Planeswalker Chase

Posted in Feature on November 19, 2009

By Wizards of the Coast

A Planeswalker has escaped from Worldwake and we need your help!

This Planeswalker has left clues scattered all around Earth—our plane!—in the form of pieces of his or her own Planeswalker card from Worldwake hidden in eight different WPN locations. Beginning Monday, December 14 and continuing for four days, we will post the latitude and longitude of two of the pieces each day. We encourage you to seek out the piece of the card and participate in the global jigsaw puzzle to put the card back together. Together, we can track down this Planeswalker!

Be sure to return every day starting Monday, December 14 and see if that day's pieces might be hidden in your neighborhood. And on Friday, 12/18 get together at your local WPN location and discuss the results (and, if all goes well, the complete Worldwake card) at Friday Night Magic. Good luck. Now go get that Planeswalker!

Today we reveal the first two of the eight locations of the Planeswalker's trail. We know that the Planeswalker has left two pieces of a Worldwake card in two separate WPN locations. Here are the coordinates:

#1 30.324743 Lat, -97.743041 Long
#2 50.848563 Lat, 4.365096 Long

Come back tomorrow to see the pieces that were found and get tomorrow's location coordinates. Happy hunting.


Today we reveal the next two of the eight locations of the Planeswalker's trail. Remember,the Planeswalker has left two pieces of a Worldwake card in two separate WPN locations. Also, we will reveal the first pieces that have been found.

Yesterday pieces were found in Austin, TX, USA by Jim Hughes and Brussels, Belgium by Xavier De Roeck.

Here are the new coordinates, Remember, they're in WPN locations:

#3 47.784330 Lat, -122.344838 Long
#4 -33.883923 Lat, 151.202688 Long

Come back tomorrow to see the pieces that were found and get tomorrow's location coordinates. Happy hunting.


Today we reveal the next two of the eight locations of the Planeswalker's trail. Remember,the Planeswalker has left two pieces of a Worldwake card in two separate WPN locations. Also, we will reveal the first pieces that have been found.

Yesterday pieces were found in Hornsby, NSW, Australia by Neale Talbot and Seattle, WA USA by Steven Stadnicki.

Here are the new coordinates, Remember, they're in WPN locations:

#5 35.694685 Lat, 139.699069 Long
#6 28.046919 Lat, -82.393963 Long

Come back tomorrow to see the pieces that were found and get tomorrow's location coordinates. Happy hunting.


Today we reveal the next two of the eight locations of the Planeswalker's trail. Remember,the Planeswalker has left two pieces of a Worldwake card in two separate WPN locations. Also, we will reveal the first pieces that have been found.

Yesterday pieces were found in Tokyo, Japan by Manabu Shigezumi and Tampa, Florida, USA by Daniel E. Benoit.

Here are the new coordinates, Remember, they're in WPN locations:

#7 43.659293 Lat, -79.382175 Long
#8 33.976243 Lat, -117.464489 Long

Come back tomorrow to see the pieces that were found and get tomorrow's location coordinates. Happy hunting.


The Planeswalker has been found! The final pieces of the puzzle were found in Toronto, Ontario, Canada by John Paul Johnson and Corona, California, USA by Justin Phillips.


Thank you for participating in the hunt. Discuss this card and more at your local WPN location tonight at Friday Night Magic. And more Worldwake previews are coming to magicthegathering.com, starting on January 13!

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