Does wrath of God kill protection from white?

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. Wrath of God is doing none of those 4 things, so it will destroy a creature that has protection from White.

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 creatures with protection be destroyed?

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

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.

Does protection from color stop board wipes?

Global effects like Damnation, Day of Judgment, and Wrath of God do not target, and as such creatures with protection from a given color will not protect them from board wiping abilities like the above.

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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.

Does First Strike negate Deathtouch?

Deathtouch only “works” when the deathtouch creature deals at least one point of damage, so if the first strike creature deals enough damage to kill the deathtoucher, then it dies before dealing any damage. So in that sense, yes, it negates it.

Does protection from a color prevent blocking?

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

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.

Does protection prevent destroy all?

Re: destroy all creatures protection from white

yeah protection from white does not defend against a wrath of god (Thats the card I think you are referring to) since the wrath does not target. so a creature will still be killed by a destroy all creatures card even if it has protection from that color.

Is Progenitus protection from wrath of God?

Progenitus won’t take damage from any source, as it has protection from everything and protection abilities prevent damage. It dies to Wrath of God, though. A card that says “damage can’t be prevented” would work, though.

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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.

Do board wipes go through protection?

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.

Does Hexproof protect from board wipes?

Auras on the battlefield don’t target anything. Granting hexproof to a permanent or player doesn’t cause opponents’ Auras to become unattached. A card that has ‘hexproof’ is still affected by board wipes that don’t target specifically that card.

Do board wipes destroy indestructible creatures?

Most board wipes “destroy” creatures, so one way to protect your creatures (and permanents) is to buff them with the “indestructible”keyword.