Wizards of the Coast
Modern Horizons, the upcoming straight-to-Modern Magic: The Gathering set, promises to feature new cards and reprints not yet legal on the Modern format. With only two cards from the set revealed so far, fans are already speculating what cards will be made legal for Modern but according to Magic head designer Mark Rosewater, Modern Horizons won't have any double-faced cards.
When asked by a fan about the possibility of seeing double-faced cards in Modern Horizons, Rosewater replied on his Blogatog, "There are no double-faced cards in Modern Horizons. It’s tricky to do then in supplemental sets."
That makes sense since they're only reprinting cards that are not Modern legal yet, and there are no double-faced cards that are not legal in Modern now. If Wizards of the Coast decides to create new double-faced cards, they probably would rather print them in a Standard-legal set instead of including them in the first straight-to-Modern set. While some fans of double-faced cards may be upset with Rosewater's confirmation, Rosewater recently explained why you should be excited for Modern Horizons.
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