Adventures In The Forgotten Realms Gives White New Planeswalker In Grand Master Of Flowers

New planeswalker can become an indestructible Dragon God.

Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast (WotC), check out a new planeswalker coming in Adventures in the Forgotten Realms — Grand Master of Flowers!

Grand Masters of Flowers is a four-mana Bahamut planeswalkers with some new designs on a planeswalker, including his static ability.

As long as Grand Master of Flowers has seven or more loyalty counters on him, he’s a 7/7 Dragon God creature with flying and indestructible.

If you can activate his loyalty four times or find another way to get loyalty counters on him, Grand Master of Flowers becomes a 7/7 Dragon God with flying and indestructible. A hard-to-kill, flying threat will close out a game quickly, so it’s sort of like he has an ultimate ability that doesn’t require removing most of his loyalty.

+1: Target creature without first strike, double strike, or vigilance can’t attack or block until your next turn.

Grand Master of Flowers’ first +1 ability protects himself pretty well as long as the opposing threat doesn’t have first strike, double strike, or vigilance. It can also be used offensively by making a creature unable to block as well so it’s possible he could find a home in a variety of decks.

+1: Search your library and/or graveyard for a card named Monk of the Open Hand, reveal it, and put it into your hand. If you search your library this way, shuffle.

His second +1 ability lets you tutor up a copy of Monk of the Open Hand from either your library or graveyard. Check out Monk of the Open Hand below.

A form of card advantage on a planeswalker is always nice and it finds a card that can protect him as well. How many copies of Monk of the Open Hand is up to the deckbuilder as a single value copy looks good for midrange or controlling decks, while an aggressive deck could utilize a playset.

What do you think of Grand Master of Flowers? What kind of deck does Grand Master of Flowers fit into or does it open up new possibilities altogether?

Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is scheduled for release on July 23. View our official preview gallery.