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Untrample is a slang term for the ability of creatures to assign their combat damage to target creature instead of defending player when they aren't blocked. It first appeared in Fallen Empires.

Examples[edit | edit source]


Zealot il-Vec {2}{W}
Creature — Human Rebel
Shadow (This creature can block or be blocked by only creatures with shadow.)
Whenever Zealot il-Vec attacks and isn't blocked, you may have it deal 1 damage to target creature. If you do, prevent all combat damage Zealot il-Vec would deal this turn.

Color percentages[edit | edit source]

There is a total of 6 cards that involve untrample, which divide by color as such:

  • {W} 50%
  • {R} 33%
  • {B} 17%

Cards with untrample[edit | edit source]

Creatures with untrample

Spells that grant untrample

See also[edit | edit source]