Today’s Weekly MTG stream hyped up all the things coming with the 30th anniversary of Magic: The Gathering, ranging from promos, previews, and a new product that costs $999.
Blake Rasmussen was joined by Mark Rosewater and Elaine Chase of Wizards of the Coast (WotC) to go over all things Magic 30, starting with revealing all the Magic 30 promos set to release over the next couple of years.
Magic 30 Promos
The first two sets of promos for Dominaria United and The Brothers’ War had already been announced, but the entire cycle were shown off on today’s weekly stream.
Here are the Phyrexia: All Will Be One Magic 30 promos, followed by March of the Machine‘s promos.
Even The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-Earth get a set, featuring a Japanese Tarmogoyf.
From there, take a look at the promos coming for Wilds of Eldraine and Lost Caverns of Ixalan.
Finally, here is the last set coming with a set that has yet to be named publicly. The last card will have to wait to be seen.
Path To The Pro Tour Promos
The next cycle of Path to the Pro Tour promos were also unveiled. Check out Mystical Dispute, Thing in the Ice, and Snapcaster Mage.
The Brothers’ War
As promised from last Thursday’s episode of Weekly MTG, take a look at the second of three meld combinations in The Brothers’ War. Combine Phyrexian Dragon Engine with Mishra, Claimed by Gix to create Mishra, Lost to Phyrexia.
The melded form will come together and immediately give you the option of picking three modes of the six offered, all while attacking with a 9/9 creature.
Rosewater did hint that the third meld card coming in The Brothers’ War will feature green, assuring that all colors get a meld card in the set.
Next up on the Magic 30th anniversary stream hype train is Dominaria Remastered.
Revisit classic cards from Dominaria sets of old, including: Counterspell, Birds of Paradise, Sneak Attack, Swords to Plowshares, Tatyova, Benthic Druid, Time Stretch, and Jester’s Cap in this fully draftable set, similar to Time Spiral Remastered.
Modern frames, retro frames, and full art versions of cards will all be available in this upcoming release.
Magic 30 Countdown Secret Lair
What would a Magic preview stream be without a new Secret Lair drop? Check out the first look at the Secret Lair 30th Anniversary Countdown Kit.
This product delivers 30 cards featuring art and styles from previous Secret Lair drops in one nifty package. The stream previewed seven of the 30 cards with the 23 being a surprise for those that want to avoid spoilers. When the site goes live on October 24, fans can check out all the cards coming in the drop. The drop will go up for sale on November 1 and most markets should receive it by December 1. All drops include the same 30 cards, but each card has a 30 percent chance to be a foil. The Secret Lair 30th Anniversary Countdown Kit will cost $149.99.
Magic 30th Edition
The last announcement the trio saved for the stream was the Magic: 30th Anniversary Edition product. This high-end collectible combines 30 years of history in one historic package. For $999, fans get four booster packs of non-tournament legal, special backed cards from Limited Edition: Beta. Each pack will have 15 cards, 13 cards in the modern frame—one rare, three uncommons, seven commons, and two basic lands—plus one basic land in the retro frame, one additional retro frame card, and a token.
Cards included in this collection include the Power 9, the original dual lands, and other iconic cards like Armageddon, Wrath of God, Balance, Counterspell, Demonic Tutor, Dark Ritual, Fireball, Lightning Bolt, Birds of Paradise, Berserk, Sol Ring, Time Vault, and more. Check the full card image gallery here.
The Magic 30th Edition product will go on sale on November 28 and will have a limited print run. Check out 30thEdition.wizards.com for more information.
Get more information on all the announcements from the stream here on Daily MTG.