Quick Drafts

Guide MTGA Events 
andreliverod · January 23, 2021 · 1 min

MTG Arena Quick Drafts

In Quick Drafts, you do the draft portion of the event with AI bots, taking turns picking a card from boosters and send them around to the other players. When you are done with the draft you use the cards you picked plus however many basic lands you see fit to build a 40 card deck. The general consensus is to build a deck with 17 lands and 23 non-land cards, other mana sources, or double-faced cards can make you want to have fewer lands, but the rule of thumb is 17 lands maximum for most decks.

Quick Drafts are not timed as you are not drafting with human players, you can take your time with picking the cards and even leave the draft and come back later to do the rest of the picks. After you are done you can create your deck whenever you want and play your matches at your leisure against human players. All cards you draft are added to your collection.

Event Details

Match Structure: Single matches (Best of One)
Ends After: 7 wins or 3 losses
Entry Fee: 750 Gems or 5,000 Gold


Event Rewards

0 Wins: 50 gems and 1 Booster Pack
1 Win: 100 gems and 1 Booster Pack
2 Wins: 200 gems and 1 Booster Pack
3 Wins: 300 gems and 1 Booster Pack
4 Wins: 450 gems and 1 Booster Pack
5 Wins: 650 gems and 1 Booster Pack
6 Wins: 850 gems and 1 Booster Pack
7 Wins: 950 gems and 2 Booster Packs

About andreliverod:

Founder and CEO of AetherHub.com, he likes to play with fire and also has a Twitter account he posts his stuff on. If you are interested in supporting him on Patreon you will also receive an AetherHub.com premium subscription!

"Nuts & Bolts Spike spends his energy looking within. He tries to understand his own internal flaws and works to improve them"


Login to comment


Search Articles

Enter The Battlefield Prepared

With the MTGA Assistant deck tracker MTGA Assistant

Latest Articles

Check out iconic EDH player and Game Knights host Josh Lee Kwai try his hand at Flesh & Blood.

Taking an unbiased look at the recent controversy around Aragorn from the MTG LOTR crossover set.

An early look at everything we currently know about the Wilds of Eldraine Commander precons.

A look at some of the best/most exciting cards from the newest Lord of the Rings Spoilers.

Looking at a 5c Human Tribal deck with brand-new cards from March of the Machine: The Aftermath.

No, not as exhaustive as the list the fake leaked MTG announcement provided.

Arena Championship 3 - Standard Metagame Analysis
Arena Standard Competitive 

28 May by Genoslugcs

A breakdown of the metagame from Arena Championship 3 - Top decks, cards, strategy overviews & more.

A new MTG site lets you search for cards and generates their art and flavor text. Go check it out!

A small set of LOTR cards was recently leaked - Eowyn, Galadriel, & a powerful new Sauron.

An in-depth analysis (with stats) of how WOTC abandoned Standard for Commander, causing it to die.

Aftermath has gotten lots of pushback. However, it has some valuable cards - Here are the top 10!