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Ravnica Allegiance Release Events
Saturday 26 January 2019
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Outpost Antwerp

On Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th of January, Outpost Antwerp will host release events for the new Magic: the Gathering Set Ravnica Allegiance

Every participant of each event will receive a Simic Ascendancy promo card for his or her effort! (while supplies last)


Format: Sealed deck (6 Ravnica Allegiance boosters)
Start: 12:00
Entry Fee: 25 €
Prize Pool: 2 Ravnica Allegiance Boosters / Player


Format: Booster Draft (3 Ravnica Allegiance Boosters)
Start: 18:00
Entry Fee: 12 Euro
Prize Pool: 1 Ravnica Allegiance Booster / Player




The Sealed Deck format allows players to use the Magic booster packs they're already buying to play games in a casual or tournament setting.
Players simply open six booster packs and build a deck from the cards they opened.
Guidelines require a minimum deck size of 40 cards and allow players to add as many basic lands (Plains, Islands, Swamps, Mountains, and Forests) to their card pools as they like.
If you're looking for a fun way to increase the size of your Magic collection and play the game at the same time, the Sealed Deck format is for you!


What is drafting all about ?


At the start of a Booster Draft, each player opens a booster pack and picks the card he or she wants from it. (You can't see the cards that the other players draft.) Then each player passes the rest of the pack to his or her left. You pick up the pack that was passed to you, select a card, and pass the rest to your left. This process continues until all the cards have been drafted. Next, each player opens a second pack, but this time, you pass the pack to your right. After all those cards are drafted, you open the third pack and pass to the left again.
Once all the packs have been drafted, players build decks from the cards they selected, adding as many basic lands (Plains, Islands, Swamps, Mountains, and Forests) to their decks as they like (you can borrow basic lands from Outpost for the occasion !) Each deck must have at least 40 cards.
Each pair of players then plays a match, which consists of the best two out of three games. In the next round, the winners play against other winners (and the losers against the losers, if you like). The player who wins all three rounds—or all three matches—is the winner.
It's a great way to spend a few hours with your buddies.