I just got back into MtG. Its something that my wife and I are enjoying together but ive been out of the loop for a while. When i was originally in it was between 4th Ed and Mirage. I am now learning all about the new abilities and what-not and doing ok with it but there are 2 things that i just cant wrap my head around
cipher. I cant figure it out. Is it like an enchantment that is permanently on the creature, but you need to tap it to use it and it cant be disenchanted?
planeswalkers. i understand that each turn you can put a token on them and then use the abilities for however many tokens but im not really sure how to use them as they are... do you just throw them down and your opponent just treats them like another opponent?
Sorry about rezzing an old thread but i figured this would be the best place for these questions
As far a I know you do not tap any enchantments under normal conditions.
You remove the planeswalker tokens to use ability.
Treat them like a enchantment with a life total you have to use to activate and the opponent can choose to attack it. You cannot choose to block with it.