List of Magic: The Gathering characters: B

List of Magic: The Gathering characters: B

The fictional multiverse of the Wizards of the Coast Magic: The Gathering trading card game, introduced in 1993, has many characters. This alphabetic list includes characters to which the flavor text on the cards is atributted or who are mentioned in it, along with those referred in related games, novels, comics or short stories.

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Baki

Dwarven wizard attendant of the Wizard School of the Floating Isle. (Cards: Baki's Curse, Clockwork Gnomes) (Homelands)

Balthor Rockfist

A legendary warrior dwarf from Otaria. Balthor did not feel at home with his brethren, and so left to live with the human barbarians of the Pardic Mountains. He trained generations of barbarians, including the sibling warriors Kamahl and Jeska.

When Kamahl returned to the Pardic Mountains with the Mirari and declared his intent to unite the tribes, Balthor went along with his plan out of a sense of deep loyalty. His stubbornness frustrated Jeska, who had to render him unconscious in order to reach her brother. However, Kamahl was told that she had killed him and struck Jeska down. Accompanying Kamahl on his mission to seek help in Krosa, Balthor was killed in a fight with Laquatus's latest "jack" Burke (Laquatus's Champion) despite slaying it; a feat both Laquatus and Chainer (Burke's creator) had thought impossible. He was reanimated as a zombie slave of Braids to kill Laquatus. However, because of the piece of Burke still lodged in the undead dwarf's throat, Laquatus gained control of him and ordered him to fight Kamahl. At the last, Balthor partially regained his memories and intentionally gave Kamahl an opening to destroy him.

During Kamahl's exile in the mutated Krosan Forest, Balthor appears again (as a ghost) to guide the fallen warrior into taking the Mirari Sword to defeat Karona. Along the way, Kamahl loses his temper with the spectral Balthor and slices him with the sword, eliminating his mentor from existence. (Balthor the Stout, Balthor the Defiled) (Torment)

Baltrice

A member of the Infinite Consortium and partner to Tezzeret. She is an extraordinary pyromancer and planeswalker who often favors a scorched earth policy. May be of Gruul descent. (Agents of Artifice) After her defeat with Liliana Vess, she is rescued by Jace Beleren and becomes his loyal retainer. She has to cooperates with Tezzerez again to save Jace's life. In the end, when she realizes that she is manipulated by the mind mage, she decides to leaves in despair. (Test the Metal)

Bantau

Someone who changed into a pearl dragon as told by Hakim Loreweaver. (Card: Pearl Dragon)

Barb Tail

A viashino heretic in Shiv. (Card: Rack and Ruin) (Urza’s Legacy)

Baron Sengir

see Sengir.

Baris

Serra Inquisitor. (Cards: Aysen Highway, Beast Walkers, Ihsan's Shade) (Homelands)

Barktooth Warbeard

General under Marhault Elsdragon in the service of the Madaran Empire. Warbeard was slain by Ramses Overdark's chief assassin Halfdane during the second incursion into the Edemi Isles. (Card: Barktooth Warbeard) (Legends)

Barl

Chief artificer of the Conclave during The Dark, friend and first servant of Mairsil the Pretender. He manufactured the cage that held Lord Ith prisoner for twelve years. After Ith’s escape and victory over Mairsil, Barl was turned into a Rag Man destined to serve Ith forever. Although the card Dark Sphere suggests otherwise, it is made clear in the book The Gathering Dark that Barl and Ith are two different persons. This was actually a result of the book's author misconstruing the attribution on the card—originally "Barl, Lord Ith"--as "Barl, to Ith". (Cards: Barl's Cage, Dark Sphere)

Barrin

Wise and ancient Tolarian wizard, originally hailing as a scribe named Barrinelos from Kjeld. He was friends with Urza and together they created the Academy of Tolaria. He usually served as Urza's conscience and human relations figure. Barrin was married to chancellor Rayne, and fathered Hanna. When Barrin discovered the death of his daughter, he would realize belatedly that he fought for Urza so much that he let his wife and daughter slip away from him. Leaving Urza for the last time, Barrin went back to Tolaria to battle the Phyrexians for the graves of his family, fighting a final battle he believed in. Hugging his daughter, Barrin's last spell obliterated everything on Tolaria. Barrin was one of the most powerful mortals in the setting, able to singlehandedly take on entire armies. He was capable of casting spells from all five colors of magic but was most proficient in blue. (Cards: Barrin, Master Wizard, Barrin's Spite, Obliterate) (Urza's Saga, Invasion)

Bartel Runeaxe

Ruler of Hammerheim who can charge with unstoppable might. (Bartel Runeaxe) (Legends)

Bayul

Saint Bayul was a loxodon cleric and Selesnayan ambassador who was murdered as part of Savra's scheme to infiltrate the Selesnya Conclave. (Ravnica)

Bearand the Bold

Someone killed by kobolds. (Card: Crimson Kobolds)

Belbe

Phyrexian emissary to Rath. Originally she was Avilla, daughter to the Skyshroud lord and leader of the elves of Rath, Eladamri, but was kidnapped and killed by her former love and transformed into the Phyrexian Belbe (See Eye of Yawgmoth and Murderous Betrayal). Appointed to choose a new Evincar of Rath. She was killed by Eladamri, who used the same poison that killed Avilla. In some areas of the world, she is also called "Bilatibaymo". (Cards: Belbe's Armor, Belbe's Portal, Stronghold Discipline)

Belfar

A member of the Vainus expedition. His flesh was frozen to the surface of a glacial wall when he tried to prove it was made of glass. (Card: Glacial Wall)

Belko

Long-suffering keeper of the Titan's Keg tavern on Ravnica. (Card: Hammerfist Giant)

Ben-Ben

A hermit goblin shaman from the Sokenzan Mountains. He is small, just like the other goblins, and is part of the tribe formed by a goblin named Ishi-Ishi. He is an outcast among other goblin tribes, and has gained a kami-like reputation due to his ability to place deadly traps. (Card: Ben-Ben, Akki Hermit) (Kamigawa)

Bernatheen

Former wizard savant of the Homelands. With help from the books of Baron Sengir, he transformed the simple thief Eron in an immortal legend. (Homelands)

Berta Suszat

A civic healer of Ravnica. (Card: Psychic Drain)

Bethan Leitbur

Founder of the Icatian Order of Leitbur and author of The Way. He has been deified by his followers. (Cards: Icatian Priest, Order of Leitbur) (Fallen Empires)

Betje

Blinded miracle worker of the Church of Tal. Member of the Order of St. Nanta. She wrote the Miracles of the Saints. She was later killed by Barl. (Card: Miracle Worker) (The Gathering Dark, The Dark)

Biggum Flodrot

A goblin veteran. (Card: Goblin Hero)

Biracazir

Wolf mount of Fonn. Biracazir is a member of the Selesnyan Conclave. Fathered by Voja. Biracazir was made the most self-aware member of the Chorus. (Ravnica)

Bladewing

see Rorix Bladewing

Blarg

A goblin jester on Otaria. (Card: Frenetic Raptor) (Legions)

The Blind Seer

A manifestation of Urza. He joins with Gerrard Capashen when Capashen goes to Benalia City to warn the people of the coming Phyrexian invasion. The Blind Seer serves Gerrard as a guide while observing him during the phyrexian invasion. (Invasion)

Blog

A former goblin king. (Card: Goblin King)

Bo Levar

Levar lived a full mortal life as Crucias, a naval man with an entrepreneurial streak that caused him to quickly fall out of favor with his commanding officers. Discharged from a military career, Crucias became a privateer until a liaison with a governor's daughter bore him a daughter. He chose to start life over as a merchant, using his wealth to dote upon his daughter Nunnieve. She eventually became ill and died, causing Crucias to drink himself into a stupor before building a ship in her honor, which cost him more than he had. To settle his debt, he became a part-time tour guide to the shores of Argoth where Urza and Mishra fought until he and his ship were caught in the explosive aftermath of The Brothers War, when he became a planeswalker.

During the Phyrexian Invasion, Bo Levar was chosen to pilot one of Urza's titans during his assault on Phyrexia.

When Yawgmoth was attacking Dominaria, Bo Levar sacrificed himself to save an area of water that was home to many merfolk that called themselves the Elliterates. (Card: Gainsay)

Bolgri

"Bolgri and the Long Day of Squashing". (Card: Nuisance Engine)

Bonmod

A Ravnican caravan traveller. (Card: Might of the Nephilim)

Borborygmos

A huge and incredibly powerful cyclops who is rumored to be a descendant of the Gruul Parun, Cisarzim. Borborygmos is the leader of the strongest of the Gruul Clans, the Skargg, and is usually seen leading the biggest of raids. He is known for his inspiring speeches, consisting chiefly of "Crush them!" and "We eat!" Borborygmos' name comes from "borborygmus", the sound of "stomach rumbling".[1] (Boborygmos) (Ravnica)

Boris Devilboon

A servant to Lord Ramses Overdark. A physically weak, jittery and nervous character, his magical potency was limited to his ability to summon swarms of little coal demons. Lord Dark kept him around for his ability, under duress, to produce prophetic riddles. Lord Dark later increased the potency of his seeing gift by killing him and reanimating him as black glass, which rendered him a pure puppet devoid of any personality and silent unless commanded to speak. Lord Dark renamed him "Dead Boris" from then on. (Boris Devilboon) (Legends)

Boseiju

Boseiju, Who Shelters All is a legendary tree on Kamigawa (Card: Boseiju, Who Shelters All)

Bosh

Bosh was an iron golem in the plane of Mirrodin who originally served Memnarch . Slobad woke him up from the muds of the Mephidross and repaired him, after which Bosh became a partner and protector of he and Glissa. Because of his exposure to mycosynth, Bosh's metal body starts to become fleshy in some areas. Bosh was destroyed while attempting to slow Kaldra down, an act which allowed his friends to escape from Mirrodin's Core. (Bosh, Iron Golem)

Bougrat

A druid of Ravnica's Cult of Yore. (Cards: Earth Surge, Vesper Ghoul)

The Bounteous Kirin

One of the Kirin spirits of kamigawa, guardian of all the greenish life on Kamigawa, during the counsel of the Kirin it speaks on favor of the mortals. However it still obeys the orders of O`Kagachi in bringing starvation and death to all the mortals. (Bounteous Kirin) (Kamigawa)

Braids

A legendary dementia summoner, also known in the Odyssey Cycle as "Fulla". Full of twisted malevolent glee, she had an extensive role in the Otarian series. It was said that Braids was the cabalist who lasted the longest of all the dementia summoners from creating the Cabal's signature Dementia Horrors, making her the Patriarch's main asset. During the Onslaught Cycle, she was given the task of providing the showmanship performances in the Grand Coliseum, even appearing during the Battle for Locus. During the aftermath, she sustained many injuries and was delirious in the desert oasis for a many days until she was rescued by Akroma, who brainwashed her into defecting and fighting for the angel's cause. She returned to Aphetto City after being taken by her rescuers who brought her back to her "senses", just in time when Phage gave birth to Kuberr. The Patriarch was about to slay her when Braids spewed a monster who (miraculously) killed him. Braids eventually became the head general of the Cabal force that was sent out to take Karona, in order to make her the prime attraction in the pits. Even though Braids was too mad to be enthralled by the Mirari, she fell under the influence of Karona, and used her dementia powers to sprint through the air and come face-to-face with the false god. Karona, who was experimenting with her powers, had just made the earth disappear, and busy with figuring out how to fix it, she swatted Braids aside. Braids was busy using her powers to leap back from the hole when Karona filled it with earth, burying her alive. Knowing her death was imminent, she withdrew into her dementia world one last time, where the demons of her mind were waiting with grinning fangs and open claws. (Odyssey) (Card: Braids, Cabal Minion)

In the Planar Chaos expansion, a version of Braids from an alternate timeline devoted herself to arcane study, and never learned the art of dementia summoning. (Card: Braids, Conjurer Adept)

Brev Grezar

A Boros Lieutenant on Ravnica. (Card: Flame Fusillade)

Brigid

An archer from the Kithkin Tribe who has been called the Hero of Kinsbale. One of Rhys' allies, she betrayed her comrades to follow the orders of the thoughtweft, but ultimately she was overcome with guilt and sought to make restitutions to her former allies. She was one of the few inhabitants who held on to her memories of Lorwyn after the Aurora due to an ancient merrow artifact she received from Sygg in Lorwyn, called the crescent of morningtide. She struggles to find her place in Shadowmoor as she supports her friends. (Brigid, Hero of Kinsbaile)

Brindri

An angel embraced by Serra. (Card: Serra's Embrace) (Urza's Saga)

Bruenna

A Neurok leader on Mirrodin. Helps Glissa cross the Quicksilver Sea and reach Lumengrid, as well as accompanying her for the remainder of her journey. Later helps lead the fight in the final battle against Memnarch. (Cards: Inertia Bubble, Plasma Elemental)

Brug

A Goblin mime. (Card: Goblin Mime) (Unhinged)

Bucky

A flavor text writer. (Card: When Fluffy Bunnies Attack) (Unhinged)


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