Lanes are an important gameplay mechanic in The Elder Scrolls: Legends. The most common lane mechanic is the Shadow lane, which provides one turn of cover to a Creature or Character for one turn after being played. There are more than 20 different Lanes in the game.
The most common right-hand lane in most matches, this lane provides one turn of cover for a creature or character immediately after it has been played. It does not, however, protect from spells or actions. Creatures with guard do not gain cover.
Whenever the Hall of Mirrors lane is empty, a copy of the next creature you play will automatically be deployed there. If you already have a creature placed there, nothing will happen.
The Graveyard lane is similar to the Hall of Mirrors, only instead of getting a copy of your creature, you get a 1/1 Skeleton whenever a non-Skeleton creature in this lane is destroyed.
In the Champion's Arena lane, the first creature you attack with each turn can attack an additional time.
The Plunder lane is one of several truly random lanes. Whenever a creature is summoned to the Plunder lane, it's equipped with a random item. This could be either a 1/1 Improvised Weapon, a Dwarven Armaments, or a Hawkwing Feathers.