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MTG Dominaria Remastered release date, cards, and news

Here's the MTG Dominaria Remastered release date and all the key details on this compilation set, which was full of reprints from across the decades

MTG Dominaria Remastered a dragon wrapped around a planet

Dominaria Remastered was the first Magic: The Gathering release of the year 2023, arriving in mid-January. A compilation set entirely made up of reprints, MTG Dominaria Remastered is a curated set of 261 cards taken from 27 different sets, stretching from Alpha all the way to 2019’s Dominaria. The set was a celebration of Dominaria, MTG’s most important, varied, and well-defined plane, and also the focus of much of its story.

If you want a visual representation of Magic’s long history, here are all the MTG sets in order. And be sure to check out the MTG 2023 release dates to see which sets came out around Dominaria Remastered. For you digital players, we’ve also got the complete list of MTG Arena codes right here.

MTG Dominaria Remastered card bird of paradise

Dominaria Remastered release date

The MTG Dominaria Remastered release date was January 13, 2023 – that’s when the global launch took place and the set became available to purchase in stores.

Dominaria Remastered was a paper-only set, and did not come to MTG Arena. Wizards assured it would have a larger print run than the previous remastered set Time Spiral Remastered, a set where supply did not match demand.

In contrast, it seems like Dominaria Remastered was rather heavily printed. Notably, it was the first Remastered set to come in Collector Boosters, which meant a larger card supply.

Spoiler season for Dominaria Remastered took place between December 6 – 7, with hundreds of cards revealed at once, making this one of the most rapidly spoiled MTG sets of all time. MTG Dominaria Remastered card entomb

How many cards are there in Dominaria Remastered?

There are 261 cards in Dominaria Remastered, all of them reprints – though many cards have brand new artwork. The set also has rarer versions of 141 of these cards printed with retro frames, including basic lands. Additionally, there are borderless versions of 45 of the cards, each one featuring alternate artwork. The image of Entomb above shows all three versions.

The Dominaria Remastered set was sold in draft boosters (designed for MTG draft) and more pricey collector boosters. Each draft booster has two cards with retro frames, one land and one additional card. The collector boosters, meanwhile, come stuffed full of special cards.