List of Magic: The Gathering characters: I

The fictional multiverse of the Wizards of the Coast Magic: The Gathering trading card game, introduced in 1993, has many characters. This alphabetic list includes characters to which the flavor text on the cards is atributted or who are mentioned in it, along with those referred in related games, novels, comics or short stories.

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Ib Halfheart

Goblin tactician of Terisiare. Reputedly the unofficial king of the goblins, he's not known for remarkable intelligence or bravery compared to humans, but compared to other goblins, it's a different story(Ice Age). Ib was timeshifted to Rift-Era Dominaria in Future Sight, titled as Goblin Tactician Ib Halfheart, Goblin Tactician. Also is quoted on: Blinking Spirit, Goblin Snowman, Panglacial Wurm.

Ichiga

Ichiga, Who Topples Oaks is a legendary spirit on Kamigawa.(Card: Ichiga, Who Topples Oaks)

Ihsan

"Ihsan the Weak", "Ihsan the Fallen", "Ihsan the Betrayer". Former Serra Paladin, killed by Baron Sengir and turned into a shade. As a Shade he is under the Baron's complete control and leads an army of vampires on crusades throughout Ulgrotha. However, he still retains memories from his time as a hero and yearns for release. Ihsan was glimpsed by Leshrac as the planeswalker chased Nicol Bolas across the planes. (Homelands) (Card: Ihsan's Shade)

Iizuka

Iizuka the Ruthless is a legendary Samurai on Kamigawa. (Card: Iizuka the Ruthless)

Il-Chunt

A Monster which a terrifying mask was modeled after. (Card: Imposing Visage 5th)

Ilromov

Evangelical traveling storyteller of Ravnica. (Cards: Sanguine Praetor, Ghost Warden)

Imwita

A Zhalfirin artificer (Card: Goblin Tinkerer)

Iname

A legendary spirit on Kamigawa (Cards: Iname, Death Aspect; Iname as One)

Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni

A legendary rat ninja on Kamigawa who lives in the Takenuma Swamp. Abandoned by her own people, she was raised by an ogre named Muzan. She became the servant of the Pitlord, Kuro after killing Muzan and bringing him back to life.(Kamigawa) (Card: Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni)

Irini Sengir

Daughter of the Dwarven King of the Homelands. Kidnapped and turned into a vampire by Baron Sengir as an object lesson to the dwarves. (Homelands) (Card: Irini Sengir)

Isamaru

Konda's pooch, acts as faithful guardian to Konda's daughter Michiko Konda in the Kamigawa trilogy. (Kamigawa)

Isao

Isao, Enlightened Bushi is a legendary samurai on Kamigawa.(Card: Isao, Enlightened Bushi)

Isel

A master carver (Invasion)

Ishi-Ishi

A legendary goblin warrior on Kamigawa. (Card: Ishi-Ishi, Akki Crackshot)

Isperia

Also spelled Hesperia. An inscrutable sphinx on Ravnica. Isperia was regularly visited by the Azorius arbiters for advice, giving her answers in a cryptic language only they understood.

Istvan

Uncle Istvan was a hermit that once gone mad and went on the killing spree.

Ith

Lord Ith was the leader of the hidden Conclave of Mages during the Dark. For twelve years he was imprisoned by Mairsil the Pretender in Barl's Cage deep beneath the School of the Unseen. Despite being driven insane by the cage's magic, he gathered his wits enough at one point to send his only remaining loyal minion, the Rag Man, in search of Jodah. Jodah was able to free him, and Ith tore through the school as a massive fiery demon to confront Mairsil.

Lord Ith was shifted to the future in Time Spiral as Ith, High Arcanist.

In an article on magicthegathering.com[1], it was revealed that Jeff Grubb, author of the Ice Age cycle, had misinterpreted the flavor text of Dark Sphere. Grubb read it as "-Barl, to Lord Ith", when in reality it said "-Barl, Lord Ith", thus one character became two.

Ivos Koba

An Indrik handler of Ravnica. (Card: Stomp and Howl)

Ivra Jursdotter

Sarpadian mercenary captain, hired by the Ebon Hand (Fallen Empires)

Iwamori, the Open Fist

Mighty monk of the sacred bell order and protector of the Boseiju sanctum. Trained to perfect his body and became easily the strongest human being in Kamigawa. His continuous quest for vengeance against the kami for the death of his family leads him to battle with numerous major kami. His final destiny is unknown.

Ixidor

A wizard of the Magic: The Gathering world, who lived in Dominaria during the events after the destruction of Cabal City involving the First, Kamahl and Chainer.

Ixidor made his living as a pit fighter in the colosseum of the Cabal alongside his beloved Nivea, a talented summoner. Ixidor and Nivea lived this life betting on each other in the pits with the hopes of earning enough money to quit their career as pit fighters. As powerful as they were, they wouldn't see their dream fulfilled, as Nivea was killed in a fight at the hands of Phage the Untouchable.

Weak, physically and mentally, and with no money to pay his debts, Ixidor was cast to the desert, abandoning all hope of life. Ixidor in fact died in the desert, but then his body was inhabited by the spirit of the Numena Llowalyn, an ancient spirit of Dominaria. With renewed strength and the power to bend reality, Ixidor started to craft his perfect world, using his artistic gifts as a way to create a new realm from his imagination.

One of such creations was Akroma, a white angel with the face of his deceased Nivea. Remembering during a dream the root of all his suffering, Ixidor bent himself to one purpose: the destruction of Phage.

Akroma would try to help Ixidor in this task multiple times, but would fail to finish off Phage thanks to the intervention of Kamahl, now a druid of the Krosan forest.

Later Ixidor faced Phage's army, casting an unlimited amount of illusions and finally a devastating horde of massive, uncontrollable deathwurms. Faced with the consequences of such a reckless act, Ixidor vanished into a pocket dimension. Kamahl of Krosa convinced him to return. Ixidor was now fully aware of Llowalyn and joined his two brother Numena, Kuberr and Averru, in an attempt to take Karona's magic for themselves. When that failed, Ixidor advised Kamahl in how to destroy Karona, thus helping in the birth of the planeswalker Jeska. Ixidor and the other Numena were killed in the duel. Some of Ixidor's spawn yet walk over Dominaria. (Onslaught) (Card: Ixidor, Reality Sculptor


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