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Creature Type
(Subtype for creature/kindred cards)
18 cards
{W} 38.9% {U} 5.6% {B} 5.6% {R} 5.6% {G} 16.7% {W/U} 5.6% {G/W} 16.7% {M} 5.6%
7 Rabbit creation cards
{W} 57.1% {R} 14.3% {G/W} 28.6%
as of Bloomburrow
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Rabbit is a creature type used for cards depicting soft-furred, long-eared, burrowing lagomorphs. They appear most frequently in {G}{W} but have been printed in all colors. A related intelligent race is the Moonfolk of Kamigawa.

History[ | ]

The first creature to bear the type was Zodiac Rabbit in Portal Three Kingdoms. For a long time, it was the only lifelike rabbit. Other cards with the type were Rabbit Beasts: Vizzerdrix, Kezzerdrix [1] and Jackalope Herd. A fifth, and first Legendary, Rabbit (Kwain, Itinerant Meddler) was introduced in Commander Legends. An artificial Rabbit (Rabbit Battery) was printed in Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty.

Rabbits were sparingly featured in Wilds of Eldraine and gained full typal support in Bloomburrow.[2]

Storyline[ | ]

Bloomburrow[ | ]

Rabbits are one of the animalfolk of Bloomburrow. As a group, they are community-focused, and most of them are talented chefs and farmers that provide food to most of the creatures in Valley.[3] They are conflict-averse as a rule, preferring to let trouble blow over them rather than stick their noses in it. That doesn't mean they can't defend themselves though. Some of them are valiant warriors wielding carrot-like cudgels and bows.

According to "Giddy's Guide to Valley," rabbitfolk culturally treasure their family dinners more so than other animalfolk, to the point that interrupting one is considered a grievous offense.[4]

The Flower Garden is a sacred site to the rabbitfolk of Valley, and its path has been curated for centuries to ensure no flower is trampled.[5]If a flower begins to die, the petals and other parts are collected to decorate the homes of any rabbitfolk villages that witnessed the flower's passing.

One of their kin, Finneas, assisted Mabel in her quest to stop the Calamity Beasts.[6]

At their best, rabbitfolk are stalwart, hospitable, and peaceful. At their worst, they are stubborn, narrowminded, and cowardly.[7]

Notable Rabbits[ | ]


Tokens[ | ]

Token Name Color Type Line P/T Text Box Source Printings
Rabbit White Creature — Rabbit 1/1
Intrepid Rabbit White Creature — Rabbit Soldier 1/1 When this creature enters, target creature you control gets +1/+1 until end of turn.
(This token's mana cost is {2}{W}.)
Warren Warleader White Creature — Rabbit Knight 1/1 Whenever you attack, choose one —
• Create a 1/1 white Rabbit creature token that’s tapped and attacking.
• Attacking creatures you control get +1/+1 until end of turn.
(This token's mana cost is {2}{W}{W}.)
Pawpatch Recruit Green Creature — Rabbit Warrior 1/1 Trample
Whenever a creature you control becomes the target of a spell or ability an opponent controls, put a +1/+1 counter on target creature you control other than that creature.
(This token's mana cost is {G}.)

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