"Magic: The Gathering" Mixed Card Lots
"Magic: The Gathering" is a fantasy-themed card game that millions of people throughout the world play in person and online. You are a Planeswalker, a sorcerer traveling the planes in search of knowledge and power. Along the way, you will be challenged to test your skills against other Planeswalkers who may be even more formidable.What is "Magic: The Gathering?"
"Magic: The Gathering" is a collectible trading card game introduced by Wizards of the Coast in 1993. Often abbreviated MTG or just called Magic, this card game most often pits two players against each other. Each player has a deck comprised of Magic cards. The rules for deck construction can vary between casual play, Magic sets, and tournaments. You must own a card in order to have it in your deck to play, so you work toward a large collection of Magic cards in order to have many deck combinations at your disposal.What are mixed card lots for "Magic: The Gathering?"
The more cards you have, the more play options you possess. Wizards of the Coast sells Magic cards in booster packs and starter sets. You can also acquire singles, which come from opened packs. Mixed lots are collections of singles. Lots can range from half a dozen to hundreds or even thousands of singles. Mixed lots are an excellent option if you are trying to build your MTG collection. You have some control by targeting mixed lots that have a particular theme, such as a land lot, Magic Origins, or another core or expansion set.What rarities are available in mixed card lots?
Magic has four rarity levels for its cards. The rarity level denotes the chance you have in getting that card from a booster pack. In many cases, its power is in terms of its strength in the game. Some items within the game, such as basic land, which appears once in every pack, don’t have a rarity level. The rarity levels are:
- Commons: These account for two-thirds of a booster pack. One may be a foil card with a glossy finish.
- Uncommons: These account for 20% of a booster pack.
- Rares: These appear once in each pack.
- Mythic Rares: A Mythic Rare can appear once in each pack; it replaces the regular Rare when it does.
A mixed lot can be random or it can give some indication of its composition, such as “no lands.” The card types you can find in a mixed lot include:
- Basic and non-basic lands