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The Card Day of the Dragons says the following:

Day of the Dragons card

When Day of the Dragons leaves the battlefield, sacrifice all Dragons you control. Then return the exiled cards to the battlefield under your control.

Note the part I've highlighted. What exactly does that mean?

For example, if I invoke a dragon card after using the enchantment (Dromar, the Banisher for example), when the enchantment leaves play do I have to sacrifice both my 5/5 Dragon tokens and Dromar?

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Yes, you would have to sacrifice all dragons creatures and creature tokens under your control, regardless of where they came from or when they were cast. All Dragons means all permanents (creatures, tokens) that have have Dragon in their supertype or subtype. "Under your control" should be clear.

  • Since it say you control, if I cast a card control (instant) on an opponent's dragon before the enchantment leaves play, I'll have to destroy it also, right? Anyways, that's sad I have to destroy dragons unrelated to the enchantment also. Thanks for answer. – RaphaelDDL Sep 30 '13 at 20:39
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    Yup, that's what I was trying to get at with "regardless of where they came from". Similarly, you would sacrifice any Dragon tokens under your control created by any other spells/abilities. – Gregor Sep 30 '13 at 20:43
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    pair this with a clever use of Ego erasure and Naturalize and you can get all your creatures back and keep all your dragons. – Pow-Ian Sep 30 '13 at 20:44
  • @Pow-Ian This combo is so pretty and cheap mana cost! Thanks for pointing out. – RaphaelDDL Oct 1 '13 at 13:26
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    Thanks for asking the question, I would not have thought of it if you hadn't. – Pow-Ian Oct 1 '13 at 15:30

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