Surprise MTG Phyrexia: All Will Be One Previews Reveal Two More Planeswalkers

Two more costly planeswalkers from MTG Phyrexia: All Will Be One have been revealed.

The Eternal Wanderer, illustrated by Alix Branwyn

Wizards of the Coast (WotC) has revealed two additional planeswalkers from the upcoming Magic: The Gathering set Phyrexia: All Will Be One. Check out The Eternal Wanderer and Vraska, Betrayal’s Sting!

No more than one creature can attack The Eternal Wanderer each combat.
+1: Exile up to one target artifact or creature Return that card to the battlefield under its owner’s control at the beginning of that player’s next end step.
0: Create a 2/2 white Samurai creature token with double strike.
-4: For each player, choose a creature that player controls. Each player sacrifices all creatures they control not chosen this way.

Despite having an unstable spark, the Wanderer makes it through the siege of New Phyrexia unscathed. For six mana, you get five starting loyalty and immediate access to three different abilities. Somewhat reminiscent of the late Elspeth, Sun’s Champion, The Eternal Wanderer can generate blockers and also clear out the battlefield. Thanks to her passive ability, only one creature can attack The Wanderer each turn, so the white Samurai token with double strike makes for a strong defense, and her plus one ability can generate a ton of value, flickering high-powered creatures and artifacts.

0: you draw a card and you lose 1 life. Proliferate.
-2: Target creature becomes a Treasure artifact with “T, Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color” and loses all other card types and abilities.
-9: If target player has fewer than nine poison counters, they get a number of poison counters equal to the difference.

Sadly, our favorite Gorgon has fallen to the Phyrexians and become compleated. Vraska, Betrayal’s Sting can be cast for either six mana or five mana and two life and starts with either six or four loyalty, respectively. Her plus one ability marks the return of the fan-favorite proliferate mechanic, while her minus two is one of the more unique removal effects we’ve seen recently. While it may take awhile to get to, her minus nine ultimate ability puts any player on the brink of death by distributing poison counters up to nine (a player with 10 poison counters loses the game).

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Phyrexia: All Will Be One is scheduled to release on February 10. View our official preview gallery.