Wizards of the Coast right now introduced the 22 October launch of its all new My Little Pony crossover card set. Y’all! Princess Twilight Sparkle is coming to M:tG!
Ahem. The three-card, silver-bordered set will likely be featured alongside facet a My Little Pony-themed play mat and 4 particular card sleeves. It’s solely out there from 22 October by 5 November – whereas provides final – on Hasbro‘s Pulse website.
The playing cards (clearly not event authorized) pay homage to the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic collection, whose upcoming finale will mark the tip of an period in Pony canon. Critically, don’t sleep on My Little Pony, it’s the Robotech of friendship.
The three playing cards characteristic the aforementioned Princess Twilight Sparkle (how is that this not a Planeswalker card?), a double-sided card that includes Nightmare Moon and her Princess Luna alter-ego, and Rarity.
Should you have a look at Princess Twilight Sparkle’s motion textual content you’ll discover point out of Applejack, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Sprint, and probably Fluttershy. IGN tried to pin down Wizards to see if that meant the corporate deliberate on releasing a full Pony set sooner or later… however the firm stayed mum on the topic. Right here’s hoping a full set pans out.
I’m undecided there’s something cuter than “Ponies: the Galloping,” as Hasbro‘s calling the crossover, however the very best half about the entire occasion is that each one the proceeds go to charity.
Whereas $50 may seem to be a bit a lot for a trio of M:tG playing cards, some sleeves, and a play mat, 100 p.c of the online income go to Extra Life, a charity that helps the Youngsters’s Miracle Community Hospital.
If three ponies aren’t sufficient to sate your want to destroy enemy Planeswalkers with the magic of friendship, try this mind-boggling github repository that includes greater than 11,000 fan-made My Little Pony playing cards for Magic: the Gathering. You’re welcome.