15, Nov, 21

MTG Reveal Complete Card List for Innistrad: Double Feature

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Innistrad: Double Feature combines cards across both Innistrad: Midnight Hunt and Innistrad: Crimson Vow.
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Even though Innistrad: Crimson Vow is out this week, Wizards of the Coast (WotC) dropped the complete card list for Innistrad: Double Feature. This isn’t a brand new set unlike Crimson Vow or Midnight Hunt, but it is a compilation set that combines the best of those two sets for a memorable Draft experience.

What is Innistrad: Double Feature?

Dropping on January 28 2022, the set will offer no brand new cards as they’re all from the recent Innistrad sets. However, the set includes unique monochromatic cards that reference classic horror movies. If you’re unfamiliar with the era then we’re talking Nosferatu, Night of the Living Dead, and Werewolf of London. Unlike most booster boxes, this release will only include 24 booster packs per box as it’s for drafting.

In each Innistrad: Double Feature booster pack will include:

  • 4x Innistrad: Midnight Hunt commons
  • 4x Innistrad: Crimson Vow commons
  • 2x Innistrad: Midnight Hunt uncommons
  • 2x Innistrad: Crimson Vow uncommons
  • 1x Innistrad: Midnight Hunt rare or mythic rare
  • 1x Innistrad: Crimson Vow rare or mythic rare
  • 1x Silver screen foil card

Every card you can find in Innistrad: Double Feature can be a silver screen foil card, meaning you can open up to three rare or mythic rare cards in each pack.

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Silver Screened Foil Cards

Within each pack of Innistrad: Double Feature, you can open a ‘silver screen foil card’ which is the showcase frame for this release. It’s a card with monochromatic artwork printed as a traditional foil with a glossy finish similar to the Eternal Night cards from Innistrad: Midnight Hunt and Innistrad: Crimson Vow.

You can only acquire Innistrad: Double Feature from WPN stores and not through online retailers. The supplemental set is out on January 28, 2022.

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