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Magic: The Gathering Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths Collector Booster | 15 Card Booster Pack | Stylized Collectible Cards (C77470000)
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- Collector Boosters are supercharged booster packs, loaded with nothing but the best from Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths (IKO)—alternate art, alternate frames, Commander-focused picks, and more.
- Experience all the beauty, wonder, and ridiculously huge monsters of Ikoria—distilled into one incredible booster. Open a pack to see some of the most beautiful and exciting cards Magic: The Gathering (MTG) has to offer.
- The cards of Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths (IKO) have mutated into something amazing. Open cards with alternate frames, fresh art styles, or beautiful borderless designs.
- Find your favorite monster companion, team up, and take on the behemoths of Ikoria together.
- Contents: six (6) foil commons/uncommons, one (1) foil basic land, one (1) Commander-focused card, one (1) non-foil extended art rare/mythic rare, one (1) foil rare/mythic rare, two (2) non-foil showcase commons/uncommons, one (1) non-foil showcase rare/mythic rare or borderless planeswalker, one (1) non-foil alt-art Godzilla Series Monster card, one (1) foil showcase or borderless planeswalker, one (1) premium token
- Japanese series not available in English Collector Boosters.
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Contents: six (6) foil commons/uncommons, one (1) foil basic land, one (1) Commander-focused card, one (1) non-foil extended art rare/mythic rare, one (1) foil rare/mythic rare, two (2) non-foil showcase commons/uncommons, one (1) non-foil showcase rare/mythic rare or borderless planeswalker, one (1) non-foil alt-art Godzilla Series Monster card, one (1) foil showcase or borderless planeswalker, one (1) premium token
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By Mitchel on May 29, 2020
By John Paul on July 26, 2020
(1) Economics: The value of anything, but especially Magic The Gathering cards, is how much someone in the market is willing to pay for it. This is a function of supply and demand, and like any asset the values will fluctuate depending those factors. Other reviewers are referencing the precipitous drop in value of the previous set "Theros: Beyond Death". While I note that prices for those Collector's Edition Booster boxes have been rising, they did plummet for a while well below Ikoria's current selling price. So why pay this much for Ikoria? Simply put, Theros prices dropped not because (as one reviewer writes) "Wizards printed too many", but that demand was originally lower than supply. To be frank, Theros was fun for drafting, but commercially it was not that great selling of a set. Add to that even lower demand caused by the economic conditions created by the current Pandemic, and you can see why Theros Collector's Edition prices dropped way below the initial selling price of ~$225. This is not the case with Ikoria which (for reasons outlined below) is selling like gangbusters EVEN IN THE MIDDLE OF A PANDEMIC WITH STORES CLOSED AND PAPER TOURNAMENTS CANCELED. Speaking for myself, I paid ~$230 for the booster box here on Amazon, which comes out to about $20 a pack. Estimated individual retail value is usually around $24 a pack. In the first pack, I opened cards worth $32 on the current market, and none were the signature cards of the set. So while values can change, I do believe this is not overpriced. Ikoria also has more power in it than the Theros set, so I believe values will continue to increase with demand.
(2) Product Quality - Regardless of everything above, I'm the target demographic for this product and I'm very happy with it. I do not resell cards, but rather collect them for personal enjoyment and for use in playing paper Magic competitively. In my opinion, this is a FABULOUS set and the Ikoria Collector's Boosters offer a lot of bling per pack. Foils are a matter of preference, but I can tell you the full art on these are outstanding. Also, what sets Ikoria apart from the previous set Theros is the collaboration with ToHo to create Godzilla themed alternate art cards. These are very cool, and a clever way to mix franchises without "selling out" the game. If you are a purist, you don't have to use the alt art cards. But if like me you think they are very fun, then the Collector's Boosters contain more and are thus a great buy. In addition to the Godzilla collaboration, the "comic book" style alternate art cards are gorgeous in their own right. In the Collector's Boosters, you get more of all of these than in a normal booster pack.
In conclusion, yes Collector's Boosters can be expensive. If you just want to play the game, normal boosters or purchasing single cards will do you just fine. However, if like me you enjoy the "collector" part of the "collectible card game", and/or just appreciate the art, then Collector's Boosters are an excellent buy.