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Magic: The Gathering's Lord Of The Rings Art Card Boxes Showcase Iconic Scenes

Each box is up for preorder and includes two variants of each art card, including playable versions, plus three Tales of Middle-earth booster packs.


The Magic: The Gathering and Lord of the Rings crossover set will soon expand with a collection of special-edition scene boxes featuring the amazing artwork found on the Tales of Middle-earth cards. Each of the four new box sets depicts an epic scene from the Lord of the Rings books illustrated across six borderless art cards, and includes a paper easel for displaying them. There are also six playable foil versions of the art cards, plus three 12-card booster packs. All of the new LOTR Magic: The Gathering products release November 3 and are available to preorder now at Amazon.

Magic: The Gathering - The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth
Magic: The Gathering - The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth

The four scene boxes include Gandalf in Pelennor Fields, The Might of Galadriel, Flight of the Witch King, and Aragorn at Helm's Deep. You can preorder the Gandalf, Galadriel, or Witch King scene boxes for just $36 apiece (normally $40 each) at Amazon. Preorders for the Aragorn set are sold out at the time of writing, but you can still get it as part of a bundle that includes at four boxes for $144 (normally $151).

A new Tales of Middle-earth Special Edition Collector Booster Box will also launch on November 3 alongside the new scene boxes. The Collector Booster Box will include 12 packs for a total of 180 cards. You can preorder the box at Amazon for $323 (normally $411).

Preorder Magic: The Gathering The Lord of rhe Rings: Tales of Middle-earth Boxes

If you're interested in checking out more of Magic: The Gathering's The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth set, here's a handful of deals on the initial wave of decks, booster sets, and starter kits that launched earlier this year.

Other Magic: The Gathering The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth deals

The Lord of the Rings is far from the only exciting Magic: The Gathering crossover. Doctor Who recently joined the MTG universe with a collection of Commander Decks. Bethesda's Fallout franchise will receive its own themed decks next year, and a Marvel collaboration is slated for 2025.

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