These days Wizards of the Coast is putting out an amazing amount of products for each of their sets. Here at The Bag of Loot, we’ve put together a little guide to see what’s going to be available this summer in Core Set 2021. Spend some time and take a look!
Core 2021 Draft Boosters come in booster boxes of 36 packs.
Familiarize yourself with the basic rules of Magic: The Gathering and the game’s most iconic mages, the Planeswalkers! These ready-to-play Planeswalker decks are a fantastic way to start your journey into the wonderful world of Magic.
A sweet package with more value than buying the boosters individually but not as expensive as a booster box. These bundles make a great gift for those loved ones that you know are into Magic and could use a couple of cards from the latest Core Set!
You’ll get to see these during the prerelease as you compete in the Sealed format against other Magic fans. They’ll be available for preorder and purchase both before and after the prerelease as well. Everyone will be able to enjoy these special prerelease packs (including date-stamped promo rares!) even if they miss the prerelease or decide they’d rather stay at home to play a prerelease event with just a couple friends and family.
Prerelease Packs will be shipped 18 packs per case.
Made for the collectors and those that want improved access to special (foil, showcase, borderless, etc.) versions of the cards, these special Collector Booster packs will carry a higher price but will also contain more valuable content.
Core 2021 Collector Boosters come in displays of 12 packs.
Well, you won’t be able to buy these but you will surely see them if you come down to Three Kings Loot for one of our weekly events. Participation in our events will earn yourself a shiny new card from one of these promo packs. Everyone’s guaranteed to get one, with the winners of the events getting the first pick of the goodies.
A booster for new players that will include 10 cards selected by Wizards of the Coast, including some powerful rares. We will be handing these out to new players for each set (with the 10 cards being different each time) and it will give them a nice starting point for their journey into Magic.
We hope this breakdown was helpful for you and we can’t wait to enjoy this very exciting and powerful-looking Core Set with you all. Until next time!
Introducing the new Clash Pack with the M15 Core Set. Similar to the Event Decks, but not replacing it. Alternating between each sets, so Event decks will be back for the set after M15. It contains two sixty-card decks designed to be played against each other. Perfect for introducing friends to playing Magic. It comes with instructions to combine the cards to make one deck sort of like an Event deck. And it also comes with six premium foil cards with alternative art.
- Two ready-to-play sixty-card decks
- Six premium cards with alternative art
- Deck box
- Strategy insert
- Magic rules reference card
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I’m excited about the new FNM promo for February, the new art is beautiful. I’m not sure which one I prefer, but I like the cross between the elven mystic and native shamanism. I think the plant growing in his hand is more appropriate then the random green energy. Both artwork are great, but I’m sure a lot of people will be looking forward to this promo foil.
Friday night Magic promos are usually given out randomly or as prizes in all participating gaming stores. To participate, stores must regularly have magic tournaments such as FNM and registered with Wizards of the Coast. Each stores gets allocated a certain amount of promos depending on participation and other factors.