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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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A legendary warrior with an indomitable will, deified by his followers. The Church of Angelfire arose to replace the somewhat similar Church of Serra, whose worship is condemned in Benalia. This condemnation dates back to the days of Benalia’s forerunner, the Sheoltun Empire. The Church of Angelfire is perhaps the most popular church in present-day Benalia. The main altar of every church glows with the red-green candlelight of his ‘spirit-flame’, which is almost impossible to snuff once lit. He may or may not also have ascended to a planeswalker.
A lady. Friend of Lady Evangela (Card:)
Nature Spirit of Dominaria. Not a planeswalker, but incredibly powerful, yet tied to Dominaria. Assists in the defense of the plane during the Phyrexian Invasion. Yawgmoth mistakes her presence for Rebbec, the woman who Yawgmoth loved before his transcendence into the dark god of Phyrexia. She also partly responsible for the final defeat of Yawgmoth with the help of the Legacy weapon.
Empress of Vodalia. Escaping the fall of her empire, she traveled through a time portal to Atlantis. She still reigned during the Phyrexian Invasion. Regarded as one of the most important and influential monarchs in the sea. (Invasion).
A legendary demon from Urborg. Brother of Morinfen, plague of Crovax (Tempest)
A great mage of Jamuraa and a friend of Teferi before the invasion. He was trapped in the inter-planar by Urborg wizard enemy, but released hundreds year later by the help of his summoning phantom dragon, by replacing him with Majaliwa, an ignorant mage. (The Dragon of Magic Anthology)
Blinded himself for life to consistently win his staring contest. (card: Unhinged)) (
A Human Planeswalker who uses Green Mana. (card:)
Garruk is the quintessential hunter. He planeswalks for the same reason a predator roams: to find fresh game. And Garruk doesn't mess around with little stuff; he hunts the biggest, nastiest creatures on any plane he visits. "People think a claw devil is easy to track. Watch for the big tracks, feel the ground vibrate. But the jungle is alive. Things slither; plants shift. The baloth is camouflaged among all that life. It hides in aliveness." Garruk's a bit of a closed book, but those who've seen him know him by his abilities. We know that he has some sort of druidic past. Suffice it to say that he's as in touch with the land as any elf in Llanowar. Garruk has extensive amounts of green mana at his fingertips, which he uses to power his other skills. "Tracking isn't about what's left behind. Tracking isn't following. Tracking is anticipation." Garruk has an uncanny understanding of the animal mind. It's unclear how he knows what he knows, but this gift certainly benefits his control of creatures and his hunting. His gifts are most obvious when he uses his most common tactic: summoning some of the beasts native to whatever plane he's on for use as sidekicks and hunting pets. "Life is need. I know what it needs, so I know its life. I intuit its goals, so I know its destination. Its odor's on the breeze. It's close." Garruk's challenge will be to find a true challenge—and to deal with its impact on his conscience, once he does. "Claw devil's dead, skinned, stripped of its sharpest bits. Another world, another trophy." "I need more."
He ran afoul of Lilliana Vess upon a nameless plane and during the duel, was blasted with a powerful strike of black mana, altering his skin tone to a horrible purple corpse-like shade. He lost his ability to control green mana, and all the creatures he tries to summon end up being undead. He traveled to Ravnica and learned from Jace where Lilliana was going next.
Gatha was a student at Tolaria who took particular interest in the Academy's "Bloodlines" project, a long-term study of Dominaria's races and heritage with the objective of producing the ultimate warrior. He progressed through the ranks and became fully involved in the Bloodlines project, under Barrin's supervision. The results of his projects were often brutal and inhuman, and his lack of interest towards his subject's well-being caused Barrin some concern. A rare official reprimand from Urza followed, and Gatha he left the island, taking a eugenics matrix, some Tolarian slow water, Thran genes, and other materials with him.
He traveled around Dominaria, looking for a nation that would allow his experiments. He eventually stopped in Keld, and set up his own Bloodlines project. The Keldons welcomed his inhumane experiments, which made them even stronger than before. One in particular, Trohg, responded well to the experiments and they became allies. Trohg's grandson, Kreig, did even better, and became the first single ruler of Keld. The slow water preserved both of their lives for centuries until Phyrexians noticed them. Over the course of about a hundred and fifty years they slowly destroyed Keld. In an atypical final act of caring, Gatha killed himself before the Phyrexian Croag could extract his memories of Tolaria and its defenses against Phyrexia. Gatha was later shown to be an early Bloodlines subject himself. (Urza's Destiny)
Over the following centuries, Keld goes through a backlash against Gatha's bloodlines, seeing his sub-race as dishonorable and un-Keldon in their bloodlust. The "Gathan" race, as it comes to be known, is eventually weeded out of the Keldon race. In Time Spiral, sub-rifts of the Skyshroud Rift cause Gathans from the past to emerge in Rift-era Dominaria, where they quickly overcome the weakened and mana-starved native Keldons. They are eventually brought under control by Radha.
A mage of Ravnica. (Card:)
A priestess of the Autumn Willow. (Homelands)
Archmage of the Krovikan School of the Unseen. (Ice Age)
see Gerrard Capashen
A Moriok Lich. Geth was the keeper of the Vault on Mirrodin. He was a warlord, necromancer, and the ruler of Mephidross. He controls countless nim, of which his favorite is a zombie-vampire (card: ). Geth usually works for Vedalken masters who, in return, pay him with a serum that increases the drinker's knowledge and heightens the drinker's senses. He guards the Shield of Kaldra (Cards: , , , ) At a certain point, Geth is decapitated and his head is placed on a memnite, a small construct that resembles the Mirran overlord Memnarch. In Scars of Mirrodin, the phyrexians offer Geth a new, arachnoid and much more devastating body for his aid in their attempt to conquer the entire plane, and he gladly accepts the gift. After that, he goes back to the Vault of Whispers in Mephidross, where he raises his army of zombie Nim, to aid his new masters.
A planeswalker, she's a member of the House of Khone, who were rulers in part of Golthonor. Relative of Sol’Kanar the Swamp King.
She was also responsible for Dakkon Blackblade's millennia-old curse. (Comics; Card:)
An ancient Shivan dragon who ravages the Viashino who her only son, Rhammidarigaaz, turns against her as their protector. She is subdued by Urza as a deal to use Mana rig from Viashino. Later, she escorts the Weatherlight to Serra realm and fights fiercely along with Urza and her son against the angels led by Archangel Radiant. When the tide of battle turns, without hesitate, she sacrifices herself to shield Urza, in order to buy some time for him to strike back.
A Gruul guildmage of Ravnica. (Cards:, )
Gideon Jura is a planeswalker who wields white magic. Unlike most planeswalkers, Gideon doesn’t hesitate to enter combat. He also practices hieromancy, the magic of holy justice.
Gideon wields a sural, a three-bladed, whiplike weapon that also serves as a focus for his spellcasting. His strong morals and sense of duty led him to serve as an agent for the Order of Heliud, an organization that sought to bring law to the plane of Regatha, adopted home of the pyromancer Chandra Nalaar. Chandra’s home, the fire monastery called Keral Keep, became an obstacle to the Order of Heliud’s goals, and the Order’s leader, Walbert, needed Chandra out of the way. He sent Gideon to intercept her on the plane of Kephalai, where Chandra was attempting to steal—for a second time—the so-called scroll of Ugin, which contains not only a powerful fire spell but the map to the Eye of Ugin, a hidden chamber on the far-away plane of Zendikar.
On Kephalai, Gideon apprehended Chandra and delivered her to the authorities there, but she escaped. He tracked her to the dark plane of Diraden, where the two planeswalkers became allies in order to escape the predations of the plane’s ruler, the vampire Velrav. Only on returning to Regatha did Chandra learn that Gideon served the Order of Heliud, and that she would have to surrender herself to Walbert to prevent Keral Keep from being destroyed. With Gideon’s help, however, Chandra survived Walbert’s persecution and gave Gideon reason to question the Order’s true motives. Then she departed in search of the Eye of Ugin.
After some soul-searching, Gideon decided to follow Chandra to Zendikar, believing he could help her stay alive on the treacherous, unpredictable plane. By the time he arrived there, however, he found Chandra gone and Zendikar under siege. The ancient Eldrazi have been released from their imprisonment, and Gideon must do what he can to protect Zendikar’s denizens—and himself.
A legendary Phyrexian Chief Praetor. Member of the Inner Circle. Participated in every single Phyrexian incursion on Dominaria. Fierce fighter and brilliant strategist. Current whereabouts unknown.
Gix was a powerful demon who served Yawgmoth and opposed Urza. He was originally a human leper, but was heavily modified by Yawgmoth to become a goat-like humanoid cyborg. (Card:) He was eventually destroyed by Pyrexian outcast, Xantcha, and her lover, Ratepe, son of Mideah, during a battle against Urza he would have won.
A Thran genius and producer of Halcyon's powerstones. Lifelong exposure to them resulted in his developing severe phthisis. He was partially healed by Yawgmoth. Glacian was the husband of Rebbec. He was a nascent planeswalker whose spark was never ignited, and it, along with his soul, were absorbed into a large powerstone when he died. That powerstone was used to seal Phyrexia away and later became Urza's eyes.
An elf on Mirrodin, and the main character of the Mirrodin books. She is hunted relentlessly by Memnarch for the nascent planeswalker "spark" she possesses. She dies in a duel with Memnarch within Mirrodin's Core, but is revived by Slobad, who absorbed her spark on her death. Slobad gives up the spark to return her to life. (Card: ) She has recently been turned Phyrexian. (card: )
A Goblin, a deceased friend of Squee (Card:)
An Ogre Philosopher (Card:)
Godo, Bandit Warlord
Warlord of a ronin army, Godo's raids against Konda's outposts and fortress gained him a fearful reputation during the kami war. His weapon Tenza (a simple log with iron spikes and chains, a Japanese weapon known as a Tetsubo) became legendary and feared and his army included warriors such as the Yamazaki twins. His final fate is unknown. (Kamigawa)
Goka the Unjust is a legendary Ogre Shaman in Kamigawa (Card:)
Ain a Planar Chaos alternate timeline. (Card: )
A Fox samurai in Kamigawa. (Card:)
A Wojek investigator of Ravnica's Boros League. (Cards:, )
A mighty warrior hailing from Sheoltun, Gosta Dirk founded the Robaran Mercenaries (named after his elder brother, Robar, who was killed in a fire while Gosta was still very young), with the stated mission or becoming the single most elite fighting force in Terisiare. In truth, Dirk was a patriot, and planned to offer the services of the Robarans - free of charge - to Gendram Andrion (the Lord General of Sheoltun), should he ever be needed. Sheoltun, however, had such a mighty army that it was thirty years later (during the reign of Tobias Andrion, who was not so tactically savvy as his father) before the Robarans were needed in their homelands' defense.
Gosta, meanwhile, had travelled all across the continent, recruiting many of the greatest warriors of the time: Jedit Ojanen, the mightiest of the cat warriors; Jasmine Boreal, a Benalish beauty whose strength and determination knew no compromise; Kaisimir the Lone Wolf, a mysterious warrior who fought with a magic blade that could shift between being an axe and a sword, and was said to tell a different tale of his past to each foe who wounded him (for a grand total of seventeen versions of the story floating across the world); Bartel Runeaxe, the exiled Lord of Hammerheim, legendary in both his fury and his paranoia; and many others. Their exploits in the Battle of the Closed Fist, the Battle of Kher Keep, and the Battle of Three Isles had become the stuff of legends.
When he returned to Sheoltun, however, Gosta Dirk found not the bastion of brotherhood from his youth, but a harsh militaristic empire, under attack by a rag-tag coalition of refugees from the many nations it had crushed. After a few brief battles in which the Robarans devastated their foes, Dirk rode to Aoltas (the capital city), and told Tobias Andrion he could not continue fighting. The Lord General was sympathetic, and told Gosta that if he fought merely one more battle, the war would be won and he could leave, serving both his homeland and his conscience. This sounded reasonable enough to the aging captain, who marched the Robarans towards Efrava (the battleground Tobias thought key to victory) that very night.
What Lord Andrion had failed to mention, however, was the reason for Efrava being so crucial: the concentration of green mana there was only mystical power in the region still strong enough to disrupt the Lawbringer's Beacon, a terrifying application of pure white and blue mana Sheoltun had long been developing to obliterate their foes. While the Robaran and Sheoltunite armies camped near Efrava, however; Sunastian, the defender of Efrava, visited Gosta in a dream, and showed him the splendor of what he had been sent to destroy, and the terror of the Lawbringer's Beacon. When he awoke, Gosta realized that he had dedicated his life to preserving the power of war, and now was about to destroy something of real beauty in the name of a land which valued him as nothing more than a weapon. He ordered Robaran mercenaries to stand down, but they refused - as mercenaries, they saw no reason to break a lucrative contract when there only a single battle against outnumbered defenders left to be fought - and named Jedit Ojanen their new captain.
In despair, he decided to leave alone, giving his former friends only the cryptic clue that he would "face the fire another way," and was gone well before the overwhelming victory at Efrava. He went instead to the desert steppes of Shiv, where he lived for some time trading salvaged goods to the local Viashino and Human nomads. Finally, some fifteen years later, an aged Gosta Dirk appeared one last time, in a duel fought with the mysterious Livonya Silone. He laid his blade against her throat seven times, but never spilled a drop of her blood. Finally, in aggravation, Silone shouted, "What do you want?" He laid down his rusted blade and said "Robar," meeting her eyes with piercing clarity. She left without response, but it should be noted that from that day forth, the previously merciless Silone gave her foes a chance to surrender, although it was one few of them ever took.
Hundreds of years later, the necromancer Nevinyrral sought Gosta's remains, following a prophesy that only the bones of a "warrior who won a battle through desertion and bested a duelist through surrender" could be used in the creation of mighty skeletal champion, however he was never able to locate this peaceful warrior's final resting place.(Legends Card:)
Appears in the Edemi Isles in the Legends Cycle.
Gorig is an antagonist in the book Time Streams. When Urza visited Serra's Realm for the second time, he found Radiant in control. While there, he met Gorig, her Minister of War. Gorig is described as a thin man with a black goatee and lemon-yellow eyes. When Urza tries to help the refugees in Serra's Realm, Gorig declares him an enemy of the state.
Gorig was revealed to be a Phyrexian after he attacked Barrin when Urza lead his forces to battle against Radiant. Without his disguise, he is described as a massive spider-like Phyrexian, with large wings and a grinning, toothy mouth, as well as having twelve soul-consuming portals on various parts of his body. In an airborne battle, Gorig was defeated when Barrin blasted him with a wall of air. Realizing Gorig was full of souls, Barrin cast a spell that made Gorig attack the powerstone of the Weatherlight. Upon impact with the stone, Gorig exploded and all the souls he had eaten recharged the ship.
A Femeref Herder (card:)
A former Suq’Atan Trader of Amiqat (Card:)
A barbarian at peace with himself (Card:)
Grand Arbiter Augustin IV
Arbiter of the Azorius Senate, Augustin believes in the mainstream and only that. He feels that change is unnecessary, and will only cause chaos. The Azorius create the laws behind him, and enforce his will. Augustin manipulated the leaders of the other guilds (mostly Szadek and House Dimir) into manipulating each other, becoming the ultimate mastermind in the destruction of the Guildpact. He later imposes martial law on Ravnica before being defeated shortly afterwards.(Ravnica)
An armorsmith of Ravnica. (Card:)
A goblin Swine Rider (Cards:, )
The Mind Raker, an abomination brought by the Keldons on their invasion of Jamuraa. Born in a Keldon nursery, his unnatural fast growth was fueled by being fed the souls of young children on the orders of Latulla. His ghastly appearance and gleefully sinister manner unsettled even the Keldon warriors forced to share his company. Greel took particular pleasure in tormenting Haddad, a Jamuraan captive. It's rumoured that he has connections to Phyrexia, and may even be the source of what Rayne claims is a nanomechanical plague that is blighting Jamuraa at the same time as the invasion. Soon after encountering him, however, Rayne is brutally slain by Greel. The Mind Raker then meets his end at the hands of an enraged Barrin and torn atom from atom. (Cards:, , , )
"The Keldons would never admit it, but Greel unsettles them, too." (Prophecy)
A female Archdruid, sister of Gull the Woodcutter and Sparrow Hawk (later known as Hawk). A pair of dueling wizards destroyed their valley village on the eastern edge of the Whispering Woods. Their parents and many villagers were caught in the middle and felled by a rain of stones. Sparrow Hawk was captured and lost. Greensleeves and Gull met and worked for a wizard by the name of Towser who pretended to befriend them. They discovered later that the magic of the woods saturated Greensleeves being, giving her vast powers of wizardry. At first a simpleton, she discovered her magic and began to speak with a stutter. Though she does lose the stutter and speaks clearly. Through the book series, her power is explored and expanded. She is powerful enough in the later books to kill powerful wizards with a single fireball spell. She can also reincarnate people such as her bodyguards who died in her service.
A powerful Gathan Warlord in Rift-Era Keld. Has a distinctive metal mask bolted to his face. After arriving through a rift in time to the mana-starved, devastated Keld, Greht was quickly able to assemble the region's largest warhost from the Gathans that followed him through. Like all Keldon warlords in the Gathan bloodline's prime centuries before, Greht was able to draw strength from the ferocity of his warhost and feed it back to them, creating an endless cycle of blood fury and strength that made his army unstoppable. After all of Keld (save for the Skyshroud Forest, which was protected by Freyalise) came under his control, Greht began efforts to create a fleet of Keldon longships. By now, Greht had earned the enmity of Radha, a Skyshroud half-elf, half-Keldon who chafed at Freyalise's strict control. Greht defeated Radha at every encounter, until she finally brought her own fledgling warhost to face him at the Mountain, Keld's most sacred site. There, Radha was able to outwit Greht and sever his connection to his warhost. In a rage, Greht pulled as much mana into his as he could find, which, this close to the mountain, was a considerable amount. Radha added her own mana to overload the Gathan warlord. (Time Spiral) (Card:) (Card: )
Grenfell of Golthonor
Father of Gwendolyn Carthalion, grandfather of Jared Carthalion. Mage and adviser of the Queen of Corundis. Participant of the Summit of Minorad. After the surrender of Minorad he was banned to the sandseas of Golthonor where he was saved by the mother of Gwendolyn. Afterwards he lived in Telemar. He tried to kill Jared and Kristina in revenge for the death of Gwendolyn and the surrender of Minorad. (Comics)
Greven is the commander of the Predator Flagship. When the Weatherlight arrived in Rath to rescue Sisay, the ship was immediately attacked by Volrath’s own ship, the Predator. The Commander of the Predator is Greven il-Vec, the evincar’s magically mutated enforcer. Greven is a hulking mismatch of metal plates, body parts, and protruding spikes. He burns with ambition and desire to destroy Volrath, who controls him through a horrific implanted Spine (Duelist online, cf. Card: Spinal Graft). The Predator capsizes and throws Gerrard overboard. After that the Predator returns to Volrath’s Stronghold. Furious that Greven failed to capture Gerrard, Volrath uses his dark magic to torture Greven. In return Greven took great pleasure in torturing the captured Karn and Tahngarth. He was temporarily defeated by Gerrard during his raid on the Stronghold and failed to capture the fleeing Weatherlight as it left through the portal to Mercadia. However, he did capture Ertai. Once Belbe arrived to choose the next evincar, he told her that he didn't want the position and that it was his role to serve. Also, once Volrath returned, after his defeat on Mercadia, Greven helped get him back into the Stronghold to starting planning his coup. Eventually, as Crovax became stronger, Greven was forced to obey him. When the Weatherlight tried to storm the Stronghold, during Planeshift, the Predator was destroyed. Greven then boards the Weatherlight with a group of il-Vec and il-Dal warriors and during the fight is killed by Tahngarth. (Tempest Block)
A Goblin soothsayer.(Card:)
A Minotaur who served as a general of the Talruum forces during the Phyrexian Invasion. He fought by the side of Agnate in Urborg and eventually killed him twice to release Agnate from the corruption of Dralnu (Planeshift)
A Goblin on Mirrodin (card:)
An adept of Sahrmal on Shandalar. After the imprisonment of Azar’s and Lim-Dûl’s spirits together in Azar’s body, and the erection of the Great Barrier, he ended his training. Sahrmal chose to invest all his remaining power in him, making him immortal. Thereafter Sahrmal vanished. Known now only as The Guardian the young wizard took up his role of Protector of Shandalar. In time, Shandalar learned to trust the Guardian and accepted him in Sahrmal’s place. He established five guilds which were responsible for teaching and policing the use of the five colours of mana. In time, Lim-Dûl’s powerful spirit won out over that of the fatally inexperienced Azar. Emerging from the secret graveyard, he once again attempted to bend Shandalar to his will. This time, however, the necromancer found that Shandalar had organized, powerful protectors. In the great Wizards War he was defeated soundly. The Guardian removed Lim-Dul’s spirit from Azar’s former body and imprisoned it again, this time in a magical artifact, thus keeping the Great Barrier in existence. Later on, the Guardian became aware of an extraordinarily powerful planeswalker named Arzakon. Evidently, the magical emanations of Sahrmal’s fight with the planeswalkers, Lim-Dûl’s War and the Wizards’ War had been traced by this Arzakon who was stunned by the potential power inherent in Shandalar. His following attempt to penetrate the Great Barrier physically was easily repealed by the ever diligent Guardian. That seemed the end of it until during a conclave the five Guildlords, influenced by Azarkon, struck down the Guardian. (Microprose video game))
Commodore Guff was a planeswalker. An avid and eccentric chronicler of knowledge, he made his niche in Dominaria by housing an ultimate library in an isolated realm of his creation. So great was his love of books, that he even possessed the books in which he appeared, successfully breaking the fourth wall as he was aware he was a character in a book.
He was one of the nine titans who attacked and destroyed Phyrexia. Guff subsequently met his demise from Yawgmoth's form sweeping over the combined planes of Dominaria and Rath.(Apocalypse) He allowed the victory of Dominaria by erasing Yawgmoth's victory from his copy of Apocalypse, giving the remaining planeswalkers a fighting chance. His name and appearance are inspired by author J. Robert King's fellow Magic author, Scott McGough.
Guff is quoted on, and .
Kjeldoran Royal Mage, enemy of Zur (Ice Age)
The matron of the Aysen abbey. A supportive, matriarchal ruler who helped the Abbot with most of his duties (Homelands)
Gwendlyn Di Corci
A legendary temptress of Urborg who apparently seduced countless warriors before killing them.(Cards:, 5th)
Daughter of Grenfell of Golthonor, mother of Jared Carthalion (the builder of Telemar). She was killed by her husband Adam Carthalion. (Comics)
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