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Signature Spellbook: Gideon
|Signature Spellbook: Gideon|
|Symbol description||Gideon's sural and shield in front of an open book|
With contributions by:
|Release date||June 28, 2019|
|Themes and mechanics||Gideon|
8 cards |
+1 random foil
|Magic: The Gathering Chronology|
Description[edit | edit source]
For this particular set, Gideon Jura features in all depictions. Most cards are white; one is an artifact. The special card frames uses a white version of the Beleren font, and the color of the mana symbols is inverted. For the rendering of Blackblade Reforged, Wizards of the Coast called on Richard Kane Ferguson, the artist who originally created the sword's iconic look. It also sports an exclusively designed legendary version of the card frame. The text box features white lines, and the depiction of a round mask (?) is used for the holofoil stamp. The expansion symbol is Gideon's sural and shield in front of an open book.
Card list[edit | edit source]
Signature Spellbook: Gideon contains the following eight cards:
|1||Gideon Jura||Legendary Planeswalker — Gideon||Rise of the Eldrazi|
|2||Martyr's Bond||Enchantment||Commander||New art|
|3||Path to Exile||Instant||Conflux||New art|
|4||Rest in Peace||Enchantment||Return to Ravnica||New art|
|5||Shielded by Faith||Enchantment — Aura||Commander 2015||New art|
|6||True Conviction||Enchantment||Scars of Mirrodin||New art|
|7||Worship||Enchantment||Urza's Saga||New art|
|8||Blackblade Reforged||Legendary Artifact — Equipment||Dominaria||New art|
References[edit | edit source]
- Printed on the card frame.
- Roscoe Wetlaufer (April 19, 2019). "Watch: Signature Spellbook: Gideon Unboxing". Polygon.com.
- Charlie Hall (April 18, 2019). "Magic: The Gathering kills off a major character, creates a new Signature Spellbook"
- Ethan Fleischer. Twitter (18 Apr 2019).
- Gavin Verhey. Twitter (18 Apr 2019).