Can you counter a card with protection?

Yup, you can counter any spells with protection from blue with your blue counterspells. Note that pro-blue will only works when the permanent’s in play.

Can a card with protection block?

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. That quality is usually one or more colors.

Can you attack a player with protection?

A permanent or player with protection from everything has protection from each object regardless of that object’s characteristic values. Such a permanent or player can’t be targeted by spells or abilities and can’t be enchanted by Auras.

Does protection protect from counterspell?

No. Brave the Elements only affects creatures you control, and creatures are only creatures when they’re on the battlefield. On the stack, they’re creature spells, so they don’t get protection.

Can you counter a creature with protection from color?

Because that creature has protection from all colors, you cannot target it or deal damage to it with colored spells. No, you cannot damage or destroy creatures on the stack, because creatures do not exist on the stack, “Creature Spells” do.

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Does Hexproof stop your own spells?

Hexproof is an evergreen keyword ability that prevents a permanent or player from being the target of spells or abilities played by opponents.

Hexproof.

Keyword Ability
Type Static
Introduced Portal Three Kingdoms (mechanic) Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 (keyword)
Last Used Evergreen

Does protection from a color prevent 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.

Can you be attacked with Teferi’s protection?

While a permanent is phased out, it’s treated as though it doesn’t exist. It can’t be the target of spells or abilities, its static abilities have no effect on the game, its triggered abilities can’t trigger, it can’t attack or block, and so on.

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.

Can you tap a creature with summoning sickness?

Yeah, you can do that even if the creature has summoning sickness. Attacking and the actual tap symbol are what you can’t do with summoning sickness. You can’t use an ability of that creature that says “{T}: do stuff” unless you’ve controlled that creature since the beginning of your turn.

How does trample work against protection?

Yes. If you attack with 7/7 green creature with trample, and they block with a 2/2 protection from green creature, it will assign damage equal to that creature’s toughness (2) to the creature, and the other 5 will trample over to the player.

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Does destroy all creatures work on protection?

4 Answers. Yes, Day of Judgement will destroy a creature with Protection from White.

Does protection protect from board wipes?

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.