These are some of my Magic: The Gathering fan expansions I have been working on. You can find more of my sets on mtgsalvation.com.
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A set based on the Shandalar plane that has been used as the setting of many Core Sets in Magic. Shandalar is described as a plane incredibly rich in mana, a feature that is the main focus of this set. Even the commoners on the plane of Shandalar use spells as an everyday convenience, so another theme of the set are activated abilities. Shandalar remains unfinished as of now.
Shandalar: pdf-file // Text versions
An underwater block, where we explore the mythical realm of the deep sea. The block makes use of many underwater fantasy tropes, such as mermaids and sunken treasures. Overworld takes place above the sea, and is a stand-alone draft format with pirates and an adventure theme. Iamur Reimagined is an unfinished remake of the original Iamur, which I created in 2012. Both sets put an emphasis on large minions, with mana ramp bleeding into all colors.
Iamur Reimagined: pdf-file // Text versions
Overworld: pdf-file // Text versions
A block focused on time, taking place on a desert-plane. The block is inspired by Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and has a strong graveyard theme. The three sets are to be drafted together, in reverse order.
Esparand: pdf-file // Text versions
Beginnings: pdf-file // Text versions
Eternity: pdf-file // Text versions
Use of Art
These Magic: The Gathering sets include artworks that are not my own. I do not claim any copyright of these artworks. The artworks were taken from community sites such as deviantart.com and have all been credited to the original artist. As no financial gain is derived from the use of these artworks, and their state is transformative enough, their display should warrant fair use.
Due to the number of artworks used for the cards shown here, mistakes are bound to happen and some artworks will be credited wrongly. I have no desire to offend or infringe upon the rights of any artist. In fact, if I’m using your art it’s because I admire your work. If I made a mistake, contact me and I will remove the artwork in question.