5, Mar, 21

We're Getting A New Historic Anthology In MTG Arena This Month

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With Historic Anthology 4 on its way later this month, what cards do you want to see?
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The MTG Arena Historic Anthology collections are wonderful chances to bolster your Brawl decks with old and exciting cards.

We’ve generally enjoyed the packs so far, so hearing any news about new ones coming soon is always a very good thing.

Well, it looks as though we’re going to be getting another one at some point this month, and that’s can only be a good thing for people who are secretly hoping that we’ll be getting some over-powered nonsense soon.

MTG Arena Historic Anthology 4 is coming this month

As reported by Star City Games, players who qualified for the Kaldheim Championship got an email that included a Player Information and Questionnaire email that explained that we’ll be getting the Historic Anthology 4 early in March.

“A Historic Anthology content update will be released for MTG Arena in early March that introduces new cards to the Historic Constructed format. More information will be available in the coming week on DailyMTG and”

“Because of this, we recommend that you focus your initial preparation time for the Standard Constructed format until then once you receive your fully-stocked account.
Fully-stocked accounts will receive additional resources to ensure they have access to new content prior to the new content being released.”

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What cards do you want to see?

Given that the last few Historic Anthology sets have introduced cards like Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, UIlamog the Ceaseless Hunger, Phyrexian Obliterator, and Fauna Shaman, we’re very excited to see what else is going to be introduced.

We’re definitely hoping for a Planeswalker or too, or maybe just some more commanders for our Brawl decks.

We’ll have to wait and see what gets revealed, but we’d love to know what you’re hoping for in your ideal History Anthology.

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