16 Dec 2020 2:00 PM +00:00 UTC

Additional Magic: The Gathering Cards For Kaldheim Set and Theme Boosters Revealed

Wizards of the Coast has only revealed a few Magic: The Gathering cards that you can get from the Draft Boosters of the upcoming Norse mythology-inspired set, Kaldheim, but today, the company has just revealed the additional cards that you can get from set's Set Boosters and Theme Boosters.

Wizards revealed that they're trying something new with Set Boosters in Kaldheim. "Like Theme Boosters, there is a section of the Set Booster experience that follows a theme," DailyMTG content manager Blake Rasmussen said. "This is a set of 6 common and uncommon cards centered around one or more of the set's themes (commons connect with commons and uncommons with uncommons). Like the unique Theme Booster cards, we're including some of these unique cards for Set Boosters that help bolster those themes and provide connectivity among the uncommons. These unique cards are all uncommon. The unique rares listed below will be found in the "headhunter slot" for Set Boosters."

These cards will be numbered 374-393 and can be found in both Kaldheim Set and Theme Boosters. They are legal in all formats in which Kaldheim is legal.

Check out the additional cards:

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If the mechanics of these cards reflect the ones we get from the Kaldheim Draft Boosters, we can tell that the set will feature tribes like Elves, Giants, Angels, and Berserkers. There might be also some new Vehicle cards in the set other than the ones we see here.

What do you think about these additional cards for Kaldheim Set Booster and Theme Booster?

Wizards introduced The List with the release of the Zendikar Rising, the first set to have a Set Booster. You can check out the full list of cards in The List here.

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