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A planeswalker type is any subtype used for the further classification of planeswalker cards.

Description[ | ]

Like creature types, they are not optional, with the sole exception of The Wanderer, and are most of the time more flavorful than mechanically important. Planeswalker types served a function similar to the legend rule, the planeswalker uniqueness rule, until that rule was removed as of Ixalan.

Each type is either the first, last, or sole name of the character. The card name also encapsulates the type, with three exceptions of The Royal Scions, Professor Onyx, and Grand Master of Flowers.

Rules[ | ]

From the glossary of the Comprehensive Rules (June 7, 2024—Modern Horizons 3)

Planeswalker Type
A subtype that’s correlated to the planeswalker card type. See rule 306, “Planeswalkers.” See rule 205.3j for the list of planeswalker types.

From the Comprehensive Rules (June 7, 2024—Modern Horizons 3)

  • 205.3j Planeswalkers have their own unique set of subtypes; these subtypes are called planeswalker types. The planeswalker types are Ajani, Aminatou, Angrath, Arlinn, Ashiok, Bahamut, Basri, Bolas, Calix, Chandra, Comet, Dack, Dakkon, Daretti, Davriel, Dihada, Domri, Dovin, Ellywick, Elminster, Elspeth, Estrid, Freyalise, Garruk, Gideon, Grist, Guff, Huatli, Jace, Jared, Jaya, Jeska, Kaito, Karn, Kasmina, Kaya, Kiora, Koth, Liliana, Lolth, Lukka, Minsc, Mordenkainen, Nahiri, Narset, Niko, Nissa, Nixilis, Oko, Ral, Rowan, Saheeli, Samut, Sarkhan, Serra, Sivitri, Sorin, Szat, Tamiyo, Tasha, Teferi, Teyo, Tezzeret, Tibalt, Tyvar, Ugin, Urza, Venser, Vivien, Vraska, Vronos, Will, Windgrace, Wrenn, Xenagos, Yanggu, Yanling, and Zariel.

List of planeswalker types[ | ]

List of Acorn types[ | ]

There is one Acorn planeswalker type:

List of Test Card types[ | ]

There are two test card planeswalkers with unique types:

List of types on celebration cards[ | ]

A number of celebration cards are planeswalkers and have unique types:

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