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Cards with Transform Ability

Updated on April 6, 2013

List of Double Faced Magic the Gathering Cards

Here you will find all the Double Faced cards released for Magic the Gathering to date. Cards with the ability to transform was first introduced in the Innistrad expansion and more turn over cards were added with Dark Ascension.

The ability is one of the more creative ones added to MTG in recent years and has already seen quite a lot of play with both Delver of Secrets and Huntmaster of the Fell being very popular in the Pro Tour.

Read on to find the best two faced cards in MTG.

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Multi Colored Double Faced MTG cards

Magic: the Gathering - Huntmaster of the Fells // Ravager of the Fells (140) - Dark Ascension
Magic: the Gathering - Huntmaster of the Fells // Ravager of the Fells (140) - Dark Ascension

Huntmaster of the Fells is the only multi colored card in MTG currently that has the ability to transform.

The huntsmaster is part of the recent Dark Ascension expansion and one of the cards that made up the cornerstone of Kiblers pro tour winning deck.


Hoping for more double faced cards in the next MTG expansion?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I'd just like to see a red card that isn't a werewolf. Having them all transform in the exact same way is just straight up laziness

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      josh-needham3 4 years ago

      I would love to see more werewolves because there awesome and even a werepyre (werewolf/vampire hybrid) because thats the only thing that is missing it would be a new level of epicness.

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      Mistl 5 years ago

      @anonymous: If we ever get another "un-" expansion, maybe they will include a double faced Elvis. ;)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I want a powerful blue that dosnt have anything to do with thes subjects, somthing like Elvis