Magic: the Gathering
Drizzt Do'Urden, by the illustrator Tyler Jacobson, had its auction done on the Facebook group MTG Art Market, which ended last Sunday, with a bid in the amount of $155,000! Upon reaching this value, the painting commissioned for the Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set reaches the mark of being among the five illustrations auctioned for the highest price in the history of Magic: The Gathering! The illustration is a work done in oils in Masonite packaged and measures 60.96 cm x 76.2 cm.
July 23, 2021and will have iconic characters and abilites, artifacts and spells known from the world of Dungeons & Dragons appearing for the first time in the form of Magic: The Gathering cards. After announcing Drizzt's card, Wizards also mentioned that, for development and lore purposes, they view the universe of Forgotten Realms and the multiverse of Magic as separate universes.