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Magic Singles » Scars of Mirrodin Block
Since the events of Fifth Dawn, Glissa has become corrupted by the Phyrexian taint, which has spread across the plane. New Praetors have risen up, commanding armies of Phyrexians. Karn is nowhere to be found, and has not been seen since his involvement with the time rift over Tolaria. A native planeswalker, Koth, goes to Dominaria to seek help, and finds Elspeth Tirel and Venser; they return with him to Mirrodin.
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It came not in the form of a noble struggle, a fair contest of warriors clashing will against will, but as a wave of unstoppable slaughter. Mirran partisans resisted bravely, using their wits and magic to fend off the onslaught that originated from inside their own world. But their efforts were for naught. Phyrexia is victorious. Mirrodin now goes by a different name: New Phyrexia.
The Phyrexian assault on the metallic plane of Mirrodin intensifies. The Mirran resistance rallies to survive and overcome. Both sides bring the full might of their arsenals to bear. The silver golem Karn has retreated to Mirrodin's Core, being worshipped as the new Father of Machines. When Phyrexia grows upon Mirrodin, Karn is trapped in his own mind, battling between himself and the role the Phyrexians are trying to force upon him.
The metal plane of Mirrodin shines under the light of five suns ... but it’s now tarnished by the deadly scourge known as Phyrexia. Besides the Mirran-Phyrexian conflict, the story also revolves around several planeswalkers. Elspeth Tirel returns while a new planeswalker by the name of Koth, a native to Mirrodin, Venser and Tezzeret.