MTG March of the Machine: How to pre-order

Magic: The Gathering starts the year with a bang. Previews of the next set, Phyrexia: All Will Be One, are ongoing, and the Phyrexia storyline will come to its epic conclusion shortly thereafter in the March of the Machine. Here’s how to get your March of the Machine packs when it releases in April.

If you want to buy March of the Machine packs in bulk, Amazon offers Set Boosters, Draft Boosters, and Bundles for pre-order. Set Booster displays contain 30 March of the Machine packs of 12 cards each, while Draft Booster displays contain 36 March of the Machine packs of 15 cards in each pack. Bundles only contain 8 packs, but also include a die for counting life totals, 40 guaranteed land cards, and a box for card storage.

Alternatively, players can pre-order these products from their local game stores.

In the current Magic narrative, things are looking pretty bleak for the protagonists. An assault team of heroic Planeswalkers infiltrated New Phyrexia hoping to stop the invasion of other worlds, but they were met with the defense of Elesh Norn and the other Phyrexian Praetors who hold the world in their metallic grip.

Several Planeswalkers have been infected with the glittering oil, an unstoppable plague that turns all who come into contact with it into Phyrexian monstrosities no doubt loyal to their terrible lore.

At the end of the current story arc, Phyrexia began invading other planes with her realmbreaker tree to subjugate and convert everyone she comes in contact with. Elspeth Tirel seemingly sacrificed himself to prevent the Sylex, some sort of magical nuclear weapon, from destroying Realmbreaker and possibly the entire multiverse.

It may seem like all is lost, but players will have to wait until March of the Machine to see what’s in store for Magic and its story. MTG March of the Machine: How to pre-order

Greg Norman

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