26, May, 21

Modern Horizons 2 Reveals New Cycle of 10 Magic: The Gathering Artifact Dual Lands

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The official previews for Modern Horizons 2 continues today with the first look at new Magic: The Gathering cards and reprints from the upcoming straight-to-Modern set, and in addition to our exclusive preview of 3 new cards, there is also a cycle of ten artifact dual lands revealed today. All of the ten common artifact lands come into play tap and have Indestructible.

The new artifact lands are called Razortide Bridge (white/blue), Mistvault Bridge (blue/black), Drossforge Bridge (black/red), Slagwoods Bridge (red/green), Thornglint Bridge (green/white), Goldmire Bridge (white/black), Silverbluff Bridge (red/blue), Darkmoss Bridge (black/green), Rustvale Bridge (red/white), and Tanglepool Bridge (blue/green).

The New Cycle of Artifact Lands in Modern Horizons 2

Wizards of the Coast
Wizards of the Coast

Wizards of the Coast Play Design team member Dan Musser explained why they added Indestructible to the design of these artifact lands. “During testing, players were getting their lands destroyed during the early turns of the game,” Musser said. “Oh, nooo! It quickly became apparent that choosing to include these fancy new artifact dual lands in your draft deck was more of a liability than a benefit. Where would we go from here?”

This is one of the most surprising previews for Modern Horizons 2. These artifact lands are not as powerful as the Mirrodin lands that were banned in Modern format because they all come into play tap but that doesn’t mean that they’re not viable. In Limited, there will be artifact-focused archetypes, so these lands will surely come in handy.

If you’re excited for Modern Horizons 2, you can now preorder Draft Boosters, Collector Boosters, Set Boosters, and Bundles online .


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Modern Horizons 2 is scheduled to release on June 18, 2021. The official preview season for Modern Horizons 2 is set to begin, and you can check out the list of outlets where you can find them here. You can check out spoiler section here.

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