Wizards of the Coast has revealed some playing cards from the upcoming Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons crossover card set, Adventures within the Forgotten Realms. The sprawling set was introduced final yr, the primary time D&D has come into Magic—although not the opposite manner round. Adventures within the Forgotten Realms, or AfR, is available in July, arriving in Magic: The Gathering Area on July eighth.
The set is sort of large, together with the brand new set boosters and collector boosters, themed boosters for every shade and a bonus unannounced kind of themed booster, and 4 new Commander format decks. The set’s key artwork reveals off Forgotten Realms hero Drizzt Do’Urden, too, so I will be fairly shocked if there’s not a Drizzt legendary within the offing.
The livestream confirmed off a bunch of lands, uniquely-styled for D&D to incorporate taste textual content and adventurous figures. They’ve additionally received some iconic D&D magic gadgets just like the moveable gap, which you’ll trick an enemy into, and the quite-playable trying Vorpal Sword, which has a goofy 8-mana trick to immediately kill opponents. A Vorpal Sword, if you happen to’re not acquainted, beheads the enemy on a vital hit.
The set additionally options iconic D&D monsters just like the Beholder, in addition to spells like Energy Phrase Kill, however maybe the largest reveal thus far is the inclusion of Tiamat, the Goddess and Queen of Evil Dragonkind. She’s a 7/7 Flying Legendary Dragon God who prices two mana plus one mana of every shade, your basic 2WUBRG critter, and when she enters the battlefield places 5 Dragon playing cards out of your deck into your hand. I can style the commander decks already.
You’ll be able to learn extra, together with details about different upcoming Magic: The Gathering units and Magic: The Gathering Area occasions, on Wizards of the Coast’s official Summer time of Legend announcement web page.