Of course, one of the key features of Midnight Hunt is its werewolves, who are all double-facing cards (DFC). These cards transform, using their daybound and nightbound conditions to transform between wolf and man, meaning you get twice the art per card! Naturally, Arlinn, the Legendary Planeswalker, would get special ornate card art for both of her forms.
Aside from that, the set will include three specially designed lands too- sure to make you the envy of your local Friday Night Magic.
Innistrad: Wild Hunt is the first of a two-part return to Innistrad, which sees the return of werewolves and their transforming mechanic to Magic: The Gathering. Per the description:
Midnight Hunt draws players back into a storyline that is familiar yet fraught with a new-found sense of peril. For the nights are growing longer and a terrible peril lurks in the shadows on the eve of the Harvesttide Festival. Hoping to ward off the coming dark, werewolf Planeswalker Arlinn Kord searches for the elusive Moonsilver Key to restore balance to the plane and protect the human habitants of Innistrad.
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In that spirit, I enjoy- Soulsbornes, tabletop gaming (Warhammer 40K), Fighting games, and Character Action games.
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