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    Default does birthing pod have summoning sickness?

    does a birthing pod have summoning sickness first turn?

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    Default Re: does birthing pod have summoning sickness?

    Technically, yes. However, since it isn't a creature, it isn't affected by it.
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    so it can put creature out first turn?

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    Yes.
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    ok also just to be sure:
    can the birthing pod sacrifice a creature with summoning sickness?
    does the creature put into battlefield with birthing pod has summoning sickness himself?

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    Default Re: does birthing pod have summoning sickness?

    The rule informally known as "summoning sickness" does not affect a creature's ability to be sacrificed:

    Summoning Sickness Rule
    Informal term for a player’s inability to attack with a creature or to activate its abilities that include the tap
    symbol or the untap symbol unless the creature has been under that player’s control since the beginning of
    that player’s most recent turn. See rule 302.6. See also Haste.
    The above quote should also answer your second question. Since the new creature has (obviously) not been continuously under your control since the beginning of your current turn, that new creature is indeed "summoning sick." Again, unless it has Haste, as the quote above points out.

 

 




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