10/5/2012 2:29:02 AM PermalinkI can't afford one ATM :/ Honestly, i'm not all that interested in this specific block. I was looking forward to Izzet, and while there are some great ones, for the most part it's nothing all that exciting to me. Golgari does look really good though. I think i'll get a fatpack and wait for the other blocks before i get a full booster box. But keep in mind i'm new to Magic, and i have no idea what the cards are actually going to be worth, and i havent looked into many beyond Golgari and Izzet.
10/5/2012 2:17:11 AM PermalinkI would definitely recommend picking up a booster box. I went to a pre release and got very interesting cards of every color.
10/5/2012 2:14:33 AM PermalinkYou can google the set if you want. They've released every card. Looks awesome to me. I've got a box waiting for me Sunday when I get back from a trip.
10/5/2012 2:11:35 AM PermalinkI'm saving up with my brother and a few friends to get one, I think it's worth it...then again, I'm mostly interested in Golgari, and so far Golgari has some really nice cards.
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So I'm considering having Return to Ravnica be the first set of Magic The Gathering that I buy a booster box for. I unfortunately didn't get to go to the pre-release, but for those that did, would you say that this set is worth buying a booster box of? I'm looking for some fun mechanics to play with, and wasn't sure if the ones introduced in Return to Ravnica were going to work well. The Innistrad block had some fun ones, so I'm curious if WotC is going to be able to maintain a steady release of fun and new game mechanics to keep it fresh. Is getting a booster box a good idea for this set?