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Alternate art DCI judge foil Hanna, Ship's Navigator

While everyone's busy drooling over the new alternate art foil Force of Will, there's another promo which we'd like to draw special attention to. An alternate art DCI judge foil Hanna, Ship's Navigator is also one of the nine new promotional Magic: The Gathering cards which DCI judges can be rewarded with for volunteering their time to the game and devotion to improving the Magic community throughout 2014.

Hanna, Ship's Navigator
Hanna, Ship's Navigator
Photo courtesy of Wizards of the Coast, used with permission.
Hanna vanguard card
Hanna vanguard card
Photo courtesy of Wizards of the Coast, used with permission.

Hanna, Ship's Navigator - 1WU
Legendary Creature - Human Artificer
1WU, Tap: Return target artifact or enchantment card from your graveyard to your hand.
"I never thought I'd spend my life fighting. I'm a maker, not a destroyer."
1/2

Originally printed in Invasion, Hanna, Ship's Navigator is an MVP in the commander format where she can be used in a variety of archetypes. You'll be able to gain card advantage by using your destroyed artifacts (Pyxis of Pandemonium, Trading Post, or Ring of Three Wishes) and enchantments (Banishing Light, Nyx-Fleece Ram, or Ordeal of Thassa) back from graveyard to cast over and over again.

Of course another idea is to use Hanna, Ship's Navigator in as just a "normal" card in your commander deck, allowing you to abuse spicier targets from other colors like Baleful Strix.

Commander decks which utilize Hanna, Ship's Navigator are vulnerable to graveyard hate such as Rest in Peace, Rakdos Charm, Deathrite Shaman, and Scavenging Ooze.

Because of its popularity in Commander, the scarcity of being a judge foil, and sexy new artwork by Terese Nielsen, you can expect the new alternate art premium DCI foil Hanna, Ship's Navigator will fetch a premium penny on the secondary market.

We can't wait to trade for one, can you?

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