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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Prerelease & Preorders

Store events are back, and so are Magic prereleases! We expect July 16-22’s D&D-themed Adventures in the Forgotten Realms to be perhaps the largest, most popular summer Magic set in history. The art spoiled so far is absolutely stunning.

Dungeons and Dragons has a following perhaps more massive than even Magic, so it’s a real opportunity for fans of both games to unite for a little fun!

Here’s what you need to know.

Prerelease Schedule

We’re going to have 9 options for prerelease participation, framed around customer comfort and maximum fun. Basically, you can choose your prerelease, but also your comfort level – at home or in-store with your friends. Here’s the schedule:

  • At Home & Webcam: Buy your kit, pick it up any time during the prerelease, crack packs and play. It’s amazing, you’re amazing, D&D and Magic are amazing.
  • July 16, 3 pm
  • July 16, 6 pm
  • July 17, noon
  • July 18, 3 pm
  • July 18, 6 pm
  • July 19, Noon
  • July 19, 3 pm
  • July 21, 6 pm – Wednesday Night

Want multiple kits to play at home? You can buy as many as you want. Since draft booster boxes are no longer a prerelease item, getting 6x of these kits gets you the same number of draft packs as a box, plus 6 prerelease promos, a Buy-a-Box Promo, PLUS 12 draft boosters. It’s a better deal across the board than a draft box, so why not?

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Preorders

This is where we tell you about the cool stuff you can get during prerelease week, July 16-22. Right now, here’s what you can buy that week in addition to your prerelease seats.

At release you can get:

Buy a Box Promos

Vorpal Sword 

It’s shiny, it one-shots opponents and creatures alike, it has amazing art. You get this exclusive Buy a Box Promo for every

*Expect draft boxes to be mostly available for in-store drafts for the short term. COVID delays and shipping hangups have left these delivering late, and they’re already produced less due to the incredible popularity (and better experience) of opening set packs. Draft boxes should be purchased only if you’re interested in drafting, and even then you get a better price and more stuff by getting 6x Prerelease kits.