creatures can’t be destroyed, they’re immune.

Does Hexproof protect destroy all?

Yes, cards with “destroy all …” don’t target the permanents they affect, so Hexproof does not protect them from being destroyed. Generally speaking, if the word ‘target’ doesn’t appear on the card, the spell or ability isn’t targeting.

Does Hexproof stop exile?

No, you can still target hexproof creatures you control. This means that you can legally cast Path to Exile on your own creatures if you really need that basic land.

Can I enchant a Hexproof creature?

A creature with hexproof can’t be the target of spells or abilities your opponents control. This means that you can load your hexproof creature up with enchantments or cast a spell that gives it +3/+3 in combat, and most of your opponents’ removal spells won’t help them.