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Secret Lair Drop Series

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Secret Lair Drop Series
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Set Information
Set symbol
Symbol description Shooting star
Release date December 2, 2019
Set size Seven mini-sets
(26 cards, 6 tokens)
Expansion code SLD[1]
Secret Lair
N/A Secret Lair Drop Series N/A
Magic: The Gathering chronology
Game Night 2019 Secret Lair Drop Series Theros: Beyond Death

The Secret Lair Drop Series is a series of cards in the Secret Lair product range that will be available in small packages for purchase from the Wizards of the Coast webshop secretlair.wizards.com, starting December 2, 2019. Each drop lasts for 24 hours.[2][3]

Description[edit | edit source]

The new “sub-brand” Secret Lair groups existing cards into small collectible sets with strange themes and wild new art styles. All cards have alternate art and a rare or mythic rare shooting star expansion symbol. The tokens have a common expansion symbol. The Secret Lair Drop Series are English only.

Each of the seven "drops" contains between three and seven cards and/or tokens in a customized collector box, costing either $29.99 or $39.99 depending on the drop – some of which use premium foil cards as well. A bundle becomes available for 24 hours on December 2, 2019 for $199.99 that guarantees all seven drops.

As an extra, each drop contains one of the 36 War of the Spark planeswalkers, featuring the stained-glass artwork first featured in the War of the Spark trailer.[4][5] These are numbered #501 to #536.

Additionally, ordering a drop gets you codes for digital purchases in MTG Arena and Magic Online. You’ll get the cards themselves in Magic Online, but since most of the cards in this series don’t exist in Arena, you’ll instead get sleeves as “expressions of the drop’s theme.”

There are unlimited quantities during the 24 hours of availability. There is a limit of 10 copies per drop per person. Wizards has a certain amount ready to ship and will print the rest on demand. Note that the fact that Wizards of the Coast is selling different amounts of cards for the same price, meaning that they are acknowledging that different cards have different values. This is the first time that they show a willingness to acknowledge the secondary market.

Drops[edit | edit source]

  • Secret Lair Bundle (all seven drops) - 12/2, 9am PT, $199.99
  • Bitterblossom Dreams - 12/3, 9am PT, $29.99
  • Eldraine Wonderland - 12/4, 9am PT, $29.99
  • Restless in Peace - 12/5, 9am PT, $29.99
  • Seeing Visions - 12/6, 9am PT, $29.99
  • <explosion sounds> - 12/7, 9am PT, $29.99
  • Kaleidoscope Killers - 12/8, 9am PT, $39.99
  • OMG KITTIES! - 12/9, 9am PT, $39.99

Card list[edit | edit source]

Drop Card number Card/Token Artist Notes
Eldraine Wonderland 001 Snow-Covered Plains Alayna Danner Foil Basic Snow Land, set on Eldraine
Eldraine Wonderland 002 Snow-Covered Island Alayna Danner Foil Basic Snow Land, set on Eldraine
Eldraine Wonderland 003 Snow-Covered Swamp Alayna Danner Foil Basic Snow Land, set on Eldraine
Eldraine Wonderland 004 Snow-Covered Mountain Alayna Danner Foil Basic Snow Land, set on Eldraine
Eldraine Wonderland 005 Snow-Covered Forest Alayna Danner Foil Basic Snow Land, set on Eldraine
Restless in Peace 006 Bloodghast Dan Mumford The three cards from Restless in Peace form a panorama.[6]
Restless in Peace 007 Golgari Thug Dan Mumford Upshifted from uncommon to rare
Restless in Peace 008 Life from the Loam Dan Mumford References Svogthir, the parun of the Golgari Swarm.
Kaleidoscope Killers 009 Reaper King Justine Jones Foil mythic
Kaleidoscope Killers 010 Sliver Overlord Justine Jones Foil mythic
Kaleidoscope Killers 011 The Ur-Dragon Justine Jones Foil mythic
Bitterblossom Dreams 012 Bitterblossom Olena Richards Full-art, mythic. All 5 cards create an art panorama when set next to each other.[6]
Bitterblossom Dreams 013 {B} 1/1 Faerie Rogue token Olena Richards
Bitterblossom Dreams 014 {B} 1/1 Faerie Rogue token Olena Richards
Bitterblossom Dreams 015 {B} 1/1 Faerie Rogue token Olena Richards
Bitterblossom Dreams 016 {B} 1/1 Faerie Rogue token Olena Richards
<explosion sounds> 017 Goblin Bushwhacker Mike Uziel All five card arts together form a panorama.[6]
<explosion sounds> 018 Goblin Sharpshooter Mike Uziel
<explosion sounds> 019 Goblin King Mike Uziel
<explosion sounds> 020 Goblin Lackey Mike Uziel
<explosion sounds> 021 Goblin Piledriver Mike Uziel
OMG KITTIES! 022 Leonin Warleader Jakob Eirich Foil
OMG KITTIES! 023 Regal Caracal Andrea Radeck Foil
OMG KITTIES! 024 Qasali Slingers Allison Carl Foil
OMG KITTIES! 025 Arahbo, Roar of the World Erica Williams Foil mythic
OMG KITTIES! 026 Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist Andrea Radeck Foil mythic
OMG KITTIES! 027 {W} 1/1 Cat token with lifelink Jakob Eirich
OMG KITTIES! 028 {W} 1/1 Cat token with lifelink Andrea Radeck
Seeing Visions 029 Serum Visions Cristina Collantes Foil, upgraded to rare.
Seeing Visions 030 Serum Visions DXTR Foil, upgraded to rare.
Seeing Visions 031 Serum Visions Lauren YS Foil, upgraded to rare.
Seeing Visions 032 Serum Visions Jaime A. Zuverva Foil, upgraded to rare.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Printed on the card frame.
  2. Tom Marks (November 25, 2019). "Magic: The Gathering Reveals New Secret Lair Drop Series With Wild Art". Ca.ign.com.
  3. Mark Heggen (November 25, 2019). "Revealing Secret Lair". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  4. Magic: The Gathering (December 3, 2019). "A little something special will be in this series of MTGSecretLair drops.". Twitter.
  5. Mark Rosewater (December 3, 2019). "Are the stained glass planeswalkers in every Secret Lair?". Blogatog. Tumblr.
  6. a b c Blake Rasmussen (November 25, 2019). "Secret Lair Recap". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.