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The following characters are only mentioned in flavor text, or appear as minor characters in the storyline.

Alara[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
The Sculptor

A bald, old Esper artificer, now employed by the demon Nefarox.[1] Killed by Kaalia.[2]
Breya Breya, Etherium Shaper

While exploring Jund, the female Esperite Breya discovered carmot.
To prove her achievement, Breya replaced the majority of her organic body with etherium she created herself.[3]
Belator Belator of Esper


Sister of Lia. Abducted and killed by Nefarox.[1][2]
Derevi Derevi, Empyrial Tactician

Aven. One of the greatest generals of Bant who routed the Grixis hordes at the Battle of Split Peak.
She foiled a plot of the Esperites to assassinate her.[4]
Dolomarus Dolomarus, Proctor of the Clean

Gernan Gernan, Dawnray Archer


A malevolent sphinx, who hoped to cause strife between humans and vedalken
Gyrus Gyrus, Waker of Corpses

A terrifying hydra, hunting in the swamps of Jund. Its heads dredge dead things from the murky water and animate them as shadows of their former selves. Zombified crocodiles, snakes, and other creatures serve Gyrus, bringing food to blunt the hydra's insatiable hunger.[5]
Indra Indra, nullmage of Vectis

Kemuel Kemuel the Ancient

Son of the sphinxes Crucius and Sharuum, who guards The Riddle Gate, a planar portal at the center of the Crystal Labyrinth in Esper's Glass Desert. Known on Esper as the great sphinx of the desert maze.[6]
Kess Kess, Dissident Mage

Kess's home is one of the few pockets of life remaining on the devastated shard-world of Grixis.
She harvests vis, in hopes that she can one day use it to restore what was lost.[7]
Nazahn Nazahn, Revered Bladesmith

A leonin from Naya. Once an ordinary blacksmith, but his life changed when the Conflux merged his home with the shard of Bant.
He found fame as a renowned weaponsmith and now wields a magical hammer of invincibility that allows him to hold hot, fiery metal.[8][7]

A Nacatl Sunseeker. She helped Kaalia defeating Grixis ninions, was killed in the proces.[2]
Olcot Olcot, Rider of Joffik

Pulan Pulan, Bant Orchardist

Rannon Rannon, Vithian holdout

Shunus Nod Shunus Nod, fleshcrafter

Syeena Syeena, elvish godtoucher


A benevolent sphinx, hoping to prolong the life of mortals
Taani Taani, berserker of Etlan


Person who fell prey to an ooze.

An ogre from Grixis. An Incurable afflicted with unstable mutations that threatened to shatter his mind.
Knights from Bant drove him into the Maelstrom, which stabilized his mutations and made him a conduit for its own chaos.[3]

Amonkhet[edit | edit source]

Bablovia[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
The Big Idea

One of the leaders of the League of Dastardly Doom.

Master spy of Agents of S.N.E.A.K..
Buzzbark Ol' Buzzbark

Leader of the Goblin Explosioneers.
Calvin Granderson The Grand Calcutron

The leader of the Order of the Widget. A person that upgraded himself so many times, he’s no longer human but a computer.[9]

A member of the Order of the Widget. He invented a gnome with scoops for hands.
Flaky Flaky the Irrational

A clown who likes π.
Grusilda Grusilda, Monster Masher

One of the leaders of the League of Dastardly Doom. A zombie.
Hana Tanaka Dr. Hana Tanaka

A former associate of Dr. Julius Jumblemorph.[10]
Julius Jameson Dr. Julius Jumblemorph

Leader of the Crossbreed Labs.[10]

A minion of the League of Dastardly Doom.
Luisa Rodriguez Dr. Luisa Rodriguez

A former associate of Dr. Julius Jumblemorph.[10]
Mary O'Kill

One of the leaders of the League of Dastardly Doom. Inventor of the Killbots.
Malevolence Dr. Malevolence

A member of the League of Dastardly Doom.[10]

An elderly spy of Agents of S.N.E.A.K..
Monologue Major Monologue

A precursor of the League of Dastardly Doom.[10]
Phoebe Phoebe, Head of S.N.E.A.K.

Secret leader of the Agents of S.N.E.A.K..
Skiffle Ms. Skiffle

A teacher.[10]

A cautious member of the Goblin Explosioneers.
Thorna Grabbler

Former owner of Steamflogger Industries.[10]
Von Count Baron Von Count

One of the leaders of the League of Dastardly Doom.

A hired Zombie.

Cridhe[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards

A young boy from the Far Clans, enslaved by Nazir. His disformed shoulder is healed by Aylith.[11].

Daughter of Haen.[11] A gifted but untried mage and Keeper of the Clan Tree of Cridhe after her father's death.
She heals Nazir's madness and his injuries. After this, they perform the Awakening Ritual together.

An elf from Loch Prith in the service of Nazir. A shapeshiter able to take the form an owl.[11]

Former Keeper of the Clan Tree of Cridhe.[11]

A Nohrish shpeherd and cousin of Aylith who tries to save her from the Haenish forces.[11]

Former Keeper of the Clan Tree of Cridhe.[11]

A Norish warrior. Daughter of RoNal.[11] She forms an alliance with Aylith after her father is imprisoned by Nazir.

A weatherworker who, instigated by the the Sangrazul Malvos, aspired to become a planeswalker and destroyed the Clan Tree of Cridhe.[11]
Nazir Felonarch Nazir

Mad descendant of Nohr, under the influence of Malvos. Addicted to potions that are mutating him into a mirkealbion. Healed by Aylith.[11]

Leader of the Norish forces that abduct Aylith.[11]

Young kinsman of Nazir. He tried to rape Aylith and was killed by RoNal.[11]

Diraden[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Falia Menarch Falia

A wise woman, who appeared to be a child. Through the use of Blood Magic she had gained her wisdom from her mother. This had slowed her aging considerably. Falia was instantly smitten by Gideon's good looks and secretly plotted to separate him from Chandra.[12]

A goblin who guided Chandra and Gideon.[12]
Velrav Prince Velrav

A vampire prince. The ruler of Diraden. Killed by Chandra Nalaar.[12]

Dominaria[edit | edit source]

Equilor[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards

A man who let Urza and Xantcha stay in his home while they dwelled in Equilor, looking for the origin of the Phyrexians. Other people living in his house where his wife Tessu, Pakuya the ancient and Brya, a toddler. There where several other unnamed people there as well.[13]

An Elder of Equilor. A very mysterious person, as where most on Equilor. He was very interested by Urza’s designs for the perfect world. No Equilorian shared this opinion.[13]

Fiora[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Dear Mother

The Duchess of House Revari. Killed by her third son and returned as a ghost. [14]
Abrado Abrado, Custodi Priest

Custodi Priest, a Lich.
Alendis Vice Chancellor Alendis, Chancellor Alendis

A former Academian who joined the Custodi. A speciest, targeted by Daretti and Grenzo's in their spree of revenge.[15][16]
Emilio Revari Don Revari

Third son of a noble house of middling influence. Killed his mother to inherite her manor in the hinterlands. In turn, he was killed by her spirit. [14]
Emralla Professor Emralla

Former teacher at the Academy. She was bankrupted by Muzzio's machinations.[15]
Ervos Trax

A criminal, controlling the lowlands all the way to the city of Talon and the docks beyond. Eliminated by his longstanding business partner Marchesa.[17]
Grinaldi Chancellor Grinaldi

Former chancellor of the Academy. He was forced to leave his position, after his wife found out he was having an affair.[15]

A young man from the Low City. Muzzio's apprentice.[15]
Lucia Covi Lucia Covi, Thorn of the Queen

Spymaster of Marchesa d'Amati..[18]

A homunculus who hates crowds.
Ottavio d'Oro Ottavio d'Oro, Electoral Committee Speaker of Paliano

Electoral Committee Speaker of Paliano
Regness Professor Regness

Former teacher at the Academy.[15]
Tulando Professor Tulando

Former teacher at the Academy. Slated to be Vice-Chancellor, he was blackmailed by Muzzio and resigned.[15]
Zadrous Fimarell Professor Fimarell

An former Academian who stole Daretti's ideas. Killed in Daretti's and Grenzo's revenge.[15][16]

Innistrad[edit | edit source]

Ixalan[edit | edit source]

Kaladesh[edit | edit source]

Kamigawa[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Aoyama Constable Ayoyama

A constable who stayed in the ruins of Eiganjo with Isamaru.[19]

Moonfolk. Husband of Tamiyo. [20]
Hayato Hayato, Master Sailor

Hisoka Sensei Hisoka


Moonfolk. A son of Tamiyo. [20]
Kenzo Kenzo the Hardhearted

Ku-Ku Ku-Ku, akki poet


Nezumi. Adopted son of Tamiyo. [20]
Noboru Noboru, Master Kitemaker

Okazawa Captain Okazawa

A captain in Konda’s army. He led the soldiers that defended the Eiganjoan refugees against the forces of the Myojin of Infinite Rage.[19]
Rumiyo Rumi

Moonfolk. A daughter of Tamiyo. [20]

Orochi shaman. A daughter of Seshiro. Leader of the orochi with her brother Sosuke when they where attacked by the Moonfolk of Oboro.[19]

Orochi monk. A daughter of Seshiro. the first orochi to make peace with the monks of Jukai.[19]
Snow-Fur Snow-Fur, Kitsune Poet


Orochi warrior. A son of Seshiro. Leader of the orochi with his sister Sachi when they where attacked by the Moonfolk of Oboro..[19]
Tender-Hand Tender-Hand, Kitsune Healer

Umeyo Ume

Moonfolk. A niece of Tamiyo. [20]
Yoshiko Lady Yoshino

Concubine to Lord Konda and mother to princessMichiko. Lady Yoshino was one of the first victims of the Kami War.[19]
Yuriko Yuriko, the Tiger's Shadow

A legendary human ninja. Her identity is a mystery, but the monstrous face of the mask she wears inspires hope among the weak and terror in the mighty. She wields secrets as a weapon to debase the powerful and brings aid to the oppressed and afflicted.[5]

Kylem[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Gorm Gorm the Great

A Giant, fighting in Valor's Reach with his partner, the Azra Virtus. A bully.
Grothama Grothama, All-Devouring

A Legendary Wurm, featured in the Stadium of Valor's Reach.
Khorvath Brightflame

A Dragon, fighting in Valor's Reach ridden by his partner Sylvia Brightspear.
Krav Krav, the Unredeemed

A Demon, fighting in Valor's Reach with his Angel lover Regna.
Najeela Najeela, the Blade-Blossom

A Human Warrior, fighting in Valor's Reach.
Okaun Okaun, Eye of Chaos

A Cyclops Berserker, fighting in Valor's Reach with his partner, the Homunculus Zndrsplt.
Pir Pir, Imaginative Rascal

A young Human boy, fighting in Valor's Reach with his imaginary friend Toothy.
Regna Regna, the Redeemer

An Angel, fighting in Valor's Reach with her Demon lover Krav.
Sylvia Brightspear

A Human Knight, fighting in Valor's Reach riding on her partner Khorvath Brightflame.
Toothy Toothy, Imaginary Friend

An Illusion, fighting in Valor's Reach with his creator Pir.
Virtus Virtus the Veiled

An Azra Assassin, fighting in Valor's Reach with his partner, the Giant Gorm. They are bullies.
Zndrsplt Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom

A Homunculus, fighting in Valor's Reach with her partner, the Cyclops Okaun. She is a former warden of the Arena.

Lorwyn-Shadowmoor[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Awylla Awylla, Elvish Safewright

Braenna Braenna, Cobblesmith

Bowen Bowen, Barrenton Guardcaptain

Calydd Calydd, Kithkin Farmer

Deagan Deagan, Cenn of Burrenton

Desmera Desmera, Perfect of Wren's Run

Dindun Dindun of Kulrath Mine

Eidren Eidren, Perfect of Lys Alana

Flint Auntie Flint

The first boggart to pioneer the spiderwig, a mass of arachnids intended to be worn rather than eaten.
Galanda Galanda Feudkiller

Foremost among giant arbiters.

She holds court in an enormous bowl-shaped amphitheater in Lorwyn's mountains.[21]


Gond Gond, hero of Safehold Taldwen

A legendary Elf
Grensch Grensch, Merrow Cutthroat

Grub Auntie Grub

A goblin folk hero.
Illulia Illulia of Nighthearth

Illulia Illulia, Flamekin Soulstoke

Mowagh Mowagh the Gwyllion

Olka Olka, Mistmeadow Witch

Olly Olly of Goldmeadow

The Source The Source of the Wanderwine
The Source of the Wanderbrine

A Great Elemental guarding the source of the Wanderwine. Revered by the merrows.
Talara Talara, Elvish Safewright

Tollek Tollek Worldslayer
Tollek Worldwatcher

Twila Twila, Gilt-Leaf archdruid

Vessifrus Vessifrus, flamekin demagogue

An upstart looking to inspire rebellion among the flamekin.

One day he may lead an uprising against the tyranny of the beauty-obsessed elves.

Warrik Brutehexer

Wort Auntie Wort

A famous goblin shaman.

Mercadia[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
The Magistrate

Officialy he was the ruler of Mercadia City, but in reality he was just a puppet of the Kyren goblins and the Phyrexians. Deposed by the rebelling people of Mercadia and the Weatherlight crew.[22]

Mirrodin-New Phyrexia[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Adara Adara, tangle hunter

Atraxa Atraxa, Praetors' Voice

A Mirran angel who was compleated by the joint efforts of four Phyrexian Praetors.[3]
Avaricta Avaricta, Gitaxian sective

Avaricta oversees and directs the virologists and biomancers of the Progress Engine in charge of perfecting phyretic infection and its virulence.[23]
Axsh Axsh, lesser cenobite

Brudiclad Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer

An artifact artificer who melds flesh and metal in glorious harmony, from a possible future. During the Time Spiral crisis he was transported to Dominaria.[5]
Dakan Dakan

First and mightiest kha of the Leonin on Mirrodin.
Euphemia Euphemia, Nexus watcher

Ganedor Ganedor, loxodon mystic

Gyeld Gyeld, Vault Priest

Isilda Isilda, Priest of Sheoldred

Juex Juex, tormentor exarch

Juryan Juryan, rebel leader

A leonin who lead the Obu-Tal rebels after the Vanishing. Joined the Mirran Resistance.[24]
Konnos Konnos, Slyvok sage

Korva Korva, Vulshok battlemaster

Kessla Kessla, Sylvok shaman

Kethek Kethek, furnace stoker

Ketuc Ketuc of the Helm

Krol Krol, goblin furnace-priest

Lafarius Lafarius, Neurok sky agent

Lephar Lephar, loxodon surgeon

Malcator Malcator, Executor of Synthesis

Head of the executors of the Great Synthesis. He is in charge of determining what is deemed abomination and what is deemed ideal,
as per the scientific edicts and illumined scriptures of Jin-Gitaxias.[25]
Minhu Minhu, Mirran resistance

Pelyus Pelyus, vedalken ordinar

Politus Politus, vedalken emisar

Politus Politus, Gitaxian Morphologist

Pythor Pythor, Mirran resistance

Qal-Sha Qal-Sha, priest of Norn

Qerk Qerk of the Secret Warren

Ranya Ranya, skyhunter captain

Rhmir Rhmir, Hand of the Augur

Sadra Alic Sadra Alic, Neurok strategist

Sarnvax Sarnvax, Gitaxian sective

Overseer of the sective of stitchers, splicers, and excisors who work in the creation of Uulbrek's horrors and compleated Mirrans.[26]
Tae Aquil Tae Aquil, Viridian weaponsmith

Tarrin Tarrin, Hammer-Tribe shaman

Tilien Tilien, Sylvok Partisan

Ushanti Ushanti, leonin seer

A leonin advisor to Raksha who saw portents of doom after the Green Sun was released from the Radix. Disappeared during the Vanishing.
Varil Varil, Neurok partisan

Muraganda[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Olanti Olanti, Muraganda druid

Plane of Mountains and Seas[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Yinglong The Ancestor Dragon

It is said that Yinglong gave birth to the qilin and the phoenix, and after them, all of the hairy and winged beings in the world.

Rabiah[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards

The owner of a pair of magic sandals

A young man, tricked by an evil magician to recover a lamp with a Djinn. He defeats the wizard and marries a princess.
Ali Ali from Caïro

A prince who travels far to find the most extraordinary rare object for his love.
Ali Baba

A poor woodcutter who becomes rich after discovering a vast cache of treasure, hidden by evil bandits.
Eater of the Infinite

A Serendib efreet whose heart was so cold and jealous he could not stand the thought of other beings sharing the same earth as he.[27].

A Bird Maiden instrumental in the destruction of the Eater of the Infinite.[27].

Demonic leader of the efreeti. He led an army against the djann and their human allies.

A traveller blessed with enchanted saddlebags.

A cobbler transported to a strange land.
Maimun al-Wyluli

Writer of diary.

A poet princess.

A Desert Nomad instrumental in the destruction of the Eater of the Infinite.[27].

A woman commanding twenty Flying Men.

Victim of s sandstorm.

A True Djinn. The most powerful djinn enslaved by KIng Suleiman. He took the form of a meager worm.

A famous storyteller.

A famous sailor and adventurer.

A pious man, blessed with many sons, many jewels, and a great many camels

Rath[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards

The first(?) steward of Rath.[28] He grew too ambitious for Croag's liking and even tried to kill Croag when the Inner Circle member arrived on Rath to replace him. Croag was far stronger however and killed him, placing Davvol on the throne.

Ravnica[edit | edit source]

Regatha[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Luti Mother Luti

Elderly matriarch of Keral Keep. Alias of Jaya Ballard.[29][30]
Samir Mia Kaulda.

A woodland friend from Chandra..[12]
Serenok Abbot Serenok

Abbot of Keral Keep. Mentor and predecessor of Chandra.[29]

Leader of the Order of Heliud. Killed by Chandra Nalaar.[12]

Serra's Realm[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards

A Phyrexian infiltrant in Serra's Realm that made Radiant believe she was killing Phyrexians while the army was actually killing innocent people. He fought the Weatherlight in his full-Phyrexian Demon form when Urza attacked the Realm, but was defeated.[31]

One of the Sisters of Serra.[13] She guarded Xantcha, who she thought was sentenced to die by her lady. She didn’t know that the people trying to kill Xantcha also tried to kill her, for they didn’t accept that she was in love with Kenidiern, an angel. Though Serra did not oppose this, other people in the realm did.

An angel from Serra's Realm and Sossina's lover.[13]

Shandalar[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Old Fishbones

A river guide from Martyne
Alcinore Lord Alcinore

A famous knight. Father of Zaala.[32]
Alera Benath Alera Benath, Kalonian ranger

Alsadim K'mer

White Guildlord after the Wizard's War.[33]
Amira Amira, Skycaptain of Thune

Ashurel Ashurel, voidmage

Azguri Azguri, archmage of Evos Isle

Dexros Dexros, commander of the guards.

Dexros, commander of the guards at Lesh.[34]
Dionus Dionus, Elvish Archdruid

Doriel Doriel, Mentor of Mistral Isle

Elder Sun King

An acient enemy of Thune.[35]

A noble woman, a patron of Relno.[36]
Endril Endril, Kalonian naturalist

Gor Muldrak

Author of the Cryptohistories.

A fence from Martyne.[34]
Hastric Hastric, Thunian Scout

A scout in the employ of Ardestan who discovered the Sliver hive at the skep.[37] He slowly lost his mind.[34]
Idrus Idrus, War Priest of Thune

Jalira Jalira, Master Polymorphist

A mage and thief who followed Hastric’s trail to the skep.[34]
Juruk Juruk, Kalonian Tracker


An ancient dragon tyrannizing the lands around the Kapsho Seas. Defeated by the merfolk mage Talrand and his drakes.[38]
Kyrik Inquisitor Kyrik


Red Guildlord after the Wizard's War.[33]
Kurkesh Kurkesh, Onakke Ancient

The manifested spirit of a long-dead Onakke.[39]
Mokgar Mogkar, Kalonian Hunter

Morgane Morgane, the Great Druid

Green Guildlord after the Wizard's War.[33]

Relno's cat. Killer of Merfolk.[36]
Ravash Mog

A woman of the city Ardestan on Shandalar. Duel sister of Bani Bakur. Fell down a pit due to Lim-Dûl’s magic.
Rayel Vanger Rayel Vanger, Firstblade of Thune


A mage.[36]
Riku Riku of Two Reflections

A mighty mage who split himself into two reflections, each training and studying for years in his chosen field.[40][41]
Sarlena Sarlena, Paladin of the Northern Verge

Sentos Sentos the Merciful
Sentos the Righteous

A veteran soldier who brought glory on all who dwell in Thune. Killed by a gorgon.[35]
Skavius Slan Lichlord Skavius Slan

A lich using the empty body of Azar after the Wizard's War.
It took command of the Black Guild and ruled for ages, even among the passing of the other Guildlords.

Blue Guildlord after the Wizard's War.[33]
Triff Captain Triff

A sailor on the Kapsho Seas
Vickon Vickon, Eleventh Company battlemage

Yisan Yisan, the Wandering Bard

A one-eyed thief who followed Hastric’s trail to the skep. His lyre’s name is Tolumnus.
He became captivated by the Call of the Slivers.[34]

A major demon worshipped or followed by many people and creatures.[42][35]

A young woman training to be a knight. A dragon slayer.[32]

Faitfull homunculus of Relno.[36]

Tarkir[edit | edit source]

Theros[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Aescalos Aescalos, Healer of Pharika

Aesrias Aesrias, hero of Iroas

A hero of Iroas whose deeds are manifold. [43]
Agathe Agathe, Priest of Pharika

Alexio Alexio

A member of the Meletian Skyguard. Killed while protecting Iris.[44]
Anax Anax, king of Akros

King of Akros. Worshipper of Iroas and Purphoros, seeking to expand Akros into an empire. Partnered with Cymede.[45]
Anthousa Anthousa of Setessa

Leader of Setessa. Favored by Karametra after killing a titan awakened by Keranos.[45]

Last champion of the Iroan games[45]
Basarios Basarios the Blade

Brigone Brigone, Soldier of Meletis

Brimaz Brimaz, King of Oreskos

Leonin king of Oreskos.
Callaphe Callaphe the Mariner

Cymede Cymede, queen of Akros

Queen of Akros. Worshipper of Keranos and a gifted seer. Partnered with Anax.[45]

A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[46]
Eocles Eocles, Oracle of Purphoros


A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[46]
Guruthes Guruthes, disciple of Xenagos

Hira Hira, Street Oracle

Hypatia Hypatia of the Winged Horse

A former grange-mage from Meletis that became a soldier and became the lifelong ally of a Pegasus.[45]
Iadorna Iadorna, Death Priest of Erebos

Iris Iris of the Sight

A blind oracle of Ephara in Meletis.[44]
Kalemne Kalemne, Disciple of Iroas

A theran giant that worships Iroas and leads armies in his name. [47]
Kanlos Kanlos, Akroan captain

Kedarick Kedarick VI, king of Iretis

Ill-fated king of Iretis, he lost his kingdom due to the machinations of Ashiok and Phenax. As his city was sacked by Leonin and he received the news of the death of his wife and child, he stabbed out his own eyes.[48]
Kenessos Kenessos, Priest of Thassa

Kleon Kleon the Iron-Booted

Koblios Koblios

Author of Meditations, in which he postulates that the gods are personified patterns. Stoned to death for heresy.[49]
Kydele Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix

The primary oracle to Kruphix. For her, there is no greater virtue than seeking and facing the truth.[3]

Co-founder of Meletis after the defeat of Agnomakhos. Partnered with Tiro.[3]

A historian from Meletis, he studies the Leonin. Currently the only human allowed in Tethmos. [50]
Medomai Medomai the Ageless

A prophecizing sphinx, visiting Meletis several times to warn of future events.
Mirinthes Mirinthes, Akroan Captain

Olexa Olexa of the Twelve

Olexo Little Olexo

A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[46]
Perisophia Perisophia, the Philosopher

The most influential of the Twelve that rule Meletis, Perisophia is a favourite of Ephara.[45]
Polyxene Polyxene the Doubter

Rakleia Rakleia of Shrine Peak

Rastos Rastos, Disciple of Mogis

Ravos Ravos, Soultender

Oracle of Athreos. He swore to help the God guide the dead to the Underworld in exchange for seeing his dead lover once each year. In the interim, Ravos plots her rescue and secretly defies Athreos by escorting his wards back to the land of the living.[3]
Rhexenor Rhexenor, Akroan flamespeaker


Former kingpin of the Akros penal colony.[46]
Telphe Telphe, druid of Nylea

Thrasios Thrasios, triton hero

One of the few tritons living in Meletis. Believing he possesses the divine sanction of Thassa, he explores the ocean's depths at the edge of the world.[3]

Co-founder of Meletis after the defeat of Agnomakhos. Partnered with Kynaios.[3]
Tymna Tymna the Weaver

One of the few mortals on Theros to have mastered the magic of the Fates.[3]
Uremides Uremides the philosopher

Verenes Verenes, priest of Iroas


A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[46]

Ulgrotha[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards

A Goblin Wizard, the only survivor of the Goblin upper class to survive the Great War.
He became the goblins' new leader.[51]
Baki Baki, Wizard Attendant

An ambitious dwarven wizard at the Wizards' School on the Floating Isle.
Baris Baris, Serra Inquisitor

A Serra Inquisitor
Borthon Uncle Borthon

An Anaba minotaur (Sandruu's uncle) that was described by Sandruu as “not the most stable of us”.[52]
Cassie An-Havva

A young woman from An-Havva who was almost killed by Baron Sengir's Black Carriage on Carriage Road, but was saved by a Brass Man summoned by Feroz.[52]
Devin Devin, Faerie Noble

A Faerie created by the Autumn Willow in the likeness of Veldrane of Sengir.
In times of war they will lead the Faeries into battle, and in times of peace they will act as ambassadors and diplomats.[51]
Gemma Gemma, Willow Priestess

A follower of the Autumn Willow
Gulsen Gulsen, Abbey Matron

Matron of Aysen Abbey
Halina Halina, Dwarven Trader

A dwarven trader.
Joskun Joskun, An-Havva Constable

A constable of An-Havva, a village of people that got fed up with Aysens intensifying religious disputes.
Kakra Kakra, Sea Troll

A vicious, cruel Sea Troll
Murat Murat, Death Speaker

The leader of the Death Speakers, a religious group in Aysen that believes that Serra has died. The Abbot blames everything that goes wrong one them.
Onatah Onatah, Anaba Shaman

A shaman of the Anaba Minotaurs
Rashka Rashka the Slayer

A woman with a serious grudge against Baron Sengir, for her family was on the ship that Sengir hijacked many years ago, and now are slaves and prisoners within the Dark Barony.[51] She knows the only way to free them is to slay Sengir, and has been in training for most of her life, fighting and killing the vampires in Aysen and An-Havva.
Reyhan Reyhan, Samite Alchemist

A Samite alchemist
Zeki Zeki, Reef Pirate

A notorious pirate. He sails with a zombie crew not out of villainy, but pragmatism.

Wildfire[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Jan bin Jan. Caliph Jan bin jan

A Djinn, current Caliph of Wildfire.

Zendikar[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Akiri Akiri, kor line-slinger

A former leader of the kor who now safeguards travelers against Eldrazi threats.[3]
Arhana Arhana, Kazandu trapfinder

Bruse Tarl Bruse Tarl, Goma Fada nomad

A foul-mouthed nomadic herder who organized a force of nomads to battle the Eldrazi.
Chadir Chadir the Navigator


A Kor warrior who provided Nahiri with gear after her escape from Innistrad.[53]
Ganda Ganda, Goma Fada deserter

Harak Harak, Malakir bloodwitch

Jalun Jalun, Affa sentry

Javad Nasrin Javad Nasrin, Ondu relic hunter

Mulak Ffar

Author of Vastwood Biodiversity
Mzali Mzali, Lighthouse Archmage

Nazra Nazra of the Stone Havens

Nablus Nablus, North Hada trapper

Najiya Najiya, leader of the Tajuru

Nirthu Nirthu, lone missionary

Numa Numa, Joraga Chieftain

Nissa Revane's Chieftain[54], Most likely dead[55].
Raff Slugeater Raff Slugeater, goblin shortcutter

Ryza Ryza, Oran-Rief scout

Sachir Sachir, Akoum Expeditionary House

Samila Samila, Murasa Expeditionary House

Skab Skab, goblin secretkeeper


A Kor healer, met by Nahiri after her escape from Innistrad.[53]
Trinda Trinda, Hada spy patrol


Merfolk. Younger sister of Kiora.[56]
Vandri Vandri, Kalastria emissary

Yannash Yannash, outpost builder

Yon Basrel Yon Basrel, Oran-Rief survivalist

Zada Zada from Slab Haven

The leader of the Tuktuk tribe after she ate Tuktuk.[57]
Zarra Zarra, lullmage

Unknown plane[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Aeschel Aeschel, royal diplomat

Arahbo Arahbo, Roar of the World

A Cat Avatar. Like a lion's roar thunders across the savannah, Arahbo's voice resounds through the Multiverse,
stirring the hearts of every cat and awakening their spirits to his call.
A primordial being, Arahbo represents the ideal feline: clever, perceptive, assertive, poised, and a vicious hunter.[7]
Avitora General Avitora

Balan Balan, Wandering Knight

A solitary leonin knight, who loves the thrill of being the wandering hero.
She'll pounce into battle to defend the innocent or slay an evil beast.
She has many a tale of adventure, and will happily share them if there's a crackling fire and warm drink involved.[7]
Byro Byro, plague doctor

Dejara Dejara, Giltwood Druid

Esara Esara, healer adept

Euphemia Euphemia, Nexus watcher

Evo Ragus Evo Ragus

Eyra Sergeant Eyra

Faldus Lord Faldus

A rich landowner. He tried to recruit Garruk Wildspeaker for his armt, and killed Garruk's father Raklan.[58]
Flearan One-Eye

A Goblin engineer.
Frasio Frasio, royal archivist

Garild Garild, merfolk mage


Invisible companion of Noranda-Zang.[59]
Gorghul Gorghul, Augur of Skulls


A demon who voluntary choose for oblivion.
Hekjek Hekjek the Mad

Hewen Frit Hewen Frit, merchant

Hilneth Lord Hilneth

Hulo Hulo, the Pentinent Wanderer

Hurdek Hurdek, Mazar mammoth trainer

Imailia Squire Imalia, savior of Thiswick

Inalla Inalla, Archmage Ritualist

A masterful human wizard whose quest for power led her to probe the depths of the darkest sorcery.
She concealed her arcane practice from the elders of her conclave, impressing them with her talent and working her way up to the position of archmage.[7]
Ippin Ippin, master cartographer

Isareth Isareth the Awakener

A necromancer.

A female Minotaur, Daughter of Angrath.[60]
Kaldrin Kaldrin, jungle sightseer

Kenjek Kenjek, captain of the Thousand Swords

Krond Krond, the dawn-clad

An Archon, nemesis of Vela, the night-clad
Lalor Lalor the Obstinate

A pretender king killed by a rebels.
Lathliss Lathliss, Dragon Queen

Lena Lena, Selfless Champion

A knight who sacrificed herself for the greater good.
Lian Queen Lian

A vampire queen. Possibly from Torrezon.
Licia Licia, Sanguine Tribune

A vampire warrior on a plane inspired by Ancient Rome. She is an army general renowned for her ruthlessness in battle.
She wields dual swords stained with the blood of countless victims, including the enchanted blood of an angel, whose feathers Licia wears in her helmet as a symbol of her supremacy.[7]
As ravenous for conquest as she is for blood, she led an invading force across the sea, rampaging from village to village on a merciless massacre, leaving nothing but death in her wake.
Lila Lila, Erunian priest

Lumi Lumi, Goatherd

Margaret The trusty packbeast of Hewen Frit.

Mathas Mathas, Fiend Seeker

Both a vampire and a vampire hunter. His desire to be the only one of his kind drives him to betray his brethren.
He hunts his fellow vampires and brands them with a powerful holy symbol, condemning them to death.[7]
He keeps his identity a secret, playing the part of an innocent immortal.

An enchanted house cat.
Nekusar Nekusar, the Mindrazer

Mogwin Mogwin, goblin delinquent

Nin Nin, the pain artist

A Vedalken Wizard.
Orlo Orlo, goblin raider


A taskmage. Father of Garruk Wildspeaker. Killed by troops of Lord Faldus.[58]
Ramal Ramal, sage of Westgate

A Centaur.
Rondor Lord Rondor

A battle lord

A female Minotaur, Daughter of Angrath.[60]
Ryda Ryda, geomancer

Ryda Sergeant Ryda

Sal Sal, Master Thopterist

A human artificer.
Saskia Saskia the Unyielding

The sole survivor of a massacre conducted against her village by an invading army from across the sea.
The warrior tradition of her people calls for the survivors of a battle to erect a monument of stones for the fallen
- a task Saskia toiled at in solitude for almost ten years.
As news of her labor spread, thousends of warriors journeyed to see Saskia place the final stone upon this symbol of defiance. The monument complete, her thoughts turned from mourning to vengeance.
With axe in hand and a host at her back, she brought war to the doorsteps of her enemies.[3]
Shai Fusan Shai Fusan, Archmage

Sildark Sildark, artificer of Omu

Tana Tana, the Bloodsower

An elf abandoned in the woods as a child. She has become a feral prowler, viciously hunting trespassers to feed her saproling caretakers.[3]
Thantis Thantis, the Warweaver

A giant and malevolent spider. She spins a monstrous web of burning mana across a distant forest, inciting rage in every creature that stumbles into its tangle. The fury of her prey feeds her own ferocity before she feasts on their corpses.[5]
Torricks Torricks, Battlefield Medic

Varina Varina, Lich Queen

A Zombie Wizard. Her necromantic magic has preserved her semblance of life for countless centuries and made the passage of time meaningless to her. She can peer into a range of unfulfilled futures and raise zombies from the shadows of these discarded realities.[5]
Varra Varra, Warden of the East Road

Vela Vela, the night-clad

A human wizard, nemesis of Krond, the dawn-clad
Veldka Veldka, wandering sage

Volux Volux, disciple of Nin

Disciple of Nin, the Pain Artist
Vradeen Vradeen, vampire nocturnus

Yare-Tiva Yare-Tiva, warden of Gramur forest

Yennett Yennett, Cryptic Sovereign

A Sphinx.
Yurin Yurin, royal assassin

Zul Ashur Zul Ashur, lich lord

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