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Creature type
(Subtype for creature/tribal cards)
Statistics 28 cards
{C} 3.6% {W} 82.1% {U} 3.6% {G} 3.6% {R/W} 3.6% {artifact symbol} 3.6%
as of Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths
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Fox is a white creature type used for cards depicting carnivorous mammals, characteristically having upright ears, a pointed snout, and a long bushy tail. Foxes are related to dogs and wolves.

For a long time Arctic Foxes from Ice Age was the only existing Fox card. This changed when the Kitsune (Japanese: (きつね) ) from Kamigawa were introduced.

After Innistrad added the Silverchase Fox and Theros Vulpine Goliath, the creature type became more common.



Foxes were one of the animals to survive during the Ice Age (Arctic Foxes).


Giant foxes are used as mounts by Elves on the plane of Eldraine (Maraleaf Rider, Wildborn Preserver, Wildwood Tracker). Some foxes have the ability to fly (Flutterfox).


Foxes artifacts are some of the works made by lifecrafters (Filigree Familiar (Kaladesh)).


Even though the fox-folk of Kamigawa live within the Jukai Forest, they have the closest relations with the humans.[1] Even more so than the daimyo's Soratami advisors. Kitsune are long-lived beings with very strong beliefs in their traditions. These Kitsune always have a class beside the Fox subtype.



On expeditions through Ashmouth, the hunters of Devilthorn Lodge rely on the cleverness of foxes to counteract the mischief of devils (Devilthorn Fox).

Plane of Mountains and Seas[edit]

Some foxes of the Plane of Mountains and Seas are sapient and appear in spirit form (e.g. Nine-Tail White Fox). It's still unknown if any regular foxes exist on this plane.


In Setessa, foxes feed on hydras, giants, and massive serpents becoming giants (Vulpine Goliath). The fox is also the symbol for Bassara Tower, a watchtower near the Summer Nexus.[2]

Notable Foxes[edit]





Kamigawa Kitsunes
  • A Female Kitsune

  • A Male Kitsune

  • Eight-and-a-Half-Tails, a legendary Kitsune

  • A wizard Kitsune

  • A Samurai Kitsune

  • Other Foxes


    1. Alex Smith (March 07, 2005). "Truth in Fantasy". Wizards of the Coast.
    2. Wizards RPG Team (2020), D&D Mythic Odysseys of Theros, Wizards of the Coast