The Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Collector Booster Box contains 12 Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Collector Boosters. Each Collector Booster contains 15 Magic: The Gathering cards and 1 traditional foil double-sided token, with a combination of 5 cards of rarity Rare or higher, 2–7 Uncommons, 2–7 Common cards, and 1 Land card.
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The Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Set Booster Box contains 30 Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Set Boosters. Each Set Booster contains 12 Magic cards, 1 Art Card, and 1 token, ad card, Helper card, or special card from Magic's history (a card from "The List"). Each pack contains a combination of 1–4 cards of rarity Rare or higher, 2–7 Uncommons, 3–8 Commons, and 1 Land card. One non–Art Card and non–Land card of any rarity is traditional foil. A foil-stamped Signature Art Card replaces the Art Card in 5% of Set Boosters. A card from The List replaces the token or ad card in 25% of Set Boosters.
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The Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Draft Booster Box contains 36 Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Draft Boosters (540 cards total). Each Draft Booster contains 15 Magic cards and 1 token, Helper card, or ad card, with a combination of 1 card of rarity Rare or higher, 3–4 Uncommons, 9–10 Common cards, and 1 Land card. A traditional foil card of any rarity replaces a Common in 33% of Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Draft Boosters.
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Become what you fear in a gothic horror set overrun with werewolves, warlocks, and spooky mechanics
Just draft, add lands, and let the hunt begin
The Hunt Begins
The dark approaches withInnistrad: Midnight Hunt, the first of two full card set releases returning to the iconic gothic horror plane.
It's time for the Harvesttide Festival, where the besieged humans of Innistrad hope to ward off the coming dark. Far beyond the village walls, werewolves and other horrors roam free.
As the days get ever shorter, will you fight the creatures that lurk in the shadows... or become one?
Double-Faced Werewolf Cards
Never trust a first impression on the plane of Innistrad—any creature you meet may have another, darker side.
Whether it’s werewolves or the humans determined to keep fighting them—even after death—Innistrad: Midnight Huntis full of double-faced cards.
All of the werewolf creature cards inMidnight Huntare double-faced cards, plus a double-faced planeswalker card for legendary local werewolf, Arlinn.
On one side, you’ll meet the werewolf’s human form, but flip the card over and you’ll unleash the beast that lies within.
Showcase Cards—Harvesttide & Classic Horror
Showcase Eternal Night Cards
Collect cards with black and white art inspired by classic horror films.
AllInnistrad: Midnight HuntDraft, Set, and Collector Boosters contain one Showcase Full-Art Eternal Night Basic Land with stylized black and white art and a special high gloss treatment that makes their pin lines and mana symbols shine.
You may also find Showcase Eternal Night legendary creatures in some Draft, Set, and Collector Boosters!
Showcase Equinox Cards
Showcase Equinox cards feature frames draped with decorations for the Harvesttide festival, and ornate linework colored to perfectly complement their striking alternate-art.
Every Werewolf and Warlock card in the set has both a regular and Equinox version. Collector Boosters contain at least three of these showcase Equinox cards in every pack, and may contain up to five. Equinox Werewolf and Equinox Warlock cards can also be found in some Draft and Set Boosters.
Sink your teeth intoInnistrad:Midnight Hunt’s gothic themes with horror-inspired mechanics.
Daybound/Nightbound:Werewolves look just like any other human during the day, but as the moon rises, you’ll see them transform.
Cards with the Daybound/Nightbound mechanic are double-sided cards with one side that surfaces in the Day and another side that takes over at Night.
Whether it’s Day or Night depends on how many spells a player has cast on their turn—cast none, and it becomes Night next turn. Cast at least two, and next turn the sun will rise on a new Day.
Coven:Gather your coven to battle the darkness together—the “coven” keyword grants benefits for controlling three or more creatures with different powers at the start of combat on your turn.
Disturb:With their home in such danger, even Innistrad’s dead can’t rest. Double-sided creature cards with “disturb” can be cast from your graveyard for their disturb cost—returning to the battlefield transformed into Spirits.
Decayed:Summon waves of decayed zombies that fall apart in battle—a creature with “decayed” cannot block and, when it attacks, must be sacrificed at the end of combat.
Look inside the Pokémon TCG: Trainer's Toolkit to discover exactly what you need to transform your card collection into playable, fun, and winning Pokémon Trading Card Game decks! Inside the box, you'll find an abundance of Trainer cards and Energy cards, plus a Deck Builder's Guide to putting them all together to create a deck that showcases your best Pokémon. You'll also find everything you need to help answer the tough questions: More powerhouse Pokémon? More strategic Trainer cards? How much Energy is too much? Embrace the challenge and fun of head-to-head competition with the Pokémon TCG: Trainer's Toolkit.
The Pokémon TCG: Trainer's Toolkit includes:
More than 50 useful cards to power up your decks, including dozens of Trainer cards and 2 copies of Crobat V
More than 100 Energy cards, including Special Energy
4 Pokémon TCG booster packs to expand your collection
Explore famous dungeons in search of treasure and glory.Adventures in the Forgotten Realmsintroduces a dungeon-delving keyword and three dungeons that seasoned D&D adventurers may recognize—Tomb of Annihilation, Dungeon of the Mad Mage, and Lost Mine of Phandelver.
When a card tells you to “venture into the dungeon,” you’ll use a special Dungeon card to mark your path. Choose which room to explore next, triggering that room’s effect as you enter.
Do you step into the Goblin Lair to create a 1/1 red Goblin creature token? Or explore the mine tunnels to create a Treasure token? Not only will you get perks for exploring, but some cards have abilities that reward your dungeon crawls.
The Rise of Red Skull campaign expansion boasts a massive infusion of new content for your games of Marvel Champions. Hawkeye and Spider-Woman join your roster of heroes with fully pre-built and ready-to-play player decks stuffed with new cards. Whether you’re playing these new heroes or relying on old favorites, you can test their mettle against five brand-new villains: Crossbones, Absorbing Man, Taskmaster, Zola, and Red Skull. Each of these five scenarios offers a unique challenge, and while you can simply choose a villain to battle, this campaign expansion lives up to its name with the introduction of campaign mode to Marvel Champions: The Card Game.
Where Draft Boosters are built for booster drafts, Set Boosters are built specifically to be fun to open. Each one has an art card, a chance for extra rares, thematically connected commons and uncommons, and some even have an interesting card fromMagic's history.
If you want to draft, get Draft Boosters. If you want to crack packs just for the thrill of seeing what's inside, get Set Boosters.
Marvel Champions: The Card Game is a cooperative Living Card Game that sees players embody Marvel heroes battling to thwart the schemes of dastardly villains. In the game, players will call on iconic allies, harness powerful weapons and armor, and unleash devastating tactics as they battle to defeat the villains of the Marvel universe. In every scenario of Marvel Champions: The Card Game, the heroes face a powerful villain pushing a unique scheme, as well as their own personal enemies that can be shuffled into the hero deck. On every turn, players will have to decide whether to play as a superhero and fight the villain directly, or change into their alter-ego to recover damage, prepare their forces, and fight the villain indirectly—presenting an interesting strategic decision every turn. If the heroes can defeat the villain before they complete their dastardly scheme, the heroes win the game.
343 x Cards 30 x Status Cards 62 x Damage Tokens 16 x All-Purpose Counters 33 x Threat Tokens 5 x Acceleration Tokens 1 x First Player Token 4 x Player Hit Point Dials 1 x Villain Hit Point Dial 1 x Rulebook