The game is afoot in Murders at Karlov Manor, coming to MTG Arena on February 6 and local game stores worldwide on February 9. The List has been updated with fresh reprints to go with the release, there's a new set of Special Guests, and for the first time, The List will appear in MTG Arena—with a few card swaps.
The List is a selection of cards from across Magic's history that can be found in Play Boosters in both tabletop and in MTG Arena. A card from The List can replace a common card about 12.5% of the time. You'll find all rarities represented among the cards in The List, from common to mythic rare, and they’re available in English, except in Japanese Play Boosters where they are localized.
Cards from The List and Special Guests (discussed below) are also playable in both tabletop and MTG Arena Limited events, adding an exciting variable to these formats.
In tabletop Play Boosters, you'll recognize cards from The List by the Planeswalker symbol that appears in the lower-left corner.
The List in MTG Arena
The List is another great opportunity to bring older Magic cards to digital play. Cards from
The List will appear in MTG
Arena's Play Boosters, which are premiering with the release of Murders at Karlov
Manor.We're swapping three cards from The List in tabletop—
Special Guests cards are fan-favorite reprints of powerful Magic cards that can appear in place of a card from The List. There are ten non-foil borderless Special Guests cards in Murders at Karlov Manor you can find (you can also find Special Guests cards in Collector Boosters in traditional foil). Special Guests will appear in MTG Arena, too!
Note: A printing issue resulted in localized versions of Special Guests cards not appearing in French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese Play Boosters; English versions of Special Guests cards will appear in these languages of Play Boosters instead. Read the announcement for details.
Inclusion in The List does not change a card's format legality; cards in The List are playable only in those formats in which they are normally legal. As mentioned above, cards from The List and Special Guests are legal in Limited formats.
Cards on The List
Below are all the cards in this edition of The List, including the three cards that have been swapped in MTG Arena.
(Note: Card images may not match the version found in The List. See the set identifier in the right-hand column for the version included in The List.)
Check out The List for past sets: