D&D (2024) Could we get a Bloomburrow (Redwall) setting for 5.24?

Cadence

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The card art is pretty nice!


Most of the cards have a few different styles. Here is the first (so far) alphabetically:

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Meech17

WotC President Runner-Up.
The card art is pretty nice!


Most of the cards have a few different styles. Here is the first (so far) alphabetically:

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It's Magic.. Of course the art is great!

There are a lot of folks who dislike these special treatments.. Over the last half decade they've double, tripled, maybe even quadrupled down on special alternate arts. It's to the point where they're no longer 'rare'. A lot of people will claim "This doesn't look like a magic card" or "When everything is special, nothing is special".. And I think there is perhaps some merit to that.. But I adore it. I think these look absolutely great.

That middle one is especially gorgeous, I think.
 

Cadence

Legend
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It's Magic.. Of course the art is great!

There are a lot of folks who dislike these special treatments.. Over the last half decade they've double, tripled, maybe even quadrupled down on special alternate arts. It's to the point where they're no longer 'rare'. A lot of people will claim "This doesn't look like a magic card" or "When everything is special, nothing is special".. And I think there is perhaps some merit to that.. But I adore it. I think these look absolutely great.

That middle one is especially gorgeous, I think.

I love being able to pick exactly the art I like best.

I'm also glad that I'm mentally at a a point where I only get the cards that build on a dozen or so EDH themes. Like Knights.

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Whizbang Dustyboots

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I would still prefer an Eldraine setting, myself -- and I suspect the digital Eldraine monsters book was WotC either testing the waters on such a product or the byproduct of a cancelled setting book -- but I can definitely see the appeal of Bloomburrow.

I think WotC rotating between grimmer more traditional fantasy fare, like Vecna or the upcoming Red Wizards adventure, and then lighter stuff like Witchlight or Bloomburrow, is a smart play. Serve all the audiences.
 





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