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Strixhaven: School of Mages

Strixhaven: School of Mages
Strixhaven logo
Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description A Strix
Design Mark Rosewater (lead)[1]
Andrew Veen
Ari Nieh
Daniel Holt
George Fan
Sydney Adams
Yoni Skolnik
Development Yoni Skolnik (lead)
Erik Lauer
Ian Duke
Mark Gottlieb
Daniel Holt
Ken Nagle
Michael Hinderaker
Andrew Brown
Ben Hayes
Kazu Negri
Ari Nieh
Andrew Veen
Chris Mooney
Reggie Valk
Art direction Taylor Ingvarsson
Release date April 23, 2021
Plane Arcavios
Themes and mechanics Modal double-faced cards, Lessons, "instants and spells matter", enemy colors, creature tokens
Keywords/​ability words Learn, Magecraft, Ward
Set size 275 + 107
Expansion code STX[2]
Development codename Fencing
Forgotten Realms Standard
Zendikar Rising Kaldheim Strixhaven: School of Mages
Magic: The Gathering Chronology
Challenger Decks 2021 Strixhaven: School of Mages Strixhaven: School of Mages
Mystical Archive

Strixhaven: School of Mages, often shortened as Strixhaven, is the 87th Magic expansion. It is set at the Strixhaven school on the plane of Arcavios.[3][4][5] It was released on April 23, 2021.[6]

Set details[ | ]

STX School Map

School map

“  Choose Excellence  ”

Strixhaven: School of Mages is a bottom-up enemy color faction set based on “instants and spells matter”.[7] Creatively, the design of this set is Magic’s take on the magical school genre.[8][1] Each one of the featured colleges represents one of Magic’s enemy color combinations, with their character and mechanics.[9] Cards associated with the different colleges feature separate watermarked insignias. This set contains 275 regular cards (105 commons, 80 uncommons, 69 rares, 21 mythic rares) and includes randomly inserted premium versions of all cards. The basic lands are numbered outside the main set and therefore don't appear in the draft boosters.

Alternate card frames have another card number than the original version. Borderless planeswalkers are numbered #276-279, borderless elder dragons are #280-284, and extended artwork cards are numbered #285-365. Basic lands are #366-375. The Buy-a-Box card is #376 and the Bundle promo is #377. The FNM-treatment cards from the Universal promo pack are numbered #378-382. There are no showcase cards in this set, as the Mystical Archive fills that position.

This set introduces the term mana value as a wording change for converted mana cost. Also, "shuffle your library" is shortened to shuffle, and "activate this ability only any time you could cast a sorcery" is shortened to "activate only as a sorcery."

Storyline[ | ]

Strixhaven is the most elite University in the Multiverse. It features five colleges founded by the elder dragon whose name each college bears: Silverquill ({W}{B}), Prismari ({U}{R}), Witherbloom ({B}{G}), Lorehold ({R}{W}), and Quandrix ({G}{U}).[10][9] The five colleges battle it out with their takes on magic. Several planeswalkers, each with their motivations, have sought out Arcavios and Strixhaven as their refuge. They are confronted by the Oriq.

The cards that represent the Story Spotlights in Strixhaven are:

Magic Story[ | ]

Main article: Magic Story
Title Author Release Date Setting Featuring
Episode 1: Class is in Session Adana Washington 2021-03-25 Arcavios, Kylem Liliana, Codie, Shaile Talonrook, Nassari, Lisette, Will, Rowan, Kasmina, Mavinda Sharpbeak, Alibou, Lukka, Mila, Extus Narr
A Cry of Magic Aysha U. Farah 2021-03-26 Arcavios Rootha Squallheart, Uvilda, Nassari, Samara Squallheart, Felisa Fang, Tomlin Squallheart
Episode 2: Lessons Adana Washington 2021-03-31 Arcavios Tavver, Extus Narr, Liliana, Lukka, Mila, Beledros Witherbloom, Taiva, Gladefell, Valentin, Lisette, Rowan
Episode 3: Extracurriculars Adana Washington 2021-04-07 Arcavios Will, Rowan, Auvernine, Plink, Quintorius Kand, Dinsley, Liliana, Isabough, Arlo Wickel, Kasmina, Lukka, Mila, Extus Narr
The Chains That Bind Reinhardt Suarez 2021-03-31 Arcavios Dina, Maraff, Tivash, Willowdusk, Lisette, Valentin, Embrose Lu, Killian Lu, Liliana, Ana
Episode 4: Put to the Test Adana Washington 2021-04-14 Arcavios Will, Rowan, Arlo Wickel, Liliana, Kianne, Imbraham, Plink, Auvernine, Extus Narr, Tavver, the Blood Avatar
The Mentor Reinhardt Suarez 2021-04-16 Arcavios Quintorius Kand, Golwanda, Xandril, Plargg, Asterion, Teutamos, Crethea, Pasiphaë, Deianira, Achelous, Arboron, Vis Svokunol, Hofri Ghostforge, Huerty Kostambul, Siulogma, Xyrun-Jed, Kollema
Episode 5: Final Exam Adana Washington 2021-04-21 Arcavios Will, Rowan, the Blood Avatar, Extus Narr, Uvilda, Plink, Auvernine, Lukka, Mila, Nassari, Lisette, Kasmina, Liliana
Blue-Green Ribbons Innocent Chizaram Ilo 2021-04-23 Arcavios Zimone Wola, Ellina, Amaka, Nnanyielugo, Wallader, Nimiroti Wola, Isabough, Kianne, Imbraham, Zihir Wola, Dipo Wola, Codie, Extus Narr, Pita
A Silent Voice Calls Marcus Terrell Smith 2021-04-30 Arcavios Killian Lu, Razineth, Embrose Lu, Doco, Fannessa Fjyorne, Shaile Talonrook, Quintorius Kand, Dobarius Egolt, Dina, Vickus

Marketing[ | ]

STX Bundle

Bundle with Rowan and Will Kenrith key art

STX scarves

Strixhaven promotional scarves

Strixhaven: School of Mages is sold in regular 16-card Draft Boosters (one card being a marketing card). A Mystical Archive card appears as a bonus card in each Draft Booster. These Mystical Archive cards don't replace another card of the same rarity in a pack. So you can get multiple rare cards in a draft booster.

In addition, the product line includes five bi-colored Theme Boosters, Collector Boosters (including three Mystical Archive cards, one certified Japanese version), Set Boosters (with a Mystical Archive card and a Lesson card), the Strixhaven: School of Mages bundle and five Commander decks.[11][12]

The packaging of Strixhaven: School of Mages features key art of Will and Rowan Kenrith. The Draft Boosters feature artwork of Killian Lu, Rootha Squallheart, Dina, Quintorius Kand and Zimone Wola. The Theme Boosters feature art from Clever Lumimancer ({W}{B}), Spectacle Mage ({U}{R}), Professor of Zoomancy ({B}{G}), Lorehold Apprentice ({R}{W}), and Quandrix Apprentice ({G}{U}). The Collector Boosters feature the art of the Mystical Archive Memory Lapse and the Set Boosters feature original art of the battle between the Strixhaven residents and the Oriq.

With the release of Strixhaven, 55 cards were rotated into The List, many of which were thematically or mechanically linked to the set. In 5% of the Set Boosters, the marketing card is replaced by a minigame card.

Mystical Archive[ | ]

Mystical Archive is a separate set of cards associated with Strixhaven: School of Mages. It is similar to the Masterpiece Series but the cards appear more frequently in the boosters of the main set. In Mystical Archive, Wizards of the Coasts has reprinted 63 of the most famous instants and sorceries of all time in specially designed showcase frames and at all rarities. Strixhaven Draft and Set Boosters contain one Mystical Archive card, and Collector Boosters have at least three. These will only be legal in formats that they are already legal in. They are not part of the Standard environment. However, the cards may be used in Limited events.

Events[ | ]

Promotional cards[ | ]

Tokens and emblems[ | ]

The sixteenth card in the boosters is a token creature card or an emblem, with advertisements on the backside. It can also be a helper card with a standard card back. There are a total of nine tokens and emblems:[17]

  1. {B/R} 3/6 Avatar creature with haste and "Whenever this creature attacks, it deals 3 damage to each opponent," for Awaken the Blood Avatar.
  2. {U/R} 4/4 Elemental creature, for Elemental Expressionist, Elemental Masterpiece, Elemental Summoning, Magma Opus, Mascot Exhibition, Multiple Choice, Resculpt, and Will, Scholar of Frost.
  3. {G/U} 0/0 Fractal creature, for Emergent Sequence, Fractal Summoning, Kasmina, Enigma Sage, Kianne, Dean of Substance, Leyline Invocation, Manifestation Sage, Biomathematician, Body of Research, and Serpentine Curve.
  4. {W/B} 2/1 Inkling creature with flying, for Blot Out the Sky, Dramatic Finale, Inkling Summoning, Mascot Exhibition, Shadrix Silverquill, and Umbral Juke.
  5. {B/G} 1/1 Pest creature with "When this creature dies, you gain 1 life," for Beledros Witherbloom, Callous Bloodmage, Containment Breach, Hunt for Specimens, Pest Summoning, Pestilent Cauldron, Professor of Zoomancy, Sedgemoor Witch, Tend the Pests, and Valentin, Dean of the Vein.
  6. {R/W} 3/2 Spirit creature, for Illuminate History, Illustrious Historian, Lorehold Command, Lorehold Excavation, Make Your Mark, Mascot Exhibition, Quintorius, Field Historian, Reduce to Memory, and Spirit Summoning.
  7. {C} Treasure artifact, for Creative Outburst, Culmination of Studies, Elemental Masterpiece, Galazeth Prismari, Ingenious Mastery, Magma Opus, Prismari Command, Storm-Kiln Artist, and Sudden Breakthrough.
  8. Emblem for Lukka, Wayward Bonder.
  9. Emblem for Rowan, Scholar of Sparks.

The College Boosters of the prerelease packs contain the following s double-sided tokens:

  • {W/B} 2/1 Inkling creature with flying — {B/G} 1/1 Pest creature with "When this creature dies, you gain 1 life"
  • {W/B} 2/1 Inkling creature with flying — {R/W} 3/2 Spirit creature
  • {U/R} 4/4 Elemental creature — {R/W} 3/2 Spirit creature
  • {U/R} 4/4 Elemental creature — {C} Treasure
  • {B/G} 1/1 Pest creature with "When this creature dies, you gain 1 life" — {W/B} 2/1 Inkling creature with flying
  • {B/G} 1/1 Pest creature with "When this creature dies, you gain 1 life" — {G/U} 0/0 Fractal creature
  • {R/W} 3/2 Spirit creature — {U/R} 4/4 Elemental creature
  • {R/W} 3/2 Spirit creature — {W/B} 2/1 Inkling creature with flying
  • {G/U} 0/0 Fractal creature — {B/G} 1/1 Pest creature with "When this creature dies, you gain 1 life"
  • {G/U} 0/0 Fractal creature — {U/R} 4/4 Elemental creature

Themes and mechanics[ | ]

In place of the abandoned block model, R&D has found a new way to tie together the three non-core premier sets in a single Magic "year" (aka the fall, winter, and spring sets—using northern hemisphere seasons): they share a common mechanic. For Zendikar Rising, Kaldheim and Strixhaven that is modal double-faced cards.[18][19][20] Unlike the other two sets, there is no hard rule as to the nature of the MDFCs. This is the first time sorceries and instants were printed on the back face of a DFC.

Strixhaven is the first set centered on an "instants and spells matters" theme.[1] It is designed around five enemy color pairs, which despite the many years of Magic has not been done before as a large expansion - Apocalypse, the other enemy color set, was drafted as a counterpart at the tail end of Invasion block, and likewise with Eventide and the Shadowmoor block. Unlike the Ravnican guilds, the Strixhaven colleges aren’t built around the similarities of the two colors, but rather around their conflict.[21]

A new mechanic is Magecraft, an ability word that causes an effect whenever you cast or copy an instant or sorcery spell.[22] Another new mechanic is Learn (You may reveal a Lesson card you own from outside the game and put it into your hand, or discard a card to draw a card.). Both of these tie into the higher "spells matter" gameplay, which was previously limited to blue and red.

Ward is a new evergreen keyword. Whenever a permanent with ward becomes the target of a spell or ability an opponent controls, counter it unless that player pays an additional cost.[23]

Strixhaven also has a creature token theme in the form of mascots for the colleges.[24]

Card types[ | ]

The Set introduces the Inkling and Fractal creature types and the Lesson spell type. Pests appear for the first time outside of Mirrodin. Spirit and Elemental round out the token mascot quintet.

Compared to Kaldheim and Zendikar Rising, there are fewer Rogues and Warriors for the Party. Instead, the three other major spellcaster classes (Shaman, Druid, Warlock) return, joining the Party's Wizard and Cleric. There are more than twice the amount of Warlocks in this set as there are in Magic's history. The specially-reserved subtype Elder, last seen in Theros Beyond Death, returns for the Founder Dragon cycle.

Food tokens return in the associated Commander product. They are made by Chef Gyome.[25]

Draft Archetypes[ | ]

The draft archetypes are designed to be significantly different from those on Ravnica, due to the strong association with color pairs from the Guilds and their play style.

Cycles[ | ]

Strixhaven: School of Mages has twenty-five cycles.

Cycle name {W} {U} {B} {R} {G}
Rare lessons Academic Probation Teachings of the Archaics Confront the Past Illuminate History Basic Conjuration
Five rare monocolored Lessons.
Rare learners Sparring Regimen Dream Strix Poet's Quill Retriever Phoenix Gnarled Professor
Five rare monocolored permanents with learn.
Masteries Devastating Mastery Ingenious Mastery Baleful Mastery Fervent Mastery Verdant Mastery
Five rare monocolored spells, each with a lower alternate casting cost that provides some kind of benefit to an opponent if the alternate cost is paid.
Uncommon lessons Reduce to Memory Mercurial Transformation Necrotic Fumes Start from Scratch Containment Breach
Five uncommon monocolored lessons.
Uncommon learners Professor of Symbology Divide By Zero Eyetwitch Academic Dispute / Igneous Inspiration Overgrown Arch
Five uncommon monocolored spells with learn. (Loose cycle because it has two red cards)
Uncommon Magecrafters Clever Lumimancer Symmetry Sage Mage Hunter Storm-Kiln Artist Karok Wrangler
Five uncommon monocolored creatures with Magecraft. (Loose cycle because Mage Hunter acts as Magecraft for the opponent)
Cycle name {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Founders Shadrix Silverquill Galazeth Prismari Beledros Witherbloom Velomachus Lorehold Tanazir Quandrix
Five mythic rare Elder Dragon creatures as illustrated by Raymond Swanland, each of whom is the founder of their college.
Mythic Rare spells Blot Out the Sky Magma Opus Harness Infinity Hofri Ghostforge Body of Research
Five mythic rare spells with an expensive cost (or in one case, must be paid expensively) for a powerful, massive effect.
Hybrid Rares Dramatic Finale Elemental Expressionist Daemogoth Titan Blade Historian Manifestation Sage
Five rare spells with mana cost HHHH, where H is the corresponding hybrid mana.
Legendary students Killian, Ink Duelist Rootha, Mercurial Artist Dina, Soul Steeper Quintorius, Field Historian Zimone, Quandrix Prodigy
Five uncommon legendary creatures, each supporting a draft archetype.
Apprentices Silverquill Apprentice Prismari Apprentice Witherbloom Apprentice Lorehold Apprentice Quandrix Apprentice
Five uncommon multicolored humans with magecraft.
Gold hybrids Shadewing Laureate Maelstrom Muse Daemogoth Woe-Eater Returned Pastcaller Quandrix Cultivator
Five powerful uncommon creatures with mana costs XMHN, where H is the hybrid of M and N.
Two-mana utility spells Fracture Expressive Iteration Deadly Brew Rip Apart Decisive Denial
Five gold uncommon utility spells that cost two mana.
Summonings Inkling Summoning Elemental Summoning Pest Summoning Spirit Summoning Fractal Summoning
Five common hybrid Lessons that each create one or more creature tokens of the type characteristic of that college. Each has two hybrid symbols in its costs.
Pledgemages Silverquill Pledgemage Prismari Pledgemage Witherbloom Pledgemage Lorehold Pledgemage Quandrix Pledgemage
Five common hybrid creatures with magecraft. Each has two hybrid symbols in its mana costs.
Gold common creatures Spiteful Squad Spectacle Mage Blood Researcher Stonebound Mentor Biomathematician
Five common multicolored creatures, each supporting a draft archetype.
Gold common spells Exhilarating Elocution Elemental Masterpiece Infuse with Vitality Thrilling Discovery Eureka Moment
Five common multicolored instants or sorceries, each supporting a draft archetype.
Hybrid common spells Rise of Extus Teach by Example Cram Session Make Your Mark Square Up
Five common hybrid instants or sorceries.
Double-evergreen creatures Owlin Shieldmage Oggyar Battle-Seer Moldering Karok Relic Sloth Needlethorn Drake
Five common gold creatures, all with two abilities. Four of them have two evergreen keyword abilities, while one has one evergreen keyword and one evergreen keyword action.
Campuses Silverquill Campus Prismari Campus Witherbloom Campus Lorehold Campus Quandrix Campus
Five common dual taplands with "{4}, {T}: Scry 1."

Modal double-faced cycles[ | ]

Cycle name Side {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Mythic Legends {dfc-front} Extus, Oriq Overlord Rowan, Scholar of Sparks Blex, Vexing Pest Mila, Crafty Companion Jadzi, Oracle of Arcavios
{dfc-back} Awaken the Blood Avatar ({B/R}) Will, Scholar of Frost Search for Blex Lukka, Wayward Bonder Journey to the Oracle
Five mythic rare legendary MDFCs.
Deans {dfc-front} Shaile, Dean of Radiance Uvilda, Dean of Perfection Valentin, Dean of the Vein Plargg, Dean of Chaos Kianne, Dean of Substance
{dfc-back} Embrose, Dean of Shadow Nassari, Dean of Expression Lisette, Dean of the Root Augusta, Dean of Order Imbraham, Dean of Theory
Five rare legendary MDFC creatures. Each side represents a dean who is a Spellcaster aligned with one color of a college.
Cycle name Side {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U} {C}
Spell Permanents {dfc-front} Selfless Glyphweaver Torrent Sculptor Pestilent Cauldron Flamescroll Celebrant Augmenter Pugilist Wandering Archaic
{dfc-back} Deadly Vanity Flamethrower Sonata Restorative Burst Revel in Silence Echoing Equation Explore the Vastlands
Six rare MDFC permanents, the back of each being an instant or sorcery.

Vertical cycles[ | ]

Cycle name
Treasure Spells Magma Opus Creative Outburst Elemental Masterpiece
Each of these three {U}{R} instant or sorcery spells has a mana value over 6, and can be discarded for {U/R}{U/R} to create a Treasure.

Pairs[ | ]

Pair Description
Harness Infinity (Strixhaven: School of Mages) ({B/G}) Body of Research (Strixhaven: School of Mages) ({G/U}) Two mythic rare multicolored green spells whose colored cost is NNNMMM, with effects that scale to the size of a large game zone (graveyard or library, respectively).
Dueling Coach ({W}) Tenured Inkcaster ({B}) Two uncommon 2/2 creatures that put a +1/+1 counter on a creature when they enter the battlefield. Each has a secondary ability that benefits creatures with a +1/+1 counter on them.

Mega cycles[ | ]

Cycle name {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Snarls Shineshadow Snarl Frostboil Snarl Necroblossom Snarl Furycalm Snarl Vineglimmer Snarl
Five rare reveal lands that enter the battlefield tapped, except if you reveal a land with the corresponding basic land type from your hand. They complete a cycle started in Shadows over Innistrad, and are all illustrated by Sam Burley
Commands Silverquill Command Prismari Command Witherbloom Command Lorehold Command Quandrix Command
Each of these rare modal spells has four modes and allows you to choose two different modes rather than merely one. They complete a cycle of two-colored Elder Dragon-named spells started in Dragons of Tarkir.

Reprinted cards[ | ]

Besides one futureshifted card, there are no reprints in the base set. R&D decided to use the Mystic Archive for reprints.[26]

Functional reprints[ | ]

Preconstructed decks[ | ]

On the same date, five Commander decks are released, which are flavorfully connected to the main set. This is Commander 2021 aligning with Strixhaven: School of Mages.

deck name
Color Identity Commander
{W} {U} {B} {R} {G}
Silverquill Statement W B Breena, the Demagogue
Prismari Performance U R Zaffai, Thunder Conductor
Witherbloom Witchcraft B G Willowdusk, Essence Seer
Lorehold Legacies W R Osgir, the Reconstructor
Quantum Quandrix U G Adrix and Nev, Twincasters

Notable cards[ | ]

Banned and restricted Cards[ | ]

  • Divide by Zero, a combined counter and bounce spell at no cost to card advantage, was banned in Standard in January 2022. Lier, Disciple of the Drowned, which allowed graveyard recursion of spells at the cost of countermagic, was made into a monster by a spell that countered without "countering". The ban occurred at the same time as Alrund's Epiphany, a card that had drawn far more player outcry for its oppression of diversity in Standard, but Wizards stated that Divide by Zero would still have bolstered blue control decks on its own.
  • Expressive Iteration combines card selection of blue with the impulsive draw of red, creating an efficient draw spell that tends to be "draw two of three top cards". It powered blue-red decks across all formats, but as Pioneer uniquely also has Treasure Cruise and Dig Through Time, it was deemed that the Delve spells could stay and Iteration was the Izzet draw spell to be banned for Pioneer and Explorer in June 2022. Legacy also banned it in March 2023 to weaken Izzet Delver's card advantage.
  • Grinning Ignus, a reprint from Future Sight, forms an infinite loop with Birgi, God of Storytelling from the previous Kaldheim set. In Standard, this combo appeared infrequently for lack of available payoffs, while non-rotating formats with access to storm had similarly powerful combos and sufficient means to interact with them. Alchemy had the first and lacked the second, leading to a deck that "fell outside [Wizards'] format goals." Despite the power to rebalance cards in Alchemy, Wizards found that every rebalancing option would eliminate the combo as if it were banned, so it was simpler to ban Grinning Ignus on July 5, 2022 — the first-ever ban in Alchemy.

Misprints[ | ]

References[ | ]

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