Sever the Bloodline will also exile clones of the targeted creature.

Cards like (with or without kicker) and that make a token copy of a card seem to be fairly intuitive to most players. What is that token? Well, it's exactly the card that it copied! If you copy a with Cackling counterpart, the token created is still named Runeclaw Bear. On the surface, creature cards like and that have their own name--and sometimes some extra abilities--seem more confusing. Really, though, there isn't a tremendous difference. If you ask a Phantasmal Image that copied

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Ratchet Bomb destroys most tokens, but not all of them.

Tokens created by a spell or triggered ability such as ’s golem token or ’ spirit tokens have no defined mana cost, and therefore have a converted mana cost ("CMC") of zero. A activated with zero charge counters is more than adequate to wipe out a field of tokens generated in this manner. When a token is a copy of something, however, this isn't always the case. Mana cost is copied for the token, and it will have the appropriate corresponding converted mana cost. For example, if you were

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