Bile Blight needs its single target to be legal in order to resolve and do anything, so you have the chance to remove that target in response in order to save the rest of your creatures that share a name with it!
Pack Rats can be a bit complicated when it comes to combat and state-based actions, similar to "Lords" that die during combat making your other creatures smaller. Be aware of these subtleties before you throw away a game unknowingly!
I control a . Then I target it with 4 s and 4 s. Then I put a +1/+1 counter on it and turn it blue somehow. You know, for good measure. Now I use ’s ability (don't ask me how I cast 8 spells and still had another card to discard along with the mana for all this... I swear I wasn't cheating), and my 30/30 performs an act of magnificent mitosis! Mwahahaha… ...why is my token a 2/2? First off, when a token enters the battlefield via a spell or ability, that spell or ability defines the