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    Tapped and attacking on other turns

    If you are able to play a card or activate an ability to put a creature on to the battlefield under your control "tapped and attacking" during another players turn, do they just enter tapped since it's not your attack phase?

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    Re: Tapped and attacking on other turns

    Yes

    506.2. During the combat phase, the active player is the attacking player; creatures that player controls may attack. During the combat phase of a two-player game, the nonactive player is the defending player; that player and planeswalkers they control may be attacked.
    506.3b If an effect would put a creature onto the battlefield attacking under the control of any player except an attacking player, that creature does enter the battlefield, but itís never considered to be an attacking creature.

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