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Modern Horizons 2
 
 
 
 
Modern Horizons 2
Modern Horizons 2 logo.png
Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description Two Modern Horizons symbols overlapping each other
Design Ethan Fleischer (lead[1])
Aaron Forsythe
Emily Teng
Allison Steele
Dan Musser
Development Aaron Forsythe (lead[1])
Art direction Cynthia Sheppard
Release date June 18, 2021
Plane Various
Themes and mechanics Modern power level, Merfolk, Sagas, +1/+1 counters, Dakkon Blackblade, multicolor
Keywords/​ability words Madness and multiple other
Set size 303 + 189 + 43
Expansion code MH2[2]
Development codename Decadent[3]
Straight-to-Modern sets
Modern Horizons Modern Horizons 2 N/A
Magic: The Gathering Chronology
Secret Lair: Ultimate Edition 2 Modern Horizons 2 Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms

Modern Horizons 2 is a Magic booster set which will release on June 18, 2021.[4][5][6][7][8] Like the first Modern Horizons, this straight-to-Modern set will be print-to-demand.[4]

Set details

Like Modern Horizons, this set introduces new cards into Modern and eternal formats without them ever being legal in Standard.[7] It features a host of powerful new toolbox cards, strong themes to try out, and several throwbacks. The set was unique in its development in that it brought in three high-profile Magic figures (Sam Black, Brian Braun-Duin, and Brad Nelson, the latter two of whom were in the Magic Pro League at the time) to consult.[9]

This set contains 303 regular cards (101 commons, 100 uncommons, 78 rares, 24 mythic rares) and includes randomly inserted premium versions of all cards. New cards and in-Modern reprints are numbered #001-#260, while the New-to-Modern reprints are numbered #261-#303. Alternate card frames have another card number than the original version. Borderless planeswalkers are numbered #304-306, followed by the other borderless cards #307-326. The (54) showcase "sketch cards" are numbered #327-380. The (61) retro frame cards are #381-441 and cards with extended artwork are numbered #442-480 and Bundle basic lands are #481-490[10], the Buy-a-Box card is #491 and the Bundle promo is #492. MH1 retro frame cards (only found in Collector Boosters) are numbered separately #1-43 with set code ???

All five enemy colored fetch lands appear at rare in the set and can be found in regular Draft Boosters.[4] The Set - and Collector Boosters include extended art versions and retro (pre-Modern) card frame treatments for the fetch lands and many other cards.[8][11] Another frame treatment is seen on the showcase "sketch cards". These feature the artist's sketch of the main card artwork, and only is featured for new cards.[8][11] Instead of flavor text, some of them feature fragments from the art description that was sent to the artists when creating each card's artwork.

Modern Horizons 2 is also released on Magic Online, but not on MTG Arena.

Storyline

There is no storyline associated with this set, but there are several Dakkon Blackblade-related cards.[3]

Marketing

MH2 Bundle featuring Dakkon Blackblade key art

MH2 Draft Booster featuring Geyadrone Dihada

MH2 Collector Booster box

In addition to Draft Boosters, Modern Horizons 2 is sold in Set Boosters and Collector Boosters.[6][7] As such, this is the first supplemental set to feature Set - and Collector Boosters. Each Set Booster contains a guaranteed traditional foil, an art card, a New-to-Modern reprint and a guaranteed rare/mythic rare.[10][12] Collector Boosters feature foil-etched, retro frame and sketch cards cards.[10][12] Another first for a supplemental set is that it features a Modern Horizons 2 Bundle.[10]

The Draft Boosters feature artwork from Dakkon Blackblade (key art), Geyadrone Dihada and Svyelun of Sea and Sky. The Collector Booster features artwork from Graceful Restoration, and the Set Booster from Chatterfang, Squirrel General.

With the release of Modern Horizons 2, 50 cards were rotated into The List, many of which were thematically or mechanically linked to the set.

Version Treatment Draft Booster Set Booster Collector Booster
Non-foil Regular {Tick} {Tick} {Cross}
Non-foil Borderless {Tick} {Tick} {Tick}
Non-foil Showcase sketch art {Tick} {Tick} {Tick}
Non-foil Showcase retro frame {Tick} {Tick} {Cross}
Non-foil Extended art {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}
Non-foil Card from The List {Cross} {Tick} {Cross}
Non-foil Art card {Cross} {Tick} {Cross}
Traditional foil Regular {Tick} {Tick} {Cross}
Traditional foil Borderless {Tick} {Tick} {Cross}
Traditional foil Showcase sketch art {Tick} {Tick} {Tick}
Traditional foil Showcase retro frame {Tick} {Tick} {Tick}
Traditional foil Extended art {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}
Traditional foil Showcase retro frame (MH1 reprint) {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}
Traditional foil Art card (stamped) {Cross} {Tick} {Cross}
Traditional foil Buy-a-Box promo {Cross} {Cross} {Cross}
Traditional foil Bundle promo (alternate art) {Cross} {Cross} {Cross}
Foil-etched Regular basic land {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}
Foil-etched Regular {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}
Foil-etched Showcase retro frame {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}
Foil-etched Showcase retro frame (MH1 reprint) {Cross} {Cross} {Tick}

Events

Promotional cards

Tokens and markers

Modern Horizons 2 features 21 tokens.

  1. {W} 1/1 Bird creature with flying, for Scour the Desert.
  2. {U} 0/3 Crab creature, for Scuttletide and Specimen Collector.
  3. {B} 4/4 Eternalized Timeless Dragon.
  4. {B} 4/4 Eternalized Timeless Witness.
  5. {B} 0/0 Phyrexian Germ creature, for Batterbone, Kaldra Compleat and Nettlecyst.
  6. {B} 0/0 Zombie Army creature, for Lazotep Minister.
  7. {G} 4/4 Beast creature, for Combine Chrysalis and Herd Baloth.
  8. {G} 5/3 Elemental creature, for Titania, Protector of Argoth.
  9. {G} 1/1 Squirrel creature, for Chatterfang, Squirrel General, Chatterstorm, Chitterspitter, Drey Keeper, Scurry Oak, Specimen Collector, Squirrel Sanctuary, Underworld Hermit, and Verdant Command.
  10. {B/G} 1/1 Insect creature, for Grist, the Hunger Tide.
  11. {R/W} 4/4 Golem artifact creature, for General Ferrous Rokiric.
  12. {C} 0/0 Construct artifact creature with "This creature gets +1/+1 for each artifact you control," for Urza's Saga.
  13. {C} 1/1 Thopter artifact creature with flying, for Barbed Point, Breya's Apprentice and Sweep the Skies.
  14. {C} Clue artifact, for Academy Manufactor, Fae's Offering and Lonis, Cryptozoologist.
  15. {C} Food artifact, for Academy Manufactor, Fae's Offering, Late to Dinner, Orchard Strider, Timeless Provisioner, and The Underworld Cookbook
  16. {C} Treasure artifact, for Academy Manufactor, Fae's Offering, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Strike it Rich, and Timeless Provisioner.
  17. Copy, for Aeve, Progenitor Ooze and Garth One-Eye.

Themes and mechanics

The set was announced to have a higher power level and greater complexity with even more of what players loved in Modern Horizons.[7][3] It had access to more mechanics, eventually featuring 59 named non-evergreen mechanics (listed here).[14][15] In addition, it makes more use of legendary creatures, and leans a little heavier into multicolor.[3]

A new variant on an evergreen mechanic is Trample over planeswalkers (This creature can deal excess damage to the controller of the planeswalker it’s attacking).

Junk Winder is the first card to feature Affinity for tokens.

Modern Horizons 2 features the following limited archetypes:[9]

Card types

Cycles

Modern Horizons 2 has at least nine cycles, including three double cycles.

Cycle name {W} {U} {B} {R} {G}
Evoke Incarnations Solitude Subtlety Grief Endurance
Five mythic rare Elemental Incarnation creatures, each with an evoke cost of exiling a card of the same color from your hand (i.e. a pitch spell.)
Suspend spells
()

()
Profane Tutor
(Demonic Tutor)
Glimpse of Tomorrow
(Warp World)
Gaea's Will
(Yawgmoth's Will)
Five rare sorceries with suspend, no mana cost, and an effect of a powerful spell from Magic's past.
Converge spells Prismatic Ending Sweep the Skies Radiant Epicure Glinting Creeper
Five uncommon spells with converge.
Basic landcyclers Landscaper Colos Mental Journey World-Weary Battle Plan Orchard Strider
Five common high cost spells with basic landcycling {1}M.
Cycle name {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Enemy color fetch lands Marsh Flats Scalding Tarn Verdant Catacombs Arid Mesa Misty Rainforest
Each of these rare lands can be sacrificed along with a payment of 1 life to search for one of two basic land types. Reprinted from Zendikar.

Double cycles

Cycle name {W}{U} {U}{B} {B}{R} {R}{G} {G}{W} {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Rare spells Moderation Master of Death Asmoranomardica-daistinaculdacar Territorial Kavu Sythis, Hand of Harvest Priest of Fell Rites Yusri, Fortune's Flame Carth the Lion General Ferrous Rokiric Lonis, Cryptozoologist
Ten rare spells.
Uncommon signposts Ethersworn Sphinx Lazotep Minister Rakdos Headliner Road // Ruin Arcus Acolyte Graceful Restoration Prophetic Titan Ravenous Squirrel Arcbound Shikari Combine Chrysalis
Ten uncommon spells, each one a signpost for its respective draft archetype.
Common signposts Chrome Courier Drey Keeper
Ten common spells, each one a signpost for its respective draft archetype.
Bridges Razortide Bridge Mistvault Bridge Drossforge Bridge Slagwoods Bridge Thornglint Bridge Goldmire Bridge Silverbluff Bridge Darkmoss Bridge Rustvale Bridge Tanglepool Bridge
Ten common artifact taplands with indestructible.[16]

Mega-mega cycles

The Mirran swords mega-mega cycle gets an allied colored addition.

Reprints

TBA of the cards in the set are reprints, of which 42 are new to Modern. The latter all have a watermark of their original printing's set symbol, similar to Masters 25; except for Sanctum Prelate, which is only printed in the retro frame. These reprints occupy a unique slot in boosters.

Card New to
Modern
First printed Last seen Retro frame
variant
Extended art
variant
Borderless
variant
Notes
Arid Mesa Zendikar Zendikar Rising/Expeditions {Tick} {Tick}
Bone Shredder {Tick} Urza's Legacy Duel Decks: Phyrexia vs. The Coalition
Braids, Cabal Minion {Tick} Odyssey Eternal Masters
Cabal Coffers {Tick} Torment Planechase {Tick} Uncommon to mythic rare.
Chainer, Nightmare Adept {Tick} Commander 2019 Commander 2019 First ever reprint; mythic rare to rare.
Chance Encounter {Tick} Odyssey Odyssey First ever reprint; new art.
Counterspell {Tick} Alpha Mystical Archive {Tick} Centralized rules text.
Cursed Totem {Tick} Mirage Sixth Edition New art.
Enchantress's Presence {Tick} Onslaught Commander 2018
Extruder {Tick} Urza's Destiny Urza's Destiny First ever reprint.
Fire // Ice {Tick} Apocalypse Mystery Booster Common to rare.
Flame Rift {Tick} Nemesis Nemesis First ever reprint; common to uncommon; new art.
Goblin Bombardment {Tick} Tempest Mystery Booster Uncommon to rare.
Gorilla Shaman {Tick} Alliances Coldsnap/Theme decks
Greed {Tick} Legends Commander 2021
Imperial Recruiter {Tick} Portal Three Kingdoms Double Masters {Tick}
Karmic Guide {Tick} Urza's Legacy Commander Anthology
Marsh Flats Zendikar Zendikar Rising/Expeditions {Tick} {Tick}
Millikin {Tick} Odyssey Mystery Booster New art.
Mirari's Wake {Tick} Judgment Commander 2017 {Tick}
Mishra's Factory {Tick} Antiquities Double Masters {Tick}
Misty Rainforest Zendikar Zendikar Rising/Expeditions {Tick} {Tick}
Mogg Salvage {Tick} Nemesis Nemesis First ever reprint.
Nevinyrral's Disk {Tick} Alpha Commander Legends
Patriarch's Bidding {Tick} Onslaught Onslaught First ever reprint; new art.
Quirion Ranger {Tick} Visions Visions First ever reprint.
Riptide Laboratory {Tick} Onslaught The List
Sanctum Prelate {Tick} Conspiracy: Take the Crown Conspiracy: Take the Crown {Tick} First ever reprint; new art; buy-a box promo
Scalding Tarn Zendikar Zendikar Rising/Expeditions {Tick} {Tick}
Sea Drake {Tick} Portal Second Age Portal Second Age First ever reprint.
Seal of Cleansing {Tick} Nemesis Mystery Booster Common to uncommon.
Seal of Removal {Tick} Nemesis Nemesis First ever reprint; common to uncommon.
Shardless Agent {Tick} Planechase 2012 Mystery Booster {Tick} {Tick} Uncommon to rare.
Skirge Familiar {Tick} Urza's Saga Urza's Saga First ever reprint; new art.
Solitary Confinement {Tick} Judgment Judgment First ever reprint.
Soul Snare {Tick} Commander Commander 2021 {Tick} New art.
Squirrel Mob {Tick} Odyssey Secret Lair Drop Series: Secretversary {Tick}
Sterling Grove {Tick} Invasion Invasion First ever reprint; uncommon to rare.
Titania, Protector of Argoth {Tick} Commander 2014 Commander Anthology
Upheaval {Tick} Odyssey From the Vault: Annihilation
Verdant Catacombs Zendikar Zendikar Rising/Expeditions {Tick} {Tick}
Vindicate {Tick} Apocalypse Masters 25 {Tick}
Wonder {Tick} Judgement Eternal Masters {Tick} New art, uncommon to rare.
Yavimaya Elder {Tick} Urza's Destiny Commander Legends Common to Uncommon.
Zuran Orb {Tick} Ice Age From the Vault: Relics New art.

MH1 reprints

There are also 43 retro frame reprints of MH1 favorites: they are reprinted with the MH1 set symbol and aren't part of MH2 proper. These are only available through Collector Boosters as foils or etched foils, and all commons are upshifted to uncommon.

Changes in rarity

Mythic rare to rare

Rare to uncommon

Rare to common

Uncommon to mythic rare

Uncommon to rare

Common to rare

Common to uncommon

Notes

^* MH1 reprint

Notable cards

Callbacks

Card Inspired by Notes
Aeromoeba Aquamoeba A larger, flying Aquamoeba, with a similar flavor text scheme, marking them with similar watery origins.
Altar of the Goyf Tarmogoyf A Tribal Lhurgoyf card, which boosts it for most of Tarmogoyf's stats. Plays off the fact that Lhurgoyfs are mechanical as anti-synergistic as can be, as each requires a heavy deckbuilding cost, so getting trample is about as good an effect as they can achieve.
Arcbound Whelp Furnace Whelp A constructed Furnace Whelp.
Archfiend of Sorrows Drown in Sorrow A demon that casts Drown in Sorrow at your opponents. Color scheme is similar.
Archon of Cruelty Cruel Ultimatum, Grave Titan A 6/6 archon that casts a portion of Cruel Ultimatum with a "Titan trigger".
Batterbone Batterskull Both are living weapons with Vigilance and Lifelink. The new card is a cheaper and smaller version of the older card.
Blazing Rootwalla Basking Rootwalla Both are one-mana 1/1 Rootwallas with Madness {0} and a once-per-turn pump ability
Bloodbraid Marauder Bloodbraid Elf
Bone Shards Bone Splinters Bone Splinters with extra versatility.
Bottle Golems Bottle Gnomes Artifact creatures who give life upon dying in one way or another and similar flavor text.
Brainstone Mind Stone and Brainstorm A Mind Stone for Brainstorm.
Breya's Apprentice Breya, Etherium Shaper, Loyal Apprentice Breya's apprentice, creating fewer Thopters and only access to monocolored abilities.
Calibrated Blast Erratic Explosion, Explosive Revelation An Erratic Explosion that swaps the choosing and revealing, allowing it to be calibrated to the appropriate target - ironically, the new version randomizes the revealed cards whereas the previous template allowed selection. Same mana cost as Erratic Explosion, and the card advantage of the flashback ability is reflected in the flashback cost being the same as Explosive Revelation, which drew the revealed card.
Chatterstorm Chatter of the Squirrel and Crow Storm A storm version of Chatter of the Squirrel.
Dakkon, Shadow Slayer Dakkon Blackblade The number of loyalty counters Dakkon, Shadow Slayer enters with is determined by the number of lands you control, like the original Dakkon Blackblade's power/toughness.
Damn Damnation, Wrath of God A smaller version of Damnation, which can overload into Wrath of God.[19][20]
Diamond Lion Lion's Eye Diamond Both artifacts that force the controller to sacrifice the permanent and discard their hand to add three mana of one color. References Afari, author of the Tales of Jamuraa, for the first since Visions. The lion's pendant matches the earring in the original art.
Drey Keeper Deranged Hermit Creates Squirrel tokens and has a Lord-like activated ability for Squirrels.
Esper Sentinel Mystic Remora A colorshifted Remora. Cumulative upkeep is removed and, as downside, it becomes an artifact creature, making it vulnerable to artifact-hate.
Flame Blitz Curse of Vitality et al Depicts The Unluckiest.
Flametongue Yearling Flametongue Kavu A young Flametongue Kavu who can pump itself to deal higher damage when it enters the battlefield. The picture matches the original art.
Fractured Sanity Sanity Grinding, the Scourge Decrees cycle A card that if cycled has a similar but lesser effect than if it was hard-cast. The spell takes the mana cost, name, and effect (milling) from Sanity Grinding.
Gaea's Will Yawgmoth's Will, the costless suspend spells from Time Spiral A green suspended Will with updated templating, also referencing the Time Spiral costless suspend cycle.
Garth One-Eye Black Lotus, Disenchant, Braingeyser, Terror, Shivan Dragon, Regrowth A character from the lore in 1994, shown to master five colors of magic - and so, has six iconic spells from all colors plus artifacts. Foreshadowed by Growth Charm.
General Ferrous Rokiric Hero of Precinct One A powered-up Hero, also from Ravnica. Art style is similar with a figure flanked by its summoned tokens.
Ghost-Lit Drifter Shinen of Flight's Wings, Ghost-Lit Warder, Arashi, the Sky Asunder A composite of all three Channel designs - the purpose of the common, the name of the uncommon, and the single/X-to-all of the rare.
Glimpse of Tomorrow Warp World, Ancestral Vision A one-sided Warp World, with suspend cost and art direction similar to Ancestral Vision, of the costless suspend cycle.
Ignoble Hierarch Noble Hierarch Jund's answer to Noble Hierarch.
Jade Avenger Chub Toad, bushido A Frog Samurai playing off the joke that Chub Toad had bushido 2 long before it was keyworded (and so should be a Samurai).[21]
Kaldra Compleat Helm of Kaldra, Shield of Kaldra, Sword of Kaldra A mockery of the Avatar Kaldra, with a Germ inhabiting the entire equipment rather than the 4/4 Avatar.
Legion Vanguard Viscera Seer Vampires who sacrifice a creature to manipulate the top of the library.
Liquimetal Torque Liquimetal Coating Same mana value, art style, and ability to turn nonland permanents into artifacts.
Monoskelion Triskelion Monoskelion is a smaller Triskelion, only having 1/3 the counters and 1/3 the mana cost.
Necrogoyf Necrogen Mists, Lhurgoyf A Lhurgoyf that feeds itself and others like it with its discard ability.
Nettlecyst All That Glitters , Living weapon An Equipment version of All That Glitters with living weapon.
Out of Time Parallax Wave Enchantments that removes creatures until itself later expires, but with opposite purposes - Parallax Wave is a precision tool for creature decks, while Out of Time is a board wipe with downside.
Phantasmal Dreadmaw Colossal Dreadmaw, Phantasmal Dragon An Illusion version of Colossal Dreadmaw that sacrifices itself upon being targeted.
Piru, the Volatile Legends Elder dragons cycle (Chromium, etc.) Another of the Elder Dragons of Dominaria, who was the Life-Partner of Chromium Rhuell
Profane Tutor Demonic Tutor, the costless suspend spells from Time Spiral A spell with no mana cost and both a Suspend cost and effect that mirrors Demonic Tutor.
Prophetic Titan Prophetic Bolt If you have Delirium, the Titan is Prophetic Bolt on a stick.
Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer Kari Zev, Skyship Raider Kari's pet, striking out on their own - the Dash ability resembles Kari's ability to have Ragavan enter only for combat.
Rift Sower Search for Tomorrow The searcher of tomorrow as depicted, with the same mana and suspend costs.
Rise and Shine Animating Faerie Bring to Life on its own, and with overload.
Rishadan Dockhand Rishadan Port Rishadan Port on a stick
Scion of Draco Draco, Scion of the Ur-Dragon Both in name, art, and domain mana value reduction ability.
Spreading Insurrection Insurrection Both gain control of multiple creatures. Insurrection costs more, but takes all creatures. Spreading Insurrection takes one, but has storm and costs less.
Sudden Edict Chainer's Edict, Sudden Death Another {1}{B} Edict with the naming convention and split-frame art style of the split second spells. Flavor text is vaguely reminiscent of Sudden Death.
Sylvan Anthem Crusade, Season of Growth Colorshifted Crusade with the scrying ability of Season of Growth.
Sythis, Hand of Harvest Karametra, God of Harvests
Thought Monitor Thoughtcast A Thoughtcast strapped to a flier.
Thraben Watcher Always Watching One of the watchers depicted in Always Watching, who also shares the buffing Lord-like ability.
Timeless Dragon Eternal Dragon Both creatures are 5/5 Dragons with flying, plainscycling {2}, and an ability that moves the dragon from the graveyard to another zone. The first creature with eternalize to return smaller than the original stats.
Timeless Witness Eternal Witness Similar in art and regrowth-like ability, the second card to play off the use of Eternal in its name by giving it the Eternalize ability.
Tireless Provisioner Tireless Tracker Instead of Clues and a buff-ability, produces Food and Treasure tokens from the Landfall ability.
Tormod's Cryptkeeper Tormod's Crypt Tormod's Crypt on a stick
Tourach, Dread Cantor Hymn to Tourach, Order of the Ebon Hand Tourach himself - the kicker effect is Hymn to Tourach, while his stats as a 2 MV 2/1 with protection from white reflects his alliance with the Ebon Praetor.
Tourach's Canticle Hymn to Tourach Another song dedicated to Tourach, also involving random discard.
Underworld Hermit Deranged Hermit, Evangel of Heliod Creates Squirrel tokens equal to your devotion to black. Mana cost, ability and art direction very similar to Evangel of Heliod.
Unmarked Grave Entomb An {1}{B} Entomb for nonlegendary cards. Reflects how the most popular reanimation targets (Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, Griselbrand, Iona, Shield of Emeria) are all legendary.
Verdant Command Primal Command et al A modal spell in the vein of the original commands with similar art.
Vile Gravedigger Entomb Art and mechanic.
Void Mirror Nether Void A permanent that counters spells symmetrically. The shape of the relic matches the wisps in the void.
Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth A legendary land that causes all lands to be treated as a specific basic land type, in addition to their other types, based on a famous location on Dominaria.
Young Necromancer Young Pyromancer, Liliana Vess A young girl who imitates a famous planeswalker and wears a brooch with her face on it.[22]

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