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The land is tapped for mana and that mana is available until the end of the current phase or step.

For example, the Combat phase has several steps.

The combat phase is the third phase in a turn, and has five steps in this >order:

Beginning of Combat Step

Declare Attackers Step

Declare Blockers Step

Combat Damage Step

End of Combat Stepetc...

Mana tapped, then the land being destroyed sounds unlikely to happen all in a single phase or step, as land destruction is often sorcery speed. You would have to be tapping on opponent's turn, or they have instant speed destruction, but yes, the mana stays until end of the step, within the phase.

The land is tapped for mana and that mana is available until the end of the current phase or step.

For example, the Combat phase has several steps.

The combat phase is the third phase in a turn, and has five steps in this >order:

Beginning of Combat Step

Declare Attackers Step

Declare Blockers Step

Combat Damage Step

End of Combat Step

Mana tapped, then the land being destroyed sounds unlikely to happen all in a single phase or step, as land destruction is often sorcery speed. You would have to be tapping on opponent's turn, or they have instant speed destruction, but yes, the mana stays until end of the step, within the phase.

The land is tapped for mana and that mana is available until the end of the current phase or step.

For example, the Combat phase has several steps.

The combat phase is the third phase in a turn, and has five steps in this >order:

Beginning of Combat Step

Declare Attackers Step

etc...

Mana tapped, then the land being destroyed sounds unlikely to happen all in a single phase or step, as land destruction is often sorcery speed. You would have to be tapping on opponent's turn, or they have instant speed destruction, but yes, the mana stays until end of the step, within the phase.

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The land is tapped for mana and that mana is available until the end of the current phase or step.

For example, the Combat phase has several steps.

The combat phase is the third phase in a turn, and has five steps in this >order:

Beginning of Combat Step

Declare Attackers Step

Declare Blockers Step

Combat Damage Step

End of Combat Step

Mana tapped, then the land being destroyed sounds unlikely to happen all in a single phase or step, as land destruction is often sorcery speed. You would have to be tapping on opponent's turn, or they have instant speed destruction, but yes, the mana stays until end of the step, within the phase.