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The Last Two Kaladesh Inventions Revealed!

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We now know the final two Inventions to be featured in Aether Revolt! The pair showed up on Reddit yesterday. Feast your eyes on Planar Bridge and Paradox Engine!

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As of now we don't have scans of the set versions, though it's fair to assume that these cards will be featured in regular versions in Aether Revolt. I would also wager that both are mythics giving how unique the effects are.

Both cards are likely shoe-ins for Commander play, which will inflate the value of these Inventions, though Planar Bridge doesn't have the makings of a tournament staple. I can imagine Paradox Engine doing busted things with artifact and creature mana, though at five mana it's far from a guarantee. I'm not terribly excited for the set versions, though these are likely to be two sought-after Inventions.

Ryan Overturf

Ryan has been playing Magic since Legions and playing competitively since Lorwyn. While he fancies himself a Legacy specialist, you'll always find him with strong opinions on every constructed format.

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