if coat of arms is out and 3 llanowar knights, 2 other creatures that are knights, and 2 other creatures that are elves. do the nights get plus 2/2 for each elf and plus 2/2 for each knight?.......
and what if i coat of arms is out and just 3 llanowar knights do the nights get plus 2/2 for each elf and plus 2/2 for each knight?
same for barbarian and stuff like that i really need ot know this one.
here's my take... the creature type for "llanowar knight" is "elf knight", so that an "elf" would not be of the same type, nor would a "knight". so only something that is an "elf knight" would have the "same" creature type as llanowar knight to qualify for the boost from 'coat of arms' pro-gold
You're wrong Pro-Gold...
A Llanowar Knight is a Knight AND an Elf, so it counts Elves AND Knights for Coat of Arms..
So, in your first exemple, your Llanowar Knights all get +6/+6, the Elf only creatures get +4/+4 and the Knights only get also +4/+4.
A creature only counts once for a given bonus on Coat of Arms.
In the second exemple, the Llanowar Knights get only +2/+2, not +4/+4, because they only count once for each other.