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Core Set 2021 Spoilers, News and More

Even though Ikoria just released recently, Magic players already look forward to the next one. So that’s why today we’ll talk about Core Set 2021 spoilers and everything else.

Here you’ll find Core Set 2021 spoilers (once they become available), all currently known information about M21, possible teasers and more. Spoiler season is real fun, so let’s get right to it!

Core Set 2021 is Teferi Set

Remember how Core Set 2020 was all about Chandra? Well, this time around, the main planeswalker is Teferi.

Teferi currently has four planeswalker cards:

Both cards from regular Standard sets (Hero and Raveler) had a tremendous impact on Standard and some older formats.

Teferi is often a synonym for control decks, so most players really love his cards or really dislike them. In which group do you belong? Tell us in the comments bellow.

So if Teferi gets the same treatment as Chandra, we can expect three new Teferi cards. One at uncommon, one at rare and one at mythic rare.

Core Set 2021 Products

There will be plenty of different products with this set.

Core Set 2021 Spoilers

You’ll get your regular Draft Boosters (available separately, in a Bundle or in a Booster Box), as well as Collector Boosters, which will appear for the first time in a Core Set. If you want to know more about them, you can read about Ikoria Collector Boosters here, so you’ll get some sense of what to expect.

Two weeks after Core Set 2021 release, we’re also getting a special new product – Jumpstart Boosters. The basic idea is to mash two of these boosters together and have a playable deck. You can find more information about Jumpstart Boosters here.

We’re also getting a Deckbuilder’s Toolkit, which is a great way to boost your deckbuilding skills and a Starter Kit.

Last but not least – a great product for newer players is returning.

Return of Planeswalker Decks

We didn’t get Planeswalker Decks in Ikoria. These are 60-card decks, which are great decks for beginners. These are now appearing only in Core Sets. This means we’ll get them with this Core Set 2021.

There will be five of them, one for each color of Magic. Each one is centered around a mono colored planeswalker.

New Expansion Symbol for Core Set 2021

Each Core Set from 2011 forward had the well known set symbol, with the letter M and two numbers. (The only exception was Magic Origins, which was meant to be the last Core Set.) Here you can see the symbol for the previous one – Core 2020.

Core Set Symbol

However, things are changing a bit with Core 2021. There’s a new set symbol coming with this set and who knows, maybe it means something special is coming with this edition.

Core Set 2021 Spoilers Symbol

What do you think this set symbol is supposed to mean? Tell us in the comments bellow.

Core Set 2021 – Important Dates

Wondering when does Core Set 2021 come to Arena? You’ll find this and other important dates in the following table.

EventDate
Core Set 2021 Spoilers StartJune 4, 2020
Core Set 2021 Spoilers FinishJune 19, 2020
Core Set 2021 Release on ArenaJune 25, 2020
Core Set 2021 Release on MTGOJune 25, 2020
Core Set 2021 PrereleaseJune 26-28, 2020
Core Set 2021 ReleaseJuly 3-4, 2020

More Magic!

That’s all we know about Core Set 2021 spoilers so far. It’s not much, since there’s still plenty of time before the set releases. However, once we get closer to release, we’ll update this article with all news about the newest set. So make sure to come back again.

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So that’s all for today – until next time, may your favorite color get an amazing card in Core 2021.

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