Kasmina

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Kasmina
Kasmina.jpg
Demographics
Birthplace Unknown
Lifetime Mending Era
Race Human Planeswalker
Colors
Center: {U}

Kasmina is a planeswalker introduced in War of the Spark.[1] She uses transformation and control spells.

Appearance and characteristics[edit | edit source]

Kasmina has long honey-blonde hair, a blue-white hooded cloak, and a long crook-staff.[2] She can use her transformation magic to polymorph organic beings. This ability can be used offensively, e.g. transforming an enemy into a helpless creature like a frog.[3] She can also take direct mental control of other people's actions, effectively possessing them.[2]

She is centered in blue mana.

History[edit | edit source]

War of the Spark[edit | edit source]

Kasmina was lured to Ravnica by the Interplanar Beacon, and immediately became trapped there due to Bolas's use of the Immortal Sun. Alongside many other planeswalkers and Ravnicans, she fought against the Eternals of Bolas' Dreadhorde.[4] Due to her ability to control magic, she was able to temporarily pull an Eternal to her side during the fight.[2]

Planes visited[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite having a card in War of the Spark, she does not actually appear in the novel. However, her cards show her using magic against the Eternals on Ravnica, confirming that she was involved in the conflict.
    • She was later given a brief cameo in one of the War of the Spark side stories on DailyMTG.com, where she was seen taking control of an Eternal and using it to fight against the rest of the Dreadhorde.[2]
  • Kasmina was included in War of the Spark because she was going to appear in an upcoming set, and Wizards wanted to preview her.[5]

Story appearances[edit | edit source]

Title Author Publishing date Set Setting (plane) Featuring
War of the Spark: Ravnica—The Path to Opulent Greg Weisman 2019-05-15 War of the Spark Ravnica Rat, Teyo Verada, Kaya, Ral Zarek, Angrath, Jaya Ballard, Gideon Jura, Gan Shokta, Domri Rade, Vorel, Maree, Kiora, Samut, Eknet, Temmet, Neit, Haq, Kawit, Huatli, Saheeli Rai, Kasmina, Oketra, Kefnet, Bontu, Rhonas, Jace Beleren, Nicol Bolas

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