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comment Can Teysa, Orzhov Scion sacrifice itself and still use its 2nd ability?
@Pablo, good point.
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accepted When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
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comment When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
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answered Are (un)tapped permanents still legal targets for “(un)tap target permanent” effects?
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comment When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
If I'm reading correctly; this answer is in full agreement with @ikegami's most updated answer... the sacrifice is simultaneous because there's only 1 "sacrifice" action written. But if they weren't simultaneous; if you were paying a cost of "sacrifice a creature, sacrifice a creature, sacrifice a creature:" instead; then the order you chose would matter.
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comment When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
Based on 603.1 and the glossary definition for "event", I'm thinking that @diego's answer is more correct... each sacrifice is a separate "event", so if they did happen one at a time, after each sacrifice 603.6d would look back to just before that sacrifice; in which case the order would matter. But because they are sacrificed simultaneously, there is no order.
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comment When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
Do you have a reference for your last paragraph? The rules say that it "looks back in time to before the event", but I'm not clear what "the event" is. The other answer says that it will look back before any costs were paid; you're saying that it would look back to just before each creature was sacrificed (if they were sacrificed one at a time instead of all at once).
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comment When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
@murgatroid99 I got the idea from the phrase "pays the total cost in any order". But I guess "three parts of the cost" would have been a better phrasing than "3 separate costs."
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asked When you “sacrifice 3 creatures” as a cost, are they sacrificed one at a time?
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comment Does the 2nd ability of Teysa, Orzhov Scion trigger with mass destruction?
@murgatroid99 Yes, forgot to add the link, thanks!
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revised Does the 2nd ability of Teysa, Orzhov Scion trigger with mass destruction?
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comment Does the 2nd ability of Teysa, Orzhov Scion trigger with mass destruction?
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answered Does the 2nd ability of Teysa, Orzhov Scion trigger with mass destruction?
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revised Does an equipped creature become an artifact creature?
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comment Can Teysa, Orzhov Scion sacrifice itself and still use its 2nd ability?
Actually, 603.6d is still needed, because the triggered ability isn't put on the stack in the middle of paying the costs anyway. It is added to the stack after Teysa's ability.
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comment Can Teysa, Orzhov Scion sacrifice itself and still use its 2nd ability?
I would think that "Sacrifice 3 creatures" counts as all 1 cost, not 3 separate costs to be paid in any order. But I could see it either way. 601.2g isn't clear on this, do you have another reference?
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revised Does an equipped creature become an artifact creature?
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answered Does an equipped creature become an artifact creature?