Strixhaven: School of Mages
|This article documents an upcoming release.|
|Strixhaven: School of Mages|
|Symbol description||A Strix|
|Design||Mark Rosewater (lead)|
|Development||Yoni Skolnik (lead)|
|Release date||2021 Q2|
|Themes and mechanics||Modal double-faced cards|
|Forgotten Realms Standard|
|Magic: The Gathering Chronology|
Themes and mechanicsEdit
In lieu of the abandoned block model, R&D has found a new way to tie together the three non-core premier sets in a single Magic "year" (aka the fall, winter, and spring sets—using northern hemisphere seasons): they share a common mechanic. For Zendikar Rising, Kaldheim and Strixhaven that is modal double-faced cards.
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