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The year 2024 is the thirty-second year of Magic: The Gathering.[1]

Events[ | ]

Date Event
January 12 Release of Ravnica Remastered.
January 22 Release of Secret Lair Commander Deck: Raining Cats & Dogs.
  • Sold out in six hours.[3]
January 26 Release of Murders at Karlov Manor: The Case of the Three Blade Knife, a murder mystery game by Beadle & Grimm's.
February 5 Release of Secret Lair Drop Series: Winter Superdrop 2024.
February 9 Release of Murders at Karlov Manor.
February 23-25 Release of Ravnica: Clue Edition (Ravnica: Cluedo Edition in non-North American markets).
  • Includes mechanically unique, eternal-legal cards.

MagicCon Chicago, USA.[4]

February 26 Release of Secret Lair Drop Series: Sheldon's Spellbook.
March 5 Release of Alchemy: Karlov Manor.
March 8 Release of Universes Beyond: Fallout.
March 11 The banned and restricted list announcement for Murders at Karlov Manor.[6]
April 8 Release of Secret Lair Drop Series: Equinox Superdrop 2024.
April 19 Release of Outlaws of Thunder Junction.
April 26-28 Cynthia Williams officially steps down as president and CEO of Wizards of the Coast.[7]

Pro Tour Thunder Junction in Seattle, Washington, USA.[4]

May 7 Release of Alchemy: Thunder Junction.

Gladiator: The One Ring and Reanimate are banned.[8]

May 13 Release of Secret Lair Drop Series: Spring Superdrop 2024.

The banned and restricted list announcement for Outlaws of Thunder Junction.

May 21 Release of The Magic: The Gathering Oracle Deck by Clarkson Potter, a division of Penguin Random House.
June 14 Release of Modern Horizons 3.
June 24 Release of Secret Lair Drop Series: Summer Superdrop 2024.

The annual banned and restricted list announcement sees no changes to any formats.[11]

June 28-30 MagicCon Amsterdam, NLD.[4]
July 5 Release of Universes Beyond: Assassin's Creed.
August 2 Release of Bloomburrow.

Standard Rotation: Innistrad: Midnight Hunt, Innistrad: Crimson Vow, Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty and Streets of New Capenna leave the format.
Alchemy Rotation: Dominaria United, The Brothers' War, Phyrexia: All Will Be One, March of the Machine, March of the Machine: The Aftermath, The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth and the Alchemy 2023 sets leave the format.

September 27 Release of Duskmourn: House of Horror.
October 25–27 MagicCon Las Vegas, USA[4]
November 15 Release of Magic: The Gathering Foundations, an evergreen Standard set.
Q4 Release of Pioneer Masters on MTG Arena.

References[ | ]

  1. Jess Lanzillo, Chris Kiritz, Athena Froehlich & Mark Rosewater (August 5, 2023). "Magic: The Gathering 30th Anniversary Panel at GenCon – A Recap of MTG's Past, Present & Future (Video)". Magic: The Gathering. YouTube.
  2. a b Mark Rosewater (October 18, 2023). "What are Play Boosters?". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  3. u/Mugiwara_VT (January 22, 2024). "We did it lads! SLD Raining Cats and Dogs is sold out! Only 6 hours.". Reddit.
  4. a b c d Wizards of the Coast (November 17, 2023). "The 2024 MagicCon Schedule". Magic.gg.
  5. Joe Johnson, Taalia Vess (February 29, 2024). "Cosplay Contest (Video)". Magic: The Gathering. YouTube.
  6. Dan Musser (March 11, 2024). "March 11, 2024 Banned and Restricted Announcement". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  7. Cynthia Williams (WOTC president) steps down. Reddit.com (April 17, 2024).
  8. Justin Koehler (May 6, 2024). "May 2024 Banned List Update". GladiatorMTGA.
  9. Gavin Verhey (May 13, 2024). "Explanation of Pauper Bans for May 13, 2024". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  10. a b c Andrew Brown (May 13, 2024). "May 13, 2024, Banned and Restricted Announcement". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  11. Andrew Brown & Dave Finseth (June 24, 2024). "June 24, 2024, Banned and Restricted Announcement". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  12. a b Wizards of the Coast (July 1, 2024). "The Pro Tour and PTQ weren't the only big events happening at #MCAmsterdam this weekend.". Twitter.
  13. Wizards of the Coast (June 30, 2024). "A huge congratulations to the Best in Show of the #MCAmsterdam Cosplay Contest: Mbare Evans!". Twitter.
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