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Archetype of Imagination from 'Born of the Gods' revealed

Archetype of Imagination from "Born of the Gods"
Wizards of the Coast

Archetype of Imagination is one of the newest "Born of the Gods" spoilers revealed today Jan. 13, 2014 in an article by Kelly Digges on This uncommon blue creature card from Wizards of the Coast's upcoming expert "Magic: The Gathering" expansion set effectively makes all your creatures almost entirely unblockable.

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Archetype of Imagination - 4UU
Enchantment Creature - Human Wizard (Uncommon)
Creatures you control have flying.
Creatures your opponents control lose flying and can't have or gain flying.
"Is it not the embodiment of our aspirations?"
-Prokopios, astronomer of Meletis


Archetype of Imagination grants all your creatures flying and removes flying from all of your opponent's threats. While for the most part that means your creatures will be unblockable, it won't stop your adversary's creatures with reach such as Arbor Colossus, Ruric Thar, the Unbowed, or a creature enchanted by Leafcrown Dryad.

Archetype of Imagination's ability is powerful enough that it may warrant inclusion in decks attempting to abuse Ephara, God of the Polis. With an entire battlefield of creatures Archetype of Imagination is a deadly threat the turn it lands on the table, and you may not even need to attack with it to steal a victory from your enemy.

One place Archetype of Imagination will shine is in limited, where it'll be an absolute bomb.

How will you use Archetype of Imagination?

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