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Khans of Tarkir - Magic the Gathering Sealed Booster Box (MTG) (36 Packs)
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Tarkir is the home of Sarkhan Vol, and for ages has been ravaged by ambitious warlords. It was previously inhabited by dragons, all of whom were killed during Sarkhan’s period of servitude. Tarkir itself is a plane of five warring clans, each worshiping a different aspect of the plane’s now-extinct dragons. The warlords are now restless once more; war is on the horizon. Who will triumph and who will fall?
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MTG Magic the gathering - Holiday Gift Box 2014 Khans of tarkir.....Release Date: 14.11.2014
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1x Sorin, Solemn Visitor
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There's much more, I just hope that gives you an idea. I would say, as of the day I got it, FEB8th, I added up all the Mythics and Rares and it came out to be around $85 based on prices on TCGPlayer.
Every box I received was sealed and did not look tampered with, which is as to be expected.
If you don't know, this set was a tri-color set which was very fun to draft. It also had the morph mechanic which made matches go long and made it easier on your mana. If you never got a chance to play with Khans of Tarkir and you enjoy drafting I would HIGHLY recommend buying a box of this and drafting it at least once with your friends.
I think I recall getting an average of three to four fetch lands per box. I think my expected value was about what I paid for the boxes. The shipping was fast and the product was as expected. Why would I give magic cards anything less than five stars :)
If these are still available, I would definitely recommend buying them up and holding on to the fetch lands for the next couple of years as they'll definitely hold their value if not go up in value.
I wanted to play some sealed with friends so I did some research into which sets are the most fun for this format. Khans of Tarkir was an extremely popular choice. I've played MTG on and off for years and missed this particular set but I decided to give it a shot. We weren't disappointed! It was a lot of fun! The clans give you a starting point and you get plenty of bi/tri-lands to make almost any sensible color combo work. I won several games running four colors.
Bulk value is pretty limited in this set. I pulled a Sorin, a Narset (a decent commander pull), a decent rare, and three fetch lands (one being a foil). So I basically pulled in value what I paid for the box while having a great time with friends. I'm pretty happy with that.
Although I will probably try some other sets for sealed for variety sake, I would highly recommend this set for sealed. I'll likely return to it again for the fun factor (and the fetch lands)! If your not too worried about bulk and just looking to have a good time with sealed, go with Khans of Tarkir! It's well worth it.
The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because the specific box we received was clearly the end of whatever was left -- multiple misprints, many repeats, and very few high value cards (no fetch lands, no planeswalkers, and only 2 high value cards -- not what you usually have in these boxes.). It was still so much fun to play with, and like I said, the issue we had was not common to the boxes and is a pretty superficial complaint all things considered.