In this video, WPN Community Manager, Nelson Brown, guides you through the full product lineup, explains what type of fan each product is best suited for, and shares where to find all the special card treatments. You’ll also get a sneak peek at special art cards featuring D&D creature stat blocks!
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Hi, I'm Nelson Brown! Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is the biggest collaboration ever between Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons. Let's break down the products and what makes each one special.
Theme Boosters are perfect for newer players. This time around, we have one in each color, and a sixth which is Dungeon-themed.
Our flagship product is the Set Booster. Set Boosters contain twelve total cards, one of which is always foil, and the chance for multiple rares or mythics. Plus, each Set Booster comes with a gorgeous art card. For players who want to expand their collections, this is where to start.
Draft Boosters are ideal for play, namely Booster Draft and Sealed. We know players love foils, so now one in three Draft Boosters contains a foil card.
Collector Boosters give players direct access to the hottest cards. They're the only place to find extended art cards, and each pack includes showcase and borderless frame cards and has a foil token.
Bundles are the ultimate fan kit, jam-packed with goodies. They've got 10 Draft Boosters, 20 Foil Lands, 20 Regular Lands, 1 Foil Promo Card, a D20 die, and 3 oversized Dungeon cards.
Commander decks let players hop right into Commander play with their friends. Each one of the four decks has two foil legendary cards, a display commander, and a life wheel.
Adventures in the Forgotten Realms brings amazing showcase frames to the table. I love the classic module lands, found in Draft, Set, and Collector Boosters.
The rulebook art showcase frames are also found in Draft, Set, and Collector Boosters.
Borderless cards, including epic Borderless Dragons and Planeswalkers, are found in—you guessed it—Draft, Set, and Collector Boosters.
But extended art cards can only be found in Collector Boosters.
That's everything epic in Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. Get ready, the set releases on July 23!