We've gone a level past two-card synergy: now we're discussing ONE CARD SYNERGY! Or we're just throwing around the word 'synergy' more often than a late-90s office-slogan guy, take your pick. We're sticking with for today's tip as well though. Now, you probably know that the game considers each Ashiok you play to be a totally different object from the others. If you exile 3 or 4 solid cards with Ashiok before it eats sufficient removal, your second Ashiok won't 'see' the cards the first exiled,
The active player gets priority after a spell resolves, and can use that priority to activate a loyalty ability (adding counters as a cost) before the opponent can cast an instant.
is one of the newest planeswalkers in Theros. Ashiok lets you exile your opponent's cards, and then lets you put any creatures exiled by it on the battlefield with the second ability. But all good things must come to an end some time, so what happens to the cards in exile if Ashiok leaves the battlefield? The answer is nothing. They remain in exile. Nothing is telling you to do anything to the exiled cards when Ashiok leaves the battlefield, so they'll remain in exile. Even if Ashiok returns