|Last Used||Mystery Booster|
|Reminder Text||Tasty (This creature can be attacked directly. If it is attacked, it can't block creatures that didn't attack it.)|
The mechanic appeared on a test card in the Mystery Booster set. It takes inspiration from other card games like Hearthstone or Yu-Gi-Oh where the player on the offensive has more agency and can directly target opposing creatures. Within the context of Magic, it acts like an anti-Provoke, where instead of the controller being able to force combat with any opposing creature, the controller's opponents can force combat with this one particular one.
Creature — Bird Warrior
Tasty (This creature can be attacked directly. If it is attacked, it can't block creatures that didn't attack it.)
- If a creature attacks a creature, the controller of the attacked creature is the defending player. That player's creatures that aren't attacked can block the attacking creature.
- A player can use an attacked creature to block a creature attacking it or choose to not block with it at all.
- An unblocked attacking creature that's attacking a creature deals its combat damage to the creature it attacks and vice versa, following the same rules for an attacking creature and a creature blocking it. However, if the attacking creature has trample, it can't assign trample damage to the defending player.