Mike's Comics and Games will be hosting a midnight release of Rivals of Ixalan, the latest expansion for Magic: The Gathering on January 19th after Thursday Night Open Play. Be the first to purchace the new cards, and receive a special promo card for buying a box of boosters.

Bundle packs, single booster packs, and planeswalker decks will also be available.

Rivals of Ixalan will be legal for play upon release, and can be used at FNM that night.

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"Exterminate!" They muttered about their sacred hatred, the Oncoming Storm. Their creator had a plan, a plan to make the Daleks great again. A plan to turn all their defeats into victories. A plan to remove the one variable that has always interfered with the master plan. The Doctor must be erased from time itself!

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Add some variety to your next game of Star Realms with the Scenarios expansion pack! This twenty-card pack includes new cards that modify the gameplay in various ways. No two games of Star Realms will be the same again!

Requires Star Realms core set or Colony Wars to play.

 

Add epic adventure-style play to Hero Realms with The Ruin of Thandar campaign deck. This boxed set includes everything you need to take your characters through several adventures where you can earn experience and upgrade your character decks!

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You've always been a night person; lately you've even considered becoming a vampire. There are a lot of advantages: you don't age; you don't have to see yourself in mirrors anymore; if someone asks you to do something, you can just turn into a bat, and then say, sorry, I'm a bat.

There are probably some downsides though. You always think of the statue in the town square, that came to life, and now works as the tavern barmaid. The pedestal came to life too, so she has to hop around. The village blacksmith turns into a wolf whenever there's a full moon; when there's a crescent moon, he turns into a chihuahua. That's how this stuff goes sometimes. Still, when you breathe in the night air, you feel ready for anything.

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It started back in 1998 with the release of Unglued, the first silver-bordered set that poked fun at serious Magic. From that set, we got various inside jokes and zaniness that would not be allowed to se the light of day in normal Magic.

The players wanted more, so in 2004 Unhinged was release and the fans rejoiced. But it still was not enough.  The fans wanted more, but management decided that there would be no more “Un” sets. For years, the fans pushed for another set, but management would not be swayed.

And then, it happened. Management relented, and decided there would be a third “Un” set. There was much rejoicing.

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