How does Containment Priest work MTG?

How does Containment Priest work MTG?

If Containment Priest enters the battlefield without being cast, its ability won’t exile itself. If Containment Priest enters the battlefield at the same time as other creatures, its ability won’t affect those creatures.

What does Containment Priest stop?

Containment Priest’s last ability won’t affect any creatures that were cast, including ones cast from unusual zones such as your graveyard. If a noncreature card wasn’t cast and is entering the battlefield as a creature (due to an effect such as that of March of the Machines), it will be exiled.

Does Containment Priest stop Cascade?

Cascade. Cascade tells you to cast the card you exile, so Containment Priest doesn’t interfere. Read more.

Does Containment Priest stop ETBS?

Yes, it’s Containment Priest is a replacement effect, so the Craterhoof will never enter the battlefield.

Is Containment Priest a triggered ability?

Priest has a replacement ability, not a triggered ability; Torpor Orb has no effect here.

Is Dryad Arbor a basic land?

No, Dryad Arbor is not a basic land. Having a basic land type (in this case Forest) does not make a card a basic land. The only thing that makes a card a basic land is having the Basic supertype (which currently only the cards named Plains, Island, Swamp, Mountain, and Forest have).

Does Dryad Arbor count as casting a creature?

No. Dryad Arbor can only be played as a land, and you cannot play lands during another player’s turn. Furthermore, the Prophet only allows casting of creature spells, and as said, you can only play the Arbor as a land, you cannot cast it as a creature spell, ever.

Is containment priest a triggered ability?

Can I counter evoke?

Yes, you can stifle/counter evoke! You’re able to counter the creature spell itself through regular counterspell means, or you can use effects that counter triggered abilities like Trickbind and Stifle.

Can Dryad Arbor be killed?

Dryad Arbor is a creature, so it will fall under the effect of Pernicious Deed and be destroyed. Perish’s effect isn’t that complicated, but it still generates some questions. Dryad Arbor is a green creature, so it will perish valiantly.