By Doug Beyer
As soon as upon a time, the aircraft of Alara used to be shattered into 5 planes, each one quite populated with relative mono-magical tradition that displays all of the 5 colours. Now, the planes are commencing to realign and merge as soon as more.
As nefarious forces paintings to hasten the cataclysmic realignment for his or her personal achieve, the populations of as soon as ordered planes fight to return to phrases with a brand new planar order within which lengthy separated struggles among contrary conflict once again; martyrs face executioners, hearth and water, earth and air, progress and rot, the innate as opposed to the artificial.
Amid this chaos, Ajani, a fierce leonin planeswalker, struggles to carry justice and backbone to his brother's demise. Noble warrior Rafiq searches for the resource of the of this evil that has invaded his global. And Sarkhan Vol, planeswalker and dragon hunter, faucets right into a energy so natural and old, it threatens to eat him at the same time he revels in its unadulterated totality.
An motion packed tale from the brain of 1 of the creators, Doug Beyer opens up the Shards of Alara(TM) set like not anyone else can.
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