The following cards have been added to the ban list of the Standard format, and the suspended list of the Historic format: Agent of Treachery Fires of Invention The artwork for Agent of Treachery, from the Core Set 2020 expansion set for Magic: the Gathering Illustrated by Igor Kieryluk. Agent of Treachery has been pivotal for various Magic decks in[...]
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Wizards of the Coast tends to design and develop their Magic: The Gathering cards with very few oversights.
It seems that Oko, Thief of Crowns is a card that needed to be taught a lesson.
The list of cards forsaken from organized play is a short one - only four cards are actually banned outright from tournaments.
However, the real news is that going forward, Wizards would no longer pre-announce the dates when they would be making similar announcements. Newest on the ban list: pre-announced times Source: Wizards of the Coast Wizards of the Coast had this to say on the matter: Going forward, we'll no longer be making a commitment in advance to when[...]
After two weeks bearing no changes, Wizards of the Coast has finally made the decision to ban more cards from the Pioneer format.
Twenty cards were banned from the original set of cards as of the creation of the very first DCI ban list for Magic, not counting the "ante" cards 21 cards were initially banned from Modern when that first came into being And now Wizards has created a format that, almost a month into its run[...]
Wizards of the Coast has announced a smattering of additions to their Banned and Restricted List for Magic: The Gathering.
This past weekend, it was revealed that Pioneer, the newest format to grace the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game, would be receiving updates to its ban list every Monday Yesterday, November 4th, was the first day that the updates started rolling out. This update took a bit of time for Wizards of the Coast to write[...]
This past Friday (October 11th), the WeirdCards Charitable Club members responsible for the Oathbreaker ban list decided to do something amazing for the format: they unbanned Recurring Nightmare, one of the most controversially-powerful cards still on the Commander ban list. Source: Weirdcards Charitable Club Recurring Nightmare is a three-mana enchantment that, if not countered, can potentially evade[...]
Hang onto your hats for the next few weeks, folks - Magic: The Gathering: Arena speculation is about to get a bit hectic.