Every set nowadays comes with some kind of “special” art treatment. That’s happened so many times, that while it does feel kinda cool, you rarely get that wow factor. However, that’s not the case with the Oil Slick Raised Foils, which truly look unique. In this article, we’ll take a look at all of them, and talk about how you can get these.
Oil Slick Raised Foils – List
There will be 25 different cards with the Phyrexian Oil treatment. Twenty of them are mythics, and 5 of them are basic lands.
Oil Slick Raised Foils – Mythics
Here are the 20 mythics that appear with oil slick raised foil treatment:
Once more cards become previewed, we’ll update the article with them, so make sure to come back soon. It’s very likely that the five of these will be filled by the Compleated planeswalkers, which you can find in the Phyrexia: All Will Be One spoilers article.
Oil Slick Raised Foils – Basic Lands
Each basic land type (except for Wastes) gets the Phyrexian oil version. They all have black and gray background with various details. There’s a nice contrast between the background and the mana symbol, which really pops out. The names are written in Phyrexian, which fits the card perfectly.
Oil Slick Raised Foils – FAQ
Here are some frequently asked questions that players have about these amazing cards. If your question isn’t answered, leave a comment below, and we’ll get back to you ASAP.
20 mythics and 5 basics lands, so 25 different cards total.
As far as we know currently, they’re only available in the Compleated Booster, which can be found in the Phyrexia Bundle: Compleat Edition.
Oil Slick Raised Foils are cards that have a new special foil treatment, introduced with Phyrexia: All Will Be One. The foiling looks deep and glistening. The main goal was to make the cards look like they have been contaminated with Phyrexian oil.
As of writing this article, the most popular Oil Slick Raised Foils seem to be:
1. Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines
2. Mondrak, Glory Dominus
3. Sword of Forge and Frontier
Of course, this could all change in the upcoming weeks.
How Do Oil Slick Raised Foils Look in Real Life?
The images above don’t really give the cards justice. Even the ones that we’ll show here don’t come quite close to it, but nevertheless, you’ll have a better idea of what to expect. First up, here’s the newest Elesh Norn.
Next up, the five basic lands:
As you can see, the cards really have that shinny oily look. As we’ve mentioned before, there have been many different card treatments, but these really stand out. Whether if you’re a collector or if you want to pimp out your Phyrexian-themed deck, these are great cards to get.
Compleat Edition Bundle
This bundle comes with 12 Set boosters, 1 Compleated booster, a promo card, and some additional accessories. You can find more about the Compleat Edition Bundle contents here. In that article, we also discussed whether this is a worthwhile product or not.
Anyway, the Compleat booster contains 2 of the 20 mythics that we talked about above, and 10 basic lands – 2 of each one. It looks like these cards will be pretty hard to get, and might fetch a nice premium.
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Until next time, have fun, and may you open your favorite oil-foil, on your first try.