Magic: The Gathering's Unstable is Currently on Its Third Print Run

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Unstable, the third silver-bordered Magic: The Gathering Un-set, has been well-received not only for its fun draft gameplay, crazy mechanics, and fun designs but also for the gorgeous full-art basic lands illustrated by John Avon.


Today, Magic: The Gathering head designer Mark Rosewater has confirmed on his Blogatog page that Unstable is currently on its third print run thanks to the set's high demand. He went on to say that there might be a fourth Unstable print run if there's enough demand for it. Because of Unstable's success, it's safe to assume that the fourth Un-set won't have trouble getting approved. However, they would have to come up with a new and unique set of basic lands that would make people buy the new Un-set.

I've heard many players talk about how fun it is to draft Unstable. I'd probably order a box for a big party with my friends who play Magic: The Gathering.

Have you drafted Unstable before? Or do you just want to get the awesome basic lands from this set? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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