If I have a card effect like Glorious Anthem that gives creatures a +1 bonus and I then bring a creature into play. Does the creature coming into play receive a +1 counter? Or does the creature only receive the bonus as long as the enchantment is in play? I've heard it both ways and the rulings are stupid long and full of examples that I don't see appling here.
I play in the same game as Dr. Bell (don't let him fool you he's only a chiropractor). Anyway we need a little clearer answer.
Is that correct?
Also is it different if the card says it give counters? I could see counters being permanent.
Glorious Anthem will give all of your creatures +1/+1 it doesn't matter when they came into play.
If the Glorious Anthem leaves play, your creatures lose the +1/+1
If you cast Overrun only the creatures on the battlefield when it resolves get the +3/+3.
Neither of these deal with +1/+1 counters. +1/+1 counters will stay on a creature until it changes zones, or something specifically removes them.
That's how we used to play it, before our friend that plays with little kids told us otherwise. Thanks
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