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This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The relevant phases go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away duringbefore the "declare blockers" phaseopponent declares blockers! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks, since you have to cast them before opponent can declare blockers. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.

This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The relevant phases go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away during the "declare blockers" phase! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks, since you have to cast them before opponent can declare blockers. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.

This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The relevant phases go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away before the opponent declares blockers! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.

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This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The relevant phases itself go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away during the "declare blockers" phase! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks, since you have to cast them before opponent can declare blockers. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.

This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The phases itself go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away during the "declare blockers" phase! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks, since you have to cast them before opponent can declare blockers. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.

This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The relevant phases go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away during the "declare blockers" phase! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks, since you have to cast them before opponent can declare blockers. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.

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This means that you get to keep the mana until the end of turn. Note this is important: without this line of text, the mana would be almost useless, because it disappears during combat. The phases itself go like:

  • Precombat main phase
  • Beginning of combat
  • Declare attackers (Savage Ventmaw and Grand Warlord Radha add mana now)
  • Declare blockers
  • First strike damage
  • Regular damage
  • End of combat
  • Postcombat main phase

Without this line of text, the mana goes away during the "declare blockers" phase! That means not only are you constrained to spending that mana on activated abilities & instants, it doesn't even work very well with combat tricks, since you have to cast them before opponent can declare blockers. With this line of text, you can now use the mana on a postcombat creature or sorcery, making the ability much more useful.