Parts of a card

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1: name; 2: mana cost; 3: illustration; 4: type line; 5: subtypes; 6: expansion/set symbol; 7: text box for rules text; 8: illustrator; 9: loyalty; 10: other, sub-text box information (including copyright information and collector's number).

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From the Comprehensive Rules (Archenemy: Nicol Bolas (June 5, 2017))

  • 200. General
    • 200.1. The parts of a card are name, mana cost, illustration, color indicator, type line, expansion symbol, text box, power and toughness, loyalty, hand modifier, life modifier, illustration credit, legal text, and collector number. Some cards may have more than one of any or all of these parts.
    • 200.2. Some parts of a card are also characteristics of the object that has them. See rule 109.3.
    • 200.3. Some objects that aren’t cards (tokens, copies of cards, and copies of spells) have some of the parts of a card, but only the ones that are also characteristics. See rule 110.5 and rule 706.