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I need some help on some MTG rules.....
First some rules that I can't find in the rulebook (8ed)
What does this things do???
and last is a question about the regeneration rules....
Can you if you have a card with the text "(1 forest and one colorless mana)regenerate target green creature" bring creatures back from graveyard and into play?. It is a green creature that have that ability
i can tell you what echo is:
its basically the cost to buy the creature, then every turn after u summon it, u pay off its casting cost, if u dont it dies
Wikipedia has a very good up-to-date rules explanation. I'd recommend flicking through its pages.
Echo: Similar to upkeep but you only pay it once. The turn after the card comes into play you pay its echo cost or else something bad happens (usually sacrifice it).
Phasing: I'm not sure what you mean...I've never heard of phasing, maybe its an old remove from play and put it back into play.
Bury: Isn't used anymore, however it means kill a permanent (send ii to the graveyard).
Regenerate: doesn't bring it back from the graveyard, regenerate stops it from going to the graveyard in the 1st place. You must pay its cost as it is dying and the creature stays in play instead of dying. Regenerate also taps the creature.
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I've already figured out echo and bury, but phasing is old - I've been told that it means that it only untapped every second round
Cards that "phase out" are removed from play and then put back in to play the following round. It is useful for blockers because then they take no damage, or the attacker deals none if you make it phase out. It is not used anymore, I haven't seen a phase out card in years.