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Expedition lands appeared in the second Zendikar set, and they return again for Zendikar Rising. The expedition lands are 30 sought-after lands from across the game. They are very difficult to get hold of, and tend to command a high price.
Unlike the previous visit these expedition lands can be found in both foil and non-foil versions. This change suits me as I do not care for foils. Here are five of my faovurites.
Horizon Canopy by Alayna Danner
Another magical vista from Alayna Danner, who is fast becoming one of my favourite newer artists to illustrate for Magic.
Wasteland by Adam Paquette
Adam Paquette’s take on this classic old land is now my favourite, visually speaking.
Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle by Kieran Yanner
This land can deal damage to your opponents under certain conditions, representing its frequent eruptions.
Morphic Pool by Steven Belledin
Morphic Pool is part of a series of lands released only once so far. Its a favourite among players who mainly play multiplayer Magic -like me. I already have a playset (money well spent!) but this one still tempts me.
Sea of Clouds by Sam Burley
I’ve always enjoyed looking down on clouds from the comfort of an airplane seat, and this kind of view is replicated for me here. This Magic though, so the view now included floating rocks and hardy adventurers!