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Nissa Revane – Planeswalker June 3, 2009

Posted by Norm in Duels of the Planeswalkers.
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In this week of announcements more is revield about this Planeswalker from Doug Beyer in today’s flavor article. Mostly just some minor flavor and art background on this upcoming Planeswalker. Most importantly it is announced that she will appear in Zendikar (after her debut in Dules of the Planeswalkers).

If you haven’t hear about Zendikar here is the basic release info:


Set Name Zendikar
Three-Letter Abbreviation ZEN
Number of Cards 249
Release Date Friday, October 2, 2009
Prerelease Events September 26-27, 2009
Launch Parties October 2-4, 2009

Previews start on magicthegathering.com September 7, 2009

Design Team Mark Rosewater (lead)
Doug Beyer
Graeme Hopkins
Kenneth Nagle
Matt Place

Development Team Henry Stern (lead)
Aaron Forsythe
Mark Globus
Erik Lauer
Devin Low
Matt Place
Mike Turian
Steve Warner


Conflux Spoilers Continues December 15, 2008

Posted by Norm in Conflux, Spoilers.
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I love a new set spoiler season. Each day is like a mini christmas!

There have been numerous postings about this information on MTG Salvation and around the web. Copy Six at MTG Realm beat me to blog on this info, so since I’m kind of busy today, you can read about the World’s Spoilers and announcements on his site. 

The one announcement I’m kind of stoked about is the foil Garuk players will receive when buying a copy of Duels of the Planeswalkers for XBox360. Since I’m already planning on picking up the game this will be an extra bonus for me. I don’t know why they are mailing the card to people when they could just include on in the game packaging. 

One worried thought I have is that the game isn’t that great so that is why they are choosing to give out a good card with the game. Instead of Garuk Wizards should release exclusive copies of Nissa Revane. That would really get the game flying off the shelves.


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