New MTG Life Counter App: Lotus
Magic The Gathering: Custom Tokens

Magic The Gathering Custom Tokens

Custom made Tokens for the card game Magic The Gathering. Contains Angels, Elves, Spirits, Vampires, Myr, Saproling, Faerie Rogues, Warriors Zombies, Goblins, Soldiers, Eldrazi, Plants, Thopter, Sliver, Dinosaurs & Wurms for EDH, Commander, Modern, Standard, Legacy & Vintage.

Download & print Magic Tokens

Here you can download all images in 300dpi. I always print them at home and put them in a sleeve with an actual Magic card in the back, so the card feels and looks almost like real MTG card.

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MTG Token Wishlist

If you would like to have your own custom MTG Tokens, just contact me.


More MTG Fandom

As I deeply fell in love again with Magic The Gathering, I made a couple of other side projects. For example an MTG Life Counter and a drinking game:

Magic The Gathering Life Counter

A handy life counter online app for up to 6 people. Perfect for multiplayer EDH. I recommend using it on your mobile phone.

Magic The Gathering: Life Counter

Magic The Gathering Drinking Game

Tansform a casual play of Magic (MTG) into a crazy card drinking game. You can use those rules for Commander (EDH) or even for a classic 1v1 showdown.

Magic The Gathering: Drinking Game

About Magic (MTG) Tokens

Cards that produces tokens are here since the beginning of Magic: The Gathering. You can find them in the very first set, Alpha (Bottle of Suleiman, Tetravus, The Hive) from 1993. But it actually took years for the tokens to get a printed card version.

What is a Magic Token?

Most often, a token is a creature (or any other type of permanent) created by another card. Many years, the players had to use whatever they had at hand – from pieces of paper through dice to beer coasters.

The first official paper token cards appeared in 1998 in the “joke” set Unglued. In the next three years they appeared in the Magic Player Reward programme, where the players received them as rewards. Beginning with the Tenth Edition, in 2007, they became a common occurrence in boosters.

What are the dimensions of a Magic The Gathering card?

Each Magic card, approximately 63 x 88 mm in size (2.5 by 3.5 inches), has a face which displays the card's name and rules text as well as an illustration appropriate to the card's concept.


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