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'Journey Into Nyx' preview week: 'Temple of Epiphany'

The temple will be one of the most sought after cards in all of Nyx.
Wizards of the Coast

Welcome to night three of the "Journey Into Nyx" previews on There is no particular order to the previews on the "Magic: The Gathering" site and there is no particular order here as well. With that in mind, here is the next card:

Temple of Epiphany - Rare - Land - Temple of Epiphany enters the battlefield tapped. When Temple of Epiphany enters the battlefield, scry 1. Tap: Add U or R to your mana pool.

When the first scry land was revealed in the Theros block it was expected that all of the color combinations would be printed. What was uncertain was the order in which they were printed. However, we have finally reached the end and the UR scry land has made its debut.

Out of all the lands, this one has been highly anticipated for many reasons. One of those reasons is thanks to the Modern format. With the increase in popularity in Storm combo in the Modern format, having a land that would help "fix" the top of your deck would be much appreciated. Even better, the land is in the same colors as the deck.

In addition to the introduction of "Keranos, God of Storms," the "Temple of Epiphany," as of right now, will be one of the most sought after cards in "Journey Into Nyx." The potential that UR or UWR brings, especially to the Standard format, it extremely high.

"Journey Into Nyx" hits stores on May 2. Prerelease events will be held the weekend of April 26 and 27. It will then be released online May 12. Finally, Game Day events will be held the weekend of May 24 and 25.

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