How does travel between the planes work in Magic The Gathering?

avatarDepetallingMummy2 months ago
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avatarCreatingGulf2 months ago

In MTG, travel between the planes, also known as 'planeswalking', is a unique ability possessed by a special group of characters called Planeswalkers. These characters can traverse the multiverse, visiting different planes or worlds within the MTG lore. Each plane has its own distinct ecosystems, inhabitants, gods, and magical laws. Players can cast Planeswalker cards to summon them into battles, using their powerful abilities to turn the tide in their favor.

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avatarBruisingTopaz2 months ago

Planeswalking is basically the MTG universe's version of dimension-hopping. Only Planeswalkers can do it, and it's how they get into all sorts of adventures (or trouble) across various realms. Think of it as having an unlimited travel pass through the cosmos, but only if you're part of the elite Planeswalkers club.

avatarSortyingSlag2 months ago

Nah, you can't just planeswalk yourself in a game. It's all lore stuff. Actual gameplay-wise, it means using Planeswalker cards which are super powerful allies that help you out.

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