The Gathering Secret Lair Cards

1980s Dungeons & Dragons cartoon returns … as new variation set Magic: The Gathering cards. Earlier today, Wizards of the Coast announced it will be releasing a Dungeons & Dragons Cartoon-themed Secret Lair set. The set will contain a total of six foil cards with images of Tyler Walpole inspired by the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon, including cards featuring the dungeon master, Venger, Presto and Bobby. As with most other Secret Lair cards, these are technically reprints of existing cards, although several of the cards use quotes from the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon like flavor text.

the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon was a Saturday morning cartoon intended to introduce the game to a wider audience. The show featured a group of real-world children transported to a fantasy realm, where they were given magical items that granted them powers. Each protagonist had abilities similar to a D&D class or archetype, and various D&D creatures and characters like Tiamat also made appearances. The show ran from 1983 to 1985 and ended on a cliffhanger which was later resolved in a live-action Brazilian car commercial from 2019.

The Secret Lair drop is the latest cross between Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering. While Wizards of the Coast has separated its two fantastic signature franchises for years, the company recently released a series of campaign setup books providing details on how to run a D&D campaign on various Magic: The Gathering Planes. Next month, Wizards of the Coast will also release “Adventures in the Forgotten Realm,” a Magic: the Gathering Expansion set in the Forgotten Realms and featuring dozens of classic D&D monsters, spells and characters. In November, Dungeons & Dragons another will come out Magic: The Gathering campaign tuning book, this time located in Strixhaven College which debuted this year Strixhaven Magic: The Gathering together.

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