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Avatar Gregoire Thibault - June 18, 2020

Jumpstart – MTG Release Notes

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Jumpstart Logo provided by Wizards of the Coast

Getting the Jump on Jumpstart

Jumpstart is an all-new way to play Magic: The Gathering. The elegant concept is perfect for players both new and old that can’t wait to start casting their spells. All you have to do is take two booster packs of Jumpstart, shuffle them together, and begin playing. Each 20 card pack contains 1-2 rares (33% of packs have 2 rares!), 7-8 lands, and focuses on a certain theme (goblin, dog, Garruk, etc.). One of the lands in each pack will feature new art focused on that pack’s theme. For example, a land in a dog-themed pack could have an image of a happy dog lounging in the middle of some plains. In addition to its simplicity, players that love tribal synergies and those that love being surprised by unexpected interactions will enjoy this product.

Jumpstart Booster BoxJumpstart Booster Pack


Exciting Reprints

On top of a fun new way to play, Jumpstart also has plenty of cards that players of Eternal formats will love (especially Commander). Check them out below!


Wizards of the Coast has also created a new casual type of prerelease event to accompany this excellent casual product. Every prerelease player will be given a match slip and once that slip has been filled with match results, you’ll get an exclusive Jumpstart promo card. Win or lose, the most important thing is that you’ll be having fun. We hope to see you there!

This exciting new product releases two weeks after Core Set 2021 on July 17th. Preorders are available now at Three Kings Loot!

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Avatar Gregoire Thibault - June 8, 2020

Core Set 2021 – MTG Release Notes

Core Set 2021 - featuring Teferi!

What’s Coming Out In Core Set 2021?

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!

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Core Set 2021 Draft Boosters

Release Date: July 3, 2020
Contents:
  • 1 rare or mythic rare card
  • 3 uncommon cards
  • 10 common cards
  • 1 land card
  • 1 token

Core 2021 Draft Boosters come in booster boxes of 36 packs.


Basri Planeswalker Core Set 2021 Teferi Planeswalker Deck Core Set 2021Liliana Planeswalker Deck Core Set 2021Chandra Planeswalker Deck Core Set 2021   Garruk Planeswalker Deck Core Set 2021

Core Set 2021 Planeswalker Decks

Release Date:  July 3, 2020
Description:

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.

Contents:
  • 1 ready-to-play 60-card deck featuring a foil planeswalker card
  • Core 2021 Draft Booster
  • 1 strategy insert
  • 1 MTG Arena code card

Bundle Core Set 2021

Core Set 2021 Bundle

Release Date:  July 3, 2020
Description:

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!

Contents:
  • 10 Core 2021 Draft Boosters
  • 20-card foil land pack (traditional frame)
  • 20-card regular land pack (traditional frame)
  • 1 foil promo card
  • 1 oversized Spindown life counter (1.5″)
  • 2 reference cards
  • 1 reusable storage box

Core Set 2021 Prerelease Packs

Core Set 2021 Prerelease Pack

Release Date:  July 3, 2020
Description:

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.

Contents:
  • Core 2021 Draft Boosters
  • 1 foil promo-stamped rare or mythic rare from Core 2021
  • 1 Spindown life counter
  • 1 MTG Arena code card

Prerelease Packs will be shipped 18 packs per case.


Core Set 2021 Collector Booster

Release Date: July 3, 2020

Description:

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.

Contents:
  • 4 Foil commons, common dual lands, or basic lands
  • 2 Foil uncommons
  • 1 Foil showcase basic land
  • 1 Extended-art rare or mythic rare (45 rares, 8 mythic rares)
  • 2 Foil rares or mythic rares, or foil extended-art rares or mythic rares
  • 2 Showcase commons or uncommons, or a borderless card being previewed by Martin Juza on June 8 (5 commons, 6 uncommons)
  • 1 Showcase or borderless rare or mythic rare (8 rares, 17 mythic rares including 5 versions of mythic rare Teferi)
  • 1 Foil showcase common or uncommon, or a borderless card being previewed by Martin Juza on June 8 (5 commons, 6 uncommons)
  • 1 Foil showcase or borderless card, any rarity (5 commons, 6 uncommons, 8 rares, 17 mythic rares including 5 versions of mythic rare Teferi)
  • 1 Foil token

Core 2021 Collector Boosters come in displays of 12 packs.


Core Set 2021 Premium Promo Booster Pack Core Set 2021 Promo Booster Pack

Core Set 2021 Promo Booster Pack

Description:

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.


Core Set 2021 Welcome Boosters

Description:

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.

Contents:
  • 10 cards picked by Wizards of the Coast to introduce new players to Magic: The Gathering

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!

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Avatar Gregoire Thibault - June 6, 2020

Signature Spellbook Chandra Collection

Signature Spellbook Chandra box art

Signature Spellbook Chandra Contents

Signature Spellbook Chandra is a collection of eight cards plus one random premium foil version of one of those eight cards. It’s the ideal way to show your love of Chandra, stylize your Commander deck, or just help the world burn—in a good way. Check out the packaging and all eight cards below!

This fiery-hot Spellbook is available in English on Preorder for June 26, 2020 – the same weekend as the Core Set 2021 Prerelease!

Cathartic Reunion - Signature Spellbook Chandra Chandra Torch of Defiance Signature Spellbook Chandra Fiery Confluence Signature Spellbook Chandra Past in Flames Signature Spellbook Chandra Pyroblast Pyromancer Ascension Rite of flame Young Pyromancer

This is the third installment of the Signature Spellbook series. In other words, its third consecutive year. The first Signature Spellbook was released in 2018 and was dedicated to the most famous blue mage Jace Beleren, known as Signature Spellbook Jace. The second Signature Spellbook was released in 2019, in dedication to Gideon Jura. Its release was right after the War of the Spark set, where he finally died versus Nicol Bolas in the epic finale to years of Magic storytelling. These Signature Spellbooks are good collectibles and are great looking singles. Signature Spellbook Chandra is a great addition to this series. “But why Chandra?” you might be asking yourself.

There are various reasons that Chandra was selected for the third Signature Spellbook. The first is that, much like the upcoming Core Set 2021 will be centered around the planeswalker Teferi, Core Set 2020 was centered around Chandra. Naturally, that makes 2020 her year and a perfect time to release her Spellbook. The second is that the Russo Brothers, famously known for directing Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, etc., are working on an animated Netflix series for Magic: The Gathering. Promotional art for the series features none other than Chandra herself, who will at least play a key role or may even be the main, hot-blooded protagonist herself. The last is that she’s one of the last early members of The Gatewatch who’s still in the organization. Liliana and Nissa Revane, while famous in their own right, have gone their separate ways from Magic’s current supergroup. However, if you ask me, I’d bet we’ll be seeing one of the two visited next year to round out the color pie of Spellbooks.

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Avatar Gregoire Thibault - May 20, 2020

Double Masters MTG

Double Masters

 Wizards of the Coast just announced Double Masters set in August

Double Masters is a new twist on the whole Masters series sets. This set doubles everything as the name implies! Two rares or mythic and two foils per pack and two non-foil Box-topper per Box. You even get two Draft first-pick per pack. Three Kings Loot will be excited to be Drafting this new product on Release Weekend. We will also have preorders for Booster boxes available. WotC also announced there will be a Collector’s edition called VIP Edition, packed with awesomeness with more information closer to release. They also announced that this will not be the 2020 set containing Enemy Fetch Lands, reprinted in Secret Lair Ultimate edition on May 29th.

Release Notes

Release Date: August 7, 2020

  • 332 cards
  • 24 packs per booster box
  • 15-card booster packs, with two rares and two foil cards per pack! (And, yes, those foils can be up to two additional rares.)
  • Two non-foil borderless showcase box topper cards included in each booster box
  • Available in English, French, German, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese

Double Masters will be available on Magic Online starting August 6 for $6.99 per booster. It will not be redeemable.

Sealed products preorders

Preorders August 7th for Double Masters Booster BoxPreorders August 7th for Double Masters Booster Pack

Preorders for Double Masters Booster Box available from Three Kings Loot inc.

VIP Edition Double Masters MTG

Similar to Collector Edition, these will be Double Masters premium packs. Their content is much different from the Collector’s packs, perhaps why they are called VIP Edition instead. Each pack will be around the price of a Draft Booster Box and will contain:

  • 21 Premium cards
  • 10 Full-art basic lands
  • 2 Full-art Premium lands
  • 2 Tokens

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Avatar Gregoire Thibault - April 15, 2020

Fetch Lands – Secret Lair Ultimate Edition

Image of all five Fetch Lands in Secret Lair - Ultimate Edition

The King is back with a quick article about this silky box, containing the five enemy Fetch Lands that feature the artwork of premier Magic artists Alayna Danner, Adam Paquette, Sam Burley, John Avon, and Seb McKinnon.

There has been some complaining online about this reprint of Fetch Lands. The complaints are not about the reprint, but because of the way they are being released. As a Secret Lair: Ultimate Edition, a collection containing one non-foil copy of each enemy Fetch Lands. Some would have preferred a reprint in a Booster Set like Modern Masters 2017. While Masters Sets may be discontinued, Wizards had other opportunities to reprint fetches like Modern Horizons and Mystery Boosters. Wizards of the Coast did say WPN stores will receive up to 10 copies starting May 29.

This collection reminds me of From The Vaults. Except that, for the week after these go on sale at WPN stores, Wizards will be running a Secret Lair superdrop as well. More details about all of the drops will be released closer to June. The only detail Wizards has shared is that if you purchase the bundle that combines each drop that goes on sale during the superdrop, you’ll receive one random fetch land for each bundle you purchase. Wizards also added there will be another way to pick up some stylized versions of fetch lands later this year that will also be in your local game store. It could be Commander Legends, the first-ever Commander set, set to release in December 2020. The JumpStart set in July is the other possible non-Standard set. However, I don’t think they would contain Fetch Lands.

Fetch Land: Verdant Catacombs

Pre-orders for the Secret Lair – Ultimate Edition containing all five Fetch Lands are on our website for only $299.99. Don’t miss out!

Full Art of  Verdant Catacombs
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Avatar Bruce Gray - March 17, 2017

Modern Masters 2017 Top Ten Casual Cards

Casual Encounters- Top 10 Casual Cards from Modern Masters 2017

Deadeye Navigator

Well, Wizards has fully spoiled Modern Masters 2017 and in the process have driven players wild with just loads of amazing reprints.  They must have looked at the reprint policy and then just shredded the thing in the recycling bin because this set looks NUTS.  Honestly, who’s idea was it to reprint all this awesome stuff?  On top of the set being full of many valuable reprints, Wizards has done an admirable job of balancing cards intended for competitive play and those destined to see play in Casual formats.  Today I’m going to go through my top 10 cards for Casual play from Modern Masters 2017. If you feel like I missed something on my list, leave a comment down below.  

  1. Cyclonic Rift: This makes the list because it is totally and utterly ridiculous in any multiplayer game. It is also just about as ubiquitous as you can get in a deck playing blue in edh. There is no messing around around with this card and it always does good work. The rift may not be a flashy start but it is a highly sought after card and something EDH players are happy to see reprinted as the price continues to steadily climb.
  1. Coiling Oracle:  The color requirements kind of hamper this card but it is a super sweet card to play if you can handle blue and green.  The card advantage stapled to this creature is super fun and is just asking to be abused. It plays one part ramp, one part card draw spell and all for 2 mana and even comes with a body.  There may not be tons of Simic coloured commanders in EDH but they all love this little guy.  I was happy to see this get reprinted.

 

  1. Ghostly Flicker: this card is ⅓ of a combo in Pauper that had to be banned. Flicker + Archaeomancer +Peregrine Drake essentially ruined Pauper by giving it an infinite mana combo that took over the game. I don’t expect the same level of dominance in Casual circles, but with the format already being heavily weighed towards getting lots of value from your ETB  triggers this seems like a pretty potent way to land a bunch of new triggers. I can think of plenty degenerate things to do with this and am happy to grab a few more copies on the cheap off the draft table. The existence of an infinite combo helps to some degree too.

 

  1. Craterhoof Behemoth: Ah. Yes. ‘Hoof. Well this guy is just hilarious and any deck that’s a) playing green and b) has tokens is just going to love this guy as a way to win out of nowhere . Think of all the Commanders that could make good use of this big fella: Prossh, Ghave, Trostani,  just to name a few.  He’s bonkers and the fact that the price is about to get crushed will be good news for Casual players.  Sure, Elves players are seriously stoked about the inclusion of their #1 finisher, but Casual players like the beef this guy offers.

 

  1. Temporal Mastery:  I think every time I see a card that says ‘Take and Extra Turn” I slap it on this list.  This feels super flashy and powerful and is exactly the sort of thing casual players like me want to do when we play.  The fact that this can be cost for its Miracle cost makes it extra appealing because I love the thought of top decking it and going ham.  Yes, I know that the statistical probability of me top decking this is slim to nil, but the thought of doing it is just too appealing.  I’m happy to see the price on this get dropped quite a bit so I can get a couple more copies and see if I can’t live the dream.  #6 seems generous for a card that I’ll likely never cast for its Miracle cost, but I’ll let it ride with my eternal optimism.
    5. Shard coloured trilands:  I wasn’t playing during Shards of Alara block, but I was exposed to Tri-Lands in Khans Block and I was a big fan.  To have them reprinted in Commander 2016 gave me a bit of a taste for the mana-fixing these offer, but now to have them in wider circulation as part of this set is super exciting.  These will be readily available to afford colour-fixing for casual players for years and that’s good news for the rest of us.

     

  1. Signet Cycle:  While the tri-lands are nice, these are far more sought after and represent very good value in this set.  You can feel better knowing that if you don’t open Lili or Goyf in your pack that you might at least open something of use in the form of a signet.  While these aren’t flashy, they do offer yet another way to offer mana fixing and ramp quite easily and can fit in virtually every Commander decks. 
  1. Zur the Enchanter: Commander players were pretty happy to see this reprint, although he is a little unexpected.  I have read a few places describing some of the broken shenanigans that this enables and it seems pretty excessive.  The fact that this guy was last seen in Coldsnap back in 2006 means that it was about time for this guy to get a reprint and to make him a little more widely known.  The only thing I might have asked is new cooler artwork, but that’s a little thing. 

 

  1. Restoration Angel – I feel kind of silly putting this on the list but Restoration Angel is just too good to pass up. This is just a massive value engine that is totally under costed. A ¾ flier with flash AND blanks a removal spell is just a huge value swing that can’t be missed. The blink on the angel is probably the most valuable attribute on a card that is an A in almost every regard. Add in the fact that this enables infinite combos with Kiki Jiki and you have something that shouldn’t be trifled with. Yes competitive players want this too,  but competitive and casual players can both like doing powerful, efficient things and this card is where they overlap.

 

  1.  Deadeye  Navigator:  This one makes the list because it is skating on thin ice.  Every player that I know who plays EDH either loves or hates Deadeye Navigator because it is so difficult to deal with once it is resolved and soulbonded.  If the player controlling Deadeye has mana open this becomes a nightmare to deal with and every time you blink something with it you generate even further value.  The consensus from players I know is that it is just a matter of time before this gets banned because of the gross and abusive things that it can do. 


If you feel like I missed something, please leave a comment down below or find me on twitter because I’d love to hear what other people have got in mind.  As always, thanks for stopping by and be sure to come again for another Casual Encounter.

 

Bruce Gray

@bgray8791

 

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Avatar Bruce Gray - January 13, 2017

Top 10 Casual Cards From Aether Revolt

Casual Encounters- Top 10 Casual Cards from Aether Revolt

karizev

Hi everyone and welcome back once again.  Aether Revolt is just around the corner and everyone is counting down the top cards to be excited for. Well, I’m no different except that I’m not looking at Limited cards or Constructed cards.  No, what I want is some fun new toys to splash around with in some Casual decks and to really spice things up when I get to sling cards with my buddies around a kitchen table.  So, with Casual decks in mind, let’s look at the top 10 Casual cards that I’m eyeing from Aether Revolt.

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  1. Ajani, Valiant Protector: I usually don’t put Planeswalkers on my lists because they are typically very good and clearly geared with Constructed decks in mind,  but this one is just my style.  Ajani, Valiant Protector is the face of one of the Planeswalker decks meaning he is undoubtedly under powered because the product is geared for new players and as introductory product to playing Magic.  However, he plays ideally into a recurring Green/White theme and that’s namely +1/+1 counters on creatures. With a pair of plus abilities that are likely both very relevant in decks where he is featured he provides both +1/+1 counters AND card advantage without losing any loyalty.  That’s big because you can steadily march him upwards to his Ultimate and likely use that to end the game in a quick and decisive way.  Is he flashy the way some Planeswalkers are?  No.  Could he be on theme and very useful?  Absolutely.  Casual decks all over are going to love this new addition.

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  1. Kari Zev, Skyship Raider: Kari Zev makes the list for the sole reason that she makes a Legendary Monkey Token whenever she attacks.  She makes a Legendary Monkey Token when she attacks! How awesome is that? Her casting cost is very favorable at a mere 2 mana, but really, who cares?  It is all about that Monkey Token.

rishkarsexpertise

  1. Rishkar’s Expertise: I took one look at this card and wasn’t really worried about the second clause on this card.  The card had me hooked at “Draw a huge pile of cards”.  Let’s face facts.  If you are playing Casual Magic and you are playing green you likely have some very large creatures which essentially means you get to draw a big old pile of cards when you cast this.  The second clause is potentially very relevant too because you just might want to slam a second play after playing this, but I’m all in on the card draw effect in my Green decks anyway. Can you imagine this in a deck with Ajani, Valiant Protector after a couple of activations?  Oh, that sounds like FUN to me!

whirofinvention

  1. Whir of Invention: Hello Chord of Calling for artifacts! I’m not going to suggest any combos because everyone will likely have their own, but the power level on this just can’t be missed.   Go find that big awesome artifact at the end of your opponent’s turn and then reap the benefits (end of turn Blightsteel Colossus anyone?) EDH decks love tutors and this one is going to be able to do some very powerful things in short order. It might see Constructed play to allow you to go and fetch a Gearhulk or something, but in Casual decks where the sky is the limit, this is going to be very spicy.

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  1. Exquisite Archangel: The life swing on this alone is kind of nuts. I can imagine this finding an immediate home in an EDH deck where this is used as a way to totally negate all the damage you’ve sustained at the hands of your opponent by giving you back your starting life total AND to give you a powerful flying blocker to help secure the battlefield.  At 7 mana it is undoubtedly too expensive for a Constructed format, but this will have a very bright future around the Kitchen table for years to come.

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  1. Maulfist Revolutionary:  This one is a little understated but the interaction it could have to in a deck interested in +1/+1 counters just can’t be missed.  However, the fact that it could potentially net you loyalty counters on your Planeswalker, or add to the Poison or Energy Counters in play is extremely interesting.  It gets even MORE appealing when you start to blink this guy in and out of play resulting in a whole bunch of triggers.  Sure, it is a little slow and potentially a little durdly, but it is exactly the sort of card a Casual player is going to scoop up and put to good use on  some Saturday night slinging cardboard with his buddies.  

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  1. Trophy Mage:  This may as well read “Go tutor up your Sword of X/Y”.  EDH decks are going to love the ability to tutor up their Swords and so there is little doubt that this will see fairly steady Casual play.  Oh, it gets better if you can blink it and go and find more goodies in your deck. Really, what isn’t to love?

aethertidewhale

  1. Aethertide Whale:  This giant flier is a solid creature, but what really gets me excited is the amount of Energy this thing produces.  You get a whooping 6 energy whenever this enters the battlefield and that could be super important. You can even return the Whale to your hand for 4 energy and then re-cast it meaning that each time you do you are netting 2 Energy.  You could see yourself scoring a whole pile of extra Energy and doing some really powerful things  There are whole bunch of really neat things you can do with that sort of Energy production like Aetherworks Marvel or Gonti’s Aether Heart or casting a very large Harnessed Lightning.  Whatever you like, there are lots of fun options that this creature will enable making him likely a slightly under appreciated card heading into the pre-releases. If you are looking to make use of Energy in  a deck this is the sort of creature you are looking to include.

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  1. Paradox Engine:  This just screams to be abused.  The ability to untap ALL your nonland permanents when you cast a spell is hugely powerful. I’m sure that there are people out there looking to break this card already, but the potential is dead obvious that you can’t miss it.  I kind of hope I get my hands on one of these in my pre-release so I can take it for a spin too!

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1.Planar Bridge:  This is a very potent card for EDH decks.  As a repeatable creature tutor that activates for 8 mana, this is an amazing way to go and find that big bomb you have lurking in your deck and dump it straight on the battlefield.  However, the other thing this does is it allows your deck to go and play more like a “Tool Box” deck that is so acclaimed in other formats.  Now, R & D has assured that at 8 mana to activate this that it is not a Constructed card, but in EDH, if you need an answer to eliminate that terrifying artifact, creature, or enchantment, you now have a tool to allow you to go and find it at Instant speed.  It may not be the most efficient way to answer something, but if the alternative is you dying then I would rather take my chances with the expensive creature tutor.  The one thing I am glad of is that Planar Bridge puts them on the battlefield rather than “casting” them and thus avoiding all the nasty “When Cast” triggers like on Emrakul, the Promised End.   This is going to make EDH very interesting.  Also, the Masterpiece version of the art of this card is stunning and one of the few times I might be prepared to shell out for the premium version rather than a simple non-foil version.  A very fun and beautiful card and in my estimation the top pick for Casual Players from this new set.

Well, there you have my top 10 Casual Cards.  As always, these lists are highly debatable and there is no doubt that I could have added another 5 cards easily.  However, I have to draw the line somewhere and 10 feels about right.  What has caught your attention from Aether Revolt? If you’ve got something that has captured your attention or something that you are really looking forward to playing let me know in the comments down below or find me on Twitter.  As always, thanks for stopping by and be sure to stop in next time for another Casual Encounter.

Bruce Gray

@bgray8791

 

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Avatar Three Kings Loot - December 13, 2016

Aether Revolt Spoilers

Aether Revolt Spoilers- Release Notes, Cards & Artwork Gallery

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Card Gallery

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Release Notes

Set Name – Aether Revolt

Block – Set 2 of 2 in the Kaladesh block

Number of Cards – 184

Prerelease Events – January 14–15, 2017

Release Events – January 20, 2017

Launch Weekend – January 20–22, 2017

Game Day – February 11–12, 2017

Magic Online Prerelease Events – January 27, 2017

Magic Online Release Date – January 30, 2017

Pro Tour Aether Revolt – February 3–5, 2017

Pro Tour Aether Revolt Location – Dublin, Ireland

 

Official Three–Letter Code – AER

Twitter Hashtag – #MTGAER

Languages – English, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Credits

Initial Concept and Game Design

Mark Gottlieb (lead)
Mark Rosewater
Ken Nagle
Gavin Verhey
Adam Prosak
Ari Levitch

Final Game Design and Development

Ben Hayes (lead)
Sam Stoddard
Ethan Fleischer
Adam Prosak
Yoni Skolnik
Tim Aten

Kaladesh World Design

Doug Beyer (lead)
Sam Burley
Kelly Digges
Jenna Helland
Jeremy Jarvis
Colin Kawakami
Kimberly J. Kreines
Matt Knicl
Liz Leo
Ari Levitch
Melissa Li
Dawn Murin
Cynthia Sheppard
Mark Winters
James Wyatt

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