If Invocation of Saint Traft enchants an opponent's creature, is the opponent the one who creates the creature token or is it the owner/controller of the aura card? For what it's worth, I would still control the aura.
Whenever this creature attacks, create a 4/4 white Angel creature token with flying that’s tapped and attacking. Exile that token at end of combat.”
I'm aware that the token can't enter attacking for a player who isn't currently attacking, and instead just enters tapped, as per Crafty Cutpurse rulings:
If a token would be created tapped and attacking, but the token’s controller isn’t an attacking player, that token is created tapped but not attacking. If a token would be created blocking a creature, but the token’s controller isn’t a defending player, that token is created but isn’t blocking. (2018-01-19)
But that doesn't define how ownership of cards triggering effects impacts the ownership of the results of those effects?
But I'm not clear from rule 701.6. (Create) who owns the newly created token?
701.6a To create one or more tokens with certain characteristics, put the specified number of tokens with the specified characteristics onto the battlefield.
Even the token rules, don't spell it out for me:
111.2. The player who creates a token is its owner. The token enters the battlefield under that player’s control