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All ten guilds of Ravnica are included in the set. As in the original Ravnica block, Dragon's Maze focuses on multi-color cards.
Prerelease Events: April 27–28, 2013
Release Date: May 3, 2013
Launch Weekend: May 3–6, 2013
Magic Online Release: May 13, 2013
Pro Tour Dragon's Maze: May 17–19, 2013
Game Day: May 25–26, 2013
- 11 Mythic Rare
- 35 Rare
- 40 Uncommon
- 70 Common
Split Cards with Fuse - Any time you could cast a split card with fuse, you can choose one half and cast it, just like any other split card. And if you're casting it from your hand (as you usually are), you have the additional option to cast both halves as a single spell by paying their combined cost. Instructions on the left half are processed first, then the instructions on the right, and targets for the two halves are chosen separately.
Gates and Dragon's Maze Booster Packs - Multicolored cards can put a strain on your mana, so Dragon's Maze reprints all ten common Guildgates—lands that can tap for either of two different colors of mana—from earlier in the block.
Multicolored - A card with more than one color.
- 10 Common
- 3 Uncommon
- 1 Rare
- 1 Gate
- Player’s Guide with complete visual encyclopedia
- Dragon's Maze card box
- Nine Dragon's Maze booster packs
- Eighty-card basic land pack
- Special edition Spindown life counter
- Two deck boxes
Comments on the set
Dragon's Maze received mixed reception, but it was by and large panned by Magic writers and/or professional and/or competitive players. However, a few cards in the set were notably regarded as powerful and potentially tournament-playable. These include Notion Thief, a innocuous card draw hoser; Voice of Resurgence, a competitively costed threat against control decks