This is one of the immersive works of art in the Midnight Hunt Edition of Magic Cards. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
WIZARDS of the Coast has released Innistrad: Midnight Hunt, the latest set for the world’s oldest and best collectible card game, Magic: The Gathering (MTG).
Reveling in gothic horror and the introduction of powerful new werewolves, Midnight Hunt hit the tabletop on September 24.
The theme of the map returns to the world of Innistrad, the favorite gothic horror setting for MTG fans, which debuted in 2011. The immersive artwork on the maps depicts the conflict between humans and supernatural threats. , in a world where werewolves, vampires, ghosts and zombies rule the night, while humans do their best to survive. If they can, it is.
Midnight Hunt takes players back to a familiar story loaded with a new sense of peril. Because the nights are getting longer and a terrible peril lurks in the shadows on the eve of the Harvest Festival. Hoping to ward off the coming darkness, werewolf planeswalker Arlinn Kord seeks the elusive Lunar Silver Key to restore the plan’s balance and protect the human inhabitants of Innistrad.
Midnight Hunt introduces spooky new card mechanics to combat the evil that lurks beyond the village walls.