Mana Confluence is one of the newest "Magic: The Gathering" cards from Wizards of the Coast's upcoming expert expansion set "Journey Into Nyx"spoiled today April 11, 2014 in an article by Louis-Scott Vargas on DailyMtg.com This rare land can tap for any color of mana, making your multicolored deck dreams come true.
Tap, Pay 1 life: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.
Five rivers encircle Theros, flowing with waters more ancient than the world itself.
There aren't too many lands that add mana of any color to your mana pool without some sort of significant drawback. Cavern of Souls could only be used on creatures of a specific type. Command Tower and Opal Palace can only be used in the commander format. The closest comparison we have is City of Brass, which deals you damage when tapped. Unlike City of brass through, the loss of life from Mana Confluence cannot be prevented.
While two color decks are better off employing shocklands, for players who're looking to create a three, four, or five colored deck Mana Confluence will allow you to cast any of your spells. The one life is a small price to pay for not being color-screwed and we're confident that Mana Confluence will see both competitive and casual play in a myriad of decks, perhaps even yours.
How will you use Mana Confluence?
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