New Magic the Gathering items from the Hasbro Breakfast Event during San Diego Comic-Con 2017.
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With the 25th Anniversary of Magic: The Gathering quickly approaching it looks like there will be a new expansion set simply named “25“. While doing a little research on the TESS system, we noticed some new information posted up by Wizards of the Coast.
We all found out about Ixalan and Iconic Masters recently, but Rivals Of Ixalan and 25 are brand new along with the Magic: The Gathering 25th Anniversary Logo (set symbol?) Now the usual caveat applies, until WOTC officially confirms this information it’s still speculation.
Check out the new information after the jump.
Modern Masters 2017 Edition takes players back to some of the most remarkable sets from recent history, representing everything from Eighth Edition through Magic 2014–including trips through Innistrad and Return to Ravnica. Featuring new artwork on a number of cards, every card in Modern Masters 2017 Edition can be added to your favorite Modern-format decks. But first, enjoy a fresh Limited experience that combines some of Magic’s most iconic cards in new ways. Every box of Modern Masters 2017 Edition contains 24 booster packs–each with fifteen randomly inserted game cards, including one premium card in every pack–making it perfect for exciting Draft play.
Check out all the highlight Modern Masters 2017 pulls after the jump.
For fans of Magic The Gathering, there was a real treat in store – Wizards of the Coast and Hasbro revealed their upcoming MTG: Amonket series. As you can see from our included gallery images, just walked up to the presentation was a sight to be seen. The new series highlights the Five Trials of the Gods:
- The Trial of Solidarity
- The Trial of Knowledge
- The Trial of Strength
- The Trial of Ambition
- The Trial of Zeal
Fans were able to check out starter sets featuring Liliana and Gideon, along Booster Bundles and Deck Builder’s Toolkit. Players, please note the following dates:
- Pre-release: April 22-23, 2017
- Draft Weekend: April 29-30, 2017
- Magic League: May 1-28, 2017
- Game Day: May 20-21, 2017
We were also treated to MTG: Archenemy and Aether Revolt Planeswalker Decks on hand and ready to play with!
We’ll undoubtedly bring you more details as they’re received, but for now, join us after the break to check out our MTG: Amonkhet gallery from Toy Fair 2017!
Hasbro dropped a huge digital bomb today when they announced a new Magic: The Gathering Online Platform under the new Hasbro Digital Next. The new venture was hyped as a reimagining of All Magic Online Play, giving stunning visual interactions with upgraded watchable-shareable games.
There was no specific mention of how extensive the card database will be, but all signs point to the MTGO we have all been waiting for. Stay tuned for more information over the weekend as our team heads out to the Toy Fair 2017 Hasbro show room to bring you all the latest updates for all of Hasbro Brands!
Check out all the new images after the jump.
The latest set for Magic: The Gathering has recently been released called Aether Revolt, Part 2 of the Kaladesh Block. Overall the block has been very mediocre, but with the release of Aether Revolt and the release of a few key cards, this set has shaken up the game for Standard, Modern, Vintage and even Commander with the release of Masterpiece chase cards.
Check out some of the best of pulls from our Aether Revolt Booster Box after the jump.
It’s hard to argue that the four color Commander 2016 sets for Magic: The Gathering were a huge success for WOTC. The sets are current sold out and out of print already. The two most popular among the five sets is Breed Lethality COMMANDER: Atraxa, Praetors’ Voice, and Invent Superiority COMMANDER: Breya, Etherium Shaper that are demanding a big secondary mark-up. We have provided high res shots of key cards from these two sets.
Check out all the new Commander 2016 images after the jump.
The last protections over Innistrad have faded. Ancient powers reach forth to corrupt the plane, and now Innistrad’s fate rests in the hands of unlikely allies. The Eldrazi are familiar adversaries, but on a world of horrors, they are uniquely horrifying. Eldritch Moon features new gameplay elements on both sides of this grisly conflict. Highlights from our Eldritch Moon Booster Box and Pre-Release Kit include:
- Foil Double Sided Zombie Token
- Liliana, the Last Hope
- Foil Eldritch Evolution
- Hanweir, the Writhing Township
- Chittering Host
- Buy-a-Box Foil Thalia, Heretic Cathar
Check out all the new Magic: The Gathering Eldritch Moon cards after the jump
To celebrate the release of Eldritch Moon Wizards of the Coast released a set of SDCC 2016 Exclusive Zombie Planeswalkers that feature Liliana reanimating the rest of her fellow Planeswalkers. The set was sold at the Hasbro Toy Shop booth and could be purchased for $108.00! The set features the following cards:
- Liliana, the Last Hope
- Gideon, Ally of Zendikar
- Jace, Unraveler of Secrets
- Chandra, Flamecaller
- Nissa, Voice of Zendikar
Check out high-res images of the SDCC 2016 Magic: The Gathering Exclusive Zombie Planeswalker Box Set after the jump.
Staffer Destro is a huge Magic: The Gathering fan, and he snapped some photos of their display at San Diego Comic-Con 2016.