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While most cards color identity is in the casting cost, there are many cards that have an identity that does not match their colors. This is true for legendary creatures too and there are many commanders with identities outside the card color. The most common reason is the card has an ability with different colored mana costs, some of the more common ones: ...


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Things have changed since my question was posted and there are many commanders that have a colour identity that expands on their mana cost. The MTG search engine Scryfall now has search directives that allow you to search by colour identity. Here is an example query that will find all cards that can be your commander that have exactly a colour identity - ...


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The color-related deckbuilding rules of Commander are centered around a specific characteristic named 'color identity' Color identity is distinct from the color of the card itself, which is only determined by the mana cost and color-defining abilities 903.4. The Commander variant uses color identity to determine what cards can be in a deck with a certain ...


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They will still be indestructible. This is because granting indestructible is a continuous effect that happens as part of Chance for Glory resolving, and the set of objects affected is determined at that time. Once the creature has been granted indestructible, there is nothing that would cause it to lose that just because it changes types. Note that this is ...


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