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A keyword ability that imposes a cost to keep a permanent on the battlefield. See rule 702.29, "Echo."
An older name for the Commander casual variant. See rule 903, "Commander."
Something that happens in the game as a result of a spell or ability. See rule 609, "Effects."
A keyword ability that lets a player exile a creature card from his or her graveyard to create a mummified token version of that card. See rule 702.127, "Embalm."
An emblem is a marker used to represent an object that has one or more abilities, but no other characteristics. See rule 113, "Emblems."
A keyword ability that lets a player cast a spell for less by sacrificing a creature. See rule 702.118, "Emerge."
The middle player on each team in an Emperor game. See rule 809, "Emperor Variant."
A multiplayer variant played among three-player teams. See rule 809, "Emperor Variant."
A card type. An enchantment is a permanent. See rule 303, "Enchantments." See also Aura.
A term that describes the relationship between a permanent and a card exiled by a cipher ability. See rule 702.98, "Cipher."
To move a phenomenon card off the top of a planar deck and turn it face up. See rule 310, "Phenomena."
End of Combat Step
Part of the turn. This step is the fifth and final step of the combat phase. See rule 511, "End of Combat Step."
Part of the turn. This step is the first step of the ending phase. See rule 513, "End Step."
End the Turn
To "end the turn" as the result of an effect is to perform an expedited process that skips nearly everything else that would happen that turn. See rule 715, "Ending the Turn."
Part of the turn. This phase is the fifth and final phase of the turn. See rule 512, "Ending Phase."
The energy symbol represents one energy counter. To pay , a player removes one energy counter from himself or herself.
Enters the Battlefield
A nontoken permanent "enters the battlefield" when it’s moved onto the battlefield from another zone. A token "enters the battlefield" when it’s created. See rules 403.3, 603.6a, 603.6d, and 614.12.
A keyword ability that lets a player choose all modes for a spell rather than just one. See rule 702.41, "Entwine."
A keyword ability that lets a player copy a spell at the beginning of each of his or her upkeeps at the expense of casting any other spells for the rest of the game. See rule 702.49, "Epic."
A keyword ability on some modal spells that adds a cost for choosing additional modes. See rule 702.119, "Escalate."
A keyword ability that lets a player exile a creature card from his or her graveyard to create an eternalized token version of that card. See rule 702.128, "Eternalize."
An ability that restricts what creatures can block an attacking creature. See rules 509.1b–c.
Anything that happens in a game. See rule 700.1.
A keyword ability that causes a permanent to be sacrificed when it enters the battlefield. See rule 702.73, "Evoke."
A keyword ability that lets you put a +1/+1 counter on a creature when a larger creature enters the battlefield under your control. See rule 702.99, "Evolve."
A keyword ability that can make a creature better in combat. See rule 702.82, "Exalted."
To swap two things, such as objects, sets of objects, or life totals. See rule 701.9, "Exchange."
A keyword action that stops a permanent from untapping during the next uptap step of the player who exerted it.See rule 701.37, "Exert."
1. A zone. Exile is essentially a holding area for cards. It used to be known as the "removed-from-the-game" zone.
2. To put an object into the exile zone from whatever zone it’s currently in. An "exiled" card is one that’s been put into the exile zone.
See rule 406, "Exile."
A card’s expansion symbol is a small icon normally printed below the right edge of the illustration that has no effect on game play. See rule 206, "Expansion Symbol."
A keyword ability that lets you sacrifice a creature for a benefit. See rule 702.109, "Exploit."
A keyword action that causes a player to reveal the top card of his or her library and then to take different actions depending on whether a land card is revealed this way. See rule 701.38, "Explore."
A keyword ability that lets you gain life and have opponents lose life whenever you cast a spell. See rule 702.100, "Extort."
A turn created by an effect of a spell or ability. See rule 500.7. For rules about extra turns in a multiplayer game using the shared team turns option, see 805.8. For rules about extra turns in a Grand Melee game, see rule 807.4.