Nirkana Revenant

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I was wondering how the rules go for "Adding S mana to your mana pool" of this card.

A: Is the mana gain permanent? 

B: If so, does the gain disappear if that card is taken off of the field?

Thanks 
The same as a land in fact.


When you tap a Swamp for example, it adds to your mana pool which is much like an invisible bank that keeps the mana there until you use it up or change phases in a turn.


Nirkana Revenant merely gives you another black in addition to it, giving you 2 black "floating" usually.


If Revenant goes, (or is about to die) you can tap your swamp(s) for additional mana before she dies.
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I was wondering how the rules go for "Adding S mana to your mana pool" of this card.

A: Is the mana gain permanent? 

B: If so, does the gain disappear if that card is taken off of the field?

Thanks 



Mana is not land.  This is a common confusion, and I suggest reading this:
community.wizards.com/go/thread/view/758...

When you add to your mana pool, that means you get one black mana to spend.  If you don't spend it by the end of the current step or phase, it will disappear.

 
I was wondering how the rules go for "Adding S mana to your mana pool" of this card.

A: Is the mana gain permanent? 

B: If so, does the gain disappear if that card is taken off of the field?

Thanks 



Mana is not land.  This is a common confusion, and I suggest reading this:
community.wizards.com/go/thread/view/758...

When you add to your mana pool, that means you get one black mana to spend.  If you don't spend it by the end of the current step or phase, it will disappear.

 

Thank you.