Multicolored and protection

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Just a quick question: If a creature has protection from, lets say, white and a multicolored spell (lets say white, red) is casted on it does the protection still applyes?



(E.G.: Knight of Infamy blocks   Truefire Paladin  and nothing happens to the Knight?)


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Truefire Paladin is white
that is all Knight of Infamy cares about, he doesn't care that the Paladin is also red
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And to try to decode that first sentence (because the given example doesn't really match the provided text):
 
If a creature has protection from white, it cannot even be targetted by a red-and-white spell.  The question of "a multicolored spell (lets say white, red) is casted on it does the protection still applyes?" is a faulty question, because the fact that it prot-white means that such a spell CAN'T have been cast(ed?) on it.  It's not as though the spell happens and then the protecion kicks in and saves your creature - a (red-and)white spell cannot even be announced with a prot-white creature as the target.
Knight of Infamy cannot be targeted by Lightning Helix because Lightning Helix is white.

It is also red. It is also an instant. It is also a card. It is also a spell (if it's being cast). It is also multicolored. It is also nongreen. It is also noncreature. However, none of those are relevant to the question "Is it white?" which is the only question Knight of Infamy asks.

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

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