Forget Superheroes, Magic the Gathering Lost Caverns of Ixala Adds Dinosaurs

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Wizards of the Coast just released Lost Caverns of Ixalan and Magic the gathering just added a Jurassic World crossover.

If you’re looking for something a bit less marvel from your TCG then the latest Magic release has you. The new set deck to hit shelves answers the calls of adventure and brings players back to the prehistoric-inspired realm of Ixalan. A mystery has revealed itself in the deep underground caverns, promising treasure, and undiscovered dangers and its probably time to lot and run.

This new release is now available in Arena and on tabletops and offers a new adventure to play, delving deep into underground caverns, promising treasure, and undiscovered dangers. This scenario includes four rival factions who descend into the caverns of Ixalan, racing to be the first to uncover the source of Ixalan’s power. Will you walk with Dinosaurs of the Sun Empire, seek fame and riches with The Brazen Coalition of Pirates, revel in demonic shadows with the Legion of Dusk, or heed the call of the depths from the shamanistic Merfolk? Every option brings its own story and Commander Deck, giving experienced and new players a route into the game.

New mechanics are par for the course. This time around Descend, Craft, and Discover provide additional options. Descend can trigger effects based on the number of permanents put into your graveyard, Craft can transform artifact cards into powerful new items, and Discover allows players to exile cards from the top of their library until they find a non-land card of equal or lesser mana. This all comes together with new art, lore, powerful artifact reprints, and more in game. There’s also a big budget tie in to.

Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should

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IN a move that probably will have all of us asking why, Magic just got a Jurassic World Crossover. In every Collector Booster and some Secret Lair drops, except clever girls, big teeth, and some iconic faces from the big screen series. Hold a piece of the park with a total of 26 collaboration cards including Ellie and Alan, Ian Malcolm, and the classic Tyrannosaurus.

If you’re looking for a new deck, check out more about Magic the Gathering Lost Caverns of Ixala on the official site now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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