Magic The Gathering: Hybrids and Deathbringer Liege

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  1. Rangent
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    Deathbringer Liege
    1) Are MTG hybrids (with the dual color cards, like Deathbringer Liege) considered to be both colors? For instance, Deathbringer Liege is a black/white hybrid, is it considered to be both a white and a black creature?

    2a) For the Deathbringer Liege's abilities:
    Other white creatures get 1/ 1
    Other black creatures get 1/ 1 ...
    if the creature is a black/white hybrid, does it get a 2/ 2 bonus?
    2b)Does the ability also work on the Deathbringer Liege itself (making it a 5/6 creature)?
    2c)If you had multiple Deathbringer Lieges out, would this ability stack (if you had 2 deathbringer lieges out, would there be a 2/ 2 bonus to all white, 2/ 2 to all black, and potentially 4/ 4 to all white/black creatures)?
     
  2. WildWon

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    1) Yes.

    2a) Good question. Was wondering that this weekend. Doubt it though.
    2b) Never thought of it, curious though.
    2c) Multiples WOULD stack... but i don't think the 4/4... because of question 2a, which i really doubt would work like that.

    Again, not definite... and i prolly shouldn't post, because i really don't know, but those are my assumptions lol.
     
  3. Veho

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    1) Yes.

    2a) Yes.

    2b) No, it says other creatures.

    3c) Yes, they would stack. And multicoloured creatures get bonuses that apply to any and all of their colours. So Deathbringer Liege would give another black/white multicoloured creature +2/+2.
     
  4. Gab

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    Yes. and the other Deathbringer Liege gets a +2/+2 from the other one making both 5/6.
     
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    Muchas gracias!