Is Lord of Atlantis considered to be a merfolk?

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I run 4x 7th Edition, Lord of Atlantis in my deck however it says "Creature - Lord" rather than "Creature - Merfolk" 

I ask because my deck is based on giving all of my merfolk +1/+1 using other merfolk lords however if Lord of Atlantis is not considered a merfolk that kinda puts a damper on my strategy lol.

Does anyone know? 
Always go by the Gatherer text, not what's printed on the card. The Lord of Atlantis is Merfolk (according to Gatherer), so it's a Merfolk. Do note its ability only affects other Merfolk creatures, so it will not pump itself.

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Types: Creature — Merfolk

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Always go by the Gatherer text, not what's printed on the card. The Lord of Atlantis is Merfolk (according to Gatherer), so it's a Merfolk. Do note its ability only affects other Merfolk creatures, so it will not pump itself.

Oh no I understood it wouldn't pump itself but a friend of mine pointed that out so I wanted to be 100% sure. Thanks
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Lords of Atlantis is a Facebook role-playing city building game developed by Game Insight and published by 6Waves Lolapps, whose previous credits including simulation hits Ravenwood Fair and Ravenskye City.


You upped a four-months-old thread just to say it?


Lord of Atlantis is the name of a card in the Magic: the Gathering trading card game. The first printing of Lord of Atlantis is from 1993, older than Facebook (launched in 2004) and therefore older than any "Facebook game".

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