Many players have been wondering why they can’t find some cards in Draft boosters, or in Kamigawa Commander decks. The reason for this are Kamigawa Set Booster exclusive cards, which only appear in the Neon Dynasty Set boosters.
These are cards primary aimed for Commander play, but didn’t quite make it to the main set for whatever reason (usually because there wasn’t enough room for them, or because they’d cause color imbalance). Anyway, today we’ll talk take a look at them and talk about where you can find them.
Kamigawa Set Booster Exclusive Cards List
Here are all 8 Neon Dynasty Set Booster exclusive cards:
As saw, there are five Myojins, one for each color. They all cost eight mana, and enter with an indestructible counter. You can remove it for a powerful effect. All of them are legendaries, so they can be your commanders.
The three other cards don’t have a common theme, you got:
- Yoshimaru, a dog with a sad flavor text, and partner mechanic, which makes it cool commander
- Ruthless Necromancer, which can be a fun card in a specific deck
- Go-Shintai of Life’s Origin, a five-color Shrine commander
Where to Get These Cards?
You can get these card only by buying them as singles, or by trying your luck with Set Boosters or Collector Boosters of the Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty edition.
Of course, as the name suggests, the Kamigawa Set Booster exclusive cards can be found in Kamigawa Set Boosters. Each booster box contains 30 Set Boosters, and is a nice option for players, who want to simply open their boosters, but don’t want to spend so much on a Collector booster box. Speaking of which…
Each Neon Dynasty Collector Booster box contains 12 boosters, each filled with multiple rares, and all the cards are either foil or have alternate art — sometimes even both. As we mentioned before, you can get one of the exclusive cards here as well. However, here you’ll get the premium version, as Collector Boosters might contain the extended art version. An example of an extended art card can be seen below.
These cards have art that goes to the left and right edges of the card, but is otherwise the same as the regular version. In the text box, the reminder text and flavor text is gone.
That’s all about the Kamigawa cards that only appear in Set and Collector boosters. Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below.
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Until next time, have fun and may you get the card you’re looking for in your very next booster pack!