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2, Jul, 21

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Magic: The Gathering Class Enchantments Revealed

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A Dungeons & Dragons-themed set wouldn’t be complete without dungeons, dragons, dice, and of course, classes. Today, Wizards of the Coast revealed all the Magic: The Gathering mechanics from the upcoming crossover set, Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, including the new Class enchantments. Twelve of the enchantments in Adventures in the Forgotten Realms are Class enchantments.

Each enchantment Class has three abilities in sections of its text box, and they’re called Class abilities. Two are activated abilities that allow it to level up. The first Class ability is active as long as you control the Class. To get access to the other two Class abilities, you will have to activate as sorcery (meaning during your main phase) to take the class to Level 2, and you can pay the cost again to take it to Level 3, but note that you will need to reach Level 2 first before you can access Level 3.

You can also multi-class! You can control any number of Class enchantments, even multiples of the same card, at the same time. Each Class tracks its own level independently. So, if you control two Wizard Classes, advancing one to level 2 has no effect on the other one. But if you get more than one Wizard Class to level 3, their level 3 triggered abilities will each trigger at the beginning of your end step, and if the first one to resolve causes an opponent to lose life, that life loss will be counted by the next one to resolve.

Class Enchantments of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms

Wizards of the Coast

Below, you’ll find a list of Class enchantments revealed so far. Make sure to check out our Adventures in the Forgotten Realms spoiler section for regular updates.

Wizard Class

Ranger Class

Cleric Class

Warlock Class

Warlock Class

Barbarian Class

Bard Class

Rogue Class

Rogue Class

Sorcerer Class

Sorcerer Class

Fighter Class

Figther Class

These Class enchantments remind us of the Level Up creature cards we’ve seen in previous sets. It’s interesting how they’re formatted in a similar way as Saga enchantments but they work differently.


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What do you think about the new Class enchantments from Adventures in the Forgotten Realms? Feel free to share your opinions in the comments section below.

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is set to release for tabletop worldwide on July 23, 2021. It’s also set to release on Magic: The Gathering Arena and Magic Online a week earlier. The Adventures in the Forgotten Realms products are now available for preorder

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