Green spells you cast cost less to cast.
This can lower the cost to zero, but not below zero.
The lower cost is not optional like with some other cost reducers.
The generic X cost is still considered generic even if there is a requirement that a specific color be used for it. For example, â€œonly black mana can be spent this wayâ€. This distinction is important for effects which reduce the generic portion of a spellâ€™s cost.
The effect is cumulative.
If this card is sacrificed to pay part of a spellâ€™s cost, the cost reduction still applies.
Can never affect the colored part of the cost.
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