Can you counter indestructible?
Yes, you can. The entirety of the rules for indestructible is that a creature with indestructible cannot be destroyed: 702.12a Indestructible is a static ability.
How do you destroy an indestructible creature in Magic?
How to Destroy an Indestructible Creature
- Exile It. If you can’t face your problems, send them somewhere else.
- Reduce Its Toughness to 0.
- Make Your Opponent Sacrifice It.
- Counter It.
- Enchant It.
- Discard It from Your Opponent’s Hand.
- Send It to Your Opponent’s Library.
- Bounce It Back to Your Opponent’s Hand.
Can you regenerate from counters?
No, a creature cannot use Regenerate to avoid being countered. When your friend casts Mortivore, it goes on the Stack as a Spell. It is not a Creature until the spell resolves and leaves the stack. Counterspell uses the Counter keyword action, which removes a spell from the stack.
Can a creature have +1 and counters?
A +1/+1 counter on a creature adds one to its power and toughness. Creatures using +1/+1 counters were among the most popular in the early history of the game. For ease of comprehension, blocks tend to focus on only a single type of counter on creatures, and +1/+1 counters are the default choice.
Can destroy all destroy indestructible?
Indestructible is an evergreen keyword ability. Indestructible permanents can’t be destroyed by rules or effects….Indestructible.
|Reminder Text||Indestructible (Damage and effects that say “destroy” don’t destroy this.)|
Does regenerate work against negative counters?
If a creature has negative (or zero) toughness, it will go to the graveyard as a State-Based action. This is not destruction, and regeneration can not replace this event.
Does a regenerated creature lose counters?
Regeneration replaces a destruction effect so the permanent never dies. It doesn’t leave the battlefield so it doesn’t lose counters or anything attached to it.
Do +1 and counters cancel each other out?
Yes, +1/+1 counters and -1/-1 counters will cancel each other other. This is done as as state-based action, any time a player is about to receive priority.
Do 1 /+ 1 counters cancel?
If a creature ever has +1/+1 counters and -1/-1 counters on it, the two kinds of counters immediately “cancel out,” one for one, until only one kind of counter remains.