White Gets Versatile Removal Spell In Prismatic Ending In Modern Horizons 2

New X-spell gives white decks a flexible answer to nonland permanents.

Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast (WotC) and The Games Capital, check out a new white removal spell coming in Modern Horizons 2 — Prismatic Ending!

This one-mana sorcery is bringing back the Converge mechanic from Battle for Zendikar that was seen on popular cards like Radiant Flames and Painful Truths.

Converge — Exile target nonland permanent if its mana value is less than or equal to the number of colors of mana spend to cast this spell.

Prismatic Ending is a more flexible tool than Isolate from Core Set 2019, but comes at the cost of being a sorcery. Being able to take care of one-mana creatures for a single white mana is already strong, but the card gets a lot of potential when having to deal with noncreature permanents. Giving decks like Burn, Prowess, and Esper Control more versatile answers to cards like Chalice of the Void and Wrenn and Six will always be notable.

What do you think of Prismatic Ending? Are you looking forward to having access to this kind of answer or is held back too much by not being an instant? Let us know in the comments!

Read the original article from The Games Capital.

Modern Horizons 2 is currently scheduled to release on June 18. View our Official Preview Gallery.