MTG Slang #7: What do High Flying and Mana Fixing Mean?


Hello Everyone! Sorry for not posting for a while, I was quite tied up. Today, I’m explaining one common term, which is mana fixing, and one not so common term, which is high flying.

Highflying refers to a creature who can only block other fliers. A good example is the 2/1 for 2 Welkin Tern with high flying. This term is not used much because there are not many creatures with high flying.


Mana fixing refers to a card that prevents color screw, or a situation where you have enough of the right color of mana to cast a spell. Common examples are dual lands or mana rocks.

Hope you enjoyed!


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