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The bundle, previously known as the fat pack, is a special Magic product from WOTC, consisting of several of their products. The bundle is useful to both beginners and thorough collectors.

Fat packs were first introduced with Mercadian Masques. There has been a fat pack for every expansion and Core Set since. In May 2016, the fat packs were rechristened to 'bundles', connecting the name to the appropiate set. The first one to be released was the Kaladesh Bundle, the next one the Aether Revolt Bundle, and so forth.[1]

History

When the brand team first decided to make the Fat Pack, they had a meeting to brainstorm names. One of the joke suggestion was "Phat Pack", making fun of teenage slang at the time. A number of people at the meeting didn't get it was a joke and decided they liked it — just with a small spelling change.[2]

Fat packs originally had a MSRP of U.S. $24.95. They contained three booster packs, a tournament pack, two premium cards, a visual guide of the set and a novel. For small sets, the tournament pack was exchanged for three extra boosters.

Ninth Edition

Starting with Ninth Edition, fat packs were redesigned with a cardboard piece surrounding two matching boxes. This cardboard piece could be unglued from itself and inside was a panorama art-piece.[3] Six color-coded plastic card dividers were added to keep the cards separated in the card boxes. The two premium cards were removed and a 40-card land pack was added.[4]

Ravnica: City of Guilds

Starting with Ravnica: City of Guilds, the visual card encyclopedia in the back of the player's guide was changed from completely alphabetical to by color then alphabetical within each color.[5]

Shadowmoor

Starting with Shadowmoor, the fat pack was redesigned so that the panorama art-piece surrounded just one card box (disposable cardboard inserts allowed it to contain the contents, once the inserts and contents were removed the card box is the same size as previous card boxes). The art-piece is 2¼" smaller in unwrapped length. The color-coded card dividers were removed. The number of boosters increased from 6 to 8.

Shards of Alara

Starting with Shards of Alara, the fat pack's content was changed replacing the novel with a brief introduction of the expansion's respective novel or Planeswalker's Guide. The Pro Tour Player card was removed.[6]

Mirrodin Besieged

In the Mirrodin Besieged, the fat pack's content was changed removing the brief introduction of the expansion's respective novel. The amount of boosters increased from 8 to 9 and the land pack now contained 80 lands. Two deck boxes were added.

Innistrad and Dark Ascension

The first two sets of the Innistrad block exchanged 10 basic land for 10 checklist cards.

After the (temporary) demise of the core sets

In 2014 it was announced that concurrent with the Two-Block Paradigm, fat packs (as well as intro packs and Deck Builder's Toolkits) would be re-figured to accommodate starter level players.[7]

Kaladesh

With the release of Kaladesh Fat packs were given a facelift. Now considered to be too nondescript, the name was changed to "[set name] Bundle." The number of boosters increased from 9 to 10. The Bundle had an MSRP of $42.99.[1] The package added two smaller boxes to store counters, tokens etc. Regular cards didn't fit in these small boxes.

Core Set 2020

Core Set 2020 removed the player's guide,[8] made the life counter oversized, changed the number of basic lands from 80 to 40 (20 normal and 20 foil), and added a special promo. Beside the deck box, there was one "filler box" in the packaging that really didn't have any function. The çardboard wrapper of the packaging featured artwork on the inside.

Midnight Hunt

Starting with Innistrad: Midnight Hunt, bundles came with 8 Set Boosters instead of 10 Draft Boosters.

Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty

Starting with Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty plastic was reduced in the packaging. The "filler box" and the plastic wrapping were removed, and the cardboard wrapper gained a pull tab and holofoil security stickers. The wrapper no longer featured artwork on the inside. Inside, a smaller paper art piece was added. Added was also a cardboard sheet with punch out dividers and counters. The land pack and the promo came in a see-through waxed paper packaging

Murders at Karlov Manor

Starting with Murders at Karlov Manor, bundles came with 9 Play Boosters instead of 8 Set Boosters.

Contents

Below is a list of the fat packs / bundles and their variable contents. In addition to the listed contents, most fat packs / bundles contained a rules - or "Learn-to-Play" insert and up until Core Set 2020[9] a player's guide with a complete visual encyclopedia of the set. Later sets had two reference cards. Spindown life counters often have come in five different colors. In later sets, the design of the oversized spindowns are often themed to the set.

If a set features basic lands with special card frames these are usually not included in the land packs of the bundles. Wizards of the Coast has stated that these shouldn't be the Bundles’ driver, as bundles are targeted to another audience.[10][11][12]

Set Release date Boosters Basic lands (foil) Card
box
Deck
box
Spin-down Promo Remarks
Duskmourn: House of Horror (Nightmare Edition) 2024-10 8 20 (20) 1 1 1 2 Collector Boosters and 6 Play Boosters. The lands are foil full-art Manor Lands. Includes 1 Movie Poster card and 3 double-sided movie posters. The spindown counter is glow-in-the-dark.
Duskmourn: House of Horror 2024-09 9 30 (15) 1 1 # 1 Ten lands are full-art (5 regular, 5 foil).
Bloomburrow 2024-08 9 30 (15) 1 1 # 1 Ten lands are full-art (5 regular, 5 foil).
Assassin's Creed 2024-07 9 40 (20) 1 1 1 Beyond Boosters instead of Play Boosters. All lands are full-art
Modern Horizons 3 2024-06 9 30 (15) 1 1 # 1 Ten lands are full-art (5 regular, 5 foil). Also available in a Gift Edition.
Outlaws of Thunder Junction 2024-04 9 30 (15) 1 1 # 1 Ten lands are full-art (5 regular, 5 foil).
Murders at Karlov Manor 2024-02 9 30 (15) 1 1 # 1 The Set Boosters are replaced by Play Boosters going forward. Ten lands are full-art (5 regular, 5 foil).
The Lost Caverns of Ixalan 2023-11 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Includes a Jurassic World card. Also available in a Gift Edition.
Wilds of Eldraine 2023-04 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth 2023-06 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 4 The 4 promos are scene cards. Also available in a Gift Edition.
March of the Machine: The Aftermath (Epilogue Edition) 2023-05 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 The boosters are 5-card Epilogue Boosters. Includes a humorous leaflet for desparked planeswalkers.[13] Due to a printing issue the Bundles incorrectly displayed a picture of Aftermath Epilogue Collector Boosters as part of the Bundle. Stickers were applied to show the correct boosters.[14]
March of the Machine 2023-04 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
Phyrexia: All Will Be One (Compleat Edition) 2023-03 12 40 (40) 1 1 # 1 Includes a "Compleat Edition" booster, which contains 2 Oil Slick Raised Foil Mythic Rare cards + 10 Oil Slick Raised Foil Land cards
Phyrexia: All Will Be One 2023-02 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
The Brothers' War 2022-11 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Includes a non-foil Transformers card. Also available in Deluxe Edition.[15] The spindown die has an Urza or Mishra theme.
Dominaria United 2022-09 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's Gate 2022-06 8 40 (20) 1 1 + 1 Includes 1 oversized Undercity dungeon card.
Streets of New Capenna 2022-04 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty 2022-02 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 The land package does not feature "Ukiyo-e" art basics.
Innistrad: Crimson Vow 2021-09 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Also available in Gift Edition. The land package does not feature "Eternal Night" art basics.[16]
Innistrad: Midnight Hunt 2021-09 8 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 The regular boosters are replaced by Set Boosters going forward. The land package does not feature "Eternal Night" art basics.[17] A Moon of Innistrad mini-poster and a Harvesttide mask are also included. The spindown counter is glow-in-the-dark.
Adventures in the Forgotten Realms 2021-07 10 40 (20) 1 1 + 1 Includes 3 oversized Dungeon cards.
The basic lands feature ten classic illustrations brought into the Modern card frame. Wrapper unfolds to become a Dungeon Master screen. Also available in Gift Edition.
Strixhaven: School of Mages 2021-03 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
Kaldheim 2021-01 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 The lands are not snow lands.[18]
Zendikar Rising 2020-09 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 The lands are not full-art; they have the regular frame.[19] Also available in Gift Edition.
Core Set 2021 2020-07 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Five regular lands and five foil lands have the M21 showcase frame.
Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths 2020-04 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1
Theros Beyond Death 2020-01 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Doesn't include constellation-style basic lands / Nyx lands in the land packs.[20]
Throne of Eldraine 2019-10 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Also available in Gift Edition.
Core Set 2020 2019-09 10 40 (20) 1 1 # 1 Introduction of the foil Bundle promo card. The Player's Guide booklet is discontinued.[8][21]
War of the Spark 2019-05 10 80 1 1
Ravnica Allegiance 2019-01 10 80 (5) 1 1 Includes one premium foil version of each basic land.
Guilds of Ravnica 2018-10 10 80 (5) 1 1 Includes one premium foil version of each basic land.[22]
Core Set 2019 2018-07 10 80 1 2 1
Dominaria 2018-04 10 80 1 2 1
Rivals of Ixalan 2018-01 10 80 1 2 1
Ixalan 2017-09 10 80 1 2 1
Hour of Devastation 2017-07 10 80 1 2 1 Includes 1 copy of each token available in the set. Twenty lands are full-art.
Amonkhet 2017-04 10 80 1 2 1 Includes 25 double-sided tokens (including all embalmed tokens).[23] Twenty lands are full-art.[24]
Aether Revolt 2017-01 10 80 1 2 1
Kaladesh 2016-09 10 80 1 2 1 Fat Pack revamped as Bundle.
Eldritch Moon 2016-07 9 80 1 2 1
Shadows over Innistrad 2016-04 9 80 1 2 1
Oath of the Gatewatch 2016-01 9 80 1 2 1 All lands are full-art. These include 14 full-art Wastes.
Battle for Zendikar 2015-10 9 80 1 2 1 All lands are full-art.
Magic Origins 2015-07 9 80 1 2 1 Does not contain checklist cards.
Dragons of Tarkir[25] 2015-03 9 80 1 2 1
Fate Reforged 2015-01 9 80 1 2 1
Khans of Tarkir 2014-09 9 80 1 2 1
Magic 2015 2014-07 9 80 1 2 1
Journey into Nyx[26] 2014-05 9 80 1 2 1
Born of the Gods[27] 2014-02 9 80 1 2 1
Theros[28] 2013-09 9 80 1 2 1
Magic 2014 2013-07 9 80 1 2 1
Dragon's Maze[29] 2013-05 9 80 1 2 1
Gatecrash [30] 2013-02 9 80 1 2 1
Return to Ravnica 2012-10 9 80 1 2 1
Magic 2013[31] 2012-07 9 80 1 2 1
Avacyn Restored[32] 2012-05 9 80 1 2 1
Dark Ascension [33] 2012-02 9 70 1 2 1 Includes ten checklist cards for use with double-faced cards
Innistrad[34] 2011-09 9 70 1 2 1 Includes ten checklist cards for use with double-faced cards
Magic 2012 2011-07 9 80 1 2 1
New Phyrexia 2011-05 9 80 1 2 1 40 basic lands are from Scars of Mirrodin and 40 from New Phyrexia.
Mirrodin Besieged 2011-02 9 80 1 2 1 40 basic lands are from Scars of Mirrodin and 40 from Mirrodin Besieged.
Scars of Mirrodin 2010-10 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from Test of Metal.
Magic 2011[35] 2010-07 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from Test of Metal.
Rise of the Eldrazi[36] 2010-04 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from Zendikar: In the Teeth of Akoum.
Worldwake[37] 2010-02 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from Zendikar: In the Teeth of Akoum. The 40 basic lands are from Zendikar. They are full-art.
Zendikar[38] 2009-10 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from Path of the Planeswalker. The lands are full-art
Magic 2010 [39] 2009-07 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from The Purifying Fire.
Alara Reborn[40] 2009-04 8 40 1 1 Includes an excerpt from Alara Unbroken. The spindown counter is gold.
Conflux[41] 2009-02 8 40 1[42] 1 Includes an excerpt from Agents of Artifice.
Shards of Alara[43] 2008-09 8 40 1 (5 versions) 1 Includes an excerpt from A Planeswalker's Guide to Alara.
Eventide [44] 2008-06 8 40 1 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card and the Eventide novel.
Shadowmoor[45] 2008-05 8 40 1 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card and the Shadowmoor anthology.
Morningtide[46] 2008-02 6 40 2 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the Morningtide novel and six color-coded plastic card dividers.
Lorwyn[47] 2007-10 6 40 2 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the Lorwyn novel and six color-coded plastic card dividers.
Tenth Edition[48] 2007-07 6 40 2 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card and six color-coded plastic card dividers.
Future Sight 2007-05 6 40 2 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the Future Sight novel and six color-coded plastic card dividers.
Planar Chaos[49] 2007-02 6 40 2 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the Planar Chaos novel and six color-coded plastic card dividers.
Time Spiral [50] 2006-10 6 40 2 1 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the Time Spiral novel and six color-coded plastic card dividers.
Coldsnap[50][51] 2006-10 6 40 2 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the The Gathering Dark classic novel[52], six color-coded plastic card dividers and a life counter with a circle spinner featuring Darien, King of Kjeldor.[53] All lands are Snow lands.
Dissension 2006-05 6 40 2 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card,the Dissension novel, six color-coded plastic card dividers and a life counter with a circle spinner featuring Rakdos the Defiler.
Guildpact 2006-02 6 40 2 Includes one random Pro Tour Player Card, the Guildpact novel, six color-coded plastic card dividers and a life counter with a circle spinner featuring Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind.
Ravnica: City of Guilds 2005-10 6 40 2 Includes the Ravnica novel, six color-coded plastic card dividers and a life counter with a circle spinner featuring Sisters of Stone Death.
Ninth Edition 2005-07 6 40 2 1 Includes six color-coded plastic card dividers and a special oversized Ninth Edition card.
Saviors of Kamigawa 2005-06 6 1 Includes the Saviors of Kamigawa novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Betrayers of Kamigawa 2005-02 6 1 Includes the Betrayers of Kamigawa novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Champions of Kamigawa 2004-10 3 1 Includes the Champions of Kamigawa novel, a tournament pack and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Fifth Dawn 2004-06 6 1 Includes the Fifth Dawn novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Darksteel 2004-02 6 1 Includes the Darksteel novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Mirrodin 2003-10 3 1 Includes the Mirrodin novel, a tournament pack and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Scourge 2003-05 6 1 Includes the Scourge novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Legions 2003-01 6 1 Includes the Legions novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Onslaught 2002-10 3 1 Includes the Onslaught novel, a tournament pack and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Judgment 2002-05 6 1 Includes the Judgment novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Torment 2002-02 6 1 Includes the Torment novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Odyssey 2001-09 3 1 Includes the Odyssey novel, a tournament pack and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Apocalypse 2001-06 6 1 This is the first Fat Pack that includes a spindown life counter. Also includes the Apocalypse novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Planeshift 2001-02 6 Includes the Planeshift novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common).
Invasion 2000-09 3 Includes the Invasion novel, a tournament pack and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common). The visual guide is a pullout section from TopDeck Magazine #13.
Prophecy 2000-06 6 Includes the Prophecy novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common). The visual guide is a pullout section from TopDeck Magazine #8.
Nemesis 2000-02 6 Includes the Nemesis novel and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common). The visual guide is a pullout section from an unreleased TopDeck Magazine #4.
Mercadian Masques 1999-09 3 Includes the Mercadian Masques novel, a tournament pack and two foil cards (a basic land and a random common). The visual guide is a pullout section from TopDeck Magazine #1.
^# Oversized
^+ Replaced by an oversized D20.

Bundle promos

Core Set 2020 was the first set to contain a foil alternate art promo card included in the Bundle.[54]

Set Release Promo
Core Set 2020 2019-07 Chandra's Regulator[54]
Throne of Eldraine 2019-10 Piper of the Swarm[55]
Theros Beyond Death 2020-01 Arasta of the Endless Web[56]
Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths 2020-04 Colossification[57]
Core Set 2021 2020-07 Pack Leader
Zendikar Rising 2020-09 Charix, the Raging Isle
Kaldheim 2021-02 Reflections of Littjara[58]
Strixhaven: School of Mages 2021-04 Archmage Emiritus[59]
Modern Horizons 2 2021-06 Yusri, Fortune's Flame[60]
Adventures in the Forgotten Realms 2021-07 Treasure Chest
Innistrad: Midnight Hunt 2021-09 Triskaidekaphile[61]
Innistrad: Crimson Vow 2021-11 Sigarda's Summons
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty 2022-02 Invoke Despair
Streets of New Capenna 2022-04 Mysterious Limousine
Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's Gate 2022-06 Wand of Wonder
Dominaria United 2022-09 Herd Migration[62]
The Brothers' War 2022-09 Queen Kayla bin-Kroog
Phyrexia: All Will Be One 2023-02 Karumonix, the Rat King
March of the Machine 2023-04 Ghalta and Mavren[63]
March of the Machine: The Aftermath 2023-05 Spark Rupture[14]
The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth 2023-06 Frodo, Sauron's Bane, Samwise the Stouthearted, Gollum, Patient Plotter and The One Ring (scene cards).[64]
Wilds of Eldraine 2023-09 Lich-Knights' Conquest
The Lost Caverns of Ixalan 2023-11 Hit the Mother Lode
Murders at Karlov Manor 2024-02 Axebane Ferox
Outlaws of Thunder Junction 2024-04 The Key to the Vault
Modern Horizons 3 2024-06 Powerbalance
Assassin's Creed 2024-07 Royal Assassin
Bloomburrow 2024-08 Thundertrap Trainer

Gallery

Overview of fatpacks

Related images

Bundles

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