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New Mechanic: Saga Cards
The Dominaria set introduces a new kind of enchantment: Sagas. Each Saga tells the story of a key event from the past as it unfolds during each of your turns.
Major Theme: Legendary Permanents
Legendary characters new and old have risen to prominence across the plane. In every Dominaria booster pack, you'll find at least one legendary creature. Beyond just creatures, the set also features a significant number of other legendary cards.
New Mechanic: Legendary Sorceries
Dominaria debuts legendary sorcery cards that capture extraordinary moments from our characters' pasts. These powerful spells can be unleashed only with the assistance of a legendary creature or planeswalker on your side of the battlefield.
New Term: Historic
If you look at this set's Saga cards, legendary cards, and artifact cards, you'll see a broad swath of Dominaria's extensive and mysterious history. Some cards celebrate the plane's storied past by rewarding you for playing these historic cards. Historic is a game term that refers to a card that has the legendary supertype, the artifact card type, or the Saga enchantment type.
Returning Keyword: Kicker
Kicker is a returning keyword that lets you pay a little more to give your spells some "oomph."
Rules Change: Damage Can't Be Redirected to Planeswalkers
Previously, you could redirect noncombat damage that a source you control would deal to an opponent, having that source instead deal that damage to one of their planeswalkers. With the release of the Dominaria set, this rule is being removed from the game. A large number of cards that dealt a certain amount of damage to "target player" are receiving errata using the following guidelines:
* Abilities that read "target creature or player" have been changed to "any target."
* Abilities that read "target player" have been changed to "target player or planeswalker." However, if the amount of damage is calculated by using information about that player or objects they control, the ability remains unchanged and can now damage only the player.
* Abilities that read "target opponent" have been changed to "target opponent or planeswalker" with the same exception listed above. These spells and abilities can target a planeswalker you control.
Abilities that deal damage but don't call for a target haven't received errata, with one exception (Vial Smasher the Fierce).
In addition to these changes, a small number of other cards that modify damage are affected. Notably, effects that prevent damage that would be dealt to a target have received errata under the above guidelines.
New Terms: Various Nonfunctional Changes
Also starting with the Dominaria set, several minor changes have been made to Magic's general terminology. These changes are stylistic and convey no change in functionality.
The phrase "mana pool" has been removed from card text. The concept continues to exist in the game rules. If a player is instructed to add an amount of mana, that player adds that mana to their mana pool.
Cycle: "Check Lands"
The Dominaria set features a cycle of enemy-color dual lands to help you make sure you always have the mana that you need. These cards were first printed in the Innistrad set, and their allied counterparts were recently printed in the Ixalan set.
The Dominaria set contains 269 cards (20 basic land, 101 common, 80 uncommon, 53 rare, and 15 mythic rare) that appear in booster packs, plus 10 cards available only in Dominaria Planeswalker Decks and 1 unique promotional card (available as part of the Dominaria in-store Buy-a-Box promotion).