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"Front" side of reversible Stitch in Time

"Back" side of the same card

Reversible cards are double-sided Magic: The Gathering cards that have the same functional card on each side.


Each side of a reversible card represents the same spell, but has different art. When played, the owner can choose which side to show off. They're designed to be another way for players to express themselves while playing the game.[1]

Since each reversible card has the identity of what was originally printed as a typical single-faced card, they are not considered double-faced cards during the game. For instance, they cannot transform.

Reversible cards debuted in the Heads I Win, Tails You Lose Commander deck of Secret Lair Drop Series: Secretversary 2021.[1]