Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms

From MTG Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
 
 
 
Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
Forgotten Realms logo.png
Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description Dragon head in hexagon
Design Andrew Veen (lead)[1]
Development Jules Robins (lead)
Release date July 23, 2021
Themes and mechanics Dungeons, Dragons
Expansion code AFR[2]
Development codename Zebra
Forgotten Realms Standard
Zendikar Rising Kaldheim Strixhaven: School of Mages
Magic: The Gathering Chronology
Modern Horizons 2 Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Innistrad: Midnight Hunt

Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is a Dungeons & Dragons crossover Magic: The Gathering set which replaces the core set of the 2021-2022 standard rotation.[3] It is the 88th Magic expansion and releases on July 23, 2021.[4][5] The name of the set is often abbreviated to Adventures in the Forgotten Realms or Forgotten Realms.

Set details

Mark Rosewater had worked on a Dungeons & Dragons TCG as early as 2016[6], Before that, the D&D Spellfire CCG had been created by TSR, Inc.. Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is a true collaboration between the two Hasbro teams.[7] The D&D team worked with the Magic team on every aspect of the set, similar to how the Magic team worked with the D&D team on D&D Mythic Odysseys of Theros and D&D Guildmasters' Guide to Ravnica. The D&D team provided extensive feedback on both the visuals and lore of The Forgotten Realms. The visuals of the cards will tell a story and it features many favorite D&D characters in the flavor text.

This set contains 281 regular cards (20 basic lands) and includes randomly inserted premium versions of all cards. Alternate card frames have another card number than the original version. Borderless cards are numbered #TBA-TBA, and showcase cards with the "classic rulebook frame treatment", pulled from the look and feel of the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual, are numbered #TBA-TBA . Extended artwork cards are numbered #TBA-TBA. The Buy-a-Box card is #399.

As a first, the basic lands of this set feature flavor texts. These are structured as descriptions presented by a Dungeon Master.[5]

Storyline

The Forgotten Realms is a campaign setting for the D&D fantasy role-playing game. Commonly referred to by players and game designers alike as "The Realms", the planet Toril is shared by humans, dwarves, elves, goblins, orcs, and other peoples and creatures. Technologically, the world of the Forgotten Realms resembles the pre-industrial Earth of the 13th or 14th century. However, the presence of magic provides an additional element of power to societies. There are several nation-states and many independent cities, with loose alliances being formed for defense or conquest. Forgotten Realms centers on Faerûn, a sub-continent in the northern hemisphere of Toril.[8]

The Forgotten Realms are not considered to be canonically part of Magic 's Multiverse.[9][10]

Marketing

Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is sold in regular 16-card Draft Boosters (one card being a marketing card), Theme Boosters (five monocolored and 1 TBA), Collector Boosters, Set Boosters, the Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Bundle, and four Commander decks.

Events

Promotional cards

Tokens/emblems/markers

Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms features at least one tokens and emblems.

  1. {C} Treasure token for Prosperous Innkeeper

Themes and mechanics

Forgotten Realms introduces double-sided Dungeon cards.[12]

Card types

The set introduces the Halfling creature type. Citizen appears for the first time as a black-bordered creature type (previously only seen on tokens and on a test card).

Cycles

TBA

Reprinted cards

TBA

Notable cards

Preconstructed decks

Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms features Commander decks that are released as a regular part of a set's product line.[11]

Theme
deck name
Color Identity Commander
{W} {U} {B} {R} {G}
Aura of Courage
Dungeons of Death
Draconic Rage
Planar Portal

References

External links