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Anthologies

Play with the Dream Team Recruit forces from across the scope of time. The Magic: The Gathering - Anthologies box set combines the might of two armies assembled from the wide range of Dominia's history. Relive the Magic TCG's past and revel in its present with the Anthologies box set.

Archenemy

You are the archenemy, and your goal is simple: the utter decimation of your fellow Planeswalkers. A force of unbridled malevolence, your power is so immense that their only hope is to join forces in a desperate attempt to defeat you. An Archenemy game follows a “one vs. many” format. In this exciting new multiplayer variant, an oversized deck packed with brutal scheme cards allows one player to assume the role of the archenemy, a merciless paragon of power bent on total domination. The other players in the game must unite to defeat the archenemy and save the day—if they can.

Archenemy Schemes

Schemes are used in Archenemy to put evil plots into motion. Scheme cards are not permanents. The Archenemy sets in motion the top card of his or her scheme deck at the beginning of the first main phase of his or her turn, meaning to turn it face up. Schemes may or may not have the supertype Ongoing. A non-ongoing scheme has a triggered ability that reads "When you set this scheme in motion, [effect]." After resolving this ability, it is turned face down and put on the bottom of the scheme deck. An ongoing scheme has abilities, and stays face up and in effect, rather like an enchantment; but it also has a triggered ability that forces the Archenemy to abandon it, meaning to turn it face down and put it on the bottom of the scheme deck. Only one scheme can be in motion at a time, so an ongoing scheme prevents non-ongoing schemes from being set in motion.

Archenemy: Nicol Bolas

Archenemy: Nicol Bolas Schemes

Battle Royale

You'll need every facet of your personality to survive a Battle Royale. game. Diplomat. Comedian. Traitor. The Battle Royale box set brings all of the maneuvering and outright conniving of multiplayer play straight to your gaming table. Four perfectly balanced decks specifically designed for multiplayer games. Countless ways to win. Or lose. Battle Royale - All at once. Once and for all.

Beatdown

Get ready for a beating! The Beatdown Gift Box for Magic: The Gathering is here, and it is ONE BAD-ASS SET. Don't believe us? Take it up with creatures like Mahamoti Djinn, Erhnam Djinn, and Sengir Vampire. It's BIGGER, too. Bigger creatures. Bigger combat. Bigger hurt! Grab a friend and tear them apart. ("Get well" card not included.) Play with pain. Deliver a Beatdown.

Chronicles

Chronicles was the twelfth Magic: The Gathering set, released in July 1995, and the first compilation set. It was not considered an official expansion, but an extension of the Fourth Edition Core Set. Until the release of Modern Masters it was notable for being the only tournament-legal non-Core Set that introduced no new cards. All cards in the set were from the Arabian Nights, Antiquities, Legends, and The Dark expansions (14 from Arabian Nights, 21 from Antiquities, 71 from Legends, 19 from The Dark). Each card was white-bordered, while the cards in their original sets were black-bordered. Also, each card carried the expansion symbol from the set it was originally printed in.

Clash Pack

A two-player product, the Clash Pack contains two sixty-card decks designed to be played against each other. It's a great way to introduce new players to Magic. And it also comes with six premium foil cards with alternative art. Browse the Clash Pack Singles here!

Collector's Edition

Gold Bordered Non tournament legal. They say "Collector's Edition" on the back. This special collectors' edition of Magic: The Gathering contains all 302 cards from the original Deckmaster series of playable trading cards. The complete set is augmented with duplicates of the many land cards, making a total of 363 cards. These cards are produced in a special collectors' format with square-cut corners and gold borders. So pick up the Magic: The Gathering Collectors' Edition and explore the whole world in one box. Not Tournament Legal.

Collector's Edition - International

Gold Bordered Non tournament legal. They say "International Collector's Edition" on the back. This special collectors' edition of Magic: The Gathering contains all 302 cards from the original Deckmaster series of playable trading cards. The complete set is augmented with duplicates of the many land cards, making a total of 363 cards. These cards are produced in a special collectors' format with square-cut corners and gold borders. So pick up the Magic: The Gathering Collectors' Edition and explore the whole world in one box. Not Tournament Legal

Commander Products

Conspiracy

The first-ever multiplayer-focused booster set has new Magic cards with new mechanics that enhance multiplayer play. Returning favorites from throughout Magic's history round out the set and cultivate an environment of deception and treachery. The Magic: The Gathering–Conspiracy set is designed to be drafted with six to eight players who then split into groups of three or four players for free-for-all multiplayer games.

Conspiracy: Take the Crown

Clearly the crown is up for grabs. Will you claim it? No more jokes. No more intrigue. For real this time. The throne no longer sits empty, but deception, danger, and even death await around every corner. Add deeper layers of intrigue to your next Magic draft and begin plotting as soon as you open your first booster pack! The Conspiracy: Take the Crown set builds on the revolutionary abilities introduced in the original Magic: The Gathering—Conspiracy set, with new cards that affect the draft itself and new conspiracies that twist the rules against your foes. Trade votes and spread your attacks to manipulate the game in your favor. Seize the crown to give yourself a greater edge—if you can keep it. How will you plot your way to the throne? This set is designed for eight-player drafts followed by free-for-all games of three to five players each.

Deckmasters

The Creator vs. The Champion The Magic: The Gathering - Deckmasters box set showcases the ultimate battle of wits. Richard Garfield, the legendary creator of Magic, faces off against Jon Finkel, a Magic World Champion and legend in the making. Which one is smarter? Which one is sneakier? Which one will win? Play the decks they personally designed - decks specifically built to beat the stuffing out of each other - and decide for yourself. Two volitile decks, constructed by two explosive players. Get the message? Play with them. Learn from them. Hold the stuff of greatness in your hands. Deckmasters. The Ultimate battle. Over and Over again.

Duel Decks: Ajani vs Nicol Bolas

The leonin Ajani Goldmane scours the shards of Alara with a single thought in mind: revenge. Filled with rage at the murder of his brother, Jazal, Ajani searches for his killer. Leaving no stone unturned, his wrath grows along with his power as a Planeswalker, leading him to an ultimate showdown with the Multiverse's master manipulator. Nicol Bolas is beginning to feel effects of the eons of time and knows it will take the mana of an entire plane to rejuvenate his ancient power and set his new schemes in motion. As he expertly maneuvers the pieces of his interplanar game into place, he encounters an indomitable will bent on retribution. The battle of Alara's Maelstrom is in your hands. Determine the fate of an entire plane and the outcome of an epic conflict between two rival Planeswalkers.

Duel Decks: Anthology

These cards have the updated 2014 borders and are not to be confused with the Duel Deck cards that they reprint. These eight, ready-to-play, 60-card Magic decks showcase our first four dueling match-ups. Rejoin the fray as the game’s most famous Planeswalkers go head to head. Relive the divine clashing with the Demonic, and Elves confronting Goblins. Replay the original duels, or mix and match the combatants to create new battles across the Multiverse. Browse Duel Decks: Anthologies Singles here!

Duel Decks: Blessed vs Cursed

Duel Decks: Blessed vs. Cursed is the 17th set in the Duel Decks series. It released February 26, 2016. The two decks represent humans and their allies fighting dark forces over control of the plane of Innistrad. They contain six preview cards for Shadows over Innistrad: Topplegeist, Eerie Interlude, Pore Over the Pages, Tooth Collector, Mindwrack Demon (alternate art), and Compelling Deterrence. Three older cards receive new artwork: Geist of Saint Traft, Momentary Blink, and Dread Return. The Duel Decks include a Magic “learn to play” guide, a strategy insert, a spindown life counter and 5 tokens each. Holy Warriors Unite Against the Unquiet Dead. A divine mission has once again united the Humans, Spirits, and Angels of Innistrad. Together, these protectors will stand against the shadows, fighting for humanity's salvation. Evil rules the night. Shambling hordes of the dead roam free, their cemetery gates in ruins, as powerful Demons soar overhead. The fate of the living remains shrouded in darkness. Will you defend hope or snuff it out?

Duel Decks: Divine vs Demonic

An endless war rages in the heavens. The skies blacken and crackle with dark magic. Bellows of grim laughter drown out the beating of black, leathery wings. The demons have come. Then, a ray of golden light pierces the darkness. A flight of angels arrives, swords gleaming. The champions of law have arrived to cleanse the sky. Now, planeswalker, you will wage this eternal battle between good and evil against one of your own kind. Which celestial force will prevail?

Duel Decks: Elspeth vs Kiora

The knight Planeswalker Elspeth Tirel sees herself as the protector of the Multiverse. She has pledged her sword and shield to all who suffer, and she summons forth impressive armies to assist her. The merfolk Planeswalker Kiora calls upon the creatures of the deepest oceans to fight at her side. She is the master of the world beneath the waves, her true power only now beginning to surface. How will these Planeswalkers measure up when they meet in battle?

Duel Decks: Elspeth vs Tezzeret

Elspeth fled her home plane at a young age after it was corrupted by a sinister force that enslaved her and her community. She found Bant, a sunny kingdom seemingly free from evil, and became one of its knights. But when the Conflux caused the shards of Alara to reconverge, the plane of Grixis and its wicked denizens intruded upon Bant. Unable to endure the possibility of another dark tyranny, Elspeth left Bant in search of a new, peaceful home. Before the Conflux on Alara had begun, Tezzeret was a promising young artificer who aspired to become one of the Seekers of Carmot, a secretive organization that claimed to hold the secrets of etherium, the arcane alloy that infuses every living thing on the shard of Esper. After being rejected by the Seekers, Tezzeret discovered that the cabal was in reality controlled by the ancient dragon Nicol Bolas. When Tezzeret was caught and stabbed by the Seekers’ guards, he planeswalked to Grixis, only to be confronted by Bolas himself.

Duel Decks: Elves vs Goblins

Inside you'll find two ready-to-play decks developed specifically for bashing againast each other. The decks feature Elves and Goblins—the most popular tribes in the game. They're ready to go right out of the box, so choose your favorite and start playing!

Duel Decks: Garruk vs Liliana

A hunter to the core, and adept at summoning savage creatures, Garruk Wildspeaker thrives on pushing himself to greater and greater limits in his quest to be the ultimate predator. But now, he faces his most dangerous prey: A fellow Planeswalker. Specializing in spells that reanimate the dead, corrupt the living, and unlock power from death, Liliana Vess possesses beauty that belies her necromantic power. What will happen when a force of raw, untamed nature confronts a being consumed by dark and demonic urges?

Duel Decks: Heroes vs Monsters

Monsters worthy of legend have always threatened the civilizations of the Multiverse. Heroes of many worlds must prove their worth by confronting these immense creatures. These heroes grow stronger with every encounter as they assail threats beyond their imagination. Materializing out of the mist, monsters loom large on the horizon. Terrifying and relentless, these mythical creatures ravage the countryside. Enrage your monsters into jaw-dropping monstrosities and send them rampaging toward the enemy.

Duel Decks: Izzet vs Golgari

Two Guilds Clash beneath the Streets of Ravnica The Izzet League, under the ingenious mind of its guildmaster, the dragon Niv-Mizzet, has dabbled, delved, and decoded many mysteries in its insatiable thirst for knowledge. Now the dracomagus seeks to plumb the depths of Ravnica’s undercity. But the Golgari don’t welcome interlopers in their dank, moldy realm. Under the command of the elvish lich lord Jarad, the Golgari have dwelled in darkness long enough. The Swarm grows restless and its rot farms need fresh corpses. Jarad believes the time is right to teach Niv-Mizzet’s magewrights a lesson: that there is no place for Izzet research in the vicious cycle of life and death.

Duel Decks: Jace vs Chandra

Which Planeswalker Will Prevail? Jace Beleren, prodigy of mental magic torn between good and evil. Chandra Nalaar, sharp-witted pyromancer with a smoldering chip on her shoulder. Both carry with them a vast arsenal of devastating spells. Neither ever accepts defeat. Chance has pitted one against the other, but you’ll determine the outcome.

Duel Decks: Jace vs Vraska

The Ultimate Mind Mage Faces The Master Assassin. The history of Ravnica has long been shaped by the struggle for supremacy among its ten feuding guilds. A tenuous peace keeps the power of the guilds in balance, but they would need little excuse to reignite the smoldering coals of a conflict that could engulf Ravnica’s world-spanning city. Jace Beleren, a mind mage who has adopted Ravnica as his home, has seen to it that the delicate peace holds. He has become the Living Guildpact, the embodiment of the guilds’ agreement to share power, and he works tirelessly to preserve that peace. The deadly gorgon Vraska, a Planeswalker who was born on Ravnica, is an assassin for hire who follows her own arcane moral code. She is a master of her trade, killing her marks and then disappearing into the tunnels of Ravnica’s vast undercity. Though she works mostly with the Golgari guild, she is bound by no permanent allegiance. In the wrong hands, Vraska’s skills could destabilize an entire world. With a few key assassinations, suspicions would lead to accusations, and accusations could lead to war. Jace, the caretaker of Ravnica’s peace, refuses to let that happen.

Duel Decks: Knights vs Dragons

The greatest knights have gathered together to once and for all end the reign of terror that has plagued their lands for centuries. Holy paladins, noble cavaliers, and swift skyhunters all answer the call to hunt dragons to the death and restore order to the realm. For dragonkind, the answer is simple—incinerate the invaders! Enraged goblin minions pour from the mountain crags to repel the intruders, but that’s only to give the majestic hellkites time to take to the skies and unleash a firestorm that no knight could hope to survive.

Duel Decks: Mind vs. Might

The next installment of the popular Duel Decks series!

Duel Decks: Nissa vs Ob Nixilis

Planeswalker Nissa Revane gathers her forces to protect Zendikar from annihilation. Drawing on the power of the land itself, she summons mighty Elementals to overwhelm her foes. Trapped on Zendikar for centuries, the demon Ob Nixilis will do anything to reignite his Planeswalker spark and escape. He summons terrifying Demons and wields dark, destructive powers to lay his enemies to waste. The stakes are high as Nissa and Ob Nixilis fight to control the power of the Khalni Heart. Who will prevail?

Duel Decks: Phyrexia vs Coalition

The overlay of the Phyrexian plane of Rath has unleashed a scourge upon Dominaria. Single-minded and unyielding, the Phyrexian army uses the power of black mana to fuel efficient killing machines that seek to eliminate all in its path. For Dominaria, victory is the only option. The Coalition, representing the five colors of mana, has united under the leadership of Gerrard Capashen to combat the Phyrexian invaders. When these opposing forces wage war, devastation can be the only outcome. The question then remains, where will you stand?

Duel Decks: Sorin vs Tibalt

Sorin, with his long-sighted, vampiric perspective, knows that humanity may lose its tenuous grip on survival if Innistrad's monstrous forces hunt too recklessly. The young pain-mage Tibalt, on the other hand, respects no authority but his own vicious whims. As they clash, neither will tolerate anything but the utter defeat of his foe. Who will prevail is up to you.

Duel Decks: Speed vs Cunning

Shrieking Hordes Confront Tactical Masters Racing across the blazing steppe, the wave of attackers crests the barren hills. Nothing can stop their reckless advance. These warriors live fast, fight hard, and strike terror into the hearts of those in their path. The scarred countryside seems abandoned. Then, suddenly, hidden fighters spring from ambush. The overconfident enemy recoils in surprise, outflanked and outsmarted. Who will prevail, the swift or the sly? Browse Duel Decks: Speed vs Cunning singles here!

Duel Decks: Venser vs Koth

Two Planeswalkers, one compassionate, one calculating, gave their all to save a world. The Planeswalker Koth, from the metal plane of Mirrodin, sought help when his world darkened. He traveled to Dominaria to enlist allies and met fellow Planeswalker Venser. When Venser recognized the threat to Koth’s world was none other than Phyrexia, he knew that the only hope for Mirrodin was to find its maker. But that would mean forsaking its people in the meantime. Koth would rather die than turn his back on his fellow Mirrans. But Venser knew they would all die anyway if they failed to reach Karn, his former mentor and creator of Mirrodin. Two Planeswalkers, one goal, very different methods. Recreate the struggle to lead the way to Mirrodin’s salvation.

Duel Decks: Zendikar vs Eldrazi

Drawing on the powerful mana that surges through the roiling land, Zendikar's forces have joined together to defend their plane. The Eldrazi titans, trapped for thousands of years, have broken their bonds. Now their numberless spawn begin to overrun Zendikar. Can Zendikar resist this onslaught? Or will the Eldrazi triumph?

Duels of the Planeswalkers

Ignite Your Spark with Magic 2014—Duels of the Planeswalkers and join Chandra Nalaar in a quest for revenge, introducing you to new stories and new characters! This latest version of Magic's hit Duels of the Planeswalkers video game franchise introduces players to the new sealed play game mode and makes Magic available for the very first time on Android tablet devices.

Eternal Masters

Welcome to Eternal Masters! This exciting new reprint set will allow players to play with some of the most historic cards in the history of Magic.

From the Vault: Angels

The set contains 15 famous and infamous Angels, all of which are printed using the Magic 2015 style card frame. Each card has been printed using a foil process unique to the From the Vault series. Five cards feature new art. From the Vault: Angels is the eighth From the Vault set. It was released on August 21, 2015.

From the Vault: Annihilation

Beyond Destruction Looms Annihilation. Harness the savage power of fifteen of the most brutal Magic™ cards ever unleashed. From the Vault: Annihilation is the seventh From the Vault set. It was released on August 22, 2014. Browse From the Vault: Annihilation singles here!

From the Vault: Dragons

Celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Magic: The Gathering with the “From the Vault: Dragons” limited edition boxed set. Inside, you’ll encounter 15 dragon cards printed in distinctive foil, including a sneak preview dragon from the upcoming Shards of Alara expansion.

From the Vault: Exiled

It is said there were once fifteen Magic: The Gathering cards so potent, they were banned or restricted from the known realms of competition. But in the years that have passed, the game has evolved and these elder cards are once again in play. Master these weapons from ages past and give your opponent a beating of historic proportions. From the Vault: Exiled features 15 premium foil cards, each one having been banned or restricted from organized play at some point in Magic's history.

From the Vault: Legends

There are some allies whose power is legendary. Assembled here are fifteen of the most powerful legends in Magic history, legends heralded for their devastating powers and fearsome abilities. As a Planeswalker, you have searched the Multiverse for such allies. That search is finally at an end. This limited-edition set also contains an exclusive preview card, a mythic rare from Innistrad.

From the Vault: Lore

Delve deeper into the events that shaped the Multiverse—and show your opponents that those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it! This limited-edition set includes cards from throughout Magic's history that are renowned for both their power and the stories behind them. Surprise your foes with blasts from the past they'll have to see to believe.

From the Vault: Realms

From the Farthest Reaches of the Multiverse. Most planes of existence have their own wondrous places. But only Planeswalkers can travel to lands beyond their own and call on their mana from across the Æther. You have seen dozens of realms, and those of your kind have told you of dozens more. Your bonds to these lands are the root of your power.

From the Vault: Relics

All powerful. All famous. All incredibly rare. These are some of the mightiest weapons of the Planeswalkers. From the Vault: Relics contains fifteen battle-tested artifacts, culled from throughout the history of Magic: The Gathering. This limited-edition set also contains an exclusive preview card, a mythic rare from Scars of Mirrodin.

From the Vault: Twenty

For the twentieth birthday of Magic: The Gathering, we've got a special twenty-card From the Vault! Draw on the power of twenty influential Magic cards to give your decks an edge. Each was a key part of a premier tournament-winning deck from each of the past twenty years. Now you can learn their secrets, harness their strengths, and use them to defeat your enemies!

Japanese Duel Decks: Jace vs Chandra [Japanese]

This is the Japanese Version of the deck. Which Planeswalker Will Prevail? Jace Beleren, prodigy of mental magic torn between good and evil. Chandra Nalaar, sharp-witted pyromancer with a smoldering chip on her shoulder. Both carry with them a vast arsenal of devastating spells. Neither ever accepts defeat. Chance has pitted one against the other, but you’ll determine the outcome.

Modern Event Deck

Get started with the deep-strategy Modern format in style! Draw on rare, high-powered Magic cards from past sets with this tightly constructed 60-card deck. Also includes a 15-card sideboard, strategy guide, Spindown life counter, 80 exclusive card sleeves, 5 double-sided tokens, and a deck box. We are excited to introduce a new deck product to support the Modern format. This is meant to be in-line with the Event Decks we have released for specific sets except this is not set-specific and is for Modern rather than for Standard.

Modern Masters

229 Reprint Cards for the Modern Format, many with new art. Cards are reprints from Eighth Edition through Alara Reborn. New never before printed tokens 15-card booster packs, one premium per pack Designed to be drafted.

Modern Masters 2015

Modern Masters 2015 Edition takes players back to some of the most remarkable planes from recent history, including Zendikar, Mirrodin, Ravnica, Lorwyn, Kamigawa, and Alara. Featuring new artwork on a number of cards, every card in Modern Masters 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.

Modern Masters 2017

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.

Planechase 2009

Four game packs were released on September 4, 2009: "Elemental Thunder", "Metallic Dreams", "Strike Force", and "Zombie Empire". Each game pack comes with a 60-card preconstructed deck, 10 plane cards, a planar die, and multi-player rules. The cards within each preconstructed deck are all reprints from various Magic sets. All of the cards are black bordered and tournament legal in their original formats.

Planechase 2012

Four new Planechase game packs were released on June 1, 2012. Each comes with a 60-card preconstructed deck, 8 all-new plane cards, two phenomenon cards, a planar die, and multi-player rules. Unlike the original Planechase release, these decks contain 21 new cards spread among them. Each of the new decks highlights a returning mechanic from Magic's history.

Planechase - Planes

These oversized Planes cards are used in the Planechase variant game of Magic.

Planechase Anthology

Cards from the 2016 release of Planechase Anthology

Planechase Anthology - Planes

Planes from the 2016 release of Planechase Anthology

Portal 1

Portal and Portal The Second Age where the first two releases of the Magic: The Gathering introductory level game set. The latest release of this product is now called Starter.

Portal Second Age

Portal and Portal The Second Age where the first two releases of the Magic: The Gathering introductory level game set. The latest release of this product is now called Starter.

Portal 3 Kingdoms

Portal Three Kingdoms is a starter-level Magic product based on the famous Chinese epic of the Three Kingdoms. It contains 180 cards depicting the events and characters of the Three Kingdoms story. Renowned Chinese artists have created illustrations for the entire set.

Premium Deck Series: Fire and Lightning

Baked or fried? You choose how to burn down your opponents with this powerful, 60-card, all-foil deck. It contains famous flames, bolts, and beats from across Magic history, including several never before released in foil! Blaze your path to victory and serve your foes well done.

Premium Deck Series: Graveborn

Legions of corpses await your sinister commands. This 60-card, all-foil deck entombs, exhumes, and reanimates some of the most powerful Magic creatures from all five colors of mana. Harvest your graveyard for an assortment of these face-beaters as you walk over a field of bones to claim your victory.

Premium Deck Series: Slivers

It contains an all-foil 60-cards deck including 5 rare cards and 1 mythic rare and comes with a spindown life counter and a foil deck box.

Starter 1999

If you are a new Magic: The Gathering trading card game player, then the action starts here. In this intense game of strategy, players command powerful creatures as they do battle to reduce each other's score from 20 to 0. Each player uses a unique deck of cards designed with plenty of strategic game play options. You choose how to battle, but don't underestimate the luck of the draw!

Starter 2000

If you are a new Magic: The Gathering trading card game player, then the action starts here. Grab a friend. Open a deck. Everything for two players is in the MagicStarter Trading Card Game. You each get one of the illustrated decks. No board. No spinner. Just you, your opponent, the cards, and some ingenuity. The action hits fast and furious as you fight to reduce your opponent's score from 20 to 0 using powerful creatures and spells.

Unglued

Serious Fun for Eggspert Players! The new Unglued supplement for the Magic: The Gathering; TCG takes a humorous look at serious competition. But don't let that fool you. A no-holds-barred look at the Magic TCG, black-bordered and highly collectible land cards, Chicken cards, plus a ton of contests and special events equals serious Unglued fun. Make sure you're in on the joke.

Unhinged

After ten years. Wait, make that thousands of years, the war between the donkeys and the monkeys has escalated to the point where, um, where parrots have turned carnviorous and pigs are forced to wear togas. You see, there's war and chaos and fighting. Lots of fighting. Let's see... oh, there's five factions that have evolved as the chaotic war wages on. We haven't been to this plane before and who knows when we're coming back, so I'm not sure what impact it has with the larger Magic story. I'm sure some object in the world is a piece of Karn somehow. Who am I kidding? There's probably like five of you still reading. Look, I'll be honest with you. Unhinged has no story. There's no novel forthcoming. Nothing has any logic to it. There's no point to anything. It's just funny. It's unlike any Magic expansion you've ever played. Well, except Unglued. It's a lot like Unglued. But bigger. And weirder. And funnier.

Vangard Singles

These cards are not tournament legal. The Vanguard format allows players to play with a special extra "card" that modifies the rules of the game just for them. You enter a Vanguard game with a normal constructed deck in the format of your choice, plus a preselected Vanguard card. Players must agree on which format (Standard, Modern, Legacy or Vintage) they will use to build their decks. The oversized (3" x 5") Vanguard cards aren't played like regular cards. Instead, each player chooses one of the character cards before the match begins and plays under the conditions set by that card. A Vanguard card modifies your starting (and maximum) hand size, as well as your starting life total. It also contains one or more abilities. Sometimes they're abilities that you can play; sometimes they're abilities that just change aspects of the game. Any abilities printed on a Vanguard card work exactly like those of an in-play Magic card. Note, however, that Vanguard cards are colorless, aren't permanents, aren't in play, and aren't even really cards — so they can't be affected by spells or abilities.

Welcome Deck 2016

World Championship

World Championship Decks were specially packaged versions of four of the top ranked decks used during the Magic World Championships, released by Wizards of the Coast for the years 1997 through 2004. The cards produced were gold-bordered versions, and thus are not legal for use in DCI-sanctioned tournaments. The cards were also stamped with the player's autograph. Each competitor's release included their 60-card deck and 15-card sideboard, 12 blank proxy cards, and cards with a printed decklist, a biography of the player, and an overview of the four decks release for their respective year. Due to the larger than usual collection of 90 cards per product the deck boxes for World Championship Decks were slightly larger in size than typical Theme deck boxes of the era.

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