Ravnica Remastered, by the numbers

One of the side benefits of doing the math for every set that comes out is that when we know the drop rate and number of serialized cards, that gives us an upper limit to the number of Collector Booster packs out there.

And with that piece of information, plus the drop rates of the other cards, we can extrapolate a lot of useful, clear data. 

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Cliff (@WordOfCommander) has been writing for MTGPrice since 2013, and is an eager Commander player, Draft enthusiast, and Cube fanatic. A high school science teacher by day, he’s also the official substitute teacher of the MTG Fast Finance podcast. If you’re ever at a GP and you see a giant flashing ‘CUBE DRAFT’ sign, go over, say hi, and be ready to draft.

2 thoughts on “Ravnica Remastered, by the numbers”

  1. How about an article about the LCI treasure trove box toppers?
    Given that it’s been a couple of months,I’d really like to know whether cards like Colossus Hammer and Coercive Portal are worth investing in…

    1. That is indeed on the agenda! I don’t like buying too soon, but in the next few weeks, I think the time will be ripe.

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