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Magic The Gathering Gatecrash Booster Display


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  • Immersive Guild experience that players love
  • Features one of the most beloved Magic settings, Ravnica
  • Contains Sough-after multicoloured spells and rare lands!
  • Set two or three in the Ravnica block
  • Contains 36 booster packs
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Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions12.5 x 20.3 x 6.9 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model numberWTC498070000
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00A64UDPW
Best Sellers Rank 172,864 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
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Date First Available17 Jan 2013
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Gatecrash™ is a large expansion featuring five multicoloured guilds and allows players to choose an allegiance to their favourite. Players will be eager to collect cards from their guild and are incentivized to attend events that increase their guilds’ status. Set two of three in the Return to Ravnica™ block, Gatecrash brings players back to the adored world of Ravnica. The storyline and setting of this “City of Guilds” has created a fervour in Magic fans. Gatecrash builds on this with new cards, characters, and stories from five guilds that players have been waiting for. Gatecrash includes dozens of multicoloured cards, one of the most popular mechanics in the history of Magic. Players love making decks with multicoloured spells, and collecting the unique lands used to cast them.

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Contains 36 x booster packs

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By Megan on 9 Aug 2014
This block has some interesting cards in it. There was a good chance for mythic rares.
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Amazon.com: 42 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Booster Box Goodness 25 May 2013
By Gregory Foster - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are looking to do a draft among friends or even just to open some packs on your own, this is an excellent (albeit expensive) way to do that. Keep in mind that a regular booster pack for a current set will typically cost four dollars from most retailers (mileage may vary at local game stores) and that a booster box consists of thirty-six booster packs. While booster boxes are technically worth $144 at MSRP (the price of thirty-six booster packs at four dollars each), most vendors consider it a bulk buy and lower the price substantially. So for the current price of ninety-six dollars you are paying two dollars and sixty-four cents per a booster pack.

This is obviously much, much cheaper than buying individual booster packs at four dollars a pop. Just do not expect to necessarily 'break even' or make a profit on opening a booster box like this one. If it were feasible to regularly do so, vendors would just open the boxes and sell the cards as singles! Thus, if you are considering buying a booster box just to expand your collection, then do not do it under the hollow assumptions of breaking even or turning a tidy profit. You buy a booster box to draft or to just have fun opening a ton of booster packs! As long as you can afford to pay up front and were going to be buying a lot of booster packs at once, this will actually cut down the cost compared to buying 'loose' or individual booster packs.

That said, with my booster box, I enjoyed opening it mightily and it was a treat to do so. If I plan on purchasing another one, you can bet I'll come to Amazon for the free shipping and the prices are usually great.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A solid expansion in the return to Ravnica! 16 Sep 2013
By Taylor Davis Mendelsohn - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this Gatecrash booster box to draft with my friends, and draft we did! This set is awesome for new players and old. My friends and I just recently got back into MTG again and this was our first box of the more recent sets. Granted, it isn’t as amazing as some of the other sets I’ve played, but it is very good.

Back in Ravnica

When Ravnica City of Guilds came out in 2005 it shook the MTG world with the introduction of hybrid mana cards, and guilds tying together the colors like never before, here we are back in Ravnica with the Return to Ravnica block!

The Second Set

While Return to Ravnica explored 5 guilds, Guild Pact explores the other 5 guilds. It might be a good idea to glance at them and their color combinations before choosing between this box and a Return to Ravnica Box. (pro-tip: the Dragon’s maze set contains all 10 guilds, but much less variety within card selection for each)

The five guilds of Gatecrash:

Boros Legion (red and white)
House Dimir (black and blue)
Gruul Clans (green and red)
Orzhov Syndicate (white and black)
Simic Combine (blue and green)

New Mechanics

5 new mechanics were introduced in the Gatecrash set, here is a summary of them and what they do.

Battalion- whenever this creature and at least two other creatures attack, blah blah blah happens.

Extort- whenever you play a spell, you may pay 1 white or black mana for each permanent in play with extort and steal X life from your opponents.

Evolve- whenever a creature comes into play that has a power or toughness greater than this creature, put a +1/+1 counter on this creature.

Cipher- You can exile (remove from the game) this spell after you cast it and then encode it on a creature you control, whenever that creature deals combat damage to a player, the creature’s controller may cast a copy of the card without paying the mana cost.

Bloodrush- You can discard this card for its ‘bloodrush’ cost and give extra stats to a creature you control, usually +x/+x or something similar. (This is used as an instant, and only on ‘attacking’ creatures)

Conclusion

I might be a bit of a fan boy, but I love Ravnica, and I love the idea of my deck meaning something, being a part of a guild or an alliance of 2 or 3 guilds against other. That added to the fact that this set is incredibly fun and easy to draft with made this box a real winner with my friends and I. All of the above being said, this wasn’t better than the first Ravnica, and it wasn’t better than Shards of Alara, or Mirrodin, etc. It is a very good set, but it doesn’t rank among the best

Purchasing Tip: 95 bucks with free shipping is about as good as it gets for a product like this, not to mention that if you buy 2, draft 1 and put the other in the closet for a couple years, it might be worth 200 bucks in a few years!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Best Present 6 Mar 2013
By Happy Shopper - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this for my boyfriends Valentine's present. Not only was this the best gift but he was the envy of all this friends.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Received as expected 14 April 2013
By John I. Quebedeaux Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
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Was as expected, not much more to comment on this - my son enjoyed opening them and collecting them and playing them.!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
grate 27 July 2013
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
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It was a good product. Very good addition to the collection. I will order another if needed and will add it to my collection.
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