Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast (WotC) and Metal Orgie, take a look at the final modal double-faced God from Kaldheim — Birgi, God of Tales // Harnfel, Horn of Plenty!
Casting spells and gaining a red mana back for each one cast — what could go wrong (right?) A three mana 3/3, Birgi, God of Tales is a card just waiting to be broken, especially in formats with more zero-cost spells. The combo potential seems off the charts and this is only the first half!
If you’re opting away from combo possibilities, Birgi still fits well into a more aggressive/midrange shell, enabling your boast creatures to gain double the value.
On the flip side, Harnfel, Horn of Plenty is a five-mana artifact that is a great source of card generation in the late-game. It allows you to discard your useless cards and look at two additional cards in return, which can be especially useful in top-decking situations.
So what do you think of Birgi, God of Tales // Harnfel, Horn of Plenty? Will it have more impact in combo or midrange decks? Let us know in the comments below!
Kaldheim is currently scheduled to release on February 5. You can check out our official Kaldheim Preview Gallery here.