How To Get Baldur’s Gate 3 Magic Cards


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Looking to get Baldur’s Gate 3 Magic Cards? Here’s how.

How To Get Baldur's Gate 3 Magic Cards

Cards featuring Baldur’s Gate 3 characters have already existed in a different D&D-inspired game called Magic: The Gathering, even before BG3 was officially released. If you’re a big fan of BG3, you’re probably wondering how to get your hands on those BG3 Magic Cards. We’ll show you how in this quick guide.

How to Get Baldur’s Gate 3 Cards

Unfortunately, Baldur’s Gate 3 cards are only available for the tabletop/digital collectible game Magic: The Gathering. As cool as it would be to collect Magic Cards within BG3, these do not exist in-game.

A screenshot of cards in Magic: The Gathering.
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That said, you can get Baldur’s Gate 3 cards from hobby shops near you or online card retail sites. You can get the cards in 20-card Draft booster packs or 15-card Set Boosters/Collector Boosters/Draft Pack. You can also get them from the Baldur’s Gate Bundle and four pre-made Commander decks from Wizards of the Coast.

Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate is a drafting Dungeons & Dragons crossover set that features Baldur’s Gate 3 characters intended for play in Magic: The Gathering Commander format.

What are Baldur’s Gate 3 Magic Cards?

A screenshot of Baldur's Gate 3 Magic Cards featuring Karlach, Fury of Avernus.
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The Baldur’s Gate 3 cards feature BG3 characters such as Astarion, Lae’zel, Wyll, Shadowheart, and more. Adventure, Legendary, Goad, Background enchantment, D20 dice-rolling, Flavor words, and Gate mechanics are features the new BG3 cards bring to Magic: The Gathering Commander.

The set consists of 361 regular cards, of which 141 are common, 120 are uncommon, 77 are rares, 22 are mythic rares, and one is special.

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How much do Baldur’s Gate 3 Magic Cards cost?

Baldur’s Gate 3 Magic Cards come in Draft Boosters, Set Boosters, Collector Boosters, Draft Packs, Bundles, and Commander Decks. BG3 Magic Cards sets can cost anywhere between $20 to $239, depending on where you look and the type of set you get.

As mentioned, you can get BG3 Magic Cards in 15-card sets known as The Magic: The Gathering Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate Collector Booster. The MTG Baldurs Gate Booster pack costs $20 for a set of 15 Baldur’s Gate 3 cards.

You can also get the Magic: The Gathering Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate Set Booster Box for $95. This set contains 18 packs for a total of 270 cards. The Magic: The Gathering Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate Draft Booster Box is also an option and costs just $88 for a 24-pack 480-card set.

You can also buy pre-made decks such as the Magic: The Gathering Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate Commander Deck for $68.

Final Thoughts

Fans of Baldur’s Gate 3 and Magic: The Gathering will want to get BG3 cards. The cards are affordable and are widely available in many online retail stores. They come in small booster packs, booster boxes, and whole deck sets, so there are many options to choose from if you want to add Baldur’s Gate 3 cards to your collection.

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