Wild Beastmaster with Wild Beastmaster

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I want to make sure I am understanding this right.  If I have four Wild beastmasters in play and attack with all of them, will their powers and toughnesses be 15/15, 14/14, 12/12, and 8/8?
 They all start as 1/1s, the four abilities go on the stack.  First one resolving making their numbers 1/1, 2/2, 2/2, 2/2.  The second one resolves making the numbers 3/3, 2/2, 4/4, 4/4.  The third; 7/7, 6/6, 4/4, and 8/8.  Finally, the fourth puts them at the top.  Or is this wrong?
Wild Beastmaster

Note that it says each OTHER creature.

The first one will make all but one of them 2/2. The second will give all of them but himself +2/+2, the third will give +4/+4, etc.

First resolution: 1/1, 2/2, 2/2, 2/2
Second resolution: 3/3, 2/2, 4/4, 4/4
Third Resolution: 7/7, 6/6, 4/4, 8/8
Fourth Resolution: 15/15, 14/14, 12/12, 8/8

Yeah, you were right.

For the love of god, don't do this in a real match :P 

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let's see

first trigger resolves:
1/1, 2/2, 2/2, 2/2

second trigger resolves
3/3, 2/2, 4/4, 4/4

third trigger resolves
7/7, 6/6, 4/4, 8/8

fourth trigger resolves
15/15, 14/14, 12/12, 8/8

/edit: damn you fenix and your edits! :p
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For the love of god, don't do this in a real match :P 

You can use dice or stones to keep track.
I was thinking of comboing it with a bunch other other little creatures and Infinite Reflection.  Maybe add some boost spells like Giant growth (or Echoing Courage).
That is hilarious!
Throw in some Kiki Jiki infinite creature combo in for lols.

Do it at a multiplayer tournament, create 1000 Beastmasters, cast a spell that gives them all lifelink, attack with all of them, then call a judge to ask how much power and toughness they each have so you can find out how much life you gain.
Sadly, Infinite Reflection does not work on tokens, so the minds of the players and judges are safe (kind of).

Followed Footsteps is slow, but would work. Or one could use Cackling Counterpart and such. Then populate a lot ...

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