In standard, are there rules that limit them (besides the 4 max of sny non-land card)? And can you have multiple in play at once?
There are no special restrictions on the number of legendary creatures in a Constructed deck (Standard, Modern, Legacy, Vintage are Constructed formats). So the same four-copies rule as everything else.
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The "legend rule" applies to legendary permanents on the battlefield, and looks at the exact name of each card. If you control two legendary permanents which each have exactly the same name (not "kinda the same", not "well, they're the same character but different names", exactly letter-for-letter identical), you must choose one to keep on the battlefield and one to put in your graveyard, and you cannot respond to that in any way.
What if an opponent has a legendary and you play one? Or does the one-of rule only apply to each side of the battle field? (One on each side makes more sense to me, considering how messy things could get in EDH, assuming that format uses the same legendary rule for commanders and all that)
Im assuming this applies to legendary tokens? Also, i run an Inalla edh deck, do legendary tokens’ “enter the battlefield” abilities trigger? Or do i have to immediately remove one..
You may only have one copy of a legendary card in play at any given time. If you play a second of the same card, one of them must be sacrificed.
Not quite. You choose which one you keep and the other one is moved to the graveyard as a SBA. This meets the requirement for abilities that trigger when a creature dies, but not if a creature is sacrificed.
If one player controls two or more legendary permanents with the same name, that player has to choose which one to keep and sacrifice the rest. This happens as soon as the board state occurs, before any player has priority to put anything on the stack, so it can't be responded to.
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