MTG Card Hagra Mauling // Hagra Broodpit
|Converted mana cost||4|
|Set||ZNR - Zendikar Rising|
|Illustred by||Victor Adame Minguez|
This card is found in a booster pack.
This card be found in foil.
Formats and restrictions
Text of card Hagra Mauling // Hagra Broodpit
This spell costs less to cast if an opponent controls no basic lands. Destroy target creature.
Rules and information for Hagra Mauling // Hagra Broodpit
Hagra Mauling’s first ability reduces the cost by only , even if you have two opponents with no basic lands. It reduces the cost even if some opponents control basic lands, as long as one controls no basic lands.
The opponent who controls no basic lands doesn’t have to be the controller of the target creature for Hagra Mauling’s cost to be reduced.
There is a single triangle icon in the top left corner of the front face. There is a double triangle icon in the top left corner of the back face.
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A modal double-faced card can’t be transformed or be put onto the battlefield transformed. Ignore any instruction to transform a modal double-faced card or to put one onto the battlefield transformed.
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In the Commander variant, a double-faced card’s color identity is determined by the mana costs and mana symbols in the rules text of both faces combined. If either face has a color indicator or basic land type, those are also considered.