Colors and Color Identity

You can find cards that are a certain color using the c: or color: keyword, and cards that are a certain color identity using the id: or identity: keywords.

Both sets of keywords accepts full color names like blue or the abbreviated color letters w, u, r, b and g.

Use c or colorless to match colorless cards, and m or multicolor to match multicolor cards.

Note that the color search is inclusive. It will find cards that are at least the colors you’ve specified.

The identity search is exclusive, it will match any cards that can be played in the given identity, excluding other colors. This is handy for Commander format.

Card Types

Find cards of a certain card type with the t: or type: keywords. You can search for any supertype, card type, or subtype.

Using only partial words is allowed.

Oracle Text

Use the o: or oracle: keywords to find cards that have specific phrases in their text box.

You can put quotes " " around text with punctuation or spaces.

You can use ~ in your text as a placeholder for the card’s name.

This keyword checks the current Oracle text for cards, so it uses the most up-to-date phrasing available. For example, “dies” instead of “is put into a graveyard”.

Mana Costs

Use the m: or mana: keyword to search for cards that have certain symbols in their mana costs.

This keyword uses the official text version of mana costs set forth in the Comprehensive Rules. For example, {G} represents a green mana.

Shorthand for is allowed for symbols that aren’t split: G is the same as {G}

However, you must always wrap complex/split symbols like {2/G} in braces.

You can find cards of a specific converted mana cost with cmc, comparing with a numeric expression (>, <, =, >=, <=, and !=)

Power, Toughness, and Loyalty

You can use numeric expressions (>, <, =, >=, <=, and !=) to find cards with certain power, power/pow, toughness, toughness/tou, or starting loyalty, loyalty/loy.

You can compare the values with each other or with a provided number.

Multi-faced Cards

You can find cards that have more that once face with is:split (split cards), is:flip (flip cards), is:transform (cards that transform), is:meld (cards that meld), and is:leveler (cards with Level Up)

Spells, Permanents, and ETB

Find cards that are cast as spells with is:spell.

Find permanent cards with is:permanent.

And finally, find cards that have an enters-the-battlefield trigger with is:etb.

Extra Cards and Funny Cards

Vanguard, plane, scheme, and phenomenon cards are hidden by default. You must either search for their type (using the t: keyword) or a set that contains them (the e: keyword).

Un-cards, holiday cards, and other funny cards are findable with is:funny or mentioning their set.

You may also use include:extras to reveal absolutely every card when you search.


Use r: or rarity: to find cards by their print rarity. You can search for common, uncommon, rare, mythic.

Sets, Blocks, and Reprints

Use s:, e:, set:, or edition: to find cards using their three or four-letter Magic set code.

Use b: or block: to find cards in a Magic block by providing the three-letter code for any set in that block.

You can find reprints with is:reprint or cards that were new in their set with not:reprint.

Using a plus sign +, you can also find cards that were printed in two or more given sets. For example: e:tsp+mm2

Format Legality

Use the f: or format: keywords to find cards that are legal in a given format.

The current supported formats are: standard, modern, legacy, vintage, commander, pauper, frontier, penny (Penny Dreadful), and duel (Duel Commander).

Use is:commander to find cards that can be your commander.

You can also find cards that are explicitly banned in a format with the banned: keyword and restricted with the restricted: keyword.

Finally, you can find cards on the Reserved List with is:reserved.

USD/EUR/TIX prices

You can find prints within certain usd, eur, tix price ranges by comparing them with a numeric expression (>, <, =, >=, <=, and !=)

Artists and Flavor Text

Search for cards illustrated by a certain artist with the a:, art:, or artist: keywords.

Search for words in a card’s flavor text using the ft: or flavor: keywords.

For both of these, you can can wrap statements with spaces or punctuation in quotes " ".

Border and Frame

Use the border: keyword to find cards with a black, white, or silver border.

You can find cards with a certain frame edition with is:new, is:modern, is:old, and is:future.

Because the definition of “new” will shift over time, you can also search for frame:1993, frame:2003, frame:2015, and frame:future, which will not change.

Promotional and Online Cards

Find promotional cards with is:promo.

Find cards in special Magic Online sets with is:digital or is:online.

Shortcuts and Nicknames

The search system includes a few convenience shortcuts for common card sets:

You can find some interesting land groups with is:bounceland, is:gainland, is:fastland, is:checkland, is:shockland, is:fetchland, is:filterland, and is:dual

You can find color- and timeshifted cards from Time Spiral block with is:colorshifted and is:timeshifted

You can find all Masterpiece Series cards with is:masterpiece

Negating Conditions

All keywords except for include can be negated by prefixing them with a hyphen (-). This inverts the meaning of the keyword to reject cards that matched what you’ve searched for.

The is: keyword has a convenient inverted mode not: which is the same as -is:. Conversely, -not: is the same as is:.

Loose name words can also be inverted with -

Exact Names

If you prefix words or quoted phrases with ! you will find cards with that exact name only.

This is still case-insensitive.

“Unrolling” Searches

By default, searching finds each Magic card name only once. For example, if your search results include the card Pacifism, you will only see Pacifism once and not every single reprint of Pacifism.

However, if you prefix your whole search with ++ you will “unroll” the search and find every single print of all matching cards.

Using “OR”

By default every search term you enter is combined. All of them must match to find a card.

If you want to search over a set of options or choices, you can put the special word or/OR between terms.

Nesting Conditions

You may nest conditions inside parenthesis ( ) to group them together. This is most useful when combined with the OR keyword.

Remember that terms that are not separated by OR are still combined.