$0.13, As low as: The cards that represent the Story Spotlights in Zendikar Rising are: Zendikar Rising is sold in regular 16-card Draft Boosters (one card being a marketing card), Theme Boosters, Collector Boosters, Set Boosters, the Zendikar Rising bundle, and two Commander decks. Canyon Jerboa is the first non-token creature to feature the Mouse creature type. The set also sees the return of "two-brid mana", first featured in Shadowmoor, on Tazri, Beacon of Unity. In addition, in 5% of the Set Boosters, the marketing card is replaced by a minigame card.[13]. $14.19, As low as: The release of Secret Lair Drop Series: Showcase: Zendikar Revisited was timed to coincide with the release of Zendikar Rising. The Set Boosters feature art from Needleverge Pathway. As part of the advertisement campaign for the set, content creators were provided with adventure gear (a water bottle, a bandanna, and a face mask). The returning planeswalkers are Jace, Nissa, and Nahiri. Tazri, Beacon of Unity is the only card to reference the Zendikar-specific Ally creature class. $1.25, As low as: One of the objects in the Set Booster is an Art card. It was released on September 25, 2020.[3][4][5][6]. [18][19], The second new mechanic is modal double-faced cards (MDFCs). The card frame is themed around Zendikar’s hedrons, and the art style is intended to imitate bright-colored Travel Posters. The set features no new planeswalkers. The sixteenth card in the Draft Boosters is either a token with advertisements on the backside, or a helper card with a standard card back. Oh well. $0.89, As low as: As low as Unlike those earlier cards, these will not randomly appear in booster packs. These include all 10 fetch lands. [21] Each color in the set showcases the four classes in varying proportions: with any two-color combination, you can have a full party with cards from only Zendikar Rising.[22]. It's noted that Green is present in all four classes as their tertiary colors. $0.90, As low as: All Equipment in the set attach itself to target creature you control when it enters the battlefield. $0.25, As low as: In lieu of the abandoned block model, R&D has found a new way to tie together the three non-core premier sets in a single Magic "year" (aka the fall, winter, and spring sets—using northern hemisphere seasons): they share a common mechanic. Zendikar Rising introduced Set Boosters. Each Zendikar Rising Booster Box comes with a Zendikar Rising Expedition! I missed the announcement of the sets for next year. [20] The first of these is kicker, a keyword ability that allows you to pay an extra cost for a bonus effect. Cards with alternate card frames have another card number than the original version. The second returning mechanic is landfall, an ability word for abilities that trigger on lands entering the battlefield under your control. [11] The storyline features no Eldrazi but we see the ruin they have caused. They can also be found in Collector Boosters.2 1 Description 1.1 Card list 2 Distribution 3 References R&D picked from among the best lands ever printed, and chose 30 lands to be represented as Zendikar Expeditions. A new mechanic in Zendikar Rising takes a popular theme that players like and twists it in a new way: party, a batching mechanic which resembles the ally tribal strategy of previous Zendikar visits. Magic:the Gathering released the Zendikar Rising Expeditions set on 2020-09-25. A customer service representative will review this shortly. Instead, they will only be available as Box toppers (non-foil with a high-gloss treatment) and in Collector Boosters (foil). Zendikar Rising Expeditions View All Versions Grove of the Burnwillows Zendikar Rising Expeditions View All Versions Rarity, #: M, 25 Card Type: Land Description: T: Add C. T: Add R or G. Each opponent gains 1 life. A party looks for one of each of Clerics, Rogues, Warriors and Wizards among creatures you control, then scales an effect on the size of the party. Draft boosters have a dedicated MDFC slot. [8] Borderless planeswalkers are numbered #281-283, borderless pathways are #284-289, showcase cards are numbered #290-313, extended artwork cards are numbered #314-379, and regular frame lands are numbered #380-384.