Wizards Of The Coast Announce Next Un- Deck With Unfinity!

December 1, 2021 by fcostin

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Magic: The Gathering players may have then hands deep in Crimson Vow decks right now, but the fourth instalment of the Un- series is on the Horizon, with Unfinity coming in April 2022.

Unfinity - Image One

Unfinity Artwork // Myra The Magnificent's Intergalactic Astrotorium of Fun

Every so often, a fancy new deck with the prefix ‘un-’ arrives from Wizards of the Coast. Taking an experimental approach to decks and a lighthearted yet magical theme to the artwork and world surrounding. I could not quite stop laughing at Space-Beyonce in the front there in her Single Ladies pose, but that is what this set is supposed to bring: smiles, laughter and general happy vibes.

Coming April 2022, Unfinity is making its way over to the tabletop - with promises from Lead Designer, Mark Rosewater, that the new set has been looked out with a different approach - top-down. As players head off into the absurd and quirky sci-fi environment of the next instalment of the series.

Unfinity - Image Three

Unfinity Artwork // Myra The Magnificent's Intergalactic Astrotorium of Fun

Looking at a mish-mash of different characters screaming with backstory, we are taken to what seems to be a retro-looking space-circus, home to many a passer-by and explorer for pure entertainment to the Myra The Magnificent's Intergalactic Astrotorium of Fun.

Magic: The Gathering's Unfinity set releases April 1, 2022. Promising much hilarity, fun on the amusements and some zany creatures to meet at the unique park.

Given the wacky artwork, the bright colours, and a psychotic and crazy deck to mess around with. This may be my next MTG deck to pick up and play around with.

Are you interested in looking at the upcoming quirky set for Magic: The Gathering?

Edit: I have just noticed that there is a smiling T-Rex at the back wearing a baseball cap. Hope he can fit on all the rides! 

"I could not quite stop laughing at Space-Beyonce in the front there, but that is what this set is supposed to bring: smiles, laughter and general happy vibes..."

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