Your question: What happens when you return a token to hand?

Token creatures will go to the hand for a brief time while the spell or ability is resolving – then they cease to exist when state-based actions are checked since they’re no longer on the battlefield. A token that’s bounced back to its owner’s hand won’t really be able to do anything before it ceases to exist.

Can you send a token back to a hand?

Yes you can return it to their hand; no this will not count as destroying it. “Destroy” in Magic means something very specific. What actually happens is that the token is put into their hand, and then ceases to exist the next time state-based effects are checked.

Do tokens die when returned to hand?

Unfortunately, no, it doesn’t die. … The token does cease to exist once in the player’s hand, but that’s due to other rules, and that’s not considered dying either: 110.5f A token that’s phased out, or that’s in a zone other than the battlefield, ceases to exist.

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Can you exile a token and bring it back?

No, tokens that leave play in any way (graveyard, hand, or exile) cease to exist though they will trigger “put into a graveyard” abilities.

Can tokens be bounced?

Token creatures can no longer be sent back with cards like gone missing or lash wood lurker.

Does bouncing a token count as it dying?

In short: bouncing a token isn’t killing it. Since tokens can’t be cards in your hand, they’re just removed from play instead.

Do tokens leave the battlefield?

Yes. Tokens do leave the battlefield before they vanish.

Do tokens trigger die effects?

If something had a “when this dies” is killed by [[Lava Coil]] it doesn’t trigger because it doesn’t go to the graveyard. But tokens don’t either and yet things like [[Cruel Celebrant]] and the passive of [[Liliana Dreadhorde General]] trigger when they die from damage or sacrifice or destroy effects or whatever.

Does bouncing tokens cause death triggers?

It will trigger leaves the battlefield abilities because they still leave, but they dont trigger death triggers because that is only from battlefield to graveyard.

Do tokens have summoning sickness?

When it’s your turn, since you’ve controlled the tokens since the beginning of your turn, they do not have summoning sickness.

Are token creatures permanents?

Tokens are permanents. Tokens, being permanents, are affected by Devastation Tide. Each token leaves the battlefield. State-based actions are checked and each token ceases to exist.

Do tokens enter the battlefield tapped?

Neither tokens nor creatures enter the battlefield tapped. Tokens can become tapped just like any other permanent, though.

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Does a token count as a creature?

Yes. It is a creature and can be targeted by Hour of Need. However, it is not a creature card.

Can tokens be returned to your hand Yugioh?

Monster Tokens are monsters that appear on the field as the result of a card’s effect. They are not included in the Deck, and cannot be sent anywhere other than the field, such as the hand or Graveyard. When a Token is destroyed or returned to the hand or deck, they are simply removed from the field instead.

Can you bounce tokens MTG?

EDIT: question answered, and for others wondering about it, the short answer is “It vanishes”, and longer answer seems to be: “Tokens cannot exist anywhere else other than the Battlefield, so if they are moved to any other area of the game they go *poof*.”

What happens when token dies MTG?

A creature token that dies goes to the graveyard, just like any other creature. Once in the graveyard (or any other zone), there is a state-based action that causes the token to cease to exist. If a token dies (such as by Doom Blade” target=”blank”>Doom Blade), it will go to the graveyard.