With Innistrad: Double Feature coming to MTGA next week, we’ve got a whole new format on our hands to crack in just a small amount of time! While there are no new cards in Innistrad: Double Feature, mixing the two sets is bound to produce some cool synergies and a new set of rules of engagement to play by.
Today I want to set you up the best I can for this format by looking at the structure of the set, highlighting some of the new synergies, and touching on some cards that might get better or worse when compared to the last time we saw them.
Before we jump into talking about specific cards, I think it’s important to lay the groundwork of how this set is composed and what each pack actually looks like.
This Set is Just Two Sets Mashed Together
Contrary to what many expected when this set was first announced, the cards in Innistrad: Double Feature aren’t made up of a curated card list. Every card that you played in Midnight Hunt and Crimson Vow can be drafted in Double Feature and you’ll see then at roughly the same rate as you’d see them in their original formats.
They’ll even have the same set symbol as the set they came from! Does this mean that there’s a chance you’ll see two Snarling Wolves or Bramble Armors in the same pack? That’s what it sounds like to me!