agic 2014 is coming up next month, and here's a little sneak peek with a look at just what its packaging will look like! Your first chance to look at and play with a lot of new cards from Magic 2014 Core Set will be the upcoming Magic 2014—Duels of the Planeswalkers. We'll be going into previews for the set in a month for the first week of July and it will be on sale starting July 19, 2013!
This looks like an Angel, perhaps even an Archangel! I can tell because of the wings and sword.
That fiery visage can only be Chandra!
With the metal helmet and furry clothing it looks to be Garruk in all his bestial menace.
Oooh now this one is definitely not obvious. What the heck is that thing?
A knight in full battle armor with a sword of awesomeness from the looks of it.
Sure you all look at booster packs, but the way you all will come to see Magic 2014 Core Set the most is clearly with packs in a box, like above.
When you just need a quick way to play with you and your buddy you can grab the Booster Battle Pack.
And then of course is the beloved fat pack, which shows off a number of our awesome Chandra artwork. She's kind of a big deal with this core set, in case you didn't know.
Inside the Fat pack is:
- Player’s Guide with complete visual encyclopedia
Magic 2014 Core Set card box
- Nine Magic 2014 Core Set booster packs
- Eighty-card basic land pack
- Special edition Spindown life counter
- Two deck boxes
Rounding out this look at packaging is the new packaging for the Deck Builder's Toolkit. More of the awesome firey treatment and Chandra being awesome.
It will contain:
- 125 semi-randomized cards suitable for building several different Magic decks
- Four 15-card booster packs from a variety of recent Magic: The Gathering sets
- 100 basic land cards to help you cast your spells
- Deck builder’s guide with tips about building the best Magic decks
Magic "learn to play" guide
- Full-art reusable card storage box
This was just a look ahead to the upcoming core set going on sale July 19, 2013!
Patrick "Trick" Jarrett joined Wizards of the Coast in 2011, taking over the reins as DailyMTG.com editor-in-chief. He oversees the daily content while also working to develop larger web projects for Magic.