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The Revised Edition set was released in April 1994 with 306 cards. This white-bordered set "cleaned up" several rules and graphical oversights from Unlimited.
Released in April 1995, Fourth Edition was a new Magic: The Gathering basic set. Fifty-one cards were removed from the Revised Edition and 122 cards from previous expansions were added.
The 14th magic set, Alliances was released June 1996 with 199 cards. The most notable card from the set is Force of Will.
Betrayers contains 165 cards released February 2005. Ninjutsu, Offering, and Defender are key mechanics in the set.
Long before Mirrodin existed, on the other side of the multiverse, there was Kamigawa -- a plane in the midst of a terrible war. Spirits are launching attacks against humans as, in the shadows, a terror lurks just beyond sight.
Released in July 1995, Chronicles is a 125-card set of select reprints from Arabian Nights, Antiquities, and The Dark. Chronicles were sold in packs of 12, with the same set symbol original printing of the card. Chronicles' cards are distinguished from the originals by their white (vs. black) border. Chronicles is often considered a "core set" as it was treated as an expansion to 4th edition in tournament play.
Released May 5 2006, contains 180 cards. Features Azorius, Rakdos, and Simic guilds. Mechanics include graft, split, hellbent, and forcast.
Released July 2008, this set added the keywords Chroma and Retrace.
December 2009, Exodus was released. It was the first set to indicate a card's rarity on the card. Notable cards include Survival of the Fittest and Oath of Druids.
Fallen Empires consists of 187 cards released in November 1994 and sold in packs of eight cards. This set had a HUGE print run of 375 million cards. Many cards were multi-printed with differing art.
Released in April 2007, this set features many cards with a "curvy" card frame and many "full art" creatures.
Guildpact contains 165 cards and was released in February 2006. It features Haunt, Bloodthirst, and Replicate mechanics.
Homelands is a 140 card set released October 1995.
A humongous 383 card set released June 1995. This set introduced snow-covered lands and snow mechanics, and cumulative upkeep.
Released in June 1994, this 310 card set featured mutli-colored legendary creatures.
Released October 2007, this mammoth 301 card set introduced Planeswalkers.
Released July 2009, the first core set since Alpha or Beta to introduce new cards - 112 of them, including powerful 6/6 Titans. It also overhauled game rules: most significantly eliminating mana burn and changing the way combat damage is assigned.
Released July 2010.
A monstrous 350 card set released in October 1999, this set features rebel and mercenary tutors, spellshapers, and cards with invigorate and gush keywords.
October 1996 saw the release of Mirage. It featured Flanking and Phasing game mechanics.
Mirrodin was released October 2003 and contains 306 cards. Notable elements include artifact lands, equipment, and cards with affinity, imprint, and entwine.
Morningtide is a 150 card set released February 2008. This set introduced cards with the keywords Prowl, Reinforce, and Kinship.
A 143 card set released in February 2000, this set features cards with fading, spells with alternate (non-mana) casting costs such as Daze, Thwart, and Foil.
A 143 card set released in May 2000, this set features a set of Avatar cards, and the ever-popular Squirrel Wrangler.
Ravnica was released in October 2005. Notable cards include the shock lands.
Released April 2010, this set features powerful colorless Eldrazi creatures. It added Leveling Up, Rebound, Totem Armor, and Annihilator mechanics.
Saviors consists of 165 cards released June 2005. Set includes cards with flip, sweep, channel, and epic mechanics.
Released May 2008, this is the first set in the Shadowmoor block. The set featured cards with hybrid mana costs and keywords/abilities conspire, persist, untap (the untap symbol), and wither.
249 cards released October 2008. Introduced the color combinations termed Bant, Grixis, Esper, Jund, and Naya. It was the first set with "Mythic Rare" cards.
At 143 cards, Stronghold was a small set released in March 1998.
The Tempest expansion is loaded with 300+ cards, ranging from basic lands to powerful new spells. The set takes place on the stormy plane of Rath, where Gerrard and the heroes of the Weatherlight set out to find Volrath's stronghold.
Time Spiral was released October 2006. It contains "timeshifted" cards reprinted from older sets. Time Spiral introduced the keywords Flash, Split Second, and Suspend.
There were 121 Timeshifted cards - which were reprints of select cards from sets prior to Mirrodin. One Timeshifted card was included in each pack of Time Spiral, and are technically considered Time Spiral Cards. Released October 2006.
Urza's Destiny consists of 143 cards released in May 1999. It is part of the Saga Block, widely considered one of the most powerful blocks in Magic.
Urza's Legacy contains 143 cards released February 1999. Set features Echo mechanics.
This 350 card set, released in October 1998, is the largest set in the Saga Block - considered by many to be the most powerful block in all of Magic.
The 167 cards of Visions were released in February 1997. It featured creatures with "comes-into-play" (now read "enters the battlefield") effect.
Weatherlight was released in June 1997 and consists of 167 cards. The set has a number of graveyard interactions, and was the last set to use the keyword banding.
Released February 2010, this highly valued set packaged full art "Zendikar" lands and included notable cards Jace the Mind Sculptor and Stoneforge Mystic.
Released October 2009, this set is notable for it's full art lands, quests, traps, allies, and the introduction of the keywords landfall and intimidate.