Do tokens activate Grave Pact?

When tokens are sent to the graveyard, do they trigger Grave Pact’s ability? Yes, tokens will be in the graveyard long to enough to trigger any relevant abilities (such as that of Grave Pact), then cease to exist as a state-based action.

Do tokens trigger go to the graveyard?

A: Tokens go to the graveyard as regular creatures, and are removed as a “state-based effect” when a player gets priority again. They stay in the graveyard long enough to trigger abilities, like the one of Soulcatchers’ Aerie, before they are removed.

Do tokens trigger leave the graveyard?

The Tomb looks for creature cards leaving the graveyard. Tokens are not cards even if represented by pieces of card board. Tokens cannot trigger the artifact for that reason. They do leave the graveyard by ceasing to exist, since they were there and then they are not, therefore they left.

Do tokens count as monsters in the graveyard?

Monster Tokens are monsters that appear on the field as the result of a card’s effect. They are not included in the Deck, and cannot be sent anywhere other than the field, such as the hand or Graveyard.

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Do tokens see the graveyard?

Yes it does. Although very briefly. The token is moved to the graveyard and remains there until state based actions are checked, at which time it ceases to exist.

Do tokens trigger Konrad?

It will only trigger once. It will trigger when the token dies, but a token is not a card, and that part of the ability only triggers if a creature card leaves your graveyard.

Do tokens get summoning sickness?

You said it’s an instant that creates tokens. If the spell is cast anytime before that player’s turn, then when it becomes that player’s turn, since the tokens have been under his or her control since the beginning of the turn, they do not suffer summoning sickness.

Do tokens count as dying?

Yes. A creature did die (that is, went from the battlefield to the graveyard). The fact that the token ceases to exist doesn’t matter to those abilities. Keep in mind that tokens are not cards, so an ability that refers to cards specifically (Bloodchief Ascension for example) won’t trigger from tokens dying.

Do tokens trigger death effects?

If something had a “when this dies” is killed by [[Lava Coil]] it doesn’t trigger because it doesn’t go to the graveyard. But tokens don’t either and yet things like [[Cruel Celebrant]] and the passive of [[Liliana Dreadhorde General]] trigger when they die from damage or sacrifice or destroy effects or whatever.

Does sacrificing a token count as dying?

Yes you can . Dying is a keyword that means going from the battlefield to the graveyard. This includes sacrifice.

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Can I XYZ summon with tokens?

Tokens cannot be used as Xyz Materials, because Xyz Materials are attached to the Xyz Monster and attached Xyz Materials are not considered to be on the field.

Do tokens count towards devotion?

The only way for a token to contribute towards devotion is if the token has a converted mana cost (i.e. see Pack Rat). Fyi, most tokens don’t have a cmc. Yup, tokens only have CMC if they’re copies of a real card.

Do tokens count for Bloodchief ascension?

Tokens are not cards. They are permanents, etc, and they certainly hit the graveyard, but they are never considered cards.

Do tokens enter the battlefield?

A token is a marker used to represent any permanent that isn’t represented by a card. 111.2. The player who creates a token is its owner. The token enters the battlefield under that player’s control.

Are tokens permanents in MTG?

A card or token becomes a permanent as it enters the battlefield and it stops being a permanent as it’s moved to another zone by an effect or rule. 110.2. A permanent’s owner is the same as the owner of the card that represents it (unless it’s a token; see rule 111.2).

Does fresh meat work with tokens?

Fresh Meat counts all creatures you owned that went to the graveyard this turn, including creature tokens that entered the battlefield under your control and nontoken creatures you owned but didn’t control.