We were offered a chance to preview a card from The Brothers' War, Magic: The Gathering's next set. Here it is!
Illustrated by Magali Villeneuve. Urza and Mishra's Conflict Unfolds Like New In The Brothers' War, the story of the warring brothers Urza and Mishra will unfold before our very eyes, seemingly even newer than the story itself In fact, the story of the set was chronicled in Antiquities, Magic's second expansion set, back in 1994[...]
Are you ready? Let's go. The full art for Urza, High Lord Artificer, a card from Modern Horizons, an expansion set for Magic: The Gathering Illustrated by Grzegorz Rutkowski. #29 Tawnos Tawnos was one of Urza's apprentices during Urza's long, ambitious life He was the hidden love interest of Ashnod, another artificer working with Urza's brother Mishra during[...]
Welcome, fans of the history and lore behind Wizards of the Coast's premier trading card game Magic: The Gathering! When we last left off, Urza, an ambitious artificer with a newly-ignited Planeswalker spark, had bore witness to the corruption of Phyrexia, machinated by Yawgmoth and his grand, yet twisted, designs Urza then and there swore[...]
This is the beginning of the story of Urza and Mishra, two rival artificer siblings, and their war over a simple-yet-catastrophic pair of artifacts. The artwork for Urza's Ruinous Blast, a card from the Dominaria expansion set for Magic: The Gathering Illustrated by Noah Bradley. Five-Thousand Years After Yawgmoth… Urza and Mishra were born on the Dominarian continent[...]
Oko is banned in five other sanctioned formats, by comparison. Source: Wizards of the Coast From the article officially banning these cards, on DailyMTG.com: Over the last several weeks, base blue-green decks using Urza, Lord High Artificer have risen to the top of competitive Modern, earning the most 5-0 trophies in Magic Online league play and maintaining a non-mirror match win percentage[...]
This put them into the Top Four teams to compete on Day Two. During the semifinals, the Spanish team took on the first-place team (after earlier Swiss-style pairings) of "Team Kanalreiniger", who was collectively running two Tron builds and an Esper Urza deck Despite their previous victories, Team Kanalreiniger did not get the chance to take[...]