Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, the first-ever D&D-themed set to be released in Magic: The Gathering history, has its physical release today, July 23. In celebration of the set's release, Magic Untapped opens a set booster box to see what treasures lay inside.
The set contains 402 cards (281 "normal" cards plus another 121 worth of variants, promos, and whatnot). That includes the buy-a-box promo, the alternate art Vorpal Sword, which is included as a bonus when you purchase a box from your LGS.
Top "normal" cards (that is, non-foil and with the standard card frame), value-wise, for the set at time of publication include:
- Tiamat ($27.80)
- Old Gnawbone ($23.83)
- Demilitch ($21.65)
- Inferno of the Star Mounts ($14.00)
- The Book of Exalted Deeds ($13.43)
Magic Untapped spent $129.99 on this Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set booster box from Great Escape Games in Sacramento, California.
Do we crack all of the set's top cards and get nothing but value, or are we drinking our own salty tears by the time the final pack is opened? Find out in the video below.
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