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What’s new about Magic: The Gathering, from the return of the dinosaurs to the mystery of Middle Earth

What’s new about Magic: The Gathering, from the return of the dinosaurs to the mystery of Middle Earth

Get the news that Magic: The Gathering is set to close out 2023 and start the new year. Are you ready for new adventures?

What do dinosaurs, guilds and Lord of the Rings have in common? No, it’s not the beginning of a joke. Magic: An explosive mix that the collection decided to include in the next collections.

MagicCon: Vegas was the perfect setting to introduce you to the new adventures that await you. But what’s really up to this collectible card game?

Dinosaurs on View: The Lost Caves of Ixalan

Imagine a world where dinosaurs are the real kings and compete for hidden treasures. We’re talking about The Lost Caverns of Ixalan Collection, which is set to launch globally on November 17th. Not only will old familiars return from many varsities, but new cards will also be introduced, inspired by the Jurassic World franchise, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

In addition to dinosaurs, they add vampires and mermaids to the deck. The collection is inspired by Mesoamerican and South American cultures, presenting a corner of biodiversity full of variety and diversity. In fact, the presentation events in Wizards Play Network (WPN) stores will begin on November 10, a week before the official launch. Get ready to see dinos like never before!

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Magic of Middle Earth: The Lord of the Rings

Want to relive the epic battles of Middle-earth on a gaming board? Then The Lord of the Rings: Tales from Middle-earth is your collection. This holiday event includes unlimited scene cards that recreate pivotal moments in the story, such as “The Might of Galadriel” or “Aragon at Helm’s Deep” on November 3rd.

But also suitable for beginners and experts Jumpstart Vol. 2 version will be released. This version adds five more themes to your games: Mortals, Rogues, Orcs, Knights, and Elves. Additionally, scrolls of Middle-earth, alternately designed cards that mimic the pages of an ancient book, expand the game’s narrative experience. Play and Play!

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Ravnica Relearned: A New Beginning in 2024

And for those of you who were wondering, yes, Ravinica’s guilds are back. The set will launch on January 12, 2024 and will bring back some of the most popular cards from previous Ravnica sets, including Lands of Shock. But that’s not all; Cards with anime designs and retro frames are also included.

Additionally, for draft fans, this collection offers a unique experience that combines the power of the modern game with the nostalgia of ancient Ravnica. If you’ve ever wanted to join one of Ravnica’s ten factions like Azorius or Demir, this is your golden opportunity. Bring back the old school feel with retro frame cards and add new treasures to your deck with a series of anime cards.

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More details you can’t miss

In retrospect, Lost Caves of Ixalan will be focused exclusively on dinosaurs. There are also vampires and mermaids, and the cultural inspiration of Mesoamerica and South America is celebrated in the design.

On the other hand, The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth, in addition to the amazing art, also features the scrolls of Middle-earth, cards that look like they were taken straight from an old and worn book.

Finally, if you’re one of those who can’t wait, Lost Caves of Ixalan launch events will begin on November 10th at Wizards Play Network (WPN) stores.

Whether you’re looking forward to Return to Ixalan, looking forward to exploring Middle-earth, or excited about the Guilds of Ravnica, the future of Magic: The Gathering promises to be more exciting than ever. And you, are you already decking?

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