Set Information

It's Time for Game Night 2019 at Your House!

It's board game night at your house and four of your friends are coming over... Time for some massive multiplayer Magic: The Gathering! And with Game Night 2019, you're all set up. This box set releases on 15 November 2019 and includes five ready-to-play 60-card decks - one for each color, as well as an assortment of life counters, +1/+1 counters, tokens, rules reference cards, and a rule book. This set is ideal for players who are new to Magic and for veterans who want to introduce their hobby to the uninitiated.

Notable Reprints and Five New Cards

The white deck features a wealth of creature abilities, including the little-known renown and support. Perfectly on theme, it contains reprints of Sephara, Sky's Blade and Zetalpa, Primal Dawn. Like all of the five brand new cards, Highcliff Felidar is perfect for multiplayer games and will get rid of all of your opponents' most powerful threats.

The blue deck is all about messing with opposing creatures: Return them to their owner's hand, keep them tapped down, or even steal them. It contains highlights such as Agent of Treachery and Dungeon Geists as well as the exclusive Sphinx of Enlightenment which gives you three extra cards and your favorite opponent one extra card too! It's multiplayer politics at its finest.

Black brings death and destruction - and a relentless army of Zombies. Torgaar, Famine Incarnate, Dread Presence, and Vilis, Broker of Blood exemplify black's philosophy that ultimate power comes at a price and often requires a sacrifice. The never-before-seen Calculating Lich incentivizes other players to fight among themselves.

Red leads the way with an infantry of expendables and closes the deal with fiery Dragons, such as Drakuseth, Maw of Flames and Lathliss, Dragon Queen.

Lastly, green decks, of course, have the biggest creatures and the mana acceleration to have them first. This deck features impressive reprints of Voracious Hydra, Ghalta, Primal Hunger, and Ripjaw Raptor. It also features the first-time print of Earthshaker Giant, which will often end the game... at least for someone.

Multiplayer MTG at Its Finest

It's very much a free-for-all brawl that can last for hours. The five decks are balanced enough for multiplayer games and avoid certain feel-bad moments. Specifically, they get by without any board wipes that would invalidate all the build-up that came before. So grow your army, form alliances, and perform little acts of magic like attacking with Howling Golem. With Game Night 2019, it's all against everyone, and one Golem each for all.