The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-Earth Box Toppers - What You Need To Know
It doesn't get much more epic than The Lord of the Rings, and WOTC is going all out to make the MTG LOTR crossover set as massive as possible. And they're doing a pretty good job. Between the uproar over the Aragorn card, the serialized one-of-one The One Ring at two million dollars, and the epic reprints of the commander precons, the set is the talk of the town right now. However, there's one awesome element I haven't heard mentioned much. Today, I'll be covering The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth Box Toppers.
The LOTR box toppers are collectively known as Realms and Relics, as each is a "reskinned" version of an existing land (realm) or artifact (relic). There are 30 of these promo box toppers in total. Each Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-Earth Draft, Set, and Collector Booster box will contain one foil, Realms and Relics card.
Some of these are powerhouse cards, and it's dope to see them all decked out with new Lord of the Rings-themed names and art. Wizards are certainly incentivizing players to pick boxes. Without further ado, let's look at the actual cards.
Lord Of The Rings: Tales of Middle-Earth Box Toppers
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There you have it, boys, girls, ents, and orcs - The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-Earth box toppers. I hope you enjoyed going over them with me today. If you're looking for a set to go out to your LGS and buy a few boxes, this would be a pretty good option if you've got the cash to float the prices. Comment below if you buy a box, and let me know which of these reskinned cards you get. Until next time, take care of yourselves.