Six Things I’ve Learned About Innistrad: Crimson Vow Sealed Thus Far

As Sam Black gears up for his first major live MTG event in two years, he shares his early observations of the Innistrad: Crimson Vow Sealed format.

Halana and Alena, Partners, illustrated by Jason Rainville

This coming weekend I'll be heading to Las Vegas for my first large paper Magic event since 2019, where I'll be playing Innistrad: Crimson Vow Sealed.  I'm not very concerned with competitive Magic these days, but as someone who's been completely focused on Limited Magic for a long time, it would definitely feel good to put up a good finish at my first Limited tournament back.

I draft a lot more than I play Sealed, but I made sure to play a Sealed event on Arena before writing this to see if anything stood out.  I went undefeated with what I think was a fairly average Rakdos deck, but that experience won't be the focus on my analysis here.

I'll start with the big-picture things you need to know about Innistrad: Crimson Vow Limited.

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