Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. Over the course of this, she deals with her emotions towards others, her mother, Nissa who she has some feelings for, and ultimately trying to keep her rage in check. Story wise, after Zendikar is also when the lore had some massive shifts. The Jace Beleren card ended up seeing a good amount of play in Standard. A diverse community of players devoted to Magic: the Gathering, a trading card game ("TCG") produced by Wizards of the Coast and originally designed by Richard Garfield. Chandra did this by saving the rest of the Gatewatch from Ob Nixilis clutches, and incinerating Ulamog and Kozelik. It had reached upwards of 30 dollars at its peak, and still maintains an admirable 15 USD price tag. But, a ghost fire spell from Chandra, defeats the dragon opening the door, and letting Chandra planeswalk away. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Namely for Chandra, her family in Purifying Fire were much more restrictive with her, while Origins made her be from the big city of Ghirapur with loving rebel parents. At this point, November 2008, the only lore about Chandra and Jace available were from a few webcomics. Much later, in the webcomic Awakenings, Jace and Chandra arrive at the Eye at almost the same time. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping options. These were originally intended for the May set of Future Sight. Likewise Sorin Markov sees play in a multitude of control variants, with a price around 15 USD. It was released on November 7, 2008, with an MSRP US$19.99.[2][3]. Chandra early on was able to showcase a new technique with her fire to make glass out of sand, showing her quick thinking skills. On January 27th 2009, the first Planeswalker novel, Agents of Artifice, was published. The foil Jace is probably the most beautiful card I've ever seen. She also has internal struggles when she worries over Gideon, and constantly thinks about Nissa, which results in her confessing her love for Nissa. This resulted in some small retcons with Jace and Chandra’s backstories but mostly for beneficial reasons. The other, probably due to years of work. Jace vs. Chandra features two cards with alternate art and holographic foil treatment; Jace Beleren and Chandra Nalaar. The rares in this deck are Jace Beleren (holographic foil), Ancestral Vision, Guile, and Quicksilver Dragon. It is later revealed that the scroll leads to the Eye of Ugin on Zendikar. He travels to Sea Gate to report to a sage about the events of Awakening and the Eldrazi. Yeah, trying to decide if its worth it to purchase. The art on both of those cards is fantastic, buy em'. I wanted the Japanese lands in addition to the Anime walkers. Later there was a release of the Japanese Jace vs Chandra anime arts on December 3rd 2010. She then travells with Anowon towards the eye, then is saved by Sarkhan the Mad. It would go on in its reprints to be part of many Ux control decks and the infamous Caw-Blade decks. Both Jace and Chandra’s primary arcs involve them trying to make right by having opened the Eye in the first place. The story starts with a rewrite of Chandra’s fight against Jace for the scroll, causing. That wraps up their lore history and card history, but what else is there? While the comic was great in flavor, the Zendikar set itself did not do much to showcase her. And now to Zendikar block. If you are asking if you should buy: sure, why not? This version of Jace vs. Chandra is a JAPANESE LANGUAGE ONLY reissue of the popular Duel Deck. This was when Jace, the Mind Sculptor, a card of no small renown, first appeared. This time, however, they team up and us… In comparison, Nissa Revane saw play within Elf decks in multiple formats, maintaining a price between 8 and 13 USD. Jace does this by returning to the Eye of Ugin and learning from the Spirit Dragon what they were dealing with, assisting Nissa with her Leyline magic, and keeping the team focused on their plan. Jace then gets featured in the first chapter of Enter the Eldrazi,. In October of 2007, the set of Lorywn introduced the first five planeswalker cards. Articles, Podcasts, Videos, and Brews for All Things Magic The Gathering. In regards to Jace and Chandra’s cards, it’s too early to see how well they will perform over time, but Chandra, Fire Artisan is already in the hundreds of top 8 appearances, and Jace, Wielder of Mysteries is seeing some results. Jace gets to explore Innistrad at Ugin’s request to find Sorin Markov, discovering the plot of Emrakul rising, and witnessing with Tamiyo the unravelling of Avacyn. Jace vs. Chandra contains two preconstructed theme decks, one centered around Jace Beleren and the other around Chandra Nalaar, featuring cards from the previous 15 years of Magic. The story ends with Chandra, after destroying an entire order, leaving to go to Zendikar, the plane the scroll described. Jace Beleren and Chandra Nalaar were among the first five planeswalkers. This time, however, they team up and use the spell Ghostfire to defeat Sarkhan Vol.[10]. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), The Coming Storm Review Part 1: June and July, From a Kindly Stranger, To a Demon-Possessed Witch, Wrenn and Six X-Factor: An Oathbreaker Brew, War of the Spark: Details you May have Missed, Feather, The Fallen Angel of Boros: Part 2, Feather, The Fallen Angel of Boros: Part 1, One Bird, Two Bird, Red Bird, Blue Bird – Part 1, Rarewalkers, the Fixed Planeswalker Design Part 2, Rarewalkers, the Fixed Planeswalker Design Part 1. Thank you so much for reading. Furthermore, the set includes another four cards with alternate art, each depicting either Jace or Chandra; Counterspell, Fact or Fiction, Incinerate, and Seal of Fire.[4]. But he also harbors a sense of responsibility due to the deeds he’s done. Later on Chandra assists in saving Samut, then her and Jace with the rest of the Gatewatch deal with defeating Razaketh, saving the citizens of the plane, and getting defeated by Nicol Bolas. The rares in this deck are Chandra Nalaar (holographic foil), Demonfire, Hostility, and Rakdos Pit Dragon. Chandra, Torch of Defiance was a massively powerful card in its Standard meta, fitting into more decks than any of her other walker cards ever had while also still maintaining play in Modern and Legacy.