If Geth's Verdict makes me sacrifice a creature and I choose to sacrifice Unworthy Dead , can I regenerate it after the sacrifice?

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If Geth's Verdict makes me sacrifice a creature and I choose to sacrifice Unworthy Dead, can I regenerate it after the sacrifice?
No.
Regeneration does not protect against «sacrifice». It protects against «destroy».

If I steal a hundred dollar from a loot of one thousand, people might notice;

If I steal a hundred dollar from a loot of one million, I might get away with it;

If I wish to steal even more and still go unnoticed, I need to make the loot bigger.

 

Now you know why taxes always go up.

 

Looting: ''the plundering of public assets by corrupt or greedy authorities'' (Wikipedia)

I wouldnt say "protects". ;)

@ OP: This wont work for 2 reasons:
1) regeneration replaces destruction, and sacrifice isnt a form of destruction
2) regeneration "shields" have to be set up in advance, so you cannot wait until after the creature is in the graveyard to try to regenerate it.

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Not bad. But what happens flavor wise when one kamahl kills the other one?
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57799958 wrote:
That makes no sense to me. If they spelled the ability out on the card in full then it would not be allowed in a mono-black Commander deck, but because they used a keyword to save space it is allowed? ~ Tim
Yup, just like you can have Birds of paradise in a mono green deck but not Noble Hierarch. YAY COLOR IDENTITY
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Is algebra really that difficult?
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And no judge will ever give you a game loss for playing snow covered lands.
I now have a new goal in life. ;)
Regeneration doesn't bring a creature back from the graveyard. Regeneration just "blocks" one instance of destruction. You have to use it before the creature would be destroyed, not after.

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Sacrifice != Destruction, although it resolves similarly. An indestructible creature can be sacrificed and will "die" regardless. A regenerated creature can be sacrificed, and will go to the graveyard without regenerating. A "sacrificed" permanent is not "destroyed" at any point, and thus the related abilities will not trigger.
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can I regenerate it after the sacrifice?

you can activate the ability in response to Geth's Verdict, but it won't save it.
Regeneration only works against destroy actions or effects.
Once it's left the field the ability can't be activated.

Destroy actions and effects can happen 3 ways and only 3 ways.

  1. spells or abilities that say destroy eg. Murder or Day of Judgment

  2. the State Based Action for lethal damage

  3. the State Based Action for damage from a source with deathtouch

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