Are planeswalkers considered permanents?

  • #1
    I just attacked my opponent with a creature that has Argentum Armor and was wondering if it's ability to destroy target permanent could be used to remove a planeswalker from the field?
  • #2
    Any card that stays on the field after leaving the stack is a permanent, so yes.
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  • #3
    according to the planeswalker rules, you can't target a planeswalker with a damaging spell, but you can attack it and it IS a perminant so i do belive that it would work as normal since your not dealing damage with it.
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  • #4
    From the Comprehensive Rules:

    110.4. There are five permanent types: artifact, creature, enchantment, land, and planeswalker.

    So anything which says "target permanent" can target a planeswalker.
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