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Compleation, not to be confused with completion, is the state of Phyrexian maturity and perfection. It entails the total replacement of all organic parts of the body, until nothing but artifice remains.[1] The being retains its memory and personality.

The word "compleat" is an archaic English term meaning "having all necessary or desired elements or skills".[2] It is not a misspelling of the more common "complete".

Examples of compleated beings


New Phyrexia

In-game references

Referred to:


  1. Doug Beyer (February 02, 2011). "A Linguistic Look at Besieged". Wizards of the Coast.
  2. Definition of Compleat by Mirriam-Webster. Mirriam-Webster. Retrieved May 27, 2017.