1, Sep, 21

MTG Reveals Stunning New Judge Promos for the End of the Year

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One of my favorite flavors of Magic: the Gathering promo cards are Judge Foils. Heck, part of the reason I became a Judge back in the day was because those promos are sweet! The Judge Program often releases various promos throughout the year, and we’ve just been treated to 4 new Judge promos for the end of the year celebration!

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First up we have Edgar Markov. This powerful Vampire tribal commander originally came in it’s own Precon. It’s so strong that it’s banned as a commander in 1v1. The art on this is stunning, showcasing more of the regalness of the character.

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Next up is Ezuri, Claw of Progress. Another commander favorite from the community, and once again, the art here is incredible. The character really pops from the background, but the background really retains a lot of great detail.

MIzzix of the Izmagnus Judge Promo 2021
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Third is Mizzix of the Izmagnux. This is a powerful spell caster commander that’s a big fan favorite. I really love seeing the detail of the robot that she’s riding. I think that this will look great in the foiling that are on Judge Promos.

K'rrik, Son of Yawgmoth Judge Promo 2021
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The last one, and my favorite is K’rrik, Son of Yawgmoth. This is one of the more unique commanders out there. The art here is truly incredible. Daniel Ljunggren really did an amazing job here depicting K’rrik’s human and mechanical sides., as well as what looks like ichor on him as well. Well done to him and all the artists of these incredible cards!

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These cards are awesome, and definitely great additions to any commander deck. While K’rrik, Ezuri and Mizzix are all sub $10, apparently Edgar Markov is over $50, so having this as another reprint is great. Hopefully the prices on these wont be astronomically high. Which of these are your favorites? Let us know in the comments!

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