We've got four new Documented cards for you today. Our collection of some of history's most influential books, dossiers, leaflets and maps gains a new vessel for information - a column! And not the sort you find in newspapers, written by (ten paragraphs of vicious invective about the state of modern celebrity journalism deleted - Ed.)
Sorry, went off on one there. By column, I mean a literal column. The Code of Hammurabi, one of the oldest surviving legal documents known to humans, lays down the law for living in the First Dynasty of Babylon by inscribing it onto a column of basalt - certainly one way to make people listen to your rules. In CUE, it'll reduce the Energy cost of your other Documented cards - maybe it's the keystone the collection needs to put it up into the higher tiers?
We've also got the Codex Leicester, Leonardo da Vinci's notebook which was purchased at auction by Bill Gates for - checks notes - infinity bajillion kazillion dollars, roughly. The card will reduce the Energy cost of your cards with "Da Vinci" in the name, every turn while it remains in your hand. I expect Da Vinci's Aerial Screw to be in a meta deck by Sunday.
Don't forget, you can get Magna Carta from the Documented Packs too - it's pretty good in this League, ngl...
Finally, a note about tomorrow's Rainbow Pack. We listened to everyone's feedback last week, and have made a couple of format changes that we hope will make it a more exciting pack to open:- It now costs 100 Gems.- Where before you would only get Limited cards from the two featured albums, now the cards from any of the other five albums can be Limited too.