These days with Field of the Dead it is not unusual to block 40 zombies with 40 zombies. I've sometimes seen my opponents being able to do that very quickly, so I feel like there is some interface trick I am missing. Any ideas?

  • Even such a limited set of cards as MTGA already has Infinite Token setups. Shows how many of these there is. For instance, a friend of mine has a Goat deck. Another crammed out his old-ish Withering deck and added Hapatra and Scarab Nest, and literally painted himself some dice saying Infinity. Personally, I once theory crafted a combo with Oath of Teferi and Oath of Gideon to create infinite Jace tokens... I think with a few more cards the meta would be a bit more versatile.
    – Egor Hans
    Commented Aug 13, 2019 at 10:20

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You can quick-assign blockers by simply clicking both stack indicators when assigning blockers. Note however, that it only works if you have stacks of tokens.

  • When attacking or blocking with a stack of tokens, you can click on the stack indicator (“x4”) to issue attack or block commands to the entire stack.

    • When declaring a stack of tokens as blockers against a stack of attackers, clicking on the top creature in the attacking stack declares all of the blockers on that creature, and clicking on the stack indicator of the attacking stack will declare the blockers 1:1 with the attackers.


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