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Innistrad, first of its own block with a classic horror theme, is welcomed as one of the funniest sets so far. Bringing many new abilities with it, the transform cards are most appreciated among all. Transform abilities made the card, mostly creatures into another one displayed on the back. Like in a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde situation, humans are usually transformed into werewolves, but there are some exceptions. One of these exceptions is Delver of Secrets.


The blue common is a humble 1/1 for one, but if in your upkeep you reveal a sorcery or instant, it becomes a fierce 3/2 flier, abused by many blue decks in many formats, as it is basically a large beater for just one mana. But Delver is not the only card that made an impact on many tournament levels, as planeswalker Liliana of The Veil, Snapcaster Mage and Geist of Saint Traft are well known superstars.


The black planeswalker is the best one of its colour and one of the strongest ever printed along with Jace, the Mind Sculptor. Cheap and with three strong abilities, it makes an appearance in most of the decks with black. Snapcaster Mage is a control thing, a flash creature that gives flashback to any one target spells when it enters in play, from Cryptic Commands to Remands. Geist of Saint Traft is a Hexproof 2/2 that makes a 4/4 flier when it is attacking - basically a 3 mana 6/6 that cannot be removed.

Among these, other cards were still good to be played mostly in standard and Modern: the enemy colours lands, the ability lands like Desolated Lighthouse, Gavony Township and Kessig Wolf Run, the legendary vampire Olivia Voldaren, a plague of every creature deck and other less famous but effective sideboard cards like Stony Silence and Nevermore, and Stromkirk Noble, the red deck one drop of choice.

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