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19, Jul, 23

Dominaria Remastered Release Date, Leaks, Spoilers & More

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Released at the very start of 2023, Dominaria Remastered was an MTG set with huge prospects. Bringing cards together from 27 different MTG sets, this release could have put Masters sets to shame. In the least, it appeared to be the 30th Anniversary MTG set which players could actually afford and enjoy

Unfortunately, however, Dominaria Remastered didn’t exactly have the perfect release. In fact, it’s fair to say that the set fell off the map somewhat. Overshadowed by bigger news and spoiler seasons, Dominaria Remastered had almost no staying power. It certainly didn’t help that between its announcement and release, four MTG sets were launched to immense fanfare.

Thankfully, to regain some of its popularity, Dominaria Remastered exploded back onto the scene with a two-day spoiler season. Delighting MTG players with awesome reprints and a compelling Limited environment, the set had a lot going for it. Ultimately, despite disappearing for a few months, Dominaria Remastered was a great start to 2023.

Now that all the dust has settled, Dominaria Remastered exists as a bit of an oddity of an MTG set. Not quite a premier set and not quite a Masters set, Dominaria Remastered thankfully still has plenty to enjoy. If you’re wondering exactly what, we’ve got you covered! Here’s everything you need to know about Dominaria Remastered!

Dominaria Remastered Release Dates

Time Stretch

Like many Magic: the Gathering sets, Dominaria Remastered followed a fairly typical release schedule. That is, at least, so long as you ignore the lighting-fast two-day spoiler season which was certainly rather unique. Designed to not overcrowd the incredibly dense release calendar, this experiment ultimately hasn’t reinvented MTG as we know it. After all, the closest thing we’ve gotten since is Commander Masters’ four-day spoiler season

Since Dominaria Remastered has already been released we can’t really say there are too many dates to look forward to. That being said, just in case you’re interested in when this set was released, we’ve got all the important info below. 

  • Dominaria Remastered Prerelease Events: January 6th – January 12th, 2023
  • Dominaria Remastered Tabletop Release: January 13th, 2023

Dominaria Remastered Products

Force of Will

Being a modern Magic: the Gathering release, there are a number of ways for players to collect Dominaria Remastered. In a welcome change of pace, however, Dominaria Remastered doesn’t feature nearly as many products as usual. Rather than having Draft, Set, and Collector Boosters to rifle through, as well as Bundes and special editions, Dominaria Remastered just has two core products.

These products are Draft Boosters and Collector Boosters, which are, of course, available as single packs of boxes. Below are all the details you need to know about each of these products.

Dominaria Remastered Draft Boosters

Dominaria Remastered Draft Boosters

Price: $130.00 

Dominaria Remastered Draft Booster pack Contents:

  • 1 Traditional foil card of any rarity or a retro frame common/uncommon
  • 1 Rare/mythic card in either regular, retro, or borderless treatment
  • 3 Uncommon cards
  • 9 Common cards
  • 1 Nonfoil retro basic land

Dominaria Remastered Collector Boosters

Dominaria Remastered Collector Boosters

Price: $232.00 (Box) $22.00 (Pack)

Dominaria Remastered Collector Booster pack contents: 

  • 1 Foil retro frame or borderless rare/mythic card
  • 1 Borderless rare/mythic card
  • 1 Retro rare/mythic card
  • 1 Foil retro or borderless common/uncommon card
  • 2 Retro or borderless common/uncommon cards
  • 1 Foil rare/mythic card
  • 2 Foil uncommon cards
  • 5 Foil common cards
  • 1 Foil retro basic land
  • 1 Foil double-sided token

Dominaria Remastered Details

As the second ever Remastered set to see a paper release, it’s safe to say that Dominaria Remastered is a little bit different compared to a traditional premier MTG set. First and foremost, Dominaria Remastered is entirely comprised of reprints and doesn’t feature any new cards.

This in itself isn’t out of the ordinary, as reprint-focused Masters sets have been around in MTG since 2013. What is strange, however, is the number of sets Dominaria Remastered utilizes in order to create its full card list. Pulling from every set that takes place (primarily) on the plane of Dominaria, Dominaria Remastered contains cards from 27 sets. 

MTG’s Lead Designer, Mark Rosewater, laid out the difficulties in creating a set of this magnitude. Noting that many cards were too weak, and others far too strong, Wizards of the Coast had to be careful in which cards they selected. As part of this article, Rosewater also laid out each of the 27 sets that have been used in the creation of Magic’s latest remastered set. The sets that comprise Dominaria Remastered are as follows: 

  • Alpha
  • Antiquities
  • Legends
  • The Dark
  • Fallen Empires
  • Ice Age
  • Alliances
  • Cold Snap
  • Mirage
  • Visions
  • Urza’s Saga
  • Urza’s Legacy
  • Urza’s Destiny
  • Invasion
  • Planeshift
  • Apocalypse
  • Prophecy
  • Odyssey
  • Torment
  • Judgement
  • Onslaught
  • Legions
  • Scourge
  • Time Spiral
  • Planar Chaos
  • Future Sight
  • Dominaria

Dominaria Remastered Draft Archetypes

Yawgmoth, Thran Physician

Alongside revealing which sets comprise Dominaria Remastered, Mark Rosewater also detailed what players can expect from the set. Of course, there are plenty of prized reprints but there’s also a compelling Draft environment to enjoy. In Dominaria Remastered, there are ten main Draft archetypes that define this Limited environment. Each of these ten archetypes is a two-color pair, that’s supported by uncommon multicolor “signpost cards.” Below is the list of supported Draft archetypes in Dominaria Remastered. 

  • White & Blue (Azorius) – Flicker
  • Blue & Black (Dimir) – Control
  • Black & Red (Rakdos) – Zombies and Goblins
  • Red & Green (Gruul) – Cycling
  • Green & White (Selesnya) – Threshold
  • White & Black (Orzhov) – Life Gain and Life Loss
  • Blue & Red (Izzet) – Storm
  • Black & Green (Golgari) – “The Rock”
  • Red & White (Boros) – Auras
  • Green & Blue (Simic) – Ramp

Dominaria Remastered Reprints

Lyra Dawnbringer

As you might expect from a set comprised of reprints, there’s a lot to enjoy in Dominara Remastered packs. Following the start of the spoiler season, we covered how many of these cards boast hefty price tags in the $40 range. Since then, more cards have been revealed.

Post-launch, however, the price of many unusual reprints may leave something to be desired. Since we’ve already covered some of the biggest draws previously, here’s a rundown of some of the cool reprints that you should keep your eyes on.

(Prices are based on TCGplayer’s Market Price)

Worldly Tutor – $11 

Worldly Tutor

As one of the remaining cards in the Tutor cycle, Worldy Tutor is understandably expensive. As some of the most powerful and useful cards in all of MTG, Tutors often command a non-insignificant price tag. Worldly Tutor is no different, with prices currently sitting at around $11 on TCGplayer. Allowing you to search your library for any creature to put on top of your library, Worldly Tutor is exceptionally effective at giving green decks what they need. 

Gamble – $4 


As we theorized when first analyzing Dominaria Remastered spoilers, the last card in the Tutor cycle is Gamble. Currently sitting at $4 on TCGplayer, Gamble is undisputably the worst card in this cycle of Tutors. On one hand, the ability to search your library for any card to add to your hand is incredibly powerful. On the other hand, however, Gamble then forces you to discard a card at random, which can cause serious problems. As a result, you can sometimes be better off not playing gamble, in spite of its lucrative Tutor effect. 

Maze of Ith – $3 

Maze of Ith

Unlike a traditional basic land Maze of Ith can’t tap to create any mana at all. In this regard, Maze of Ith is a pretty useless land and subsequently not worth adding to your decks. That is, however, only so long as you’re looking to create mana. Thankfully, Maze of Ith isn’t just a completely useless MTG card with some nice art as it does have an ability. Boasting the power to untap an attacking create and prevent its damage, Maze of Ith can be an incredibly effective control tool for control-focused Commander decks. Subsequently, copies of Maze of Ith currently demand a $3 price tag on TCGplayer. 

Urza’s Incubator – $20 

Urza's Incubator

Urza’s Incubator is another reprint you’ll want to keep an eye on. Currently priced at $20 on TCGplayer, Urza’s Incubator features a seriously powerful ability. Useful in a wide range of decks, Urza’s Incubator can reduce the cost of creatures by 2, so long as they have the chosen type. In themed and tribal decks Urza’s Incubator is therefore invaluable, as it effectively reduces the cost of all your creatures. Subsequently, it’s a fan favorite in Commander, with players eager to pick up a copy of this powerful card. 

Time Stretch – $3

Time Stretch

Few things in MTG are better than taking an extra turn and leaving your opponent to suffer the consequences. One thing that is better, however, is taking two extra turns from a single card. Enter Time Stretch a not-too-expensive but nonetheless effective way to ruin your opponent’s day. Priced at roughly $3 on TCGplayer, Time Stretch thankfully doesn’t break the bank, unlike other cards with “time” in their name. We’re looking at you Timetwister and Time Walk. Unsurprisingly, while Time Stretch is good, it doesn’t quite match the Power Nine thanks to its obscene mana cost. Requiring a whopping 10 mana (8UU), Time Stretch certainly doesn’t come cheap, which severely limits its effectiveness. 

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