Wizards of the Coast has already revealed some interesting Magic: The Gathering cards from Commander 2019 including a card that can reverse the game's order, a legendary creature that makes eggs, and a basic land cycle that forms a panorama. Today, another card was revealed and it does something that black doesn't usually do: get rid of enchantments, and it's called "Mire in Misery". Check it out:
Magic Head Designer Mark Rosewater has been hinting this black enchantment removal card and now, he's taken it to his Blogatog to explain why they made a black card that could force the opponent to sacrifice an enchantment after a fan asked him to what extent of enchantment removal in black. Rosewater explained:
While we've seen black cards before that make your opponent sacrifice a permanent or remove all the copies of a particular card from an opponent's deck, it's still unusual to see a black card that can remove an Enchantment. Usually, white or green cards do that job, so "Mire of Misery" can be a useful card to get rid of your opponents' Enchantments if you're not running green or white.
Magic: The Gathering Commander (2019