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The Magi are a group of card cycles featuring Human Wizards that reference other cards from Magic's history. Each cycle of Magi copies a different type of card. So far there have been Magi cycles made for artifacts, lands, enchantments, and a fourth cycle that is being made for sorceries. The Magi cycles debuted in the Time Spiral block and were featured in all three sets of that block. Since then, a mega cycle has been made within the Commander series, releasing another card of the cycle each year.
|Artifact Magi||Magus of the Disk
|Magus of the Jar
|Magus of the Mirror
|Magus of the Scroll
|Magus of the Candelabra|
(Candelabra of Tawnos)
|These Magi from Time Spiral were the first cycle to be released and feature Magi who have identical converted mana costs to the artifacts they mimic. They each have activated abilities.|
|Land Magi||Magus of the Tabernacle
(The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale)
|Magus of the Bazaar
(Bazaar of Baghdad)
|Magus of the Coffers
|Magus of the Arena
|Magus of the Library|
(Library of Alexandria)
|The Land Magi were featured in Planar Chaos.|
|Enchantment Magi||Magus of the Moat
|Magus of the Future
|Magus of the Abyss
|Magus of the Moon
|Magus of the Vineyard|
|The Enchantment Magi from Future Sight have no activated abilities, instead just having abilities exactly like the enchantments they mimic. They each have identical casting costs to the Enchantment they mimic.|
|Sorcery Magi||Magus of the Balance
|Magus of the Mind
|Magus of the Will
|Magus of the Wheel
(Wheel of Fortune,
|Unlike the other Magi cycles, the Sorcery Magi are being released over the course of many Commander sets, starting with Commander 2015 Although expected, the cycle didn't finish with Commander 2019, but will finally be finished in Commander Legends. While three Magi have their respective sorcery cost the in their activated ability cost, Mind's Desire works far too differently to replicate exactly and hence has its Magus' mana cost be the same.|
References[edit | edit source]
- Mark Rosewater (July 27, 2020). "On the Double". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
- Gavin Verhey (August 7, 2019). "To steel everybody appropriately: the 5th Magus is absent from MTGC19.". Twitter.
- A Card You'll Find in Commander Legends (And Answering More Questions!) (Video). Good Morning Magic. YouTube (May 22, 2020).