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Cyril van der Haegen’s art first appeared in the original Ravnica block and he has since contributed many memorable pieces to the game. From close up character pieces to landscapes, and from bright colours to dark, his work has been varied but always great to look at on the card. Sadly we don’t see many new cards from Cyril as he has been battling cancer for the past few years. Good luck and strength Cyril.
Circu, Dimir Lobotomist
In the first Ravnica block the Dimir guild was thought extinct by everyone else, and that’s the way the Dimir liked it. If you got too close you could find yourself coming to the attention of Circu, who would ensure you forgot ever encountering him or other Dimir agents.
Another piece from Ravnica, and one of my favourites from the set. An elf offers guidance down some darkened streets, but can he be trusted?
From a darkened street to a sunlit glade, the colours and general brightness of this card always catch the eye.
Sigil of the Empty Throne
A fancy throne floats through the sky. Because Magic.
This little goblin will vex your opponent, allowing you to counter their spells, for a price of course.
View all cards illustrated by Cyril van ger Haegen here.