Boosters are the backbone of Magic. They’re the basis of Limited formats like Booster and Sealed Deck, and theyre great for players looking to build a unique collection of cards for Constructed formats. New and experienced players alike enjoy tearing into a Booster to discover which new cards they’ll add to their decks.
36 packs per booster display
In ages past the Titans, primal urges given physical form, roamed the mortal realm sowing death and destruction. The people of Theros, having no defence, turned to prayer. From this act of absolute devotion the gods were brought into existence. Made powerful by the faith of mortals, the new gods overcame the Titans and sealed them in the Underworld.
The gods, confident with their newly imbued power, established themselves in Nyx, the night sky of Theros. From there they ruled the mortal realm unchallenged. That is until the ambitious satyr Xenagos harnessed the power of devotion to ascend to godhood himself. The gods were faced with an unwelcome fact, they could be replaced.
The sun god Heliod sent forth his champion, the Planeswalker Elspeth, to bring low Xenagas. Elspeth was successful, but with her victory arose a new threat to Heliod. The mortals of Theros revered Elspeth more than him. To stop her taking his place in the Pantheon, Heliod struck Elspeth down and cast her into the Underworld.
The Gods are at war. Heliod, realising the fragility of his immortal existence, seeks to consolidate his power. To this end he has ripped the soul of the oracle Daxos from the underworld and made him his champion. Daxos, reborn a demigod, is tasked with removing all trace of the other gods from the city of Meletis. In response, the other gods call forth their own champions to do battle.
As the gods clash the mortal realm suffers. Rifts to the underworld allow hordes of monsters to escape. Erebos, god of the underworld, is pulled into the conflict. With his attention diverted, Elspeth senses an opportunity to return to the mortal realm.
Elspeth overcomes foe after foe, forging a path through the darkness. With each victory she proclaims her weapon to be Khusor, Heliod’s spear, and that Heliod wields a fake. Paralleled with her many triumphs, this story instils such strong belief in witnesses that the lie becomes reality. As Heliod attempts to block her passage, his weapon shatters and he is forced to surrender. Elspeth now holds Khusor and her freedom is won.