4, Mar, 21

Land Time Spiral Remastered Previews

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Give us Land lots of Land in these Time Spiral Remastered spoilers.
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Day 107 of Time Spiral Remastered previews brings with it three categories, and this article is all about the Land cards.

While Time Spiral Remastered has been incredibly cool so far, and you can check the spoilers here if you don’t believe us, we’re also looking forward to seeing other remastered sets in the future.

With all of that out of the way, let’s get our shovels out and get stuck into the Land Time Spiral Remastered previews.

Land Time Spiral Remastered Previews

With Land cards not always being the most exciting card types in MTG, it’s nice to see a little bit of a flex thanks to Gemstone Caverns.

Gemstone Caverns previewed by TCGplayer Infinite

Headlining the previews so far is Gemstone Caverns— a powerful land that can come into play if you are on the draw if it is in your opening hand. Often you see Gemstone Caverns in Modern as a way to do some unfair things ahead of schedule. This is a welcoming reprint in Time Spiral Remastered for Modern players.

But wait, there’s more!

Flagstones of Trokair previewed by Gavin Verhey (Good Morning Magic) // Dryad Arbor previewed by @SimoneAKirA // Tolaria West previewed by PleasantKenobi

Flagstones of Trokair began to creep up in price due to its synergy with Cleansing Wildfire in Modern, however, this reprint ensures players can pick up the land at an affordable rate. The same goes for Dryad Arbor and as it’s such a unique card, it commands a high price as it pairs well with fetch lands in Modern. Going further, Tolaria West is a nice way to transmute for a Summoner’s Pact and to find your Primeval Titan in Modern.

Read More: Format Legality of Time Spiral Remastered Cards for Modern, Pioneer, and Other Formats Explained

Land Time Spiral Remastered Timeshifted Previews

Sometimes you need to take a moment to catch your breath and just soak in the wonderful vistas before you. That’s definitely the case with Field of Ruin.

Field of Ruin previewed by @SimoneAKirA // Ancient Den previewed by Gavin Verhey (Good Morning Magic) // Wastes (Basic) previewed by TCGplayer Infinite // Blighted Woodland previewed by The Vorthos Cast

While none of these timeshifted cards look to be exciting, these offer great utility for those who play Commander, Modern, and Pauper. Wastes may seem a weird inclusion, but it is the only Basic to not have the old-border treatment until now. Ancient Den sees a lot of play in Pauper, and it’s expected to see the rest of the artifact land cycle see the timeshifted treatment later today.

Time Spiral Remastered is set to release for tabletop on March 19, 2021. Magic Online will also have a Time Spiral Remastered booster draft event, but it won’t be available on Magic: The Gathering Arena.

Read More: Have a look at some of these amazing Green Time Spiral Remastered previews

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