Unfinity's first spoilers are revealed
Full art lands, borderless shockland reprints, dice rolling, eternal formats-legal cards and a new holographic symbol... All this will be present on Magic's new Un-Set!
Unfinity, received its first information today via the Wizards official website. The new set, which is themed carnival and space travel, received several details of what we can expect: Starting with a big difference between this and the other Un-Sets we've had in the game,
Unfinity will have cards that will be legal in eternal formats(Commander, Legacy and Vintage), and the way in which players will be able to distinguish which cards are legal and which ones aren't will be through the
holographic symbolpresent on the lower edge of the card:
The holographic symbol in the shape of an acorn will not be legal, while cards that
have the normal holographic symbol, or do not have the holographic symbol, will be legal in eternal formats. For example: Killer Cosplay
is not legal in eternal formats, while Saw in Half
is legal in Legacy, Vintage and Commander. The set will feature
30 Legendary cards and 2 Planeswalkers, who will receive a special Showcase treatment. In addition, the set will also feature the traditional
Full-Art Lands, this time with two variants: The first cycle of lands is called
Planetary Lands, and they show the landscape of different planets in the set, they appear in about 70% of the Draft Boosters. The second cycle is called
Orbital Lands, and they show the orbit view of the planets where the landscape above meets, they appear in about 24% of Draft Boosters.
Shocklandswill be reprinted with special treatment and borderless artwork, and will appear in
one in twenty-four draft boosterson the set, and one in twenty-four times in the two Collector Boosters foil slots. In addition, every box, whether Draft or Collector Booster, will come with a Box Topper that includes a Borderless Foil Shockland! Unfinity will be reelased on
April, 1, 2022.