Phyrexia: All Will Be One Full-Art Basic Lands List

Full-art basics now appear in basically (pun intended) every set, and feel less special than they used to. However, Phyrexia full-art basic lands come with a very special twist – there’s a whole cycle of them in Phyrexian language! This will certainly make them stand out.

In this article, you’ll find all Phyrexia full-art basic lands, in all their glory. In the second part of the article, we’ll also talk about where you can get them.

Phyrexia Full-Art Basic Lands: Regular

We’re starting with the “regular” full-art basic lands. These are absolutely stunning, which is what you’d expect from the amazing Alayna Danner. On each land you’ll find the Phyrexian symbol.

These also have a bit different design in than usual. The mana symbol on the bottom is now on the left instead in the middle.

Forest Phyrexia Full Art Basic Lands List

Phyrexia Full-Art Basic Lands: Phyrexian Language

The next five lands are the work of Mark Riddick. We’re sure you’d agree that these lands are extraordinary. The font on these is the rarely used Phyrexian, and it pairs really nicely with this distinct art style.

Another great thing about these lands is that the mana symbols are clearly visible, and the colors stand out enough, that these aren’t hard to tell apart from across the table.

Forest Phyrexia All Will Be One Basic Lands Phyrexianized

Where to Get Phyrexia Full-Art Basic Lands?

All of these lands can be found in the following Phyrexia: All Will Be One products:

Exact numbers and odds aren’t known yet. When this information becomes available, we’ll update the article with it.

Oil Basic Lands

Finally, there are also the following basic lands, which have the special art treatment called Oil Slick Raised Foils.

Phyrexia Full Art Basic Lands Oil Compleat Bundle

We didn’t talk about them above, as they are kinda their own special thing. They’re only available in the Compleat Edition booster, which can be found in the Phyrexia Bundle: Compleat Edition.

You can learn more about the Oil Slick Raised Foils here.

Conclusion

Anyway, that’s all about the full-art Phyrexian basic lands. Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

If you want to find out more about other cards in the set, check the Phyrexia: All Will Be One spoilers. Commander fans might also want to read more about Phyrexia Commander precons.

Until next time, have fun, and may you open lots of your favorite basics from Phyrexia.

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