Two Prerelease Kits and two prize packs (hey, everybody is a winner with us..) (Packs for this set are gonna end up between $9-12 to start. We opened 10 of these kits and the least value was two that "only" had about $65 in value...most were between $100-270! Your millage may very, but these suckers seem to have a ton of fun.)
We're still working on getting new ventilation in the shop, so unless we can pull off a really good magic trick, this will be the last prerelease out of the store. However, there is a new thing that Wizards snapped up called SpellTable, which is basically a super nicely designed way to play live magic, zoom style...
Modern Horizons 2 is the second Magicset to skip Standard legality and aim straight for Modern. Inside are new-to-Modern cards, with a mix of new cards and reprints that will become Modern-legal for the first time.
The Prerelease Pack represents our foray into expanding Prereleases beyond solely Standard-focused sets. Here is what you get inside:
6 Draft Boosters ofModern Horizons 2
1 Traditional foil rare or mythic rare from the main set with a foil stamp*
5 Unique double-sided tokens (including sweet pairings such as Food // Crab)
1 Spindown die withModern Horizons 2expansion symbol imprint
1 Reusable box with divider
*The foil-stamped cards include all the newly introducedModern Horizons 2rares and mythic rares as well as the reprint enemy fetch lands. There is a total of 60 rares and 20 mythic rares that you could get as your foil-stamped Prerelease card. You won't get a new-to-Modern rare or mythic rare reprint with this foil stamp.
Depending on where you are in the world, playingMagicin a store may not be available to you due to COVID-19. So, if you get product to bring home and can't play in a store, what should you do?
Well, of course there'sMagic Online, which lets you play the set from a safe distance. But one other thing you could try is playing over a phone camera or a webcam!
If you haven't tried SpellTable yet, it's really fantastic: with just a few clicks of a button, you can set up your phone camera or computer webcam to playMagicwith someone across town—or across the world. Complete with life total tracking and card lookup, it's really easy to set up: just log in with your Wizards account and you're good to go.
Some stores will even be offering remote Prerelease play opportunities using SpellTable, and there are many places out there organizing times to play.