As part of an ongoing series of weekly changes, Wizards of the Coast (WotC) has announced the updates and changes for Week 14 of Innistrad: Crimson Vow on Magic Online.
Black Is Magic Celebration
During the month of February, Magic Online users will be able to earn copies of all the cards in the Black Is Magic Secret Lair by simply playing games of Magic. Players that log one match during each week of the month will earn the entire Secret Lair drop. Each week rewards one card and combinations of weeks award the others. The reward breakdown looks like this:
- Week 1: Shalai, Voice of Plenty
- Week 2: Cultivate
- Week 3: Path of Ancestry
- Week 4: Ponder
- Two-Week Combo: Kaya, Ghost Assassin
- Three-Week Combo: Sol Ring
- Four-Week Combo: Teferi, Hero of Dominaria
Treasure Chest Updates
The Magic Online Treasure Chest rewards have been updated for the upcoming release of Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. You can view the updates on the Treasure Chest page here.
Innistrad: Double Feature Events
Innistrad: Double Feature events are ending tomorrow, February 9. You can view details for each event below.
- Entry Options: 12 Event Tickets or 120 Play Points
- 3 Wins – 240 Play Points, 3 MOCS Season 1 Qualifier Points, 1 Competitive Trophy
- 2 Wins – 80 Play Points
- Entry Options: 24 Event Tickets or 240 Play Points
- 5 Wins – 540 Play Points, 5 MOCS Season 1 QP, 1 Competitive Trophy
- 4 Wins – 360 Play Points, 2 MOCS Season 1 QP
- 3 Wins – 150 Play Points, 1 MOCS Season 1 QP
Single-Elimination Draft Queue
- Entry Options: 15 Event Tickets or 150 Play Points
- 1st Place – 480 Play Points, 3 MOCS Season 1 QP, 1 Competitive Trophy
- 2nd Place – 240 Play Points, 1 MOCS Season 1 QP
Until Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty goes live on February 10, Limited Preliminaries will continue to feature Modern Horizons 2 and will cost 45 Event Tickets and 450 Play Points to enter.
Upcoming Premier Play Events
|DATE||TIME (PT)||TIME (UTC)||EVENT||FORMAT||INVITATION|
|Saturday, February 12||7:00 AM||15:00||Pioneer Qualifier||Pioneer||New Capenna Championship (MTG Arena)|
|Sunday, February 13||7:00 AM||15:00||Modern Qualifier||Modern||New Capenna Championship (MTG Arena)|
Format Challenges are scheduled to run every weekend for the foreseeable future and are the “first step to qualifying for Premier Play.” The schedule for upcoming Format Challenges can be found below:
|12:00 AM||Vintage Challenge|
|2:00 AM||Pauper Challenge|
|4:00 AM||32-Player Legacy Challenge||Modern Challenge|
|6:00 AM||Standard Challenge||Pioneer Challenge|
|8:00 AM||Modern Challenge||Legacy Challenge|
|10:00 AM||Vintage Challenge||Pauper Challenge|
|2:00 PM||Pioneer Challenge||Standard Challenge|
- Pauper and Standard Challenges are never pre-empted.
- Saturday Legacy Challenges require 32 players and give prizes to Top 32.
- Sunday Legacy Challenges require 64 players and give prizes to Top 64.
The next downtime is scheduled for February 9 at 9 AM through noon.
Read the original article from WotC.