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MAGIC: THE GATHERING ARENA – REWARD DISTRIBUTION & DROP RATE INFORMATION

Hello everyone! We (that’s Wizards of the Coast) put together this page to ensure that our players understand how reward distribution and rarity work in Magic: The Gathering Arena. We believe that informed players are happy players and are committed to giving you as much transparency into our game as possible.

Below, we’ve outlined the different types of certain rewards (virtual items and currency) you can earn in MTG Arena and their respective distribution and drop rates. From time to time, we may run special events or promotions that provide additional or different rewards than those outlined below. We’ll publish information about the distribution and drop rates for those special events here.

Note: Below the distribution or drop rates are listed in the format of N:M where N is the relative number in M instances. For example, a rarity distribution of 1:20 means that you will likely acquire 1 item of that rarity in 20 instances.

MTG ARENA BOOSTER PACKS

Let's start with booster packs! All cards in MTG Arena---including Wildcards---have an associated rarity level: Common, Uncommon, Rare, or Mythic. MTG Arena booster packs ("Packs") contain 8 cards* with the following rarity distribution:

  • 5 Commons
  • 2 Uncommons
  • 1 Mythic/Rare*

Rares may upgrade to a mythic rare:

  • At a rate of approximately 1:9.4 for Sets: Alchemy: Innistrad.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:9 for Sets: Alchemy: Kamigawa.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:8 for Sets: Ixalan, Rivals of Ixalan, Dominaria, Core Set 2019, Guilds of Ravnica, Ravnica Allegiance, War of the Spark, Core Set 2020, Throne of Eldraine, Theros: Beyond Death, Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths, Core Set 2021, Strixhaven, Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, Khans of Tarkir, Murders at Karlov Manor

  • At a rate of approximately 1:7.4 for Sets: Zendikar Rising, Kaldheim, Innistrad: Midnight Hunt, Innistrad: Crimson Vow.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:7 for Sets: Kaladesh Remastered, Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, Streets of New Capenna, Alchemy: New Capenna, Alchemy Horizons: Baldur's Gate, Dominaria United, Phyrexia: All Will Be One, Alchemy: Phyrexia, March of the Machine, The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth, Wilds of Eldraine, Alchemy: Eldraine, Alchemy: Ixalan, Alchemy: Karlov Manor, Outlaws of Thunder Junction.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:6.5 for Shadows over Innistrad: Remastered

  • At a rate of approximately 1:6 for Sets: Amonkhet Remastered, March of the Machine: The Aftermath.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:6.8 for Lost Caverns of Ixalan.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:5.8 for Sets: The Brothers’ War.

  • At a rate of approximately 1:5 for Sets: Alchemy: The Brothers’ War

1 Mystical Archive card of any rarity appears in each Strixhaven booster pack, replacing a Common slot.

1 Praetor card from among the following (Sheoldred, the Apocalypse/Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider/Urabrask, Heretic Praetor/Jin-Gitaxis, Progress Tyrant) may replace the Rare slot of Phyrexia: All Will Be One limited booster packs, at a ratio of approximately 1:60. Reprint Praetors do not appear in store packs.

1 Retro Frame artifact of any rarity appears in each The Brothers’ War booster pack, replacing a common slot. Uncommons in this slot can upgrade to rares at approximately 1:3. Rares in this slot can upgrade to mythics at a rate of approximately 1:5.

Each Mythic Booster always has a Mythic Rare in the Rare slot, unless it's replaced with a Rare Wildcard.

Each Alchemy booster contains Uncommon, Rare, and Mythic Rare cards from the Alchemy set and Common cards from the related base set. Once you have collected a playset of all of the Rare cards in the Alchemy set, the Rare slot will pull from your uncollected Rares from the base set. The same is also true for Mythic Rares.

1 Shadows of the Past card of any rarity appears in each Shadows over Innistrad Remastered booster pack, replacing a common slot. Store packs can contain any Shadows of the Past card. A common or uncommon in this slot can upgrade to a rare at a rate of approximately 1:15 packs. Rares in this slot can upgrade to mythics at a rate of approximately 1:2.

Which Shadows of the Past cards appear in Shadows over Innistrad Remastered limited booster packs will depend based on which Shadows of the Past theme is being used. See the event page to learn which theme is currently being used in an event. For the Abominable All Stars! theme, a common or uncommon in this slot can upgrade to a mythic at a rate of approximately 1:15. There are no rares in this theme. For all other themes, a common or uncommon in this slot can upgrade to a mythic at a rate of approximately 1:15, and a rare in this slot can upgrade to a mythic at approximately 1:9. See this page for details on the contents of each theme.

March of the Machine: The Aftermath boosters will start pulling rares/mythics from March of the Machine after completing every rare/mythic from Aftermath.

1 Enchanting Tales card of any rarity appears in each Wilds of Eldraine booster pack, replacing a common slot. Uncommons in this slot can upgrade to rares at approximately 1:3. Rares in this slot can upgrade to mythics at a rate of approximately 1:5.

1 Common in Murders at Karlov Manor limited packs will upgrade to either a card from MKM's The List or a Special Guest at a rate of approximately 1:8. The List Commons in that slot upgrade to uncommons at a rate of approximately 1:3, Uncommons in that slot upgrade to Rares at approximately 1:7, and Rares in that slot upgrade to a Mythic from The List at approximately 1:1.6.

1 Breaking News card of any rarity appears in each Outlaws of Thunder Junction pack, replacing a common slot. Uncommons in this slot can upgrade to rares at approximately 1:3. Rares in this slot upgrade to mythics at a rate of approximately 1:5.

1 Mythic card from The Big Score may replace the Mythic in Outlaws of Thunder Junction store packs at a rate of approximately 1:5. 1 Common in Outlaws of Thunder Junction limited packs will upgrade to either a card from The Big Score or a Special Guest at a rate of approximately 1:5. The Big Score cards in this slot are replaced with a Special Guest at a rate of approximately 1:12.

Each Alchemy booster is related to a particular base set:

  • Alchemy: Innistrad - Innistrad: Crimson Vow.
  • Alchemy: KamigawaKamigawa: Neon Dynasty.
  • Alchemy: New CapennaStreets of New Capenna.
  • Alchemy: DominariaDominaria United.
  • Alchemy: The Brothers’ WarThe Brothers’ War.
  • Alchemy: PhyrexiaPhyrexia: All Will Be One.
  • Alchemy: EldraineWilds of Eldraine.
  • Alchemy: IxalanLost Caverns of Ixalan.
  • Alchemy: Karlov Manor – Murders at Karlov Manor.

Wildcards redeem for any card you choose of the same rarity. One card in each rarity card slot (Common, Uncommon, and Mythic/Rare) may redeem for a Wildcard of the same rarity at the following expected rates:

# Rarity Rate
1 Common 1:3
2 Uncommon 1:5
3 Rare 1:30*
4 Mythic 1:30*

We understand that Wildcards are really helpful for players to round out their collections. Each Pack you open that does not redeem for a Wildcard of a particular rarity will increase the drop rate for Wildcards of that rarity for the next Pack. Once you acquire a Wildcard of that rarity from a Pack, the drop rates will reset to the base rate. The expected rate seen above represents that average number of packs needed to open to acquire 1 Wildcard of the respective rarity.

Golden Packs

Golden Packs are acquired for every 10 Outlaws of Thunder Junction packs purchased. Each Golden Pack contains 6 Rares or Mythic Rares across standard or Alchemy sets. At least one card per pack will be Mythic from any standard-legal set, 2 cards will be Rare or Mythic from the latest set, and the final 3 cards will be Rare or Mythic from any current standard-legal set. Rares can upgrade to Mythic Rares at a rate of approximately 1:8. Golden Packs will not grant wildcards, but will advance the wildcard track.

MTG Arena 'WIN' Rewards

When you win a game in MTG Arena—any game—you’ll receive certain rewards. Below are the distribution and drop rates for the “win” rewards you may receive in MTG Arena.

Daily Win Reward:

Every day players can earn gold or individual card rewards (ICRs) when they win a match (up to 15 wins/reward instances) in any game mode with the exception of Play if you queue with a deck that is non-standard legal, Direct Challenge, and Bot Matches. Daily Win Bonuses are counted for wins that occur 24 hours from server reset (3AM PST). The table below outlines the reward(s) associated with each incremental win:

Win Number Gold ICR
1 250 0
2 100 0
3 100 0
4 100 0
5 0 1
6 50 0
7 0 1
8 50 0
9 0 1
10 50 0
11 0 1
12 25 0
13 0 1
14 25 0
15 0 1

The ICRs included in Daily Win Rewards are uncommon standard-legal cards*, each of which may upgrade to a rare card (1:10).

Many Rare ICRs (including those obtained from upgraded uncommon ICRs) may upgrade to a mythic rare, the rate of which is dependent on the location it was acquired:

  • Standard ICRs that upgrade from Rare to Mythic Rare are approximately at a rate of 1:8**.
  • Historic ICRs that upgrade from Rare to Mythic Rare are approximately at a rate of 1:8**.

Each Standard set is weighted equally.

This rate can fluctuate at a nominal rate based on cards that are removed to do card banning.

NOTE: Event and Daily Win ICRs have different rates. See the Event section to view Event ICR rates.

Set Mastery

The Set Mastery system is a way for players to receive in-game content through play. Players earn rewards based on their current Set Mastery level, including:  

  • Booster Packs
  • Orbs redeemable for Avatars and Common, Uncommon, Rare, and Mythic Rare Card Styles from Outlaws of Thunder Junction.

The content made available through each specific Set Mastery may vary. Please refer to the appropriate Set Mastery for a full list of currently available rewards.

Set Mastery Level

A player’s Set Mastery level is based on the amount of experience they have earned through play. Players primarily earn experience by completing in-game quests and through weekly wins (up to fifteen; resets at 2AM PST). Weekly wins can be earned in any game mode; with the exception of Direct Challenge, and Bot Matches. Additional experience may be earned by limited time events or promotional items.

Extended Levels

For the Outlaws of Thunder Junction Set Mastery, players will be able to level past 110. All levels past level 110 will earn the player 1x Uncommon ICR that has a 5% upgrade rate.

Duration

Set Mastery spans the duration of a set release, starting when the applicable set releases on MTG Arena until the following set is released. Once a new Set Mastery is released, the previous Set Mastery will no longer be available. Players will keep any related content they earned; however, they will not be able to earn any additional rewards from previous Set Masteries once they are no longer available. Orbs that have been earned but not placed in the Mastery Web can still be placed on it and the appropriate rewards received.

Set Mastery Pass

Set Mastery Pass is an optional way for players to enhance the Set Mastery system. Players who purchase the Set Mastery Pass will be able to earn additional in-game currency or items through play by a secondary Set Mastery track. When purchased, players will receive rewards based on their Set Mastery level, including the Set Mastery Pass rewards from previously earned levels.

Set Mastery Pass Content

Set Mastery Pass allows players to earn in-game content including:

  • Gold
  • Gems
  • Booster Packs
  • Outlaws of Thunder Junction Mythic Rare Individual Card Rewards (ICRs)
  • Player Draft Token
  • Companions
  • Card Sleeves
  • Common and Uncommon Card Styles
  • Orbs redeemable for Sleeves and Common, Uncommon, Rare, and Mythic Rare Card Styles

The content made available through each specific Set Mastery Pass may vary. Please refer to the appropriate Set Mastery Pass for a full list of currently available rewards. All other MTG Arena terms apply.

The Set Mastery Track provides a variable number of current set booster packs based on the duration of the Set Mastery. Set Mastery length is variable and may be subject to change from set to set.

Outlaws of Thunder Junction Mastery Reward Tracks

Level Set Mastery Set Mastery Pass
1 Kellan Avatar, Fblthp Lost on the Range Sleeve, Freestrider Steed Companion
2 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Lonely Arroyo
3 OTJ Booster
4 OTJ Booster Phrase Emote - "This town ain’t big enough for the both of us."
5 Orb
6 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Soured Springs
7 MKM Booster
8 OTJ Booster Orb
9 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
10 OTJ Booster 3x Standard Uncommon ICR
11 Uncommon Depth CS - Jem Lightfoote, Sky Explorer
12 OTJ Booster Orb
13 LCI Booster
14 OTJ Booster Orb
15 Player Draft Token
16 OTJ Booster 200 Gems
17 WOE Booster
18 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Jagged Barrens
19 Phrase Emote - "Stick 'em up!"
20 OTJ Booster Orb
21 Uncommon Depth CS - Lazav, Familiar Stranger
22 OTJ Booster Phrase Emote - "Much obliged"
23 MOM Booster
24 OTJ Booster Orb
25 200 Gems
26 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Bristling Backwoods
27 OTJ Booster
28 OTJ Booster 3x Standard Uncommon ICR
29 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
30 OTJ Booster 2x Orb
31 500 Gold
32 OTJ Booster 4x Mythic Card - Gonti, Canny Acquisitor
33 MKM Booster
34 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Creosote Heath
35 Orb
36 OTJ Booster 200 Gems
37 LCI Booster
38 OTJ Booster Orb
39 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
40 OTJ Booster Uncommon Depth CS - Vial Smasher, Gleeful Grenadier
41 Orb
42 OTJ Booster Phrase Emote - "I’ve struck gold!"
43 WOE Booster
44 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Forlorn Flats
45 Sterling Stallion Companion
46 OTJ Booster 500 Gold
47 Uncommon Depth CS - Jolene, Plundering Pugilist
48 OTJ Booster MOM Booster
49 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
50 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Eroded Canyon
51 OTJ Booster
52 OTJ Booster 4x Mythic Card – Olivia, Opulent Outlaw
53 Orb
54 OTJ Booster MKM Booster
55 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
56 OTJ Booster 200 Gems
57 Orb
58 OTJ Booster LCI Booster
60 OTJ Booster Phrase Emote - "I do apologize"
61 Common Depth CS - Festering Gulch
62 OTJ Booster 3x Standard Uncommon ICR
63 WOE Booster
64 OTJ Booster 2x Orb
65 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
66 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Abraded Bluffs
67 Orb
68 OTJ Booster 4x Mythic Card – Yuma, Proud Protector
69 Phrase Emote - "Holy Cow!”
70 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Lush Oasis
71 Orb
72 OTJ Booster Uncommon Depth CS - Honest Rutstein
73 MOM Booster
74 OTJ Booster Orb
75 500 Gold
76 OTJ Booster Jace Reawakened Exquisite Sleeve
77 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
78 OTJ Booster OTJ Booster
79 Orb
80 OTJ Booster 4x Mythic Card – Stella Lee, Wild Card
81 200 Gems
82 OTJ Booster OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
83 Common Depth CS - Mystical Tether
84 OTJ Booster 2x Orb
85 Uncommon Depth CS - Baron Bertram Graywater
86 OTJ Booster Phrase Emote - "The buzzards are circling…"
87 200 Gems
88 OTJ Booster MKM Booster
89 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
90 OTJ Booster Common Depth CS - Seize the Secrets
91 Badlands Bronco Companion
92 OTJ Booster Orb
93 500 Gold
94 Phrase Emote - "Time to saddle up"
95 3x Standard Uncommon ICR
96 Uncommon Depth CS - Doc Aurlock, Grizzled Genius
97 LCI Booster
98 Orb
99 Common Depth CS - Consuming Ashes
100 Phrase Emote - "Whoa there!"
101 Orb
102 WOE Booster
103 Uncommon Depth CS - Ertha Jo, Frontier Mentor
104 Common Depth CS - Thunder Salvo
105 MOM Booster
106 Phrase Emote - "Giddyup!"
107 Orb
108 OTJ Mythic Rare ICR
109 Common Depth CS - Throw from the Saddle
110 Uncommon Depth CS - Kraum, Violent Cacophony
Standard Uncommon ICR - 5% Upgrade

Outlaws of Thunder Junction Mastery Tree

Using earned Orbs, the following Card Styles and Avatars are available from the Set Mastery Reward Tree:

  • C Style: Holy Cow
  • C Style: Geyser Drake
  • C Style: Raven of Fell Omens
  • C Style: Irascible Wolverine
  • C Style: Ankle Biter
  • U Style: Omenport Vigilante
  • U Style: Deepmuck Desperado
  • U Style: Blood Hustler
  • U Style: Longhorn Sharpshooter
  • U Style: Aloe Alchemist
  • R Style: Fortune, Loyal Steed
  • R Style: Archmage's Newt
  • R Style: Caustic Bronco
  • R Style: Calamity, Galloping Inferno
  • R Style: Ornery Tumblewagg
  • Sleeve: Annie Joins Up Sleeve
  • Sleeve: Kellan Joins Up Sleeve
  • Sleeve: Tinybones Joins Up Sleeve
  • Sleeve: Rakdos Joins Up Sleeve
  • Sleeve: Vraska Joins Up Sleeve
  • R Style: Dust Animus
  • R Style: Step Between Worlds
  • R Style: Pitiless Carnage
  • R Style: Stingerback Terror
  • R Style: Outcaster Trailblazer
  • M Style: Archangel of Tithes
  • M Style: Geralf, the Fleshwright
  • M Style: Gisa, the Hellraiser
  • M Style: Terror of the Peaks
  • M Style: Goldvein Hydra

MTG ARENA PROMO PACK

The MTG Arena Midweek Magic Promo Pack is a type of promotional item players can redeem inside of Magic: The Gathering Arena. Players can acquire items through “Midweek Magic” in-game events. All prize content inside of the MTG Arena Midweek Magic Promo Pack is cosmetic. For additional information on promotional items, please refer to the Magic: The Gathering Promotions page.

MTG Arena Midweek Magic Promo Pack Contents:

Appearance

There are two types of appearance rates for prizes. Appearance when granted initially and appearance when prize is going through duplicate protection.

Content Pool Rate of appearance
Dominaria United Card Styles - 56 total items 15%
The Brothers’ War Card Styles - 71 total items (Also includes Retro Artifacts card styles) 15%
Phyrexia: All Will Be One Card Styles - 67 total items 15%
March of the Machine and March of the Machine: The Aftermath Card Styles - 149 total items (Also includes Multiverse Legends card styles) 15%
Card Sleeves (74 total items) 20%
Sticker Emotes (18 total items) 10%
Pets (16 total items) 5%
Avatars (33 total items) 5%

Duplicate protection ensures that players will not get content they already own.

When a prize is going through duplicate protection, the appearance changes. Represented by 1/(N-M) where N is 484 and M is the total number of items the player already owns.

An example of duplicate protected prize appearances for all unowned prize content:

# of owned items 1 100 300 483
Approximate appearance of any remaining prize 0.2% 0.3% 0.5% 100.0%

Players who own all the items in the chest will not receive any rewards. If you believe you have reached this state in error, please contact customer support.

Contents

Card Styles:

Dominaria United Card Styles

  • Ajani, Sleeper Agent Phyrexian Style (Non-Phyrexian art)
  • Ajani, Sleeper Agent Phyrexian Style (Phyrexian art)
  • Sheoldred, the Apocalypse Phyrexian Style
  • Braids, Arisen Nightmare Stained Glass Style
  • Danitha, Benalia’s Hope Stained Glass Style
  • The Raven Man Stained Glass Style
  • Astor, Bearer of Blades Stained Glass Style
  • Bortuk Bonerattle Stained Glass Style
  • Garna, Bloodfist of Keld Stained Glass Style
  • Ivy, Gleeful Spellthief Stained Glass Style
  • Jhoira, Ageless Innovator Stained Glass Style
  • King Darien XLVIII Stained Glass Style
  • Lagomos, Hand of Hatred Stained Glass Style
  • Meria, Scholar of Antiquity Stained Glass Style
  • Nael, Avizoa Aeronaut Stained Glass Style
  • Najal, the Storm Runner Stained Glass Style
  • Nemata, Primeval Warden Stained Glass Style
  • Queen Allenal of Ruadach Stained Glass Style
  • Ratadrabik of Urborg Stained Glass Style
  • Rith, Liberated Primeval Stained Glass Style
  • Rivaz of the Claw Stained Glass Style
  • Rulik Mons, Warren Chief Stained Glass Style
  • Sol’Kanar the Tainted Stained Glass Style
  • Soul of Windgrace Stained Glass Style
  • Tatyova, Steward of Tides Stained Glass Style
  • Tori D’Avenant, Fury Rider Stained Glass Style
  • Tura Kennerüd, Skyknight Stained Glass Style
  • Uurg, Spawn of Turg Stained Glass Style
  • Zar Ojanen, Scion of Efrava Stained Glass Style
  • Aron, Benalia’s Ruin Stained Glass Style
  • Baird, Argivian Recruiter Stained Glass Style
  • Balmor, Battlemage Captain Stained Glass Style
  • Elas il-Kor, Sadistic Pilgrim Stained Glass Style
  • Ertai Resurrected Stained Glass Style
  • Jodah, the Unifier Stained Glass Style
  • Radha, Coalition Warlord Stained Glass Style
  • Raff, Weatherlight Stalwart Stained Glass Style
  • Rona, Sheoldred’s Faithful Stained Glass Style
  • Shanna, Purifying Blade Stained Glass Style
  • Sheoldred, the Apocalypse Stained Glass Style
  • Squee, Dubious Monarch Stained Glass Style
  • Stenn, Paranoid Partisan Stained Glass Style
  • Vohar, Vodalian Desecrator Stained Glass Style
  • Zur, Eternal Schemer Stained Glass Style
  • Squee, Dubious Monarch Stained Glass Style
  • Adarkar Wastes Borderless Style
  • Caves of Koilos Borderless Style
  • Karplusan Forest Borderless Style
  • Shivan Reef Borderless Style
  • Sulfurous Springs Borderless Style
  • Yavimaya Coast Borderless Style
  • Ajani, Sleeper Agent Borderless Style (Non-Phyrexian art)
  • Ajani, Sleeper Agent Borderless Style (Phyrexian art)
  • Jaya, Fiery Negotiator Borderless Style
  • Karn, Living Legacy Borderless Style
  • Liliana of the Veil Borderless Style

The Brothers’ War Card Styles

  • Battlefield Forge Borderless Style
  • Brushland Borderless Style
  • Llanowar Wastes Borderless Style
  • Underground River Borderless Style
  • Mishra, Tamer of Mak Fawa Borderless Style
  • Urza, Prince of Kroog Borderless Style
  • Saheeli, Filigree Master Borderless Style
  • Teferi, Temporal Pilgrim Borderless Style
  • Adaptive Automaton Schematic Style
  • Blackblade Reforged Schematic Style
  • Burnished Hart Schematic Style
  • Foundry Inspector Schematic Style
  • Helm of the Host Schematic Style
  • Platinum Angel Schematic Style
  • Quietus Spike Schematic Style
  • Runechanter’s Pike Schematic Style
  • Sundering Titan Schematic Style
  • Swiftfoot Boots Schematic Style
  • Sword of the Meek Schematic Style
  • Aetherflux Reservoir Schematic Style
  • Howling Mine Schematic Style
  • Inspiring Statuary Schematic Style
  • Ivory Tower Schematic Style
  • Jalum Tome Schematic Style
  • Mazemind Tome Schematic Style
  • Mind’s Eye Schematic Style
  • Quicksilver Amulet Schematic Style
  • Unwinding Clock Schematic Style
  • Well of Lost Dreams Schematic Style
  • Astral Cornucopia Schematic Style
  • Caged Sun Schematic Style
  • Chromatic Lantern Schematic Style
  • Chromatic Star Schematic Style
  • Cloud Key Schematic Style
  • Gilded Lotus Schematic Style
  • Journeyer’s Kite Schematic Style
  • Mox Amber Schematic Style
  • Pristine Talisman Schematic Style
  • Semblance Anvil Schematic Style
  • Springleaf Drum Schematic Style
  • Altar of Dementia Schematic Style
  • Door to Nothingness Schematic Style
  • Goblin Charbelcher Schematic Style
  • Keening Stone Schematic Style
  • Mesmeric Orb Schematic Style
  • Millstone Schematic Style
  • Perilous Vault Schematic Style
  • Soul-Guide Lantern Schematic Style
  • Staff of Domination Schematic Style
  • Thorn of Amethyst Schematic Style
  • Mishra’s Bauble Schematic Style
  • Ashnod’s Altar Schematic Style
  • Bone Saw Schematic Style
  • Ichor Wellspring Schematic Style
  • Liquimetal Coating Schematic Style
  • Phyrexian Processor Schematic Style
  • Phyrexian Revoker Schematic Style
  • Psychosis Crawler Schematic Style
  • Ramos, Dragon Engine Schematic Style
  • Scrap Trawler Schematic Style
  • Wurmcoil Engine Schematic Style
  • Defense Grid Schematic Style
  • Elsewhere Flask Schematic Style
  • Key to the City Schematic Style
  • Lodestone Golem Schematic Style
  • Mystic Forge Schematic Style
  • Ornithopter Schematic Style
  • Precursor Golem Schematic Style
  • Sculpting Steel Schematic Style
  • Self-Assembler Schematic Style
  • Sigil of Valor Schematic Style

Phyrexia: All Will Be One Card Styles

  • Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines Concept Art Praetor Style
  • Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant Concept Art Praetor Style
  • Sheoldred, the Apocalypse Concept Art Praetor Style
  • Urabrask, Heretic Praetor Concept Art Praetor Style
  • Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider Concept Art Praetor Style
  • Seachrome Coast Borderless Style
  • Darkslick Shores Borderless Style
  • Blackcleave Cliffs Borderless Style
  • Copperline Gorge Borderless Style
  • Razorverge Thicket Borderless Style
  • Furnace Punisher Borderless Ichor Style
  • Necrogen Rotpriest Borderless Ichor Style
  • Myr Convert Borderless Ichor Style
  • Phyrexian Vindicator Borderless Ichor Style
  • Vraan, Executioner Thane Borderless Ichor Style
  • Karumonix, the Rat King Borderless Ichor Style
  • Archfiend of the Dross Borderless Ichor Style
  • Malcator, Purity Overseer Borderless Ichor Style
  • Kethek, Crucible Goliath Borderless Ichor Style
  • Migloz, Maze Crusher Borderless Ichor Style
  • Ria Ivor, Bane of Bladehold Borderless Ichor Style
  • Ovika, Enigma Goliath Borderless Ichor Style
  • Glissa Sunslayer Borderless Ichor Style
  • Ezuri, Stalker of Spheres Borderless Ichor Style
  • Atraxa, Grand Unifier Borderless Ichor Style
  • Sinew Dancer Borderless Ichor Style
  • Bladed Ambassador Borderless Ichor Style
  • Quicksilver Fisher Borderless Ichor Style
  • Thrummingbird Borderless Ichor Style
  • Blightbelly Rat Borderless Ichor Style
  • Bonepicker Skirge Borderless Ichor Style
  • Sawblade Scamp Borderless Ichor Style
  • Urabrask’s Anointer Borderless Ichor Style
  • Rustvine Cultivator Borderless Ichor Style
  • Cankerbloom Borderless Ichor Style
  • Skrelv, Defector Mite Borderless Ichor Style
  • Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines Borderless Ichor Style
  • Mondrak, Glory Dominus Borderless Ichor Style
  • Unctus, Grand Metatect Borderless Ichor Style
  • Tekuthal, Inquiry Dominus Borderless Ichor Style
  • Geth, Thane of Contracts Borderless Ichor Style
  • Phyrexian Obliterator Borderless Ichor Style
  • Drivnod, Carnage Dominus Borderless Ichor Style
  • Slobad, Iron Goblin Borderless Ichor Style
  • Capricious Hellraiser Borderless Ichor Style
  • Solphim, Mayhem Dominus Borderless Ichor Style
  • Evolved Spinoderm Borderless Ichor Style
  • Tyrranax Rex Borderless Ichor Style
  • Zopandrel, Hunger Dominus Borderless Ichor Style
  • Venser, Corpse Puppet Borderless Ichor Style
  • Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines Borderless Manga Style
  • Jace, the Perfected Mind Borderless Manga Style
  • Vraska, Betrayal’s Sting Borderless Manga Style
  • Nissa, Ascended Animist Borderless Manga Style
  • Lukka, Bound to Ruin Borderless Manga Style
  • Nahiri, the Unforgiving Borderless Manga Style
  • The Eternal Wanderer Borderless Manga Style
  • Koth, Fire of Resistance Borderless Manga Style
  • Kaito, Dancing Shadow Borderless Manga Style
  • Kaya, Intangible Slayer Borderless Manga Style
  • Tyvar, Jubilant Brawler Borderless Manga Style
  • Kemba, Kha Enduring Borderless Manga Style
  • Thrun, Breaker of Silence Borderless Manga Style
  • Jor Kadeen, First Goldwarden Borderless Manga Style
  • Melira, the Living Cure Borderless Manga Style
  • Graaz, Unstoppable Juggernaut Borderless Manga Style
  • Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines Borderless Manga Style

March of the Machine and March of the Machine: The Aftermath Card Styles

  • Aurelia, the Warleader Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ravnica)
  • Judith, the Scourge Diva Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ravnica)
  • Juri, Master of the Revue Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ravnica)
  • Niv-Mizzet Reborn Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ravnica)
  • Teysa Karlov Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ravnica)
  • Arixmethes, Slumbering Isle Multiverse Legends Card Style (Theros)
  • Atris, Oracle of Half-Truths Multiverse Legends Card Style (Theros)
  • Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger Multiverse Legends Card Style (Theros)
  • Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Ezuri, Claw of Progress Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Sheoldred, Whispering One Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Urabrask the Hidden Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger Multiverse Legends Card Style (Phyrexia)
  • Daxos, Blessed by the Sun Multiverse Legends Card Style (Theros)
  • Renata, Called to the Hunt Multiverse Legends Card Style (Theros)
  • Tymaret, Chosen from Death Multiverse Legends Card Style (Theros)
  • Gyruda, Doom of Depths Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Jegantha, the Wellspring Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Kaheera, the Orphanguard Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Keruga, the Macrosage Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Lurrus of the Dream-Den Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Lutri, the Spellchaser Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Obosh, the Preypiercer Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Umori, the Collector Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Yorion, Sky Nomad Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Zirda, the Dawnwaker Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ikoria)
  • Atraxa, Praetors’ Voice Multiverse Legends Card Style (New Capenna)
  • Grimgrin, Corpse-Born Multiverse Legends Card Style (Innistrad)
  • Thalia, Guardian of Thraben Multiverse Legends Card Style (Innistrad)
  • Yarok, the Desecrated Multiverse Legends Card Style (Zendikar)
  • Zada, Hedron Grinder Multiverse Legends Card Style (Zendikar)
  • Imoti, Celebrant of Bounty Multiverse Legends Card Style (Amonkhet)
  • Aegar, the Freezing Flame Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaldheim)
  • Firja, Judge of Valor Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaldheim)
  • Fynn, the Fangbearer Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaldheim)
  • Inga Rune-Eyes Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaldheim)
  • Baral, Chief of Compliance Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaladesh)
  • Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaladesh)
  • Reyav, Master Smith Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaladesh)
  • Sram, Senior Edificer Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kaladesh)
  • Dina, Soul Steeper Multiverse Legends Card Style (Arcavios)
  • Yedora, Grave Gardener Multiverse Legends Card Style (Arcavios)
  • Horobi, Death’s Wail Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kamigawa)
  • Seizan, Perverter of Truth Multiverse Legends Card Style (Kamigawa)
  • Firesong and Sunspeaker Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Kwende, Pride of Femeref Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Radha, Coalition Warlord Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Raff, Weatherlight Stalwart Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Rona, Sheoldred’s Faithful Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Shanna, Sisay’s Legacy Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Squee, the Immortal Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Tetsuko Umezawa, Fugitive Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Valduk, Keeper of the Flame Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Yargle, Glutton of Urborg Multiverse Legends Card Style (Dominaria)
  • Ayara, First of Locthwain Multiverse Legends Card Style (Eldraine)
  • Emry, Lurker of the Loch Multiverse Legends Card Style (Eldraine)
  • Kenrith, the Returned King Multiverse Legends Card Style (Eldraine)
  • Lathiel, the Bounteous Dawn Multiverse Legends Card Style (Eldraine)
  • Anafenza, Kin-Tree Spirit Multiverse Legends Card Style (Tarkir)
  • Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma Multiverse Legends Card Style (Tarkir)
  • Taigam, Ojutai Master Multiverse Legends Card Style (Tarkir)
  • Captain Lannery Storm Multiverse Legends Card Style (Ixalan)
  • Archangel Elspeth Borderless Style
  • Chandra, Hope’s Beacon Borderless Style
  • Wrenn and Realmbreaker Borderless Style
  • Borborygmos and Fblthp Planar Style (Ravnica)
  • Kroxa and Kunoros Planar Style (Theros)
  • Polukranos Reborn Planar Style (Theros)
  • Elesh Norn Planar Style (Phyrexia)
  • Jin-Gitaxias Planar Style (Phyrexia)
  • Sheoldred Planar Style (Phyrexia)
  • Urabrask Planar Style (Phyrexia)
  • Vorinclex Planar Style (Phyrexia)
  • Glissa, Herald of Predation Planar Style (Phyrexia)
  • Heliod, the Radiant Dawn Planar Style (Theros)
  • Katilda and Lier Planar Style (Innistrad)
  • Thalia and The Gitrog Monster Planar Style (Innistrad)
  • Omnath, Locus of All Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Quintorius, Loremaster Planar Style (Arcavios)
  • Zimone and Dina Planar Style (Arcavios)
  • Goro-Goro and Satoru Planar Style (Kamigawa)
  • Slimefoot and Squee Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Rona, Herald of Invasion Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Ayara, Widow of the Realm Planar Style (Eldraine)
  • Zurgo and Ojutai Planar Style (Tarkir)
  • Etali, Primal Conqueror Planar Style (Ixalan)
  • Kogla and Yidaro Planar Style (Ikoria)
  • Errant and Giada Planar Style (New Capenna)
  • Drana and Linvala Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Djeru and Hazoret Planar Style (Amonkhet)
  • Inga and Esika Planar Style (Kaldheim)
  • Baral and Kari Zev Planar Style (Kaladesh)
  • Hidetsugu and Kairi Planar Style (Kamigawa)
  • Yargle and Multani Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Rankle and Torbran Planar Style (Eldraine)
  • Ghalta and Mavren Planar Style (Ixalan)
  • Spark Rupture Borderless Style
  • Animist’s Might Retro Style
  • Open the Way Retro Style
  • Leyline Immersion Retro Style
  • Nissa, Resurgent Animist Retro Style
  • Jolrael, Voice of Zhalfir Retro Style
  • Karn, Legacy Reforged Retro Style
  • Undercity Upheaval Planar Style (Ravnica)
  • Niv-Mizzet, Supreme Planar Style (Ravnica)
  • Metropolis Reformer Planar Style (New Capenna)
  • Rocco, Street Chef Planar Style (New Capenna)
  • Rebuild the City Planar Style (New Capenna)
  • Ob Nixilis, Captive Kingpin Planar Style (New Capenna)
  • Deification Planar Style (Theros)
  • Calix, Guided by Fate Planar Style (Theros)
  • Coppercoat Vanguard Planar Style (Ikoria)
  • Jirina, Dauntless General Planar Style (Ikoria)
  • Drannith Ruins Planar Style (Theros)
  • Sigarda, Font of Blessings Planar Style (Innistrad)
  • Markov Baron Planar Style (Innistrad Fang)
  • Tolarian Contempt Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Vesuvan Drifter Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Urborg Scavengers Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Danitha, New Benalia’s Light Planar Style (Dominaria)
  • Tazri, Stalwart Survivor Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Reckless Handling Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Nahiri’s Resolve Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Kiora, Sovereign of the Deep Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Nahiri, Forged in Fury Planar Style (Zendikar)
  • Pia Nalaar, Consul of Revival Planar Style (Kaladesh)
  • Samut, Vizier of Naktamun Planar Style (Amonkhet)
  • Arni Metalbrow Planar Style (Kaldheim)
  • Cosmic Rebirth Planar Style (Kaldheim)
  • Feast of the Victorious Dead Planar Style (Kaldheim)
  • Tyvar the Bellicose Planar Style (Kaldheim)
  • Plargg and Nassari Planar Style (Arcavios)
  • Campus Renovation Planar Style (Arcavios)
  • Death-Rattle Oni Planar Style (Kamigawa)
  • Blot Out Planar Style (Kamigawa)
  • Nashi, Moon’s Legacy Planar Style (Kamigawa)
  • Training Grounds Planar Style (Eldraine)
  • Ayara’s Oathsworn Planar Style (Eldraine)
  • The Kenriths’ Royal Funeral Planar Style (Eldraine)
  • Kolaghan Warmonger Planar Style (Tarkir)
  • Narset, Enlightened Exile Planar Style (Tarkir)
  • Sarkhan, Soul Aflame Planar Style (Tarkir)
  • Harnessed Snubhorn Planar Style (Ixalan)
  • Filter Out Planar Style (Ixalan)
  • Tranquil Frillback Planar Style (Ixalan)
  • Gold-Forged Thopteryx Planar Style (Ixalan)

Sleeves:

Basic Sleeves

  • Jaya, Fiery Negotiator Sleeve
  • Liliana of the Veil Sleeve
  • Dominaria United Sleeve (Set Mastery)
  • Dominaria United Sleeve (Renewal)
  • Dominaria United Sleeve (Stained Glass Basic Lands)
  • King Darien XLVIII Sleeve
  • Rona, Sheoldren’s Faithful Sleeve
  • Braids, Arisen Nightmare Sleeve
  • Squee, Dubious Monarch Sleeve
  • Shanna, Purifying Blade Sleeve
  • Arcades Sabboth Sleeve
  • Chromium Sleeve
  • Nicol Bolas Sleeve
  • Palladia-Mors Sleeve
  • Vaevictus Asmadi Sleeve
  • Repercussion Sleeve
  • Pyretic Ritual Sleeve
  • Jaya’s Immolating Inferno Sleeve
  • Jaya Ballard Sleeve
  • Squee the Immortal Sleeve
  • Urza Assembles the Titans Sleeve
  • Zur, Eternal Schemer Sleeve
  • Kayla’s Command Sleeve
  • Urza’s Command Sleeve
  • Mishra’s Command Sleeve
  • Gix’s Command Sleeve
  • Titania’s Command Sleeve
  • The Brothers’ War Sleeve (Mishra)
  • The Brothers’ War Sleeve (Urza)
  • The Brothers’ War Sleeve (Set Mastery)
  • The Brothers’ War Sleeve (Arena Open)
  • Mishra, Tamer of Mak Fawa Sleeve
  • Urza, Prince of Kroog Sleeve
  • Titania, Voice of Gaea Sleeve
  • Spectrum Sentinel Sleeve
  • Myr Convert Sleeve
  • Nahiri, the Unforgiving Sleeve
  • Jace, the Perfected Mind Sleeve
  • Vraska, Betrayal’s Sting Sleeve
  • Nissa, Ascended Animist Sleeve
  • Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines Sleeve
  • Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant Sleeve
  • Sheoldred, the Apocalypse Sleeve
  • Urabrask, Heretic Praetor Sleeve
  • Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider Sleeve
  • All Will Be One Sleeve (Jace)
  • All Will Be One Sleeve (Koth)
  • All Will Be One Sleeve (Elesh Norn)
  • Flensing Raptor Sleeve
  • Brisela, Voice of Nightmares Sleeve
  • The Promised End Sleeve
  • Thalia, Guardian of Thraben Sleeve
  • All is Dust Sleeve
  • Ominous Roost Sleeve
  • Geralf’s Messenger Sleeve
  • Garruk, Caller of Beasts Sleeve
  • Zimone and Dina Sleeve
  • Thalia and The Gitrog Monster Sleeve
  • Hazoret and Djeru Sleeve
  • Yargle and Multani Sleeve
  • Baral and Kari Zev Sleeve
  • Archangel Elspeth Sleeve
  • Chandra, Hope’s Beacon Sleeve
  • Wrenn and Realmbreaker Sleeve
  • March of the Machine Sleeve (Arena Open)
  • March of the Machine Sleeve (Set Mastery)
  • Fblthp Sleeve
  • Nashi, Moon’s Legacy Sleeve

Exquisite Sleeves

  • Ajani, Sleeper Agent Exquisite Sleeve
  • Arlinn Transforming Sleeve
  • Lucy Westenra Transforming Sleeve
  • Gix, Yawgmoth Praetor Exquisite Sleeve
  • Atraxa, Grand Unifier Exquisite Sleeve
  • Elspeth’s Smite Exquisite Sleeve

Sticker Emotes:

  • Jaya Pointing Sticker Emote
  • Ajani Hiss Sticker Emote
  • Ertai Disbelief Sticker Emote
  • Karn Crowd-Surfing Sticker Emote
  • Squee Rimshot Sticker Emote
  • Radha Headbang Sticker Emote
  • Urza Salute Sticker Emote
  • Mishra Salute Sticker Emote
  • Powerstone Sticker Emote
  • Saheeli Popcorn Sticker Emote
  • Elesh Norn Love Sticker Emote
  • Urabrask Beckon Sticker Emote
  • Sheoldred Secret Sticker Emote
  • Jin-Gitaxias Thinking Sticker Emote
  • Vorinclex Eating Sticker Emote
  • Chandra Smoked Sticker Emote
  • Fblthp and Borborygmos Sticker Emote
  • Yargle and Multani Sticker Emote

Avatars:

  • Yargle Avatar
  • Jaya Avatar
  • Ajani Avatar
  • Danitha Avatar
  • Braids Avatar
  • Squee Avatar
  • Urza Avatar
  • Mishra Avatar
  • Titania Avatar
  • Urzan Automaton Avatar
  • Oracle of the Alpha Avatar
  • Niambi Avatar
  • Vorinclex Avatar
  • Jin-Gitaxias Avatar
  • Urabrask Avatar
  • Sheoldred Avatar
  • Elesh Norn Avatar
  • Koth Avatar
  • Jace Avatar
  • Vraska Avatar
  • Nissa Avatar
  • Nahiri Avatar (ONE)
  • Nahiri Avatar (ZNR)
  • Sorin Avatar
  • Garruk Avatar
  • Tamiyo Avatar
  • Kiora Avatar
  • Ob Nixilis Avatar
  • Sarkhan Avatar
  • Atraxa Avatar
  • Elspeth Avatar
  • Borborygmos and Fblthp Avatar
  • Nashi Avatar

Pets:

  • Squee the Immortal
  • Rundvelt Goblin
  • Caliman Goblin
  • Otarian Goblin
  • Urzan Sentinel
  • Common Urzan Soldier
  • Uncommon Urzan Soldier
  • Rare Urzan Soldier
  • Flensing Raptor
  • Furnace Mite
  • Progress Mite
  • Porcelain Mite
  • Fblthp
  • Noxious Stinger
  • Ichorous Bearhino

Event Rewards

An Event is a special game mode in MTG Arena. The structure, format, and rewards you can earn from an Event will vary. You can view what rewards you can earn by playing a particular Event on the Event’s page in MTG Arena. You can find a list of all current Events by selecting “Play” on the home screen and selecting the Event you wish to view. There you’ll find the distribution and drop rates of the Event rewards.

Certain Events also offer ICRs. Unless otherwise indicated in the Event description or Promotions page, Event Reward ICRs are either uncommon or rare standard-legal cards*.

Rare ICRs (including those obtained from upgraded uncommon ICRs) may upgrade to a mythic rare, the rate of which is dependent on the location it was acquired:

  • Standard ICRs that upgrade from Rare to Mythic Rare are approximately at a rate of 1:8**.
  • Historic ICRs that upgrade from Rare to Mythic Rare are approximately at a rate of 1:8**.
  1. Each Standard set is weighted equally.
  2. This rate can fluctuate at a nominal rate based on cards that are removed to do card banning.

CONSTRUCTED EVENT

#of Wins ICR #1 Upgrade Rate ICR #2 Upgrade Rate ICR #3 Upgrade Rate
7 100% 100% 5%
6 100% 100% 5%
5 100% 5% 1%
4 5% 1% 1%
3 5% 1% 1%
2 5% 1% 1%
1 5% 1% 1%
0 5% 1% 1%

TRADITIONAL CONSTRUCTED EVENT

  ICR #1 Upgrade Rate ICR #2 Upgrade Rate ICR #3 Upgrade Rate
5 100% 100% 15%
4 100% 15% 5%
3 100% 15% 5%
2 15% 5% 5%
1 15% 5% 5%
0 5% 5% 5%

CONSTRUCTED SPECIALTY EVENTS

  ICR #1 Upgrade Rate ICR #2 Upgrade Rate
5 100% 15%
4 100% 15%
3 35% 15%
2 25% 10%
1 20% 5%
0 15% 1%

MTG Arena Wildcard Rewards

Whenever you open a Pack in MTG Arena, you make progress toward earning Wildcards. We call this the “Wildcard Track”. You can view your Wildcard Track progress on the Packs page, found on the Navigation Bar. The Wildcard Track displays both an Uncommon Wildcard Track and the Rare/Mythic Wildcard Track:

These are displayed as two separate radials so that you can more easily understand the Wildcard Track reward cadences.

For each Pack you open, you earn 1 progress in both the Uncommon and the Rare/Mythic Wildcard Tracks. A WCR is triggered when you earn 6 progress on a track. When you fill your progress on the Wildcard Track, you earn a Wildcard Reward (“WCR”) and the Wildcard Track starts over again.

Additional information about the Wildcard Track:

  • Uncommon Wildcard Track: Each player starts MTG Arena with 3 progress in the Uncommon Wildcard Track, so you can expect to earn your first uncommon WCR sooner than Rare/Mythic WCRs. That means you’ll earn your first Uncommon WCR after you open your third Pack.
  • Rare/Mythic Wildcard Track: You’ll earn Rare WCRs at a greater frequency (4X) than Mythic WCRs. We’ve found that Rare WCRs are most needed by players to round out their collection, so we’ve created a system that redeems 4 Rare WCRs in a row before you will redeem your Mythic WCR.

MTG ARENA VAULT REWARDS SYSTEM

The Vault is an additional reward system that is triggered by progress. Players earn Vault Progress Points when they acquire a fifth copy of a particular common or uncommon card. For each card you acquire after your fourth copy, that card is converted into Vault Progress Points according to its rarity:

Rarity of Duplicate Card Progress Points
Uncommon 3
Common 1

The Vault opens when you reach 1000 Vault Progress Points and unlocks:

  • 1 Mythic Wildcard
  • 2 Rare Wildcards
  • 3 Uncommon Wildcards

Note: the Vault is hidden until it has filled. When viewable, it can be found on the Packs screen.

If we make any changes to drop rates, we’ll be sure to post the new numbers here. Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to share your thoughts and questions with us on the forums.

Duplicate Protection

Duplicate Protection is an additional reward system that is triggered by progress. When players would acquire a fifth copy of a particular rare or mythic rare card, the system will replace it with a rare or mythic rare card you have less than four copies of in your collection or gems depending on the circumstance: Booster Packs (from the Store, Mastery System, etc.):

  • If you open a rare or mythic rare card that you don't have four copies of, you receive the card.
  • If you would open a rare or mythic rare card that you already have four copies of, the system will automatically replace it with a different card of the same rarity from that set.
  • If you've collected all the rares and/or mythic rares in the set, the card will be replaced with Gems: 20 Gems for rares, 40 Gems for mythic rares.

Limited Packs (Drafts and Sealed):

  • Duplicate protection is not applied when you open a 14-card pack in a Limited Event - you will still see and be able to pick any rare or mythic rare card, even if you already have four copies of it in your collection.
  • Once you have finished with your Draft picks or opened your Sealed packs, the system will convert any extra copies you may have received. Rares/mythic rares will become Gems, and commons/uncommons will go towards the Vault.
  • Extra copies of cards will still be a part of your limited card pool for deckbuilding and participating in the event.

Individual Card Rewards (ICRs):

  • If you receive a rare/mythic rare ICR you already have four copies of,the card will be replaced with Gems: 20 Gems for rares, 40 Gems for mythic Rares.
  • If your receive an uncommon ICR that's upgraded to a rare or mythic rare, and you already already have four copies of the upgraded ICR, the card will be replaced with Gems: 20 Gems for Rares, 40 Gems for Mythic Rares.
  • If you receive an Uncommon ICR and you already have four copies of it, the card will go towards the Vault.
  • Unless otherwise indicated in the Event description or Promotions page, Event Reward ICRs are either uncommon or rare standard-legal cards*.
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