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Magic: The Gathering’s latest set features reprints from throughout its 25-year history

To celebrate 25 years of Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast is launching Masters 25. The set features a reprinted card from every black-bordered set ever produced. Polygon spoke with the developers last week to learn more about the new set, and even solicited some answers to specific questions sent in by fans. We’ve also been given access to three exclusive cards to reveal in the feature story below.

Masters 25 was fully explained just last week by Gavin Verhey, a former professional Magicplayer and now a member of the research and development team at Wizards. That feature-length article is recommended reading for die-hard players, but if you’re returning to the game after some time away, like I am, here’s the gist of it: Masters 25 isn’t focused on one particular format like Modern or Commander. There’s a little something in there for everyone, which will make the set particularly fun to play in a draft format, where players sit around the table and open fresh packs together, taking turns building decks on the fly.

“To clarify the theme,” Verhey wrote in his post, “what you’re going to see in this set, precisely, is a theme of nostalgia and history. We picked many cards, especially at common and uncommon, that should conjure up memories. I know playing with some of these cards again simultaneously gave me flashbacks to sitting on my carpet at home casting unsleeved spells with my brother, building decks for my first Friday Night Magic events, all the way through competing on the Pro Tour. No matter how long you’ve been playing Magic, you’ll find cards to remember here.”

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“We wanted to design a drafting experience that was more about choosing individual cards you like, and synergies between those cards, than overarching archetypes for each color combination,” Yoni Skolnik, lead developer of Masters 25, told Polygon via email. “The main keyword mechanics in this set, Morph and Cycling, can be found across multiple blocks in Magic’s history. So, no matter when you played Magic the most in the past 25 years, you’ll be familiar with the types of cards in the set.”

Where can you find Masters 25? Wizards told Polygon that cards will be available wherever Magic cards are sold, including at your friendly local game store and big-box retailers. Like previous Masters sets (such as Iconic Masters and Modern Masters 2017) there will be no land cards. Instead, you’ll find a foil version of one of the cards from the set in every pack.

Another thing you won’t find inside packs of Masters 25 is anything on the Reserved Cards list. That’s a laundry list of highly sought-after and/or game-breaking cards that Wizards has vowed not to publish ever again. The reserved list was last revised in 2016, and the design team told Polygon that they didn’t even consider refreshing it this time around.

However, some cards have been removed from the banned list, including a planeswalker card called Jace The Mind Sculptor, which will be reprinted as part of Masters 25.

Scott Chou/Wizards of the Coast

More than anything, Masters 25 is designed as a supplemental set for existing players and collectors. If you are looking to get back into the hobby and starting from scratch you might be better served looking into the most recent set, Rivals of Ixalan.

“People choose to play Magic in so many different ways,” Skolnik said. “Masters 25 is primarily designed to be a fun and deep draft environment, containing many cards that see play in many different formats, like Modern, Legacy, Vintage, Commander, and Pauper. Masters 25 is a toolset of cards that gives players the chance to draft memorable cards from the game’s history, have some fun Limited games, and then try them out in a lot of different formats. There are more than 20 different formats of play, and cards from this set complement nearly all of them in some way.”

Sours: https://www.polygon.com/2018/2/27/17059362/magic-the-gathering-masters-25-black-border-set-reprints

 

WHITE | BLUE | BLACK | RED | GREEN
MULTICOLORED | ARTIFACT | LAND | ALL CARDS

WHITE

Act of Heroism
Act of Heroism

Akroma, Angel of Wrath
Akroma, Angel of Wrath

Akroma’s Vengeance
Akroma’s Vengeance

Angelic Page
Angelic Page

Armageddon
Armageddon

Auramancer
Auramancer

Cloudshift
Cloudshift

Congregate
Congregate

Darien, King of Kjeldor
Darien, King of Kjeldor

Dauntless Cathar
Dauntless Cathar

Decree of Justice
Decree of Justice

Disenchant
Disenchant

Fencing Ace
Fencing Ace

Fiend Hunter
Fiend Hunter

Geist of the Moors
Geist of the Moors

Gods Willing
Gods Willing

Griffin Protector
Griffin Protector

Karona’s Zealot
Karona’s Zealot

Knight of the Skyward Eye
Knight of the Skyward Eye

Kongming, “Sleeping Dragon”
Kongming, “Sleeping Dragon”

Kor Firewalker
Kor Firewalker

Loyal Sentry
Loyal Sentry

Luminarch Ascension
Luminarch Ascension

Lunarch Mantle
Lunarch Mantle

Noble Templar
Noble Templar

Nyx-Fleece Ram
Nyx-Fleece Ram

Ordeal of Heliod
Ordeal of Heliod

Pacifism
Pacifism

Path of Peace
Path of Peace

Promise of Bunrei
Promise of Bunrei

Renewed Faith
Renewed Faith

Rest in Peace
Rest in Peace

Savannah Lions
Savannah Lions

Squadron Hawk
Squadron Hawk

Swords to Plowshares
Swords to Plowshares

Thalia, Guardian of Thraben
Thalia, Guardian of Thraben

Urbis Protector
Urbis Protector

Valor in Akros
Valor in Akros

Whitemane Lion
Whitemane Lion

BLUE

Accumulated Knowledge
Accumulated Knowledge

Arcane Denial
Arcane Denial

Bident of Thassa
Bident of Thassa

Blue Elemental Blast
Blue Elemental Blast

Blue Sun’s Zenith
Blue Sun’s Zenith

Borrowing 100,000 Arrows
Borrowing 100,000 Arrows

Brainstorm
Brainstorm

Brine Elemental
Brine Elemental

Choking Tethers
Choking Tethers

Coralhelm Guide
Coralhelm Guide

Counterspell
Counterspell

Court Hussar
Court Hussar

Curiosity
Curiosity

Cursecatcher
Cursecatcher

Dragon’s Eye Savants
Dragon’s Eye Savants

Exclude
Exclude

Fathom Seer
Fathom Seer

Flash
Flash

Freed from the Real
Freed from the Real

Genju of the Falls
Genju of the Falls

Ghost Ship
Ghost Ship

Horseshoe Crab
Horseshoe Crab

Jace, the Mind Sculptor
Jace, the Mind Sculptor

Jalira, Master Polymorphist
Jalira, Master Polymorphist

Man-o’-War
Man-o’-War

Merfolk Looter
Merfolk Looter

Murder of Crows
Murder of Crows

Mystic of the Hidden Way
Mystic of the Hidden Way

Pact of Negation
Pact of Negation

Phantasmal Bear
Phantasmal Bear

Reef Worm
Reef Worm

Retraction Helix
Retraction Helix

Shoreline Ranger
Shoreline Ranger

Sift
Sift

Totally Lost
Totally Lost

Twisted Image
Twisted Image

Vendilion Clique
Vendilion Clique

Vesuvan Shapeshifter
Vesuvan Shapeshifter

Willbender
Willbender

BLACK

Ancient Craving
Ancient Craving

Bloodhunter Bat
Bloodhunter Bat

Caustic Tar
Caustic Tar

Dark Ritual
Dark Ritual

Deadly Designs
Deadly Designs

Death’s-Head Buzzard
Death’s-Head Buzzard

Diabolic Edict
Diabolic Edict

Dirge of Dread
Dirge of Dread

Disfigure
Disfigure

Doomsday
Doomsday

Dusk Legion Zealot
Dusk Legion Zealot

Erg Raiders
Erg Raiders

Fallen Angel
Fallen Angel

Hell’s Caretaker
Hell’s Caretaker

Horror of the Broken Lands
Horror of the Broken Lands

Ihsan’s Shade
Ihsan’s Shade

Laquatus’s Champion
Laquatus’s Champion

Living Death
Living Death

Mesmeric Fiend
Mesmeric Fiend

Murder
Murder

Nezumi Cutthroat
Nezumi Cutthroat

Phyrexian Ghoul
Phyrexian Ghoul

Phyrexian Obliterator
Phyrexian Obliterator

Plague Wind
Plague Wind

Ratcatcher
Ratcatcher

Ravenous Chupacabra
Ravenous Chupacabra

Relentless Rats
Relentless Rats

Returned Phalanx
Returned Phalanx

Ruthless Ripper
Ruthless Ripper

Street Wraith
Street Wraith

Supernatural Stamina
Supernatural Stamina

Triskaidekaphobia
Triskaidekaphobia

Twisted Abomination
Twisted Abomination

Undead Gladiator
Undead Gladiator

Unearth
Unearth

Vampire Lacerator
Vampire Lacerator

Will-o’-the-Wisp
Will-o’-the-Wisp

Zombify
Zombify

Zulaport Cutthroat
Zulaport Cutthroat

RED

Act of Treason
Act of Treason

Akroma, Angel of Fury
Akroma, Angel of Fury

Balduvian Horde
Balduvian Horde

Ball Lightning
Ball Lightning

Blood Moon
Blood Moon

Browbeat
Browbeat

Chandra’s Outrage
Chandra’s Outrage

Chartooth Cougar
Chartooth Cougar

Cinder Storm
Cinder Storm

Crimson Mage
Crimson Mage

Eidolon of the Great Revel
Eidolon of the Great Revel

Enthralling Victor
Enthralling Victor

Fortune Thief
Fortune Thief

Frenzied Goblin
Frenzied Goblin

Genju of the Spires
Genju of the Spires

Goblin War Drums
Goblin War Drums

Hordeling Outburst
Hordeling Outburst

Humble Defector
Humble Defector

Imperial Recruiter
Imperial Recruiter

Ire Shaman
Ire Shaman

Izzet Chemister
Izzet Chemister

Jackal Pup
Jackal Pup

Kindle
Kindle

Lightning Bolt
Lightning Bolt

Magus of the Wheel
Magus of the Wheel

Mogg Flunkies
Mogg Flunkies

Pillage
Pillage

Pyre Hound
Pyre Hound

Pyroclasm
Pyroclasm

Red Elemental Blast
Red Elemental Blast

Simian Spirit Guide
Simian Spirit Guide

Skeletonize
Skeletonize

Skirk Commando
Skirk Commando

Soulbright Flamekin
Soulbright Flamekin

Spikeshot Goblin
Spikeshot Goblin

Thresher Lizard
Thresher Lizard

Trumpet Blast
Trumpet Blast

Uncaged Fury
Uncaged Fury

Zada, Hedron Grinder
Zada, Hedron Grinder

GREEN

Ainok Survivalist
Ainok Survivalist

Ambassador Oak
Ambassador Oak

Ancient Stirrings
Ancient Stirrings

Arbor Elf
Arbor Elf

Azusa, Lost but Seeking
Azusa, Lost but Seeking

Broodhatch Nantuko
Broodhatch Nantuko

Colossal Dreadmaw
Colossal Dreadmaw

Courser of Kruphix
Courser of Kruphix

Cultivate
Cultivate

Echoing Courage
Echoing Courage

Elvish Aberration
Elvish Aberration

Elvish Piper
Elvish Piper

Ember Weaver
Ember Weaver

Epic Confrontation
Epic Confrontation

Fierce Empath
Fierce Empath

Giant Growth
Giant Growth

Invigorate
Invigorate

Iwamori of the Open Fist
Iwamori of the Open Fist

Kavu Climber
Kavu Climber

Kavu Predator
Kavu Predator

Krosan Colossus
Krosan Colossus

Krosan Tusker
Krosan Tusker

Living Wish
Living Wish

Lull
Lull

Master of the Wild Hunt
Master of the Wild Hunt

Nettle Sentinel
Nettle Sentinel

Plummet
Plummet

Presence of Gond
Presence of Gond

Protean Hulk
Protean Hulk

Rancor
Rancor

Regrowth
Regrowth

Stampede Driver
Stampede Driver

Summoner’s Pact
Summoner’s Pact

Timberpack Wolf
Timberpack Wolf

Tree of Redemption
Tree of Redemption

Utopia Sprawl
Utopia Sprawl

Vessel of Nascency
Vessel of Nascency

Wildheart Invoker
Wildheart Invoker

Woolly Loxodon
Woolly Loxodon

MULTICOLORED

Animar, Soul of Elements
Animar, Soul of Elements

Baloth Null
Baloth Null

Blightning
Blightning

Boros Charm
Boros Charm

Brion Stoutarm
Brion Stoutarm

Cloudblazer
Cloudblazer

Conflux
Conflux

Eladamri’s Call
Eladamri’s Call

Gisela, Blade of Goldnight
Gisela, Blade of Goldnight

Grenzo, Dungeon Warden
Grenzo, Dungeon Warden

Hanna, Ship’s Navigator
Hanna, Ship’s Navigator

Lorescale Coatl
Lorescale Coatl

Mystic Snake
Mystic Snake

Nicol Bolas
Nicol Bolas

Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind
Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind

Notion Thief
Notion Thief

Pernicious Deed
Pernicious Deed

Pillory of the Sleepless
Pillory of the Sleepless

Prossh, Skyraider of Kher
Prossh, Skyraider of Kher

Quicksilver Dagger
Quicksilver Dagger

Ruric Thar, the Unbowed
Ruric Thar, the Unbowed

Shadowmage Infiltrator
Shadowmage Infiltrator

Stangg
Stangg

Vindicate
Vindicate

Watchwolf
Watchwolf

ARTIFACT

Assembly-Worker
Assembly-Worker

Chalice of the Void
Chalice of the Void

Coalition Relic
Coalition Relic

Ensnaring Bridge
Ensnaring Bridge

Heavy Arbalest
Heavy Arbalest

Nihil Spellbomb
Nihil Spellbomb

Perilous Myr
Perilous Myr

Primal Clay
Primal Clay

Prophetic Prism
Prophetic Prism

Sai of the Shinobi
Sai of the Shinobi

Self-Assembler
Self-Assembler

Strionic Resonator
Strionic Resonator

Sundering Titan
Sundering Titan

Swiftfoot Boots
Swiftfoot Boots

Treasure Keeper
Treasure Keeper

LAND

Ash Barrens
Ash Barrens

Cascade Bluffs
Cascade Bluffs

Fetid Heath
Fetid Heath

Flooded Grove
Flooded Grove

Haunted Fengraf
Haunted Fengraf

Mikokoro, Center of the Sea
Mikokoro, Center of the Sea

Mishra’s Factory
Mishra’s Factory

Myriad Landscape
Myriad Landscape

Pendelhaven
Pendelhaven

Quicksand
Quicksand

Rishadan Port
Rishadan Port

Rugged Prairie
Rugged Prairie

Twilight Mire
Twilight Mire

Zoetic Cavern
Zoetic Cavern

 

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With Masters 25, Magic's 25th Anniversary set finally spoiled, it is time to take a look at how the new reprints affect your cube. Whether you are going to crack some packs or sit back and watch single prices drop, the set should have something to offer your cube both in the department of new cards and when it comes to pimping it out with foils and new illustrations. Welcome to Cubes For Squares' A25 Top 10.

Emotions on the Internet have been running high since Wizards of the Coast released the full set list for the eagerly awaited Masters 25 (A25) a few days ago. While it is still a bit early to say what the legacy of the set will be, one thing A25 at the very least will be remembered for is the watermarks that decorate the textboxes on 248 out of the 249 cards (i.e. all of the set’s non-planeswalker cards).

Watermarks are nothing new but these ones with the set symbols look particularly great. If you're like me, some of the singles you will be picking up from Masters 25 will only differ from the cards they replace in your cube by having the watermark. Examples of this in my cube are Man-o-War, Pacifism and Dark Legion Zealot. The A25 Brainstorm I will get for the watermark as well as for the most awesome illustration for that card, which has finally made the leap into print from Magic Online.

Brainstorm

Other cards just do not make the cut for me, when it comes to the purely visual side. Wizards has yet to print a version of Counterspell with an illustration to my liking, so I will stick with the Tempest version for now. And the set's version of Disenchant also cannot compete with the old Ice Age one I currently use. Finally, at the risk of offending the general opinion I still prefer the Ice Age Swords to Plowshares to Terese Nielsen's – beautiful as it may be.

CounterspellDisenchantSwords to Plowshares

Since this Top 10 already has its share of useful all-rounders, none of the cards mentioned above made it to the final ten. Of course, you should still have most of them in your cube, unless you have a good thematic reason to leave them out.

Now, let's look at the Top 10:

10) Grenzo, Dungeon Warden

Grenzo, Dungeon Warden

This cheery guy was originally printed in Conspiracy. Grenzo, Dungeon Warden has power and toughness equal to his CMC when cast, which is generally a good thing in limited. Cast him for however much mana you have available at the time – and should your deck be packed with cheap Goblins you can cast him early on and use him later as a mana sink, digging out his fellow tribe members from your library and putting them into play.

9) Unearth

Unearth

Some evil refuses to stay dead, and with this card you can Unearth any evil you please from your graveyard. Well, at least as long as it's not too expensive. Unearth is no Reanimate but it does have cycling and a cool new illustration and flavor text. It also brings some nice low cost redundancy to your cube's reanimation archetype.

8) Eladamri's Call

Eladamri's Call

While a lot of people had hoped for other tutors to be included in Masters 25 (not least the Demonic Tutor that gave the effect its name) a couple of tutors did make it into the set. Eladamri's Call tutors for a creature at instant speed. It may not have the lowest upfront mana cost for creature tutors in this set, on the other hand its competitor for this spot, Summoner's Pact, also comes at a steep price.

7) Flash

Flash

With Flash you can activate ETB (Enter the Battlefield) abilities for the price of two mana and the extra card. But this versatile instant (which, in A25, finally gets an illustration, that does not hurt the eye) is capable of much more mischievousness. You can put your big targets for reanimation in your graveyard early on, and it can even give you value when used for its intended purpose – to flash in a surprise blocker or to cast a creature at the end of your opponents turn and avoid sorcery speed removal.

6) Boros Charm

Boros Charm

Even if Minotaurs can be bullies, they do have that certain Boros Charm, which, like other charms, is a modal spell giving you different effects to choose from when casting it. Choice is good and more so in a limited environment. On top of that, this one strengthens a color pair, which at times ends up as a wallflower during cube drafts despite its... charm.

5) Vindicate

Vindicate

Between them, white and black can already destroy any type of permanent. Vindicate takes the destructive capabilities of the two colors a step further and combines them into a single card. Of course, this is at sorcery speed, but Vindicate is truly a classic. It even gave name to the Vindicate Verdict – a test which determines how resilient a permanent is by asking whether it can be removed by Vindicate.

4) Vendilion Clique

Vendillion Clique

The Vendilion Clique is part of the in-crowd. They get invited to all the parties, or at least to a lot of Masters sets – A25 is their third time around the block. And for a good reason. Not only can they flash onto the battlefield to snub at an attacker with their 3/1 flying body, they also have a nice ETB ability that you can target at your opponent or yourself. The Clique is an obvious pick for any self-respecting cube with a flicker/blink archetype.

3) Regrowth

Regrowth

Of only two cards on this list from Alpha (the first Magic set) a quarter of a century ago this one is may be the least famous. Yet Regrowth used to be considered quite a powerful card. It was banned in Legacy until 2004 and restricted in Vintage for nearly 20 years. Returning any card from your graveyard to your hand is not bad at all, and at just two mana it is definitely worth it. If you're not picky about having white borders in your cube, the Revised version can be purchased for only 10 cent. But since this newly sprouted version is still an uncommon, you will probably be able to find it for cheap – if you don't happen to open one yourself.

2) Jace, The Mind Sculptor

Jace, the Mind Sculptor

Jace. Jace. Jace. Jace, the Mind Sculptor. Loved by some, hated by others and respected by all as the most powerful planeswalker card ever. Banned in Modern since the format was first introduced and until ... well until the card was spoiled as the top chase mythic in Masters 25. Should you put Jace in your cube? If your cube has any way to produce blue mana, I would say yes. At least if you are willing to shell out for one or happen to crack a pack with a Jace without selling him right away to the highest bidder.

1) Lightning Bolt

Lightning Bolt

What better way to celebrate 25 years of Magic than by doing 3 damage at instant speed for only one red mana? Not least if the damage ends up clearing Jace off the board. Lightning Bolt is probably already in your cube, since it is probably the most iconic Magic card ever printed. But, unless you own a classic black border Bolt with the old Christopher Rush illustration, or you are looking to part with € 100 - 200 (the price for an English Beta or Judge Promo version at Near Mint), the watermarked version of Masters 25 is an excellent choice for your cube. At the moment of writing, foiled versions are offered for presale at just under € 5.

That wraps it up the Cubes for Squares Top 10 cards from Masters 25. Feel free to leave a comment about which cards from the set you look forward to add to your cube, and which new illustrations will replace old ones to pimp up your own limited environment.

Opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily Cardmarket.



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Limited Resources 432 – Masters 25 Set Primer
Masters 25
A25 logo.png
Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description 25 superimposed on the planeswalker symbol
DesignAdam Prosak (lead)
Ethan Fleischer
Matthew Danner
Melissa DeTora
Pete Ingram
Yoni Skolnik
Development Yoni Skolnik (lead)
Ethan Fleischer
Melissa DeTora
Art directionMark Winters
Release date March 16, 2018
Themes and mechanicsEnchantment creatures, Flickering, Tapping and Untapping
Keywords/​ability wordsCycling and Landcycling, Morph and Megamorph
Set size 249 cards
(101 commons, 80 uncommons, 53 rares, 15 mythic rares)
Expansion code A25[1]
Physical Masters series
Magic: The GatheringChronology

Masters 25 is a booster-based compilation set that was released on March 16, 2018.[2][3] It is designed to be drafted and celebrates twenty-five years of Magic: The Gathering.[4][5]

Set details[]

Magic 25.png
“  25 Years in the Making!  ”

Masters 25 contains 249 cards (101 commons, 80 uncommons, 53 rares, 15 mythic rares) and includes randomly inserted premium versions of all cards. The product contains cards from across Magic 's entire history, a concept earlier seen in Eighth Edition. Cards from un-sets and the Reserved List are excluded.[6][7] The expansion symbol for this set is the planeswalker symbol with a 25 in front of it, slightly different from the symbol used for the 25th anniversary. Nearly every card in Masters 25 features a watermark, representing its original expansion symbol. This treatment is even used for cards first printed in Limited Edition (Alpha), using a Magic M as the watermark. Un-watermarkable cards like planeswalkers are excluded from this treatment.[8] The set features over 30 pieces of new Magic art and many pieces of new flavor text.[9][10]

Marketing[]

Like Iconic Masters, the release of this set forms part of the celebration of Magic's 25th anniversary. Like for earlier Masters series sets, the MSRP of one booster was set to $9.99. Unlike Modern Masters or Eternal Masters, this product is not geared to any specific format.[11] Every booster box of Masters 25 contains 24 booster packs — each with fifteen randomly inserted game cards, including one premium card in every pack. The 16-card boosters (the sixteenth card is a marketing card) feature artwork from Jace, the Mind Sculptor, Azusa, Lost but Seeking and Sundering Titan.

Magic Online[]

Masters 25 will be available on Magic Online starting December 7 for $6.99 per pack. It will not be redeemable.

Themes and mechanics[]

Masters 25 covers all of Magic's 25 years, with at least one card from all black borderedreleases in those 25 years. Rather than focus on mechanics or archetypes as most Masters series products do, the set is focused on famous combos and iconic cards from the past to make the gameplay as high on nostalgia as possible.[12][13]

Reprints[]

The table below organizes every card from Masters 25 according to the black border set in which they were originally printed. While each set got at least one reprint, some sets (and blocks) were clearly prioritized over others in card selection due to a variety of factors (limited concerns, raising availability for non-rotating formats, overall financial value).

The most represented sets/block are Onslaught block (with 20 reprints), Time Spiral block (with 14 reprints), then Alpha (with 12 reprints). Check the "N° of cards" column for the full detail.

Set Watermark N° of cards Reprints
Alpha12 Armageddon - Disenchant - Savannah Lions - Swords to Plowshares - Blue Elemental Blast - Counterspell - Dark Ritual - Will-o'-the-Wisp - Lightning Bolt - Red Elemental Blast - Giant Growth - Regrowth
Arabian Nights1 Erg Raiders
Antiquities2 Primal Clay - Mishra's Factory
Legends5 Fallen Angel - Hell's Caretaker - Nicol Bolas - Stangg - Pendelhaven
The Dark3 Ghost Ship - Ball Lightning - Blood Moon
Fallen Empires1 Goblin War Drums
Ice Age2 Brainstorm - Pyroclasm
Homelands1 Ihsan's Shade
Alliances3 Arcane Denial - Balduvian Horde - Pillage
Mirage2 Pacifism - Flash
Visions2 Man-o'-War - Quicksand
Portal1 Path of Peace
Weatherlight1 Doomsday
Tempest4 Diabolic Edict - Living Death - Jackal Pup - Kindle
Stronghold3 Sift - Mogg Flunkies - Ensnaring Bridge
Exodus2 Curiosity - Merfolk Looter
Portal Second Age1 Ancient Craving
Urza's Saga5 Angelic Page - Congregate - Horseshoe Crab - Phyrexian Ghoul - Lull
Urza's Legacy2 Unearth - Rancor
Urza's Destiny2 Trumpet Blast - Elvish Piper
Portal Three Kingdoms3 Kongming, "Sleeping Dragon" - Borrowing 100,000 Arrows - Imperial Recruiter
Starter 19992 Loyal Sentry - Cinder Storm
Mercadian Masques2 Invigorate - Rishadan Port
Nemesis2 Accumulated Knowledge - Stampede Driver
Prophecy1 Plague Wind
Invasion4 Exclude - Kavu Climber - Hanna, Ship's Navigator
Planeshift1 Eladamri's Call
Apocalypse4 Mystic Snake - Pernicious Deed - Quicksilver Dagger - Vindicate
Odyssey4 Auramancer - Caustic Tar - Zombify - Shadowmage Infiltrator
Torment2 Laquatus's Champion - Mesmeric Fiend
Judgment2 Browbeat - Living Wish
Onslaught9 Akroma's Vengeance - Renewed Faith - Choking Tethers - Dirge of Dread - Undead Gladiator - Skirk Commando - Broodhatch Nantuko - Krosan Colossus - Krosan Tusker
Legions2 Akroma, Angel of Wrath - Willbender
Scourge9 Decree of Justice - Karona's Zealot - Noble Templar - Shoreline Ranger - Death's-Head Buzzard - Twisted Abomination - Chartooth Cougar - Elvish Aberration - Fierce Empath
Mirrodin2 Spikeshot Goblin - Chalice of the Void
Darksteel2 Echoing Courage - Sundering Titan
Fifth Dawn1 Relentless Rats
Champions of Kamigawa2 Nezumi Cutthroat - Azusa, Lost but Seeking
Betrayers of Kamigawa3 Genju of the Falls - Genju of the Spires - Iwamori of the Open Fist
Saviors of Kamigawa3 Promise of Bunrei - Freed from the Real - Mikokoro, Center of the Sea
Ravnica: City of Guilds2 Frenzied Goblin - Watchwolf
Guildpact2 Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind - Pillory of the Sleepless
Dissension4 Court Hussar - Ratcatcher - Protean Hulk - Utopia Sprawl
Coldsnap1 Darien, King of Kjeldor
Time Spiral5 Brine Elemental - Fathom Seer - Vesuvan Shapeshifter - Fortune Thief - Assembly-Worker
Planar Chaos4 Whitemane Lion - Akroma, Angel of Fury - Simian Spirit Guide - Kavu Predator
Future Sight5 Pact of Negation - Street Wraith - Summoner's Pact - Coalition Relic - Zoetic Cavern
Lorwyn2 Soulbright Flamekin - Brion Stoutarm
Morningtide2 Vendilion Clique - Ambassador Oak
Shadowmoor2 Cursecatcher - Presence of Gond
Eventide6 Nettle Sentinel - Cascade Bluffs - Fetid Heath - Flooded Grove - Rugged Prairie - Twilight Mire
Shards of Alara3 Knight of the Skyward Eye - Skeletonize - Blightning
Conflux2 Ember Weaver - Conflux
Alara Reborn1 Lorescale Coatl
Magic 20102 Act of Treason - Master of the Wild Hunt
Zendikar3 Luminarch Ascension - Disfigure - Vampire Lacerator
Worldwake3 Kor Firewalker - Jace, the Mind Sculptor - Arbor Elf
Rise of the Eldrazi3 Ancient Stirrings - Wildheart Invoker - Prophetic Prism
Magic 20114 Squadron Hawk - Chandra's Outrage - Cultivate - Plummet
Scars of Mirrodin4 Twisted Image - Heavy Arbalest - Nihil Spellbomb - Perilous Myr
Mirrodin Besieged1 Blue Sun's Zenith
New Phyrexia1 Phyrexian Obliterator
Commander1 Animar, Soul of Elements
Magic 20123 Phantasmal Bear - Crimson Mage - Swiftfoot Boots
Innistrad3 Fiend Hunter - Murder of Crows - Tree of Redemption
Dark Ascension2 Thalia, Guardian of Thraben - Haunted Fengraf
Avacyn Restored2 Cloudshift - Gisela, Blade of Goldnight
Planechase 20121 Sai of the Shinobi
Magic 20134 Griffin Protector - Bloodhunter Bat - Murder - Timberpack Wolf
Return to Ravnica2 Fencing Ace - Rest in Peace
Gatecrash3 Urbis Protector - Totally Lost - Boros Charm
Dragon's Maze2 Notion Thief - Ruric Thar, the Unbowed
Magic 20141 Strionic Resonator
Theros4 Gods Willing - Ordeal of Heliod - Bident of Thassa - Returned Phalanx
Commander 20131 Prossh, Skyraider of Kher
Born of the Gods2 Retraction Helix - Courser of Kruphix
Journey into Nyx2 Nyx-Fleece Ram - Eidolon of the Great Revel
Conspiracy1 Grenzo, Dungeon Warden
Magic 20152 Geist of the Moors - Jalira, Master Polymorphist
Khans of Tarkir5 Dragon's Eye Savants - Mystic of the Hidden Way - Ruthless Ripper - Hordeling Outburst - Woolly Loxodon
Commander 20142 Reef Worm - Myriad Landscape
Fate Reforged1 Humble Defector
Dragons of Tarkir3 Ire Shaman - Ainok Survivalist - Epic Confrontation
Magic Origins2 Valor in Akros - Enthralling Victor
Battle for Zendikar3 Coralhelm Guide - Zulaport Cutthroat - Zada, Hedron Grinder
Commander 20151 Magus of the Wheel
Oath of the Gatewatch1 Baloth Null
Shadows over Innistrad5 Dauntless Cathar - Triskaidekaphobia - Pyre Hound - Uncaged Fury - Vessel of Nascency
Eldritch Moon1 Lunarch Mantle
Conspiracy: Take the Crown1 Deadly Designs
Kaladesh2 Cloudblazer - Self-Assembler
Commander 20161 Ash Barrens
Aether Revolt1 Treasure Keeper
Amonkhet3 Horror of the Broken Lands - Supernatural Stamina - Thresher Lizard
Hour of Devastation1 Act of Heroism
Commander 20171 Izzet Chemister
Ixalan1 Colossal Dreadmaw
Rivals of Ixalan2 Dusk Legion Zealot - Ravenous Chupacabra

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Masters 25 has five horizontal cycles.

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