It’s been too long since I’ve seen this much gathering in Magic: The Gathering. Read about my full experience at the event and what to expect going to something like this.
The first release of the new year will be Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty.
New players, old players, standard players and EDH players will all find content to enjoy from these releases.
D&D has announced that they will be incorporating Magic into their game. The wizard college of Strixhaven, which was April’s theme of Magic cards, will be making an appearance in D&D as Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos.
The July 2021 update is out from MTG Commander. The main focus is the ban of a very controversial card, Hullbreacher. The official reason from the Commander Rules Committee for the ban is:
Magic: Legends announced in a recent Twitter post that they will be ending the game. While this is not a huge surprise it did shock some. Especially those who invested time and money into the game.
Forgotten Realms is adding something pretty unique though. Honestly, it’s not something I thought we would see in MTG. They are adding a new dungeon crawler mechanic into the cards.
The Secret Lair Drop Series from Magic: The Gathering have been pretty interesting. If you aren’t familiar with them, they contains special cards that feature some really cool artwork from lots of different artists. Each drop is only around for a short time, and once they run out that’s it.
If you’ve ever been to a Magic: The Gathering pre-release, then you know just how crazy they can sometimes be. With Modern Horizons 2 being the first release since the Covid pandemic it was definitely hyped up to say the least