Secret Lair sets have been a point of contention for many physical version players Magic: the gathering For some time now. Originally designed as a way to issue special and great alternative art cards, exclusive cards for these sets were soon sold out. This was more prevalent with the latter the walking Dead Secret Lair Collection. Yes, you read it right, the walking Dead. Fortunately, none of these problems have met The digital version of the gameAnd the Magic: The Gathering Arena.
If you are not familiar with trading card games, you may be wondering what the big deal is. Well, these Secret Lair sets are not only very expensive, but very limited. Only a certain amount is made and once it disappears it is largely off the secondary market. Issuing a card exclusive to this style of distribution is a surefire way to disrupt the player base. Especially if any of these cards are good, which one is walking Dead The cards are over.
The point is, the Wizards of the Coast have been on thin ice with these Secret Lair sets for a while. Almost apologies for this, the latest Secret Lair collection features art from everyone’s favorite illustrator, Bob Ross. Each type of land received a special alternate art card featuring one of the beloved TV star’s famous portraits. These Bob Ross cards are now available for those who play the digital version of the game at Magic: The Gathering Arena.
This will be our little secret
Using the codes below, you can add five out of 10 Bob Ross lands to Magic: The Gathering Arena Account. These codes will last until next Monday, December 14th, so grab them while you still can
- Delightfully meadow
- Wild island
- Tree friend
- Move Mountains
If you buy the physical secret den, Chips or Non-foil, You will receive a code to claim the other 5 cards Magic: The Gathering Arena. You will also receive a code to redeem these same cards Magic: The Gathering OnlineAnd the To all 5 people who are still playing it. Pre-orders for the physical edition also end next Monday, December 14, and are scheduled to ship in March of next year. Cards may also be available for a separate purchase at Magic: The Gathering Arena At a later date, but nothing has been confirmed at this time.