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Until your next turn, your life total can't change and you have protection from everything. All permanents you control phase out. (While they're phased out, they're treated as though they don't exist. They phase in before you untap during your untap step.) Exile Teferi's Protection.
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Legal in: Legacy, Vintage, Commander
8/25/2017 ---------- The following rulings focus on the ďprotection fromĒ keyword ----------
8/25/2017 If a player has protection from everything, it means three things: 1) All damage that would be dealt to that player is prevented. 2) Auras canít be attached to that player. 3) That player canít be the target of spells or abilities.
8/25/2017 Nothing other than the specified events are prevented or illegal. An effect that doesnít target you could still cause you to discard cards, for example. Creatures can still attack you while you have protection from everything, although combat damage that they would deal to you will be prevented.
8/25/2017 Gaining protection from everything causes a spell or ability on the stack to have an illegal target if it targets you. As a spell or ability tries to resolve, if all its targets are illegal, that spell or ability doesnít resolve and none of its effects happen, including effects unrelated to the target. If at least one target is still legal, the spell or ability does as much as it can to the remaining legal targets, and its other effects still happen.
8/25/2017 ---------- The following rulings focus on what it means if your life total canít change ----------
8/25/2017 Spells and abilities that would normally cause you to gain or lose life still resolve while your life total canít change, but the life-gain or life-loss part simply has no effect.
8/25/2017 Protection from everything will usually prevent damage if it would be dealt to you, but some damage canít be prevented. In this case, because your life total also canít change, that damage has any other effects that it may have aside from causing you to lose that much life (such as effects from lifelink or infect) and triggers and effects can see that damage was dealt even though your life total didnít change.
8/25/2017 You canít pay a cost that includes the payment of any amount of life other than 0 life.
8/25/2017 If a cost includes causing you to gain life (like the alternative cost of an opponentís Invigorate does), that cost canít be paid.
8/25/2017 Effects that would replace having you gain life with some other event wonít be able to be applied because itís impossible for you to gain life. The same is true for effects that would replace having you lose life with some other event.
8/25/2017 Effects that replace an event with having you gain life (like Words of Worshipís effect does) or having you lose life will apply and end up replacing the event with nothing.
8/25/2017 If an effect would set your life total to a certain number thatís different than your current life total, that part of the effect wonít do anything.
8/25/2017 If an effect would cause you to exchange life totals with another player, the exchange wonít happen. Neither playerís life total changes.
8/25/2017 ---------- The following rulings focus on the phasing keyword ----------
8/25/2017 While a permanent is phased out, itís treated as though it doesnít exist. It canít be the target of spells or abilities, its static abilities have no effect on the game, its triggered abilities canít trigger, it canít attack or block, and so on.
8/25/2017 Phasing out doesnít cause any ďleaves the battlefieldĒ abilities to trigger. Similarly, phasing in wonít cause any ďenters the battlefieldĒ abilities to trigger.
8/25/2017 Any one-shot effects that are waiting ďuntil [this] leaves the battlefield,Ē such as that of Banishing Light, wonít happen when a permanent phases out.
8/25/2017 Any continuous effects with a ďfor as long asĒ duration such as that of Mathas, Fiend Seeker ignore phased-out objects. Any such effects will expire if their conditions are no longer met after ignoring the phased-out objects.
8/25/2017 Each Aura and Equipment that phases out attached to a permanent thatís phasing out phases in with that permanent and still attached to it.
8/25/2017 Each Aura and Equipment you control attached to a permanent that isnít phasing out phases in attached to that permanent if it can still be attached to that permanent. If not, it phases in unattached. An Aura that phases in unattached will be put into its ownerís graveyard as a state-based action. The same is true with Auras attached to players.
8/25/2017 Permanents that phase out with counters phase in with those counters.
8/25/2017 Choices made for permanents as they entered the battlefield are remembered when they phase in.
8/25/2017 If a token is phased out, it will phase in as your next untap step begins. This is a change from previous rules.
8/25/2017 A permanent phasing out causes a spell or ability on the stack to have an illegal target if it targets that permanent. As a spell or ability tries to resolve, if all its targets are illegal, that spell or ability doesnít resolve and none of its effects happen, including effects unrelated to the target. If at least one target is still legal, the spell or ability does as much as it can to the remaining legal targets, and its other effects still happen.
8/25/2017 If your untap step is somehow skipped as your next turn begins, your phased-out permanents wonít phase in until the next untap step you actually have, but youíll no longer have protection from everything and your life total can change again.
8/25/2017 Any creatures that phase in under your control as your next untap step begins will be able to attack and pay a cost of T during that turn.
8/25/2017 If you gain control of another playerís permanent and it phases out, if the duration of the control-change effect expires before it phases in, that permanent phases in under that other playerís control as your next untap step begins. If you leave the game before your next untap step, it phases in as the next untap step begins after your turn would have begun.
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