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    Default What are "Landwalk Abilities"

    For example

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    Target creature loses all landwalk abilities until end of turn.

    What does "Landwalk Ability" mean?

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    Default Re: What are "Landwalk Abilities"

    Any ability like Forestwalk, Mountainwalk, etc.

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    Default Re: What are "Landwalk Abilities"

    what does it do?

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    Default Re: What are "Landwalk Abilities"

    Landwalk means that if the defending player controls a land of that description, then the creature with that landwalk cannot be blocked.

    Example: My creature has mountainwalk, and you control a Mountain. You cannot block my creature.

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    Default Re: What are "Landwalk Abilities"

    you mean opponents needs to have those lands or I do for it to work (or any player)? Because I have no control over what he puts in his deck? For example what if I use a creature with forestwalk in my green deck but other player is using a black deck?

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    Default Re: What are "Landwalk Abilities"

    The defending player needs to control the land. Let's say you're in a three player game. You have a creature with Forestwalk; opponent A controls a Forest, but opponent B doesn't. If you attack opponent A or a planeswalker he controls, he can't block it. If you attack opponent B or a planeswalker he controls, he can block it.
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