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This is a subset from Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty.
The setting of Neon Dynasty is described as Magic: The Gathering's first science fiction plane.Several Japanese artists were engaged to produce card illustrations, among them famous manga artists like Tetsuo Hara. The central conflict of the set is the conflict between modernity and tradition - a metafictional reference to how R&D struggled to develop a sequel to one of the worst received blocks of Magic, separating it from the previous setting while making it recognizably the same plane. Half of the set features the newly mechanized world of modern Kamigawa, while the other half depicts the more traditional Kamigawa as seen in the earlier block. Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty contains 302 regular cards (117 commons, 88 uncommons, 59 rares, 18 mythic rares, 20 basic lands) and includes randomly inserted premium versions of all cards. Draft boosters include a guaranteed double-faced card in common or uncommon, with the rare or mythic DFC distributed as normal. The regular cards include 10 "Ukiyo-e" basic lands. Each type has two different pieces of "block-stamped" art. The "Ninja frame" and "Samurai frame" showcase cards are all Ninjas and Samurai respectively. The 'soft glow" showcase cards are used for alternate versions of all other rare and mythic cards. The "Neon Ink" card treatment only appears on four different versions of Hidetsugu, Devouring Chaos. There are about half as many green ink cards as blue ink cards, and about a quarter that many red ink cards as green ink cards. The yellow ink cards are a promo for WPN Premium shops.
Spoilers from Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Tokens: 20 results found