D&D / MtG Crossover???!?!

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Looks like two worlds may collide again, this time in the form of the card-flopping game Magic the Gathering.

A few months back, we did a review of Dungeon & Dragons Mythic Odysseys of Theros, which was a campaign setting set in the familiar landscape found withing Magic the Gathering.

This go around, Dungeons & Dragons visits the world of Magic the Gathering!

 

Characters and experiences of the world’s greatest roleplaying game will soon collide with the world’s greatest card game on MTG Arena July 8 and in local game stores worldwide on July 23.

  • June 29: Previews begin
  • July 8: Available on MTG Arena and Magic Online
  • July 16–18: Webcam Prerelease play through SpellTable beta
  • July 16–22: Prerelease Week, including in-store play (where available)
  • July 23: Worldwide release

Want to see some of the cards?  Here ya go!

AFR Plains 265AFR Island 269AFR Swamp 273AFR Mountain 277

AFR Forest 281

There are four of each basic land in the set of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms and the flavor text helps brings the storytelling and roleplaying of Dungeons & Dragons to Magic to the forefront, and hey.. a crafty Dungeon Master could easily use that flavor text as inspiration for a future adventure for their players! 

Portable HolePower Word KillProsperous Innkeeper

 

Dungeons & Dragons contains thousands of items, abilities, spells, and monsters and while they couldn’t cram that much variety into Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, there are quite a few that role players will recognize.

One such monster that players of D&D should recognize is…

Tiamat!

 

Tiamat

She even has a full card art variant:

Borderless Tiamat

Wizards is keeping the Baleful Beholder’s card text a mystery for now, but here is the artwork:

Classic Rulebook Baleful Beholder

 

Let’s take a quick look at some of the products where you’ll find these treasures and monsters.

AFR Draft Booster displayAFR Set Booster display

AFR Collector Booster displayAFR Bundle

AFR Prerelease Pack

There is also a Theme Booster for each color—plus a sixth we’re excited to share more about later.

Finally, we couldn’t explore the multiplayer fun of Dungeons & Dragons without a special nod to multiplayer Magic with four new Commander decks alongside the release of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. Created to line up alongside Strixhaven‘s Commander decks, these are powerful decks for current Commander players ready to form a party for an unforgettable journey:

  • Aura of Courage
  • Dungeons of Death
  • Draconic Rage
  • Planar Portal

There is one more card to show you, though: it’s the Buy-a-Box promotional card for Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is one that will make heads roll for sure.

Main Set Vorpal SwordExtended-art Vorpal SwordBuy-a-Box Vorpal Sword

There’s much more in store for the cards of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, so stay tuned to this site to see the latest crossover news!

 

In the mean time.. you can also watch our youtube vid of this crossover event:

Thanks and flop those cards!