MTG Eternal Masters Review: Multicolor
Eternal Masters has come and gone, and despite some grievances over the set being made with Limited in mind, the set does not disappoint. Now that we’ve seen what was to be had, I’ve begun breaking down the set by each color and pooling a collection of thoughts and musings regarding what they have to offer. In each section I’ve been going over the Rares and Mythics offered to that color, and concluding with some of the Commons and Uncommons in the set that have me excited.
It’s time for multicolor, and what a mixed bag it is. We have more of that lovely upward rare shifting that we’re all so fond of, and some of the most unnecessary reprints in the set. Was developing a draft format worth opening many of these cards in your rare slots? Most would say no. Regardless, let’s check out what Eternal Masters offered, here.
Brago, King Eternal
Glare of Subdual
Sphinx of the Steel Wind
Call the Skybreaker
Other Notable Printings