From the Vault: Exiled

Posted in Feature on August 5, 2009

By Wizards of the Coast



Collector's Highlights

  • From the Vault: Exiled includes 15 black-bordered premium cards that have at one time been banned or restricted.
  • Each card has been printed using a foil process unique to the From the Vault series.
  • All 15 cards are printed in the current card frame—for several, it is for the first time.
  • 8 cards have new artwork commissioned from artists including Rebecca Guay, John Avon, and Randy Gallegos.
  • From the Vault: Exiled will be available worldwide in English only on August 28.
  • All cards are black-bordered and tournament legal. This means that these cards are legal for use in any tournaments where their original printings are still legal

Game Features

  • Full-color collector's insert with information about each Exiled card
  • A unique spin-down life counter featuring the Exiled expansion symbol

It is said there were once fifteen Magic: The Gathering cards so potent, they were banned or restricted from the known realms of competition. But in the years that have passed, the game has evolved and these elder cards are once again in play. Master these weapons from ages past and give your opponent a beating of historic proportions.

From the Vault: Exiled features 15 premium foil cards, each one having been banned or restricted from organized play at some point in Magic's history. Grab your copy of this limited-edition box of power, on sale for a limited time beginning August 28, 2009.

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