List of Magic: The Gathering characters: D

List of Magic: The Gathering characters: D

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.

List of Magic: The Gathering characters: A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

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D’Haren

A wizard, involved in an ugly fight (Card: Divine Offering)

Dakan

The first and mightiest of leonin leaders (Card: Raksha Golden Cub)

Dakkon Blackblade

A powerful warrior and weaponsmith from Legends. Has the planeswalker spark, but it cannot ignite thanks to Geyadrone Dihada. Forefather of the Carthalions (Comics). The planeswalker Geyadrone Dihada requested that he forge her a powerful sword. With this she stabbed his shadow and left him, a cross between living and dead, his soul bound to an amulet held by his friend Carth. He wandered Dominaria for many years until he met Dihada and challenged her. Victorious, she returned his shadow. He is still believed to wander Dominaria with his only friend Carth. The Future Sight expansion hints that ownership of the Blackblade has since passed to an undead warrior named Korlash

Danhelm

A dwarven general of Sarpadia

Daria

‘She who comes first’. Adopted daughter of Taysir, resurrected by Ravidel. She may or may not be the same persona as Liana of Minorad. As a planeswalker she was one of ‘Nine Titans’ who fought with Urza against Yawgmoth. Daria met her end against Tevesh Szat, a fellow Titan, during the incursion of Phyrexia's third sphere. (Apocalypse)

Darien Kjeldor

Prince, and later King, of Kjeldor during the Ice Age. Initially seen by his people as a weak and ineffectual ruler who depends far too much on advisors, the treason of the Stromgald Cabal galvanises his rule. He immediately brings the military under his strict control and marches, alongside the Balduvians, against Lim-Dul, who had been manipulating the Cabal. Once Lim-Dul is defeated, Darien helps to unite Kjeldor and Balduvia into one nation, New Argive. He and the Balduvian chieftain, Lovisa Coldeyes, are then content to step back and groom their heirs to eventually take the throne. During Heidar's campaign to reverse the Thaw, Darien successfully steps up his attempts to bring Yavimaya and the Juniper Order into a closer alliance with the nation. (Cards: Darien, King of Kjeldor, Swift Maneuver, Unlikely Alliance)

Darigaaz the Igniter

Darigaaz, also called in the book Rhammidarigaaz (meaning "conception" in the language of dragons) is the Primeval dragon of Shiv, symbolizing birth and creation. He served as a Shivan champion and challenged Urza when he visited Shiv for Mana rig. During the Invasion War, Darigaaz leads the army of dragons to protect Dominaria. However, cajoled by Tevesh Szat, he travels across Dominaria, awakening first Rith, then Treva, then Dromar and finally Crosis. He doesn’t realize that each awakening requires a sacrifice. Finally, he kills himself and embraces Crosis, who raises the four other primevals as gods. Darigaaz attacks the Weatherlight but Karn lets him see what he has become - a tyrant. Devastated, dives into a nearby volcano, killing himself and weakening the immortality of other four dragons so the Weatherlight can defeat them. (Invasion)

Darius

Sneaked upon by a Goblin (Card: Wave of Indifference)

Daudi

A Femeref tutor (Card: Enlightened Tutor)

Davin Lansson

Naturalist in the party of Disa the Restless (Card: Yavimaya Gnats)

Davvol

First self-appointed Evincar of Rath. Davvol assumed command by manipulating Croag, a Phyrexian Inner Circle member. Croag eventually had his revenge by slaying Davvol. (Urza’s Destiny)

Delif

Author of Ponderings (Cards: Delif's Cone, Delif's Cube)

Delphine

Primata Delphine was a female inquisitor of the Church of Tal during the Dark. She formed part of the Order of St. Zil. Delphine led an unsuccessful assault on the Conclave of Mages, which resulted in her death at the hands of Mairsil the Pretender. (Card: Inquisition)

Devin

A faerie Noble (Homelands)

Disa the Restless

Traveller of the realms of the Ice Age, wife of Kolbjörn, stepmother of Kaysa. Died of plague twenty years after the end of the Ice Age. Along with General Jarkeld and Jaya is one of the main quoted people in the Ice Age expansion.

Ditri

A Gate Hound of the nightguard patrol. (Card: Gate Hound)

Dobbs (1)

Mother Dobbs was an ancient crone living in Ghed during The Dark. She was persecuted by the Church of Tal for practicing witchcraft.

Dobbs (2)

Icatian Corporal (Card: Necrite, Goblin War Drums)

Dobruk

The Unstable, a pyromancer at war with Lydia, Countess Brellis who liked to use his own summonings as fuel for his magefire. (Cards: Coal Stoker, Coal Golem)

Dokai, Weaver of Life

Legendary monk of Kamigawa gifted with the power to animate the land into powerful elementals. (Kamigawa)

Doctor Jest

A being who inhabits Tezzeret's nervous system. Doc can see, hear, feel, smell, and taste everything Tezzeret can. In addition, he can produce shooting pains throughout Tezzeret's body and even hinder his ability to planeswalk. Nicol Bolas created Doc as a means to give Tezzeret "motivation" to carry out his will. However, in the novel Test of Metal, Tezzeret is able to use several of Doc's features to his advantage.

Doran, the Siege Tower

A treefolk of Lorwyn Doran, the Siege Tower.

Dosan, the Falling Leaf

One of the master monks of the Sacred Bell order. Blessed by the kami with a long life before the kami war, Dosan used that power in an attempt to communicate with the major kami and stop the war. (Kamigawa)

Drafna

Sage, Founder and leader of the College of Lat-Nam during the Brothers’ war. Husband and former teacher of Hurkyll.

Dralnu

Lich Lord living in Urborg. He was one of the undead servants of the Urborg witch, Tojira, who taught him the ways of the necromancer. He killed her and took control of all her other undead creations. Dralnu appeared during the second wave of the Phyrexian Invasion to assist the armies of Generals Agnate and Grizzlegom. The two were suspicious, but Dralnu was also aware of the world's fate and rose to help. Agnate thought that the Lich Lord strikingly resembled his brother Thaddeus. However, Dralnu had his own agenda to follow, and secretly infected Agnate with a necrotic plague, hoping to make a zombie minion of him. Agnate is euthanised twice by Grizzlegom who then attacks the Lich Lord with the help of two Metathran. They carefully destroy the necromancer, hacking him to pieces to prevent his coming back.(Planeshift)

Dralnu was timeshifted to Rift-Era Dominaria during Time Spiral block. (Card: Dralnu, Lich Lord)

Dravash

A dowsing shaman of Ravnica and member of the Cult of Yore. (Cards: Dowsing Shaman, Smogsteed Rider)

Dravin

A Gruul deserter. (Card: Blazing Archon)

Dravus

A lava mage. (Sudden Impact, 9th edition)

Dromar the Banisher

Dromar is the Primeval dragon from Vodalia. Trapped by his own greed in an opulent prison cave built by the merfolk, he is the third Primeval released by Darigaaz. (Invasion)

Drulvurg

Troll King of Jamuraa. He commanded a large army of trolls that once conquered all of Aerona. (Card: Jungle Troll)

Durg

A Goblin Archeologist on Mirrodin. (Cards Goblin Archaeologist)

Dyfed

The planeswalker who brought Yawgmoth to Phyrexia. Herself a Thran, from before the setting of the eight city-states, she returned to Dominaria and the city-state of Halcyon after detecting an unignited planeswalker spark, and assumed it was Yawgmoth's (she had actually felt Glacian's, as Yawgmoth did not have a spark). Transplanted some of Halcyon's aristocratic elite and their goblin caretakers to the undeveloped plane of Mercadia at the behest of Glacian. Later, Yawgmoth captured and kept her incapacitated long enough to study her thoroughly, hoping to find the "planeswalker organ." When Rebbec was trying to save Glacian from Phyrexia she encountered Dyfed, comatose and cut open on a table, and kindly put her out of her misery.


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