It's days of future past in Magic: The Gathering! Releasing on 19 March 2021, Time Spiral Remastered returns us to the block of the same name, remixing the original set with its two follow-ups, Planar Chaos and Future Sight, which were originally released between 2006 and 2007. This distilled edition, the first of its kind to be printed in paper form, was created along the lines of digital-only sets like Tempest Remastered, Amonkhet Remastered and Kaladesh Remastered. It features a selection of 289 cards from the three original sets, packaged uniquely into Booster Drafts. There are no Collector Boosters, Set Boosters or Theme Boosters for the set, but the product is designed to be drafted, and each pack contains one of 121 "timeshifted" cards, which are cards reprinted in the original pre-Modern frame, but coming from an entirely different assortment than the group featured in the original Time Spiral set. The Buy-a-Box promo is Lotus Bloom in pre-Modern frame.
Time Spiral Remastered, just like its components, is all about the manipulation of the space-time continuum and its consequences, as reflected by mechanics like echo, flashback, split second, suspend and vanishing. On top of this, a few mechanics are featured as one-of, referencing cards from the game's past, or from its "future," as seen from the vantage point of the original Time Spiral block. The integration of the three sets, on the other hand, causes an unusually large number of mechanics to be part of the new amalgam, despite the latter having the size of a regular premier set. Each of these mechanics is represented by a key card that helped define it. Cards in Time Spiral Remastered feature:
Time Spiral was a wild block, filled with high-powered cards that are returning here, like Ancestral Vision, Damnation, Living End, Restore Balance and the one and only Tarmogoyf. Additionally, a number of cards are reprinted with new art for the occasion. These include: