Art Deco involves Magic: The Gathering with Streets of New Capenna’s 261 new playing cards

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Magic: The Gathering is including a little bit of the twentieth century to the game with Streets of New Capenna. The upcoming card set is closely impressed by the artwork deco motion that grew to become fashionable within the Nineteen Twenties. Card artwork options geometric patterns and symmetrical shapes together with acquainted characters and new faces as properly.

Altogether, Streets of New Capenna contains greater than 200 playing cards, with a complete of 261. The set launches with 101 commons, 80 uncommons, 60 rares, and 20 mythic uncommon playing cards. The set is available in draft boosters, commander decks, set boosters, and collector boosters. It even introduces six new card mechanics equivalent to casualty, connive, blitz, alliance, defend counters, and hideaway.

Wizards of the Coast showcased Streets of New Capenna in a 40-minute lengthy dwell stream. The video highlighted a couple of of the most recent playing cards, the aforementioned mechanics, and the story of the world of New Capenna. It’s all in regards to the glitz and glamour, where influential households combat for energy and wealth. Everything from the cardboard body to the characters inside them is pulled from an artwork deco type. Many of the playing cards even acquired the golden age therapy and include gold-lined frames.

Magic: The Gathering: Streets of New Capenna releases for Arena early on April 26.