Silver-bordered

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Silver-bordered cards are not tournament-legal and are not covered by the comprehensive rules. Usually silver-bordered cards are printed in the so-called Un-sets. Certain promos like the Holiday cards, the 2017 HASCON promos, and Ponies: The Galloping also use a silver border.

Un-sets[edit | edit source]

Un-sets are named after their common naming pattern:

Mechanics[edit | edit source]

They feature mechanics that would be impossible to print in a normal expansion.[1]

Rules[edit | edit source]

From the glossary of the Comprehensive Rules (September 25, 2020—Zendikar Rising)

Silver-Bordered
Cards in certain sets and certain promotional cards are printed with a silver border. Silver-bordered cards are intended for casual play and may have features and text that aren’t covered by these rules.

Tokens[edit | edit source]

Tokens created by silver-bordered cards.

Token Name Color Type Line P/T Text Box Source Printings
Ape Green Creature — Ape 1/1
Green Creature — Ape 3/3
Beeble Blue Creature — Beeble 1/1
Storm Crow Blue Creature — Bird 1/2 Flying
Brainiac Red Creature — Brainiac 1/1
Chicken Red Creature — Chicken 4/4
Construct Colorless Creature — Construct */*
Dragon Gold Creature — Dragon 4/4 Flying
Expansion-Symbol Colorless Creature — Expansion-Symbol 1/1
Faerie Spy Blue Creature — Faerie Spy 2/2 Flying, haste
Whenever this creature deals combat damage to a player, draw a card.
Giant Teddy Bear Pink Creature — Giant Teddy Bear 5/5
Gnome Colorless Artifact Creature — Gnome 1/1
Goat White Creature — Goat 0/1
Goblin Red Creature — Goblin 1/1
Homunculus Colorless Creature — Homunculus 2/2
Rogue Black Creature — Rogue 2/2 Menace
Sheep Green Creature — Sheep 2/2
Squirrel Green Creature — Squirrel 1/1

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Mark Rosewater (July 20, 2009). "The Silver Lining". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.