HarperPrism

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HarperPrism (1993–1999) ws a publishing imprint of Harper Collins. The company published twelve books related to Magic: The Gathering. The Magic line was discontinued after Wizards of the Coast started publishing its own books.

See also: List of storyline sources.
Title Setting Released Author(s) Publisher ISBN #
Arena   Nov 1994 William R. Forstchen HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105424-0
Whispering Woods   Nov 1994 Clayton Emery HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105418-6
Final Sacrifice   Mar 1995 Clayton Emery HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105420-8
Shattered Chains   Mar 1995 Clayton Emery HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105419-4
Tapestries   Jul 1995 anthology HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105308-2
The Cursed Land   Sep 1995 Teri McLaren, Teri Williams HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105016-4
The Prodigal Sorcerer   Nov 1995 Mark Sumner HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105476-3
Ashes of the Sun   Mar 1996 Hanovi Braddock HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105649-9
Distant Planes   Jun 1996 anthology HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105313-9
Song of Time   Jun 1996 Teri McLaren HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105622-7
And Peace Shall Sleep Fallen Empires Jul 1996 Sonia Orin Lyris HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105619-7
Dark Legacy The Dark Dec 1996 Robert E. Vardeman HarperPrism ISBN 0-06-105697-9

Promotional cards[edit | edit source]

Main article: Promotional card
The fake Curse of Nazir, an April Fool's joke

In 1994, HarperPrism released five books with an enclosed mail-in coupon redeemable for special promotional cards related to the stories. Each of these had an expansion symbol shaped like a caligraphy pen ().

Book Title Promo Card(s)
Arena Arena (HarperPrism) or Sewers of Estark (HarperPrism)
Whispering Woods Windseeker Centaur (HarperPrism)
Shattered Chains Giant Badger (HarperPrism)
Final Sacrifice Mana Crypt (HarperPrism)
The Cursed Land one random from above

Curse of Nazir[edit | edit source]

In an April Fool's joke, MagicTheGathering.com author Mark Gottlieb wrote Peeking in the Black Box, where he described a fictional sixth HarperPrism card, 'Curse of Nazir'.

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