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Path of Vengeance
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Author(s) Matt Forbeck (Author)
Martin Coccolo (Illustrator)
First printing May 16, 2013
ISBN-13 978-1613776377
preceded by Magic: The Gathering - The Spell Thief
followed by Magic: The Gathering - Theros

Magic: The Gathering - Path of Vengeance is a paperback published by IDW Publishing in 2013, assembling 4 comics which were published at the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013. The book continues the exploits of the planeswalker thief Dack Fayden, a Magic character especially created for the series.

Blurbs[edit | edit source]

  • Dack Fayden returns to Ravnica! Dack knows that the malevolent Sifa Grent has something sinister planned for the city of Ravnica, but he must uncover her plot while being pursued by Rakdos cultists and Boros soldiers. Not only that, but someone from Dack's past may just put an end to the Planeswalker thief!
  • The Cult of Rakdos has put a price on Dack Fayden's head - and Maytov, the best thief in Ravnica, has come to collect. Now, Dack must fight for his life against an opponent more cunning than anyone he's ever faced. Will Maytov succeed where even Sifa Grent has failed - and kill the Planeswalker Thief?
  • Dack Fayden has finally uncovered Sifa Grent's plan for Ravnica... and it could bring unbelievable devastation to the city-plane! Now, Dack must make his way through Ravnica, with Rakdos cultists and city guards hot on his trail, in the hope that he can stop Sifa before it's too late!
  • THE FINAL SHOWDOWN! Dack Fayden confronts Sifa Grent in a battle that may be too much for the Planeswalker thief. With the fate of Ravnica hanging in the balance, Dack must rally all his strength to put an end to the villainous Sifa once and for all!

Promos[edit | edit source]

Each first wave of the original comic books contained a playable alternate art promo card.

  • Path of Vengeance #1 (12/5/12) — Alternate-Art Turnabout
  • Path of Vengeance #2 (12/19/12) — Alternate-Art Voidmage Husher
  • Path of Vengeance #3 (1/30/13) — Alternate-Art Ogre Arsonist [1]
  • Path of Vengeance #4 (2/27/13) — Alternate-Art Corrupt

Original covers[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Monty Ashley. (February 21, 2013.) “Path of Vengeance #3”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.