Roguebook, the new roguelike deckbuilder game from Abrakam Entertainment, is giving fans a chance to win a copy of the rarest Magic: The Gathering card ever, the Black Lotus. The official Twitter account of Roguebook announced the Roguebook Card Design Contest, which gives players a chance to win a Grade 9 MTG Black Lotus worth over $20,000, and all players have to do is submit 4 new cards to the game. Some of you may be asking, “How are they connected?”. For those unfamiliar, Roguebook is co-designed by Richard Garfield, the creator of Magic.
According to the contest’s official website, the best designs will be voted for the community and presented to the jury composed of Richard Garfield and Abrakam Entertainment who will select a grand winner. The winning card set will be adapted and integrated in the game and its designer will receive a Black Lotus. This specific version of Black Lotus is from the Unlimited set, and it’s graded MINT.
Roguebook is a digital turn-based deckbuilder (similar to Dicey Dungeons, Hand of Fate, and Slay the Spire) PC game that shares the same setting as Faeria which features the same kind of visual style —part children’s fairytale book, part Miyazaki forest.
Roguebook was officially released last month for the PC, and it will be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch at a later date.