There are so many product types coming out with each Magic set, that it can be hard to keep track of all of them. That why we’ll talk about each and every Crimson Vow product, that you can get.
Crimson Vow Boosters
First up, there are four types of boosters, each one serving a specific audience. Let’s take a look.
Crimson Vow Draft Booster Box
If you want to draft Crimson Vow with your friends, you’ll want to get a Draft Booster box. Each booster box contains 36 boosters. This means you have enough boosters for an 8-player draft, plus you have 12 boosters leftover to use as prizes. You could also use these boosters to organize a sealed event for 6 players, etc.
Crimson Vow Set Booster Box
Set boosters are great for players who like opening boosters without drafting them. The booster box comes with 30 boosters, and each contains 12 cards. However, these are usually more exciting than the ones from Draft boosters, as you can get 1-4 rares, Art cards, plus cards from The List.
If you want an additional breakdown, you can find everything about Set boosters here.
Crimson Vow Collector Booster Box
Collector Boosters are certainly the most exciting Crimson Vow boosters. The booster box contains 12 boosters, and each one of them has 15 cards. All of them will either be in foil, or they will have the alternate art. This is also the most expensive type of booster, as it has the highest chance for valuable cards.
You can find more about Crimson Vow Collector Booster contents here.
Crimson Vow Theme Boosters
Theme boosters contain more cards than usual boosters — 35 total, and you get to pick which color you want them in. However, due to the higher price, and the fact that you only get 1-2 rare cards, they are generally considered quite mediocre. They might be okay for the newest players, who want to get as many cards in a single color as possible.
It doesn’t look like there will be a particular change with these in Crimson Vow.
If you’d like to get some boosters, but don’t want to spend too much on the booster box, you can get yourself a bundle. It comes with fewer boosters than a regular booster box, but on the flip side it has a lower price, and it contains some additional stuff.
There are two different types of bundles in Crimson Vow. Let’s take a look at them.
First up, there’s the regular bundle. You might know this one from previous sets as well, as it’s released alongside every big Magic set.
Regular bundles contain:
- 8 Crimson Vow Set Boosters
- 40 basic lands (20 foil, 20 non-foil)
- 1 foil promo card
- 1 spindown life counter
On top of that everything comes packed in a sturdy box, which can be used for storage.
On the other hand, the gift version of the bundle isn’t released with every set. However, we will get one with Crimson Vow. It’s quite similar to the regular bundle, there are some minor differences, as different art on the box, but the biggest difference is that is also contains a single Crimson Vow Collector Booster, along with the 8 Set boosters.
All in all it’s a great product if you want to open some exciting boosters and not to spend too much. Although the gift bundle is more expensive than the regular bundle, it’s usually a better deal. We talk about this and other information about Crimson Vow Gift Bundle here.
Besides the boosters, there will also be two Crimson Vow Commander decks. These are 100-card ready-to-play decks.
The first one is Vampiric Bloodline, and the name suggests we might see a Vampire tribal theme. This one could be very exciting, as Vampires are one of the most fun tribes in Magic!
The second deck is Called Spirit Squadron. Once again, it looks like this will be another tribal deck — this time centered around Spirits.
You can find more information about the Crimson Vow Commander decks here.
Conclusion – Crimson Vow Products
With that we wrap up the Crimson Vow product list. Now you hopefully know which product is the best one for you. If you still have some questions, you can ask it in the comments below, and we’ll answer it as fast as we can.
Until next time, have fun and may you open some good cards in Crimson Vow.