Innistrad block

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Innistrad block
 
 

The Innistrad block is the eighteenth in Magic history and consists of the large expansion Innistrad (), the small expansion Dark Ascension (), and a large set Avacyn Restored ().[1]

New keywords and ability words; Fateful Hour, Fight (evergreen), Miracle, Morbid, Soulbond, Transform, Undying

Keywords reused from the past:

The block came out over 2011-2012.

Sets[edit | edit source]

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Mega cycle[edit | edit source]

Cycle name {W}{U} {U}{B} {B}{R} {R}{G} {G}{W} {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Two-color utility lands Moorland Haunt (Innistrad) Nephalia Drownyard (Innistrad) Stensia Bloodhall (Innistrad) Kessig Wolf Run (Innistrad) Gavony Township (Innistrad) Vault of the Archangel (Dark Ascension) Desolate Lighthouse (Avacyn Restored) Grim Backwoods (Dark Ascension) Slayers' Stronghold (Avacyn Restored) Alchemist's Refuge (Avacyn Restored)
Lands depicting tribe homelands that tap for {C}, with an additional ability costing nMN, {T}.
Cycle name {W} {U} {B} {R} {G}
Flashback spells {W} Divine Reckoning (Innistrad) Saving Grasp (Dark Ascension) Unburial Rites (Innistrad) Burning Oil (Dark Ascension) Travel Preparations (Innistrad)
{U} Feeling of Dread (Innistrad) Cackling Counterpart (Innistrad) Reap the Seagraf (Dark Ascension) Desperate Ravings (Innistrad) Tracker's Instincts (Dark Ascension)
{B} Lingering Souls (Dark Ascension) Forbidden Alchemy (Innistrad) Sever the Bloodline (Innistrad) Fires of Undeath (Dark Ascension) Spider Spawning (Innistrad)
{R} Rally the Peasants (Innistrad) Mystic Retrieval (Dark Ascension) Bump in the Night (Innistrad) Devil's Play (Innistrad) Wild Hunger (Dark Ascension)
{G} Ray of Revelation (Dark Ascension) Memory's Journey (Innistrad) Deadly Allure (Dark Ascension) Ancient Grudge (Innistrad) Creeping Renaissance (Innistrad)
Flashback spells with flashback costs in every possible color combination and permutation.

Matched pairs[edit | edit source]

Innistrad block has one matched pair.

Theme decks[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Mark Rosewater (June 24, 2013). "Modern Tales, Part 2". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.