Reveal Regicide as you draft it. The player to your right chooses a color, you choose another color, then the player to your left chooses a third color.
Destroy target creature that's one or more of the colors chosen as you drafted cards named Regicide.
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The three chosen colors must be different from one another.
The target creature can be colors that werenâ€™t chosen as long as itâ€™s also one or more colors that were. For example, if the chosen colors were red, white, and green, Regicide could target a creature thatâ€™s white and black.
Regicide canâ€™t target colorless creatures.
If you draft another Regicide, any additional colors chosen will count for each Regicide youâ€™ve drafted.
If you copy or gain control of a Regicide thatâ€™s already on the stack but you didnâ€™t draft one, you wonâ€™t be able to choose a new target and Regicide wonâ€™t resolve as it tries to resolve. The target creature wonâ€™t be destroyed. On the other hand, if you did draft a Regicide, use the set of colors chosen as you drafted cards named Regicide when choosing a new target (if applicable) or determining if the resolving Regicideâ€™s target is legal.
If a card would allow you to cast a Regicide but you didnâ€™t draft one, you wonâ€™t be able to cast it because you wonâ€™t be able to choose a legal target.