Today we’ll be talking about , a creature with a rather unusual ability; it doesn’t do anything until you’re about to lose the game! Of course, the effect is a powerful one indeed, which replaces losing with going back to your starting life total, one which essentially undoes all your opponent’s hard work if they were trying to win by damage. It doesn’t even matter if the Angel would die at the same time (you’ll still regain life, and then you’ll decide whether to send the Angel to
Two-Headed Giant is often a bit of a mystery for some people, so we explain how "You can't lose the game" effects work when you have a teammate.
Just as you can’t spend mana that you do not have, you can’t pay more life than your current life total. For example, if you have a life total of less than 5, then you cannot pay the Morph cost of a . This is true even if an effect prevents you from losing the game even if you have a life total of zero or less. Examples of effects that prevent you from losing the game would be and .