|Introduced||Jumpstart: Historic Horizons|
|Last Used||Jumpstart: Historic Horizons|
26.3% 15.8% 15.8% 26.3% 15.8%
For example, Davriel’s Withering perpetually gives a creature -1/-2 – if that card reduces a creature to 0 toughness or less and sends it to the graveyard, for example, the debuff will remain in effect even if a player is able to bring it back to battlefield (causing it to immediately die again). Alternatively, Lumbering Lightshield can perpetually increase the casting cost of a card in your opponent’s hand by one colorless mana – the affected card then maintains that increase whether it’s cast from hand or somewhere else, like from the graveyard with Flashback or from exile with Foretell. While this is an effect that can partially be tracked with paper cards, it becomes substantially simpler in a digital space. This is most critical for when cards enter hidden zones such as the hand or library - only one player can verify which is the affected card if it returns to hand, and neither can confirm whether the card drawn is the same copy if it is shuffled into the library, but the computer can.
Tap target creature. That creature perpetually gains “This creature doesn’t untap during your untap step” and “: Untap this creature.”
- Tom Marks (July 26, 2021). "Exclusive: MTG Arena’s Jumpstart: Historic Horizons Set Will Add Digital-Only Cards, Full Details Revealed". IGN.com.
- Wizards of the Coast (July 26, 2021). "What Is MTG Arena's Jumpstart: Historic Horizons?". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.