Modern Event Deck

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Modern Event Deck
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Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description three-pronged figure
Design Ben Hayes
Development Ben Hayes
Art direction Jeremy Jarvis
Release date May 30, 2014
Set size 75 cards
Expansion code MD1[1]
Not part of a block or series
N/A N/A N/A
Magic: The Gathering chronology
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The Modern Event Deck March of the Multitudes is a box set that was released in May 2014, to support the Modern format.

Set details[edit | edit source]

The preconstructed theme deck was similar to the Event Decks that had been released for specific sets except this was not set-specific and contained rare, high-powered cards for Modern rather than for Standard.[2][3]

The set contains a constructed 60-card deck, 15-card sideboard, strategy guide, Spindown life counter, 80 exclusive card sleeves, 5 double-sided tokens, and a deck box.

Description[edit | edit source]

Leaders like Elspeth, Knight-Errant generate an army of token creatures, while spells like Intangible Virtue and Honor of the Pure inspire them to victory. White removal cards along with black disruptions keep your opponent off balance until you can strike the killing blow.

Follow up[edit | edit source]

According to Mark Rosewater a new modern event deck printing is not very likely.[4]

Decklist[edit | edit source]

The rares in this deck are Caves of Koilos (4), City of Brass (2), Isolated Chapel (4), Vault of the Archangel, Windbrisk Heights (4), Elspeth, Knight-Errant (mythic), Honor of the Pure (3), Sword of Feast and Famine (mythic) and Kataki, War's Wage (3).

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Product information
  2. Wizards of the Coast. (January 09, 2014.) “Announcing Modern Event Deck”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
  3. Mike McArtor. (May 13, 2014.) “Decklist for Modern Event Deck”, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
  4. Mark Rosewater. (July 12, 2017.) "How likely is a new modern event deck printing?", Blogatog, Tumblr.
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