Islands of the Oversky: Wisplight Falls

Enter Wisplight Falls, the third island in the Oversky, today!

The Adventure Pouch is open, and the third island of the Oversky is now available.

Wisplight Falls

Enter Wisplight Falls and discover the secrets of the elemental spirits with the help of Sir Yakkinton!

Wisplight falls contains the following new cards:

Two previously unrevealed cards are included in this set:

  • Fugoro, Merchant of Wonders
  • Finally, Fugoro and his powerful treasures are at your disposal. His arsenal includes a selection of three powerful artifacts from Pandora, including the newly introduced Ulani’s Medallion.
  • Leaping Fugu
  • This powerful pufferfish leaps through the air with the greatest of ease. Reach 8 special lands and watch it grow to formidable size.

Balance Patch

If you haven’t already, make sure to check out the changes to Frog Tosser and Wild Growth from yesterday’s balance patch. We continue to keep a close eye on the gameplay landscape.

##Questions about the Adventure Pouch or the Oversky?

##Explorer’s Glade and Ulani’s Realm overview

Aquablad has put together a general overview of the cards from the first two islands here:

Pirate’s Aerie

The next Oversky island, Pirate’s Aerie, releases next Tuesday, along with 8 more cards!

  • The Faeria Team

Woot time to get some more cards :smile:

I feel monocolor decks get left a bit behind now, for some reason…

I don’t know if that’s true and I don’t have time to test that until the weekend, but…

Looks like every island after the first island includes at least one new mono color card. Pirates Aerie has Manta rider, This one has Seed of Paradise and Leaping Fugu, The last one had Rakoan reveler and gift of Rakoa. So there are a few and I’m sure there will be more. And don’t forget that Mono colors can still utilize cards that just have wild requirements!

True, but all mono-color cards currently introduced work better in multicolor.

Seed of Paradise is meh unless you want to use more than just Forest, and Leaping Fugu needs land ramp (which incites green and/or Three Wishes to join the party).

The Rakoan Reveler is indeed great with monored, but again works better with Path to Paradise or shenanigans with the Rakoan Chieftain, inclining to multicolor decks. Gift of Rakoa I feel is also more at home in multicolor decks, but I may be wrong.