In this article we’ll take a look at everything you need to know about the Time Spiral Remastered Set, including:
- Time Spiral Remastered Spoilers
- What is Time Spiral Remastered?
- Time Spiral Remastered Release Date
- and much more!
So without further ado, let’s get right to it.
What is Time Spiral Remastered?
Time Spiral is a brand new MTG set that contains reprints from the Time Spiral block plus some additional cards. Wizards designed this set with Draft in mind.
Time Spiral block contained the following three sets:
- Time Spiral
- Planar Chaos
- Future Sight
The set will include 289 cards:
- 121 common
- 100 uncommon
- 53 rare
- 15 mythic rare
However, that’s not all – there will be reprints from other Magic sets, and with a very special frame. They are called Timeshifted cards.
Time Spiral Remastered Spoilers
Timeshifted Cards – Old Frame MTG Cards
There will be 121 timeshifted cards. These cards will all have pre-Modern border, so the original MTG frame. There will be various cards in this category, including stuff like Path to Exile and Lotus Bloom. However, there will be no planeswalkers in this frame.
There’s more good news for nostalgic players – foils will also feature the shooting star watermark, that was used in the early Magic days.
You can find a full list of timeshifted old frame cards from Time Spiral here.
Time Spiral Remastered – FAQ
Here are some frequently asked questions about Time Spiral Remastered. If you have a question that we didn’t answer, feel free to leave a comment below.
When Does Time Spiral Remastered Release?
Release date for Time Spiral Remastered is March 19th, 2021.
Are There Collector Boosters?
No, Time Spiral Remastered won’t have Collector Boosters. There also won’t be any Set Boosters. Since the set is very focused on Draft environment, we’ll only get Draft Boosters.
Boosters will also be available in 3-Booster Draft Packs.
Will you draft Time Spiral Remastered? Get the most out of your experience, and read our Time Spiral Remastered Draft Guide.
Which cards are your favorite ones? Let us know in the comments below. Anyways, if you’re looking forward to the next regular MTG set, you can find Strixhaven spoilers here. Additionally, if you’re a Modern affectionate, you can check Modern Horizons 2 spoilers.
Until next time, have fun and may you open plenty of good Time Spiral Remastered cards.