Geist of Saint Traft/Wayfaring Temple

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Wich would resolve first, the exile of the token or the populate?
would I have time to populate befor the 4/4 token would be exile? 

     
Wayfaring Temple deals combat damage in the combat damage step. This comes before the End Combat step (which is actually the following step). You will always have a chance to populate the token.

Rules Advisor

Please autocard: [c]Shard Phoenix[/c] = Shard Phoenix.

Attack phase is composed of different steps:
1 Beginning of combat step
2 Declare attacks step : it is here that the geist and the temple are declared as attackers, the geist's triggered ability triggers (and resolves) here, putting an angel into play and attacking
3 Declare blockers step
4 Combat damage step : this is here that damege is assigned, the temple damages the player here and its ability triggers, and eventually resolves, allowing you to populate the angel
5 End of combat step : this is here that the delayed triggered ability of the geist triggers and eventually resolves, exiling the token created with the geist's triggered ability.

Short answer: yes, you can. :D

Rules Advisor

The Basic rulebook, read it! A lot of basic questions are answered there!

How to autocard :
Type [c]Black Lotus[/c] to get Black Lotus.
Type [c=Black Lotus]The Overpowered One[/c] to get The Overpowered One.

Good, thanks guys. I  was thinking of adding Cacking Counterpart to copy  Wayfaring Temple and "populate" cards to mack as meny copys of him as posable as well. and then add Collective Blessing just for fun.

     
Just so you know, it is more convenient to use autocarding rather than posting pictures of the cards in question.

Use the tags and [/c ] (without the space after the c) in order to make a link to the card.[c]Geist of Saint Traft. Wayfaring Temple
Just so you know, it is more convenient to use autocarding rather than posting pictures of the cards in question.

Use the tags and [/c ] (without the space after the c) in order to make a link to the card.[c]Geist of Saint Traft. Wayfaring Temple

so I tip the name of the card where the "c" is ?
No, it's similar to using HTML tags. The name of the card goes on either side of the tags.

So, for example, [*c]Geist of Saint Traft[*/c] (without the asterisks) gives you: Geist of Saint Traft
No, it's similar to using HTML tags. The name of the card goes on either side of the tags.

So, for example, [*c]Geist of Saint Traft[*/c] (without the asterisks) gives you: Geist of Saint Traft

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