Is far and away considered a multi colour card? Can i use FAR to bounce back soldier of pantheon?
The card as a whole is multicolored. But if you only cast the far half, then that spell is only blue and you can bounce Soldier of the Pantheon.
It's multicolored in all zones except the stack, because it has two sets of characteristics in all zones except the stack (one black, one blue).
On the stack, it is whatever color it is. If you cast only Far, it's only blue. If you cast only Away, it's only black. It you fuse it, it's both. You can bounce Soldier of the Pantheon with Far, but only if you DON'T fuse it.
Please autocard: [c]Shard Phoenix[/c] = Shard Phoenix.
soldier of the pantheon
If you cast both halves of far //away it is multicolored, otherwise it is only the color of the half you cast.
So it could be used on soldier of the pantheon as long as you only cast half of it.
Side note: how do you autocard far // away?
Far // Away
can i cast far on another creature then use away to make my opponent sac a creature and in this case the remaining creature is a soldier of pantheon then that would work right??
No. If you fuse it, it's two colors, and it can't target Soldier of the Pantheon.
EDIT: I read your question wrong. If your opponent has no other creatures, you can use Away to make them sacrifice Soldier of the Pantheon. The Far side always resolves before the Away side, so the Far target will get bounced first.
the patheon is not protected from being sacrificed by its player
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Yes that works.
Away doesn't target creature , it target player , if Soldier of the Pantheon is only one creature your opponent control , he/she has to sacrifice it.
Let's say your opponent control two creatures , one is Soldier of Pantheon , one is 2/2 flying token.
You cast fused far // away , target 2/2 token with Far and target your opponent with Away.
When Fused Spell resolves , follow instruction of the Left side (Far) first.
So , the token is returned to your opoonent's hand (and cease to exist) , then your opponent sacrifice a creature.
He/she has to sacrifice the Soldier of Pantheon.
Please autocard , check it on [read this first] - creating a rules thread.
And use lower case c to autocard.
Nitpick: The token ceases to exist after the Soldier got sacrificed and Far // Away has been put into the graveyard. It's a state based action, which are not checked during the resolution of a spell/ability, but afterwards.
Also note, that the fused Far // Away triggers the Soldier's life gaining ability.
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Far // Away
Lol that didn't help me much. I know how to autocard but every combination I tried for far // away didn't work.
It shows up when I try to edit my post, but nothing is on the finished post.
It's just like usual autocarding, with " // " between the two names of the halves (don't forget the spaces!). So [*c]Far // Away[*/c] without the *s becomes Far // Away.