Face up

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A card is face up if it’s physically positioned so the card front is showing. Cards in some zones are normally kept face up.

Face up is also a default status a permanent may have. See rule 110.6 and rule 702.36, “Morph.”

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From the glossary of the Comprehensive Rules (October 4, 2019—Throne of Eldraine)

Face Up
1. A card is “face up” if it’s physically positioned so the card front is showing. Cards in some zones are normally kept face up. See section 4, “Zones.”
2. A default status a permanent may have. See rule 110.5 and rule 702.36, “Morph.”

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