Kaldheim Spotlight: Narfi, Betrayer King
Kaldheim didn't break Magic just yet, but it's full of relatively complex cards that take at least a few seconds to fully comprehend. One card that doesn't betray its true strength at first glance is Narfi. The Betrayer King has more going for it than meets the eye, from snow to Zombie to the graveyard—and back.
Kaldheim Spotlight: Valki // Tibalt
With Kaldheim, the snowiest plane of all, Tibalt returns to Magic history—and to make history himself. Disguised as Valki, the God of mischief, trickery, and lies, he makes for the first ever modal double-faced card showcasing a creature/planeswalker, ready to boost every Rakdos archetype across all formats.
Kaldheim Spotlight: Tibalt's Trickery
The upcoming set's red cards are full of combo potential of the best kind. There's a lot of wacky stuff that may ultimately prove too tough to pull off but, oh, so satisfying when successful. If you like to make your cards jump through hoops in hopes of a big pay day, this article is for you!
Kaldheim Spotlight: Pyre of Heroes
When Birthing Pod was banned five years ago, Modern lost its most powerful search engine. Throughout the years, several cards have tried to revive the thrill of those glorious activations, but none of them got closer to that promise than Kaldheim's Pyre of Heroes—tribal angle be damned.
Kaldheim Spotlight: Sarulf, Realm Eater
The preview season for Kaldheim started out slow, so it's not surprising that Sarulf is one of the most discussed cards so far. Its abilities are very powerful in theory, but both its power level and its playability are hard to evaluate. This happens to make us want to dive into the topic of Realm Eating even more!