Artifact Quiz Time!

Posted in Arcana on June 27, 2013

By Trick Jarrett

Patrick "Trick" Jarrett oversees web content and social media for Magic, and acts as the publisher of DailyMTG.com and Magic content on the web. He's an ardent Commander player and lover of the game he's played since Ice Age.

Quiz time has come once again and this time we're looking at artifacts in the game of Magic. Everyone knows artifacts, everyone loves artifacts, and everyone plays artifacts. But how much do you actually know about artifacts? It's time to find out.

1. What is the cheapest artifact printed in last year's Magic 2013?

(Difficulty: Easy)

Hint

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2. Draco has the highest converted mana cost of any non-silver-bordered artifacts at 16, but what is the most expensive non-silver-bordered noncreature artifact?

(Difficulty: Medium)

Hint

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3. What one mana artifact does the Return to Ravnica block share with the Kamigawa block?

(Difficulty: Medium)

Hint

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4. Which of these artifacts wasn't in 2010's From the Vault: Relics?

(Difficulty: Medium)

50/50 Hint - Click this to eliminate two wrong answers.

  • Lotus Petal
  • Ivory Tower
  • Memory Jar
  • Sword of Body and Mind

5. Looking back at Alpha, since that was the first set of Magic ever printed, and if you sort the cards in the set alphabetically, what is the first artifact ever?

(Difficulty: Hard, Old-Timers Favored)

Hint

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This card also has the Multiverse ID of "1."

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