MTG Wiki

Amonkhet Remastered
AKR logo
Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description Amonkhet and Hour of Devastation symbols combined
Art direction Mark Winters
Release date August 13, 2020
Plane Amonkhet
Themes and mechanics Graveyard matters, Cartouches, Curses, Deserts, Brick counters, -1/-1 counters, Discard, Split cards, Nicol Bolas
Keywords/​ability words Afflict, Aftermath, Cycling, Embalm, Eternalize, Exert
Set size 338
(108 commons, 90 uncommons, 74 rares, 31 mythic rares, 35 basic lands)
+ 1 box topper
Expansion code AKR[1]
MTG Arena series
Historic Anthology Amonkhet Remastered Arena Base Set
Magic: The Gathering Chronology
Double Masters Amonkhet Remastered Arena Base Set

Amonkhet Remastered is a Magic Arena-specific reprint set that was released on August 13, 2020. It combines cards from Amonkhet and Hour of Devastation.[2][3]

Description[ | ]

Amonkhet Remastered features the set-defining cards and iconic mechanics from both Amonkhet and Hour of Devastation but with updated gameplay to make it a fun and fresh experience. The combined card count from across the two sets is 338 cards, with a focus on the Limited play experience (Draft and Sealed), Pioneer, and continued support for Historic.[4] There are 108 commons: 21 in each color, and three colorless. There are also 90 uncommons, 74 rares, and 31 mythics. Regal Caracal serves as the box-topper, with the set number #339. The basic lands each feature seven different arts. They don't appear in the boosters.

The cards are obtainable in MTG Arena boosters, Limited events (Sealed and Draft), and through crafting.

Invocations[ | ]

In the announcement, Wizards of the Coast hinted there were also some additional cards hidden as a surprise, that provided support for Historic and (eventually) Pioneer Constructed formats.[3] It turned out that R&D took Amonkhet Remastered as an opportunity to bring beloved Magic cards onto the plane of Amonkhet and show what they would have looked like had they originally been introduced on that plane. All these cards have new art.[5] These cards are part of the main set.

Original Invocations[ | ]

Additional cards[ | ]

Mechanics[ | ]

While many of the mechanics from the original block will be familiar (cycling, counters, casting cards from your graveyard), others have been remastered to fit the updated look and feel of MTG Arena.[3] For example, both embalm and eternalize cards will appear as "near-hand castables" once the respective card is in the graveyard and feature a themed enters-the-battlefield animation when using either ability.

The keyword action exert now uses an interface like sacrifice abilities. When attacking with a creature, you will be able to choose between attacking as normal or exerting. Exerted creatures will feature arrows when they are attacking and will have a specific tap visual effect to remind players that it doesn't untap during the owner's next untap step. Once that untap step has passed, the card will appear tapped as normal.

The other reused mechanics are afflict and aftermath.

Card types[ | ]

Both Cartouches and Curses make an appearance.

Cycles[ | ]

Amonkhet Remastered has 13 complete cycles:

Cycle name {W} {U} {B} {R} {G}
Gods Oketra the True Kefnet the Mindful Bontu the Glorified Hazoret the Fervent Rhonas the Indomitable
The mythic rare gods of Amonkhet.
Cartouches Cartouche of Solidarity Cartouche of Knowledge Cartouche of Ambition Cartouche of Zeal Cartouche of Strength
Common aura enchantments with the additional subtype cartouche.
Trials Trial of Solidarity Trial of Knowledge Trial of Ambition Trial of Zeal Trial of Strength
Uncommon enchantments which interact with cartouches.
Monuments Oketra's Monument Kefnet's Monument Bontu's Monument Hazoret's Monument Rhonas's Monument
Uncommon legendary artifacts associated with one god, costing {3} mana and reducing the cost of creature spells associated with its gods color by {1}.
Monocolored rares Dusk // Dawn Commit // Memory Never // Return Insult // Injury Mouth // Feed
Five split cards featuring the aftermath mechanic.
Cycling Deserts Desert of the True Desert of the Mindful Desert of the Glorified Desert of the Fervent Desert of the Indomitable
Five common cycling lands with the Desert subtype, which artistically are degraded versions of the Monument cycle in the previous set.
Spell Deserts Shefet Dunes Ipnu Rivulet Ifnir Deadlands Ramunap Ruins Hashep Oasis
Five uncommon pain lands with the Desert subtype, which tap for both colorless and colored mana, and allow the controller to sacrifice a Desert to get an effect.
Cycle name {W}{U} {U}{B} {B}{R} {R}{G} {G}{W}
Allied-colored cycling duals Irrigated Farmland Fetid Pools Canyon Slough Sheltered Thicket Scattered Groves
A set of rare allied colored cycling lands.
Reversed allied colored rares Failure // Comply Rags // Riches Cut // Ribbons Heaven // Earth Prepare // Fight
Five allied colored split cards featuring the aftermath mechanic.
Allied colored uncommons Farm // Market Consign // Oblivion Claim // Fame Struggle // Survive Appeal // Authority
Five split cards taking the place usually reserved to draft-guiding multicolor and featuring the aftermath mechanic.
Cycle name {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Reversed enemy colored rares Grind // Dust Refuse // Cooperate Driven // Despair Leave // Chance Reason // Believe
Split cards featuring the aftermath mechanic.
Enemy colored uncommons Start // Finish Reduce // Rubble Destined // Lead Onward // Victory Spring // Mind
Five enemy colored uncommon split cards featuring the aftermath mechanic.

Dual cycles[ | ]

Cycle name {W}{U} {U}{B} {B}{R} {R}{G} {G}{W} {W}{B} {U}{R} {B}{G} {R}{W} {G}{U}
Two-colored draft archetypes Aven Wind Guide Shadowstorm Vizier Merciless Javelineer Khenra Charioteer Ahn-Crop Champion Wayward Servant Enigma Drake Obelisk Spider Honored Crop-Captain River Hoopoe
Ten uncommon cards which each represent a two-colored draft archetype.

Changes in rarity[ | ]

Changes in rarity, compared either to the cards in the original Amonkhet block or to earlier printings for cards not found in the original block.

Rare to mythic rare
Mythic rare to rare

Removed cards[ | ]

The following cards from the Amonkhet block don't appear in Amonkhet Remastered:

Mythic rare

References[ | ]