9TH EDITION Release Date: 7/29/05 Set Size: 350 Cards (110 Rares, 110 Uncommons, 110 Commons, 20 Basic Lands) Additional Cards: (9 Starter Deck Cards: Coral Eel, Eager Cadet, Enormous Baloth, Giant Octopus, Goblin Raider, Index, Spined Wurm, Vengeance, Vizzerdrix) Expansion Symbol: Expansion Code: 9ED Languages: Chinese-S, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Set overview: This was the debut set for the Russian language, and so the Russian cards were printed in Black Border. All other languages for this set are in White Border. Wizards of the Coast decided to add in a lot of popular casual cards to the core set, boosting the value of this set against what we saw out of 8山 Edition.
ICE AGE BLOCK ICE AGE Release Date: 6/2/95 Set Size: 383 Cards (121 Rares, 121 Uncommons, 126 Commons, 15 Basic Lands) Expansion Symbol: Expansion Code: ICE Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish Set overview: All sets prior to Ice Age were stand-alone. They were meant to be played with other sets, but they did not carry over a coherent theme or narrative from one another. Ice Age started the first Block of sets —multiple sets that were specifically designed to be played with one another. It was the first expansion set to include Basic Lands・
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