Aura Finesse | Magic: The Gathering
Formats Aura Finesse is Legal in
Official Oracle Text for Aura Finesse
Draw a card.
—Zilan, Makindi auramancer
Official Rulings for Aura Finesse
6/15/2010 : If you target an Aura that's attached to a creature, you may also target the creature it's attached to. Aura Finesse won't cause the Aura to move, but you'll still draw a card when it resolves.
6/15/2010 : As Aura Finesse resolves, if the targeted Aura can't legally enchant the targeted creature (for example, because the Aura is red and the creature has protection from red, or because the Aura has "enchant creature you control" and an opponent controls the creature), the spell resolves but the Aura doesn't move. You still draw a card.
6/15/2010 : As Aura Finesse resolves, if either target is illegal, the spell resolves but the Aura doesn't move. You still draw a card. If both targets are illegal, Aura Finesse is countered and you don't draw a card.
6/15/2010 : You still control the Aura, even if you attach it to a creature you don't control.