This name generator will send you 15 random minotaur names that match for the Magic: The Gathering Universe. Minotaurs are bipedal, humanoid bulls that appear to live in mountainous areas and are renowned for their enormous strength, fierce fighting and pride. However, not all minotaurs look like lions, others look like goats or antelopes, but inside the Magic are all called minotaurs: the Gathering World. As far as personal names go, there wasn't a massive amount of source material to work with, but we still used what little there was as a basis for this generator. We added some creative freedoms here and there to what already existed, but ultimately the names suit well with those few cards which have a personal name for a minotaur. They seem to be rough sounding as far as their names go, often a little difficult to pronounce and very dark overall. Fortunately there were plenty of standard card names to work with, so there is plenty of unique card names to choose from in this generator.
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The Minotaur, which is a faction in the Magic: The Gathering game, are very powerful warriors. Their main weapon is the axe known as Ahn-Kadmon. The Minotaur is part of the Rakdos clan, who are an evil race that lives under Nicol Bolas. They have the strength and intelligence to become warriors. However, the Minotaur are also the ones responsible for the destruction of Nicol Bolas's plane of Argus. They are also one of the biggest threats to all Magic: The Gathering Planeswalkers.
+Minotaur (93): Haste. Once you cast Ahn-Kadmon, target creature cannot block this turn. This ability only works on creature spells. +Minotaur (43): +1: Ahn-Kadmon has first strike as long as it is your turn. -1: Ahn-Kadmon has haste as long as there are two or more players. You are allowed to cast the spell on the Minotaur' turn even if another player has already cast a spell. -4: Ahn-Kadmon can't be used to sacrifice the creature.
Minotaurs are quite powerful warriors in Magic: The Gathering. However, they are also quite vulnerable. Because of their weakness, they are best left alone unless you want to try to fight them directly. If you have a large amount of data, use the Minotaur as a mana sink to reduce the amount of mana you spend. Since they are so powerful, you should take out most of the opponents' creatures and then crush them with Ahn-Kadmon. As a rule, you should keep any Minotaur with trample. If you can get enough creatures trampled, it will be too difficult for the opponent to kill you.