I played Magic: The Gathering with couple of friends. I was asked a question when we came to a situation where we could put two Auras on one Creature. Can one enchant a create with more than one Aura?
Sure you can! That's it, if the cards don't state otherwise and the creature is a valid target for every one of the enchantments. And as you can cast several enchantments on the same turn you even can do it on just one turn.There's no a thing like a 'limit' on the number of enchantments one can cast over a given creature. Just consider strategic-wise if it's convenient for you to put two or more auras on a creature that could be wiped out by a single card from your adversary.
It is applicable to creatures only. But for Global Enchantment based on the old rule of MTG from 4th to 5th edition, you can only play one enchantment per type per game. for Example, you can play one pestilence during the game and can no longer play another one while it's still in play (because it doesn't make sense right?). I never saw another rule out there that overrides this rule but I'm seeing a lot of players who does not abide by this rule.