What’s inside the Kaldheim Collector Booster? Turns out, there are a bunch of foils and cool cards with alternate art. If you like Vikings, you’ll love these new alternate arts.
So let’s take a look into contents of the Kaldheim Collector Booster and see what you could get. At the end, we’ll also discuss if this product is worth buying.
Kaldheim Collector Booster Contents
Each Kaldheim Collector Booster contains 15 cards + 1 token:
- 1 foil showcase / borderless / extended rare or mythic
- 1 non-foil showcase / borderless rare or mythic
- 1 rare saga or exclusive card or Kaldheim Commander card
- 1 non-foil extended art rare or mythic
- 1 foil showcase uncommon
- 1 non-foil showcase uncommon
- 2 foil regular uncommons
- 5 foil regular commmons
- 1 foil snow basic land
- 1 foil double-sided token
So in total, you’re getting:
- 4 rares or mythics
- 4 uncommons
- 5 commons
- 1 foil snow basic land
- 1 foil token
All of these cards will either be in foil or have special art – maybe even both!
Where to Buy Kaldheim Collector Booster?
You can might get Kaldheim Collector Boosters at your local game store. Besides, you can order them on Amazon.
Kaldheim Viking Showcase Cards
Kaldheim Showcase cards have a special border, and alternate art. The artwork has that old-school feel – it does look pretty cool.
You can find all Kaldheim Viking Showcase cards here.
Borderless cards are pretty self-explanatory. They have alternate art, which goes all the way to the edge of the card. This way there’s no black border on the card.
Kaldheim Borderless Planeswalkers
There are four planeswalkers in Kaldheim:
- Tyvar Kell
- Niko Aris
All of them got borderless treatment.
Kaya the Inexorable
Tibalt, Cosmic Impostor
Another set of cards that’s getting a borderless treatment are the Pathway lands, which also appear in this set.
Extended Art Cards
Extended art goes all the way from the left side of the card to the right. The art is the same as on the regular versions, just slightly bigger. These cards also lose flavor text and reminder text, which makes the text box more clear, as you can see below.
Usually each rare or mythic rare, which didn’t get the Showcase or Borderless art, gets the extended art treatment. That means you can get almost anything on the extended art slot.
Extended art is exclusive to Collector Boosters, as opposed to Showcase or Borderless art, which sometimes also appears in the regular draft booster packs.
Vorinclex in Phyrexian
Finally, we have to mention this beauty. Vorinclex also got a special showcase treatment and you might get it in the Kaldheim Collector Booster.
Its frame is different but most notably, the text is written in Phyrexian. Just how cool is that? On the left side, you have it in English, just in case if you don’t know Phyrexian. It’s a pretty strong Doubling Season.
Is Kaldheim Collector Booster Worth Buying?
As usual, there isn’t one answer that would be right for everyone. For some players Kaldheim Collector Booster is worth it, for others – not so much.
You shouldn’t buy Kaldheim Collector Booster, if you:
- Don’t care about alternate art cards.
- Just want to draft.
- Don’t have enough disposable income right now.
On the other hand you should buy Kaldheim Collector Booster, if you:
- Like to collect alternate art card.
- Especially like the Viking flavor.
- Just want to open as many exciting cards as you can.
- Don’t mind spending a bit extra.
In case you’ll decide to buy multiple Kaldheim Collector Boosters, just keep in mind that it’s usually better value to get a whole booster box instead of twelve separate boosters. (Usually that gets you one or two packs ahead.)
Anyways, that’s all about Kaldheim Collector Booster. Which cards would you like to get from it? Let us know in the comments below.
For more Kaldheim, you can check Kaldheim spoilers here. That article also includes various information about the set such as release dates and set’s flavor.
Until next time, have fun and may your Kaldheim Collector Boosters contain all the cards you want.