Chimeric Staff - Tenth Edition
  • All printings
  • Chimeric Staff - Tenth Edition (card.rarity.R) Chimeric Staff - Urza's Saga (card.rarity.R)


  • Expansion : Tenth Edition - 313/383 (card.rarity.R) Tenth Edition (card.rarity.R)
  • Artist : Michael Sutfin

English printing

  • Chimeric Staff
  • Artifact
  • x: Chimeric Staff becomes an X/X Construct artifact creature until end of turn.
  • The staff unraveled in a chaotic chorus of clanging, becoming an improbable beast of hissing blades.

French printing

  • Bâton chimérique
  • Artefact
  • x : Le Bâton chimérique devient une créature-artefact X/X Construction jusqu'à la fin du tour.
  • Le bâton se déploya dans un grand fracas métallique pour devenir une bête improbable de lames sifflantes.


  • Chimeric Staff
  • Artifact
  • {X}: Chimeric Staff becomes an X/X Construct artifact creature until end of turn.


  • A noncreature permanent that turns into a creature is subject to the "summoning sickness" rule: It can only attack, and its {T} abilities can only be activated, if its controller has continuously controlled that permanent since the beginning of his or her most recent turn. [2008-08-01]
  • If Chimeric Staff is already an artifact creature when you activate its ability, Chimeric Staff stays an artifact creature but the ability resets its creature types. You always apply the effect from this card before counters or other effects that modify power and toughness. For example, if you pay {3} to make it a 3/3, then someone gives it -1/-1, it will be a 2/2. If you then activate the ability with {4}, you will apply the "4/4" effect before the -1/-1 effect, so the end result will be a 3/3. Damage that was dealt to the creature stays on it. [2009-10-01]


  • NM/MT : 0,20 € Quotation increase
  • Foil : 2,00 € Quotation decrease


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