|Secret Lair Drop Series:|
All-Natural, Totally Refreshing Superdrop
|Symbol description||Shooting star|
|Release date||June 21, 2021|
|Set size||8 mini-sets (40 cards)|
|Secret Lair Drop Series|
|Magic: The Gathering Chronology|
The All-Natural, Totally Refreshing Superdrop is a superdrop in the Secret Lair product range and a continuation of the alternate art Secret Lair Drop Series. It was available for purchase from the Wizards of the Coast webshop secretlair.wizards.com from June 21 to July 23, 2021.
On days like today, we like to crack open a nice, cool superdrop and watch the clouds roll by. Can you feel the warm breeze and smell the summer jasmine? With your favorite refreshing beverage in hand, take a leisurely look through the options below.
Saturday Morning D&D: It's 1983. It's Saturday morning. You douse a bowl of sugary cereal with milk and run over to the TV. (You try not spill, but you spill a little anyway. Someone else will get that.) After fiddling with the dials, you tune in for the first-ever episode of the Dungeons & Dragons TV show. Cartoon scientist and skilled artist Tyler Walpole has successfully distilled that feeling into Magic art.
Artist Series: Mark Poole: Mark Poole is one of the all-time greats. He's been with the game since the start and continues to make awesome art to this day. We really wanted this drop to celebrate his rich history with the game. To that end, it includes both classic art—some of which has never before been seen in the modern frame—and brand-new masterpieces for beloved cards. Shocking no one, Mark delivered, big time.
Special Guest: Fiona Staples: You would not believe what Fiona Staples said when we asked her if she wanted to illustrate a Secret Lair drop. She said, "Yes." Well, since you're looking at this product page, you probably believe it pretty easily, but we still think we're dreaming. The Fiona Staples, award-winning comic book artist known for her emotive art and compelling characters, has entered the Magic arena! (Not that one.) She directed her unbelievable reserves of talent toward five sweet cards—cards that can be yours!
Special Guest: Jen Bartel: Jen Bartel is here, and she means business. She honed her skills on the mean streets of multiple major comic companies, and now she's come for Magic. When she karate-kicked the doors to Wizards HQ wide open, she immediately charged the artist pit. But it wasn't 'til she performed at least six different judo throws on several perplexed staff members that she told us what she wanted: her own Secret Lair drop. We immediately acquiesced—partially out of fear, but mostly out of a deep respect for her ridiculous talent. She immediately put her award-winning skills to work. Several weeks later, a flaming arrow crashed through the window of our boss's office, immolating a carefully manicured fern. These cards were attached.
Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition: Glory to Phyrexia! Celebrate the Praetors' inevitable victory over the rest of the Multiverse with these five terrifyingly awesome reprints. This is each of the original Praetor cards, lovingly restored to the original Phyrexian they were written in when we found them in a pool of viscous black fluid that had begun to seep out of the haunted R&D mini fridge. For good measure, we've placed them in the new legendary Praetor frame that debuted with Kaldheim. It's never too early to suck up to your future monstrous overlords.
Mother's Day 2021: We're celebrating Mother's Day with a tribute to Magic's favorite mom: Mother of Runes. We brought in four different artists to give their own take on motherhood. You can feel the affection and protection in both Ejiwa "Edge" Ebenebe's and Livia Prima's gorgeous pieces. Real-life mother and child Rebecca Guay and Eliette Mitchell both created poignant pieces from different sides of the relationship. (And yes, you read that correctly — [Rebecca Guay]] is back, too!)
Dan Frazier is Back: The Signets: You can't spell "classic Magic art" without "Dan Frazier." Ok, you caught us. You can. But metaphorically, you absolutely cannot. The man is a bastion of old-school art, having illustrated the original Moxen and countless more. So, when we decided we wanted to celebrate Modern Horizons 2 with some retro frame cards, we knew exactly who to call. Dan went above and beyond, illustrating the allied signets as if the guilds were conceived almost 30 years ago. Some parts will look familiar. Others will not. Only one thing is for sure: Dan Frazier is back with a vengeance.
|Saturday Morning D&D||$29.99||$39.99||Inspired by the 1983-1985 cartoon series Dungeons & Dragons|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||$29.99||$39.99||Part of the Artist Series. Both classic and new illustrations by Mark Poole.|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||$29.99||$39.99||Illustrations by noted comic book artist Fiona Staples.|
|Special Guest: Jen Bartel||$29.99||$39.99||Illustrations by noted comic book artist Jen Bartel.|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||$29.99||$39.99||The original Praetors with Phyrexian text.|
|Mother's Day 2021||$29.99||$39.99||Interpretations of Mother of Runes|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||$29.99||$39.99||Allied color retro frame Signets by Dan Frazier.|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||$29.99||$39.99||Enemy color retro frame Signets by Dan Frazier.|
The drops could be bought separately or in several bundles. The All-Natural Foil Bundle contained all eight drops in foil for $269.99. The Totally Refreshing Non-Foil Bundle comprised of all eight drops in their non-foil version for $199.99. The All 4 U Bundle contained each drop, in both foil and non-foil versions for $444.44.
Starting with this superdrop, the packaging for all Secret Lair drops was reduced to less than half the original volume, being made from all-recyclable paper (except the plastic card wraps), and containing 91% less plastic by volume.
|Saturday Morning D&D||310||Unbreakable Formation||Tyler Walpole||Borderless art. Depicts Diana, the acrobat, and Eric, the cavalier.|
|Saturday Morning D&D||311||Whir of Invention||Tyler Walpole||Borderless art. Depicts Presto, the magician.|
|Saturday Morning D&D||312||Hero's Downfall||Tyler Walpole||Borderless art. Depicts Venger, the Force of Evil, and the party in a crystal ball (including Uni the Unicorn).|
|Saturday Morning D&D||313||Impact Tremors||Tyler Walpole||Borderless art. Depicts ranger Hank, Bobby the Barbarian and Sheila, the thief.|
|Saturday Morning D&D||314||Primal Vigor||Tyler Walpole||Borderless art. Depicts Warduke.|
|Saturday Morning D&D||315||Commander's Sphere||Tyler Walpole||Borderless art. Depicts the Dungeon Master.|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||173||Balance||Mark Poole|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||174||Brainstorm||Mark Poole||The name of the mind mage Porlema'ko is an anagram of Mark Poole. The same person was depicted by Poole on Ancestral Recall.|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||175||Counterspell||Mark Poole||Original art in Modern card frame|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||176||Birds of Paradise||Mark Poole||Original art in Modern card frame|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||177||Howling Mine||Mark Poole||Original art in Modern card frame|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||178||Wasteland||Mark Poole||Depicts a ruined Library of Alexandria.|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||190||Soul-Scar Mage||Fiona Staples||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||191||Dryad of the Ilysian Grove||Fiona Staples||Borderless art. First printing with the correct creature-type Dryad in addition to Nymph.|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||192||Sakura-Tribe Elder||Fiona Staples||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||193||Spell Queller||Fiona Staples||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||194||Metallic Mimic||Fiona Staples||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Jen Bartel||282||Mesa Enchantress||Jen Bartel||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Jen Bartel||283||Archaeomancer||Jen Bartel||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Jen Bartel||284||Bloom Tender||Jen Bartel||Borderless art.|
|Special Guest: Jen Bartel||285||Meteor Golem||Jen Bartel||Borderless art.|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||209||Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite||Igor Kieryluk||Original art. Phyrexian text. Legendary card frame.|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||210||Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur||Eric Deschamps||Original art. Phyrexian text. Legendary card frame.|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||211||Sheoldred, Whispering One||Jana Schirmer & Johannes Voss||Original art. Phyrexian text. Legendary card frame.|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||212||Urabrask the Hidden||Brad Rigney||Original art. Phyrexian text. Legendary card frame.|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||213||Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger||Karl Kopinski||Original art. Phyrexian text. Legendary card frame.|
|Mother's Day 2021||296||Mother of Runes||Ejiwa "Edge" Ebenebe|
|Mother's Day 2021||297||Mother of Runes||Rebecca Guay||Guay's first new illustration in ten years|
|Mother's Day 2021||298||Mother of Runes||Eliette Mitchell||Mitchell is Rebecca Guay's daughter.|
|Mother's Day 2021||299||Mother of Runes||Livia Prima|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||286||Azorius Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||287||Dimir Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||288||Gruul Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||289||Rakdos Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||290||Selesnya Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||291||Boros Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||292||Golgari Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||293||Izzet Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||294||Orzhov Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||295||Simic Signet||Dan Frazier||Retro frame|
Digital content for MTG Arena is only available Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition. It comes with a code for five (5) card styles.
|Drop||Bonus card||Card #|
|Saturday Morning D&D||D&D Cartoon Crash Through, featuring Uni the Unicorn.||592|
|Artist Series: Mark Poole||Sketched Brainstorm, Blueprint Eldrazi Monument or Blueprint Ornithopter||582, 603, 604|
|Special Guest: Fiona Staples||Stained-glass Jaya, venerated Firemage or Sarkhan the Masterless||513, 514|
|Special Guest: Jen Bartel||Foil Jumpstart Plains (Enchanted), Island (Archaeology) or Mountain (Smashing). Or Blueprint Swiftfoot Boots||544, 551, 569, 606|
|Phyrexian Praetors: Compleat Edition||Foil Jumpstart Swamp (Phyrexian)||560|
|Mother's Day||Foil Jumpstart Island (Mill) or Mountain (Minotaurs)||552, 571|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Allied Signets||Retro frame Arcane Signet||589|
|Dan Frazier is Back: The Enemy Signets||Retro frame Arcane Signet||589|
- Information below the text box
- Wizards of the Coast (June 17, 2021). "Secret Lair's All-Natural, Totally Refreshing Superdrop". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
- Tyler Walpole (June 17, 2021). "Look! It's a thing I made!". Twitter.
- MtG Secret Lair: All-Natural, Totally Refreshing Superdrop SUPER SWAG (Video). Amazonian. YouTube (July 11, 2021).
- Amy the Amazonian (July 11, 2021). "From the MtG Secret Lair, I pulled two never before seen Blueprint Artifacts illustrated by Cosmin Podar.". Twitter.
- Secret Lair Bonus Cards. Reddit (July 11, 2021).