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Warrior is a creature class. [1]

Description[edit | edit source]

Warriors are combatants who fight alone or in loose hordes. Unlike soldiers, whose strength is in their numbers, a single warrior is often content to take on the world all by him- or herself. Warriors favor brute strength over cunning, sheer will over tactics. Many warriors have trample.

The first card to feature the type was Cat Warriors from Legends. Retroactively, many cards like Dwarven Warriors, Goblin Balloon Brigade and Orcish Artillery from Alpha gained the type, as well. Most warriors are black, red, or green. [2] [3]

Notable Warriors[edit | edit source]

Tribal type[edit | edit source]

Warrior Tokens[edit | edit source]

Token Color Type P/T Additional Rules Source
Warrior White Creature — Warrior 1/1
Black Creature — Warrior 2/1
Red Creature — Warrior 1/1
Cat Warrior Green Creature — Cat Warrior 2/2 Forestwalk
Elf Warrior Green Creature — Elf Warrior 1/1
Green/White Creature — Elf Warrior 1/1
Giant Warrior White Creature — Giant Warrior 5/5
Red/Green Creature — Giant Warrior 4/4 Haste
Goblin Warrior Red/Green Creature — Goblin Warrior 1/1
Human Warrior
named Stangg Twin
Red/Green Legendary Creature — Human Warrior 3/4
Sand Warrior Red/Green/White Creature — Sand Warrior 1/1
Spirit Warrior Black/Green Creature — Spirit Warrior X/X
Treefolk Warrior Green Creature — Treefolk Warrior */* This creature's power and toughness are each equal to the number of Forests you control.

Warrior manlands[edit | edit source]

Warrior are also created by:

Creature update[edit | edit source]

In the Grand Creature Type Update the subtype Stangg-Twin for a token created by Stangg was changed into a (Human) Warrior token "named Stangg Twin". The subtypes Raider (Erg Raiders) and War-Rider (Varchild's War-Riders) were incorporated into the Warrior class as well.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Mark Rosewater. (January 28, 2008.) "War(rior) Stories", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast. [dead link]
  2. Devin Low. (February 01, 2008.) "Hidden Warriors", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast. [dead link]
  3. Doug Beyer. (January 30, 2008.) "The Warrior Esthetic", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast. [dead link]
  4. Magic Arcana. (March 15, 2007.) “Planar Chaos Token Art 1”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.