Magic The Gathering Crimson Vow

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    Innistrad: Crimson Vow is the 90th Magic expansion. It is expected to be released on November 19, 2021, and is paired up with Innistrad: Midnight Hunt that released two months earlier.


    The codename for Innistrad: Crimson Vow ("Clubs") deviates from the regular alphabetic sports naming convention, because the set was conceived after the following codenames were already established. The set was announced with the provisional name Innistrad: Vampires on September 1, 2020. Based on the registration of public domains on September 18, 2020, the final name was speculated to be Innistrad: Crimson Vow. This was finally confirmed on March 18, 2021.

    Both Innistrad sets are full size sets and they are both are Standard-legal. Although they come out only two months apart in the latter part of 2021, R&D is not changing how many sets are being added to Standard during the rotation window, but just shifted the timing around slightly. The sets are designed to draft by themselves, but they also will draft well together. The two sets are synergistic and overlap in spots. This will be further explored as parts of the sets are reprinted in the Innistrad Double Feature set that will be released in early 2022.

    Crimson Vow Bundle (Gift Edition)

    Innistrad: Crimson Vow contains 277 regular cards (100 commons, 83 uncommons, 64 rares, 20 mythic rares, 10 basic lands) and includes randomly inserted premium versions of all cards. The regular cards include 10 "Eternal Night" basic lands. Each type has two different pieces of black-and-white art with colored accents. Alternate card frames have another card number than the original version. Borderless planeswalkers are numbered #278-280, borderless dual lands are #281-285, "Fang frame" showcase cards are numbered #286-TBA, "Endless Night" showcase legendaries are #317-328, reskinned Dracula cards are #329-345 and extended artwork cards are numbered #346-397. The regular framed basic land cards from the Bundle are numbered #398-402. The Buy-a-Box card is #403 and the Bundle promo is #404. The are no FNM-treatment cards available for this set. The dark-frame Play Promos are #405-407.

    Midnight Hunt and Crimson Vow both have the same number of single-faced and double-faced commons (90 SFC/10 DFC), uncommons (60/23), rares (53/11), and mythic rares (15/5).

    The black and white horror movie inspired "Eternal Night" showcase cards are all basic lands and legendary creatures that aren't a Vampire. The spikey "fang" showcase cards with gothic architecture elements feature each of the 30 vampires in the main set, as well as Sorin the Mirthless.

    Rules change
    A change to how token naming works avoids that you can Pithing Needle Blood tokens.

    Crimson Vow continues the new Innistrad storyline begun in Innistrad: Midnight Hunt. As humanity turned to the hope of rituals and a Harvesttide festival to save them from the Eternal Night in Midnight Hunt, those that stalk from shadows aren't just the mindless zombies and frenetic werewolves, but also the eternally undead with calculating, grand designs of their own. This set features the biggest vampire wedding in Innistrad history, a bonding between the Markov and Voldaren bloodlines. Olivia Voldaren is the bride, and aims to form a pact with the Markovs to take control over Innistrad. "The bride pledges her heart to the groom and he, his undying affection to her. Blood and famine, violence and peace—In eternal life and through moment's struggle, the two shall rule this land until its people are no more. The Heron's blood make it so."

    The cards that represent the Story Spotlights in Crimson Vow are:

    By Invitation Only
    Edgar's Awakening
    Glorious Sunrise
    Katilda, Dawnhart Martyr
    Katilda's Rising Dawn
    Resistance Squad
    Sigarda's Imprisonment
    Sigarda's Summons
    Voldaren Estate
    Wedding Invitation
    Crimson Vow is sold in regular 16-card Draft Boosters (one card being a marketing card), Theme Boosters, Collector Boosters, Set Boosters, the Crimson Vow Bundle (including a Gift Edition), and two Commander decks.[13] The Draft Boosters feature artwork depicting Sorin Markov. They contain two double-faced cards in each and every pack. The Set Boosters feature art depicting Olivia Voldaren, and the Collector Boosters feature a stylized depiction of a wedding. The Theme Boosters feature art from TBA (5 color vampires), TBA ({W}), TBA ({U}), Bloodvial Purveyor ({B}), TBA ({R}) and TBA ({G}). With the release of Crimson Vow, 75 cards were rotated into The List, many of which were thematically or mechanically linked to the set. These can be found in the Set Boosters. In addition, eight cards with the VOC code can be found in the Set and Collector Boosters that aren't found in the Innistrad: Crimson Vow Commander decks.

    Dracula cards
    Main article: Innistrad: Crimson Vow/Box Toppers
    Each booster box contains a box topper. These skinned cards, called the Dracula Series, feature Dracula themed "skins" on reprints of regular cards. The name of the original card is featured in a small font below the Dracula name of the card. The skin name is considered flavor text and has no effect on game play.

    There are 18 total Dracula series cards in Innistrad: Crimson Vow inspired by beloved characters from the 1897 novel, and they can be obtained in a few different ways. 17 of these cards can be found in Collector Boosters (both foil and non-foil) and the single-card Box Topper boosters (foil), while the eighteenth card is only available as a Buy-a-Box promotion.

    Draft Booster - $125.00
    Set Booster - $140.00
    Collector Booster - $280.00
    Pre-Release Kit - $25.00
    Commander Deck (Set of 2) - $85.00
    Bundle Box - $45.00
    Gift Edition Bundle Box - $65.00
    Buy a Box Promo Card (While Stocks Last) - $0.00

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