If an effect would create one or more tokens under your control, it creates twice that many of those tokens instead.
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If you control two Anointed Processions, then the number of tokens created is four times the original number. If you control three, then the number of tokens created is eight times the original number, and so on.
If the token you create has any â€œas [this permanent] enters the battlefieldâ€ or â€œ[this permanent] enters the battlefield withâ€ abilities, first determine how many tokens are being created, then apply those abilities individually for each one. For example, if a token with â€œYou may have [this permanent] enter the battlefield as a copy of any creature on the battlefieldâ€ would be created (such as an embalmed Vizier of Many Faces), the resulting two tokens can each copy a different creature.
If the effect creating the tokens instructs you to do something with those tokens at a later time, like exiling them at the end of combat, youâ€™ll do that for all the tokens.
If an effect creates more than one kind of token, itâ€™ll create twice as many of each kind. For example, if you cast Bestial Menace while controlling Anointed Procession, youâ€™ll create two Snake tokens, two Wolf tokens, and two Elephant tokens.
All of the tokens enter the battlefield simultaneously. Theyâ€™ll be created with the same name, color, type and subtype, abilities, power, toughness, and so on.