|Introduced||Conspiracy: Take the Crown|
|Last Used||Commander 2019|
|Reminder Text||Goad (Until your next turn, that creature attacks each combat if able and attacks a player other than you if able.)|
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Description[edit | edit source]
A goaded creature has to attack a player (not a planeswalker) other than you if it can. The controller of a goaded creature still chooses who the creature attacks. If it's tapped, then it can't attack. If there's a cost to attack, its controller doesn't have to pay that cost, and if he or she doesn't, the creature doesn't have to attack. A creature with defender still can't attack.
If the creature can't attack a player other than you, then it must attack you or a planeswalker if it can. This is most likely when the game is down to two players.
A goaded creature remains goaded until your next turn.
Rules[edit | edit source]
- A keyword action that forces a creature to attack and to attack another player if able. See rule 701.37, “Goad.”
- 701.37. Goad
- 701.37a Certain spells and abilities can goad a creature. Until the next turn of the controller of that spell or ability, that creature attacks each combat if able and attacks a player other than that player if able.
- 701.37b A static ability may state that a creature “is goaded.” That creature attacks each combat if able and attacks a player other than the controller of the permanent with that static ability if able.
- 701.37c Once a player has goaded a creature, the same player goading it again has no effect. It doesn’t create additional combat requirements.
Examples[edit | edit source]
Creature — Homunculus
When Jeering Homunculus enters the battlefield, you may goad target creature. (Until your next turn, that creature attacks each combat if able and attacks a player other than you if able.)