Enchanted Evening

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Ok, We've been using Shadowmoor Proxies to figure out what cards to order.

My opponent has out [C]Enchanted Evening[/C] and [C]Kyren Sniper[/C].
He then casts [C]Paradox Haze[/C] enchanting himself for more upkeeps.
He then Enchants the [C]Paradox Haze[/C] with [C]Followed Footsteps[/C]

Can you even do this with Enchanted Evening in play? wouldn't creature enchantments fall off becuase they themselfves are creatures?

Anyways....we figure you start with 1 upkeep, then padox haze gives you a second, then the foosteps triggers and gives you a another paradox haze....so next turn you get 3 upkeeps, but the footsteps triggers 3 times, so next turn you get 6 upkeeps, but the footsteps triggers 6 times....then 12....24.....48.......

Is this correct so far? or are we way off?

Anyways he eventually drew a second [C]Followed Footsteps[/C]. He decides to enchant the first [C]Followed Footsteps[/C] with this new one.........

what the heck happens now?
Enchanted Evening turns creatures into enchantments, it does not turn enchantments into creatures. You cannot play Followed Footsteps on something that is not a creature.
Followed Footsteps enchants a creature. Paradox Haze is not a creature. This has nothing to do with Enchanted Evening.
Oops.....
Yeah, I meant [C]Opalescence[/C] sorry.....
the Enchanted Evening was in play....but forgot the Opalescence was what turned them into critters
Oops.....
Yeah, I meant [C]Opalescence[/C] sorry.....
the Enchanted Evening was in play....but forgot the Opalescence was what turned them into critters

In that case, remember that Opalescence specifies non-aura enchantments, in part just to prevent such confusion.
Not to Bump a thread, but We see that no one has answered the question that was asked...
The OP was only told how their scenario does not 'work' as written.

Not to post Strategy, but the scenario WOULD 'work' if...
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You are enchanted by Paradox Haze, and you control Opalescence, and a Copy Enchantment (that is NOT a Copy of anything) that's enchanted by Followed Footsteps.

The Copy Enchantment is a nonAura Enchantment, which the Opal makes into a Creature.
Since it IS a Creature, the Footsteps CAN enchant it.

When the Footsteps makes a Token copy, you CAN choose for it to Come-into-Play as any Enchantment In Play... Including the Haze that's Enchanting you.

Now, that the scenario is in place...

The Paradox Haze(s) will ONLY trigger at the Beginning of your first Upkeep step.
If you gain control of a Haze during your first Upkeep step, or had controlled them at the beginning of any subsequent Upkeep steps of the Turn, they Haze(s) will NOT trigger.
[indent]On your first turn, you are enchanted by 1 Haze, and you will have 2 Upkeeps (1 normal, 1 extra).
In each Upkeep, you can get a Copy of the Haze to Enchant you.

On your second turn, you are enchanted by 3 Hazes, and will have 4 Upkeeps (1 normal, 3 extra).
In each Upkeep, you can get a Copy of the Haze to Enchant you.

On your third turn, you are enchanted by 7 Hazes, and will have 8 Upkeeps (1 normal, 7 extra).
In each Upkeep, you can get a Copy of the Haze to Enchant you.[/indent]
As you can see, this gets exponential.
Not to Bump a thread, but We see that no one has answered the question that was asked...
The OP was only told how their scenario does not 'work' as written.

Not to post Strategy, but the scenario WOULD 'work' if...

Maybe not Strategy, but Corner Cases are generally not the correct response either. Telling the OP that their scenario did not work at all was the correct response to the Rules inquiry. Going to find the Corner Case to make it work was certainly not on the mind of most people here.
Maybe not Strategy, but Corner Cases are generally not the correct response either. Telling the OP that their scenario did not work at all was the correct response to the Rules inquiry. Going to find the Corner Case to make it work was certainly not on the mind of most people here.

Well, the point of Our post was not to point out the corner-case, but to help the OP understand HOW Paradox Haze works.
Which was absent in any of the previous responses...