Release Date: 8/8/94 Set Size: 119 Cards (35 Rares, 44 Uncommons, 40 Commons) Expansion Symbol: Expansion Code: DRK Languages: English, Italian Set overview: Wizards experimented with a dark theme with The Dark, a set centered around religious persecution and horror. This type of setting wouldn't be fully re-examined for nearly two decades, until it was moved to a different world and done (much better) as Innistrad. Key cards include Blood Moon, Maze of Ith, and Preacher. The Dark Rare CARD English Price Italian Price Apprentice Wizard S5 S2.50 Ball Lightning S35 S22 Bari's Cage S2 S1.50 Blood Moon S90 S60 City of Shadows S30 S20 Cleansing S15 S10 Dance of Many S4 S2 Eternal Flame S12 S6 Exorcist S20 S14 Frankenstein's Monster S12 S7 Goblin Wizard S50 S25 Grave Robbers S15 S11 Hidden Path S10 S7 Inferno S3 S2.25 Knights of Thorn Sio S6 Leviathan S5 S3 Lurker S6 S3 Mana Clash S2 S1.50 AI ana Vortex S35 S Martyr's Cry S12 S8 Mind Bomb §4 S2 Nameless Race Sio S5 Niall Silvain S8 S3 Preacher S60 S30 Psychic Allergy S6 S3 Rag Man S2.50 S2 Safe Haven S6 S3 Scanvood Bandits S8 S4 Season of the Witch S15 S9 Sorrow's Path Sio S5 Stone Calendar S20 S8 Tracker Sio S5 Witch Hunter S2.50 S2 Worms of the Earth S8 S4 Wormwood Treefolk S8 S3
The Dark Uncommon CARD English Price Italian Price Amnesia S3 S2.25 Angry Mob S0.25 S0.25 Banshee S0.25 S0.25 Blood of the Martyr $0.35 S0.25 Bone Flute S0.25 S0.25 Book of Rass S0.50 S0.25 Brothers of Fire S0.25 S0.25 Cave People S0.25 S0.25 Coal Golem S0.25 S0.25 Curse Artifact S0.25 S0.25 Dark Sphere S3 S2.25 Diabolic Machine S0.25 S0.25 Eater of the Dead S12 S9 Electric Eel $0.35 S0.25 Elves of Deep Shadow S8 S6 Fasting S0.25 S0.25 Fellwar Stone S12 S8 Fire and Brimstone S0.25 S0.25 Fire Drake S0.25 S0.25 Flood S0.50 S0.25 Fountain of Youth S0.25 S0.25 Living Armor S0.25 S0.25 Maze of Ith S30 S22.50 I erf oik Assassin S0.50 S0.25 Necropolis S0.25 S0.25 Orc General S0.25 S0.25 People of the Woods S0.35 S0.25 Reflecting Mirror S0.25 S0.25 Runesword S0.25 S0.25 Scarecrow S0.50 S0.50 Scarwood Hag S0.25 S0.25 Sisters of the Flame S0.25 S0.25 Skull of Orm S3 S2.25
The Dark, Maze of Ith, Uncommon, S30 English; $22.50 Italian・ The Dark Common CARD English Price Italian Price Ashes to Ashes S0.25 S0.15 Bog Imp S0.15 S0.15 Bog Rats S0.15 S0.15 Brainwash S0.15 S0.15 Carnivorous Plant S0.15 S0.15 Dark Heart of the Wood S0.25 S0.15 Deep Water S0.15 S0.15 Drowned S0.15 S0.15 Dust to Dust S3 S0.75 Erosion S0.15 S0.15 Festival S0.15 S0.15 Fissure S0.25 S0.15 Gaea's Touch S1.50 S1.25 Ghost Ship S0.15 S0.15 Giant Shark S0.25 S0.15 Goblin Caves S0.25 S0.15 Goblin Digging Team S0.15 S0.15 Goblin Hero S0.15 S0.15 Goblin Rock Sled S0.15 S0.15 Goblin Shrine S0.15 S0.15 Goblins of the Flarg S0.15 S0.15 Holy Light S4 Si Inquisition S0.15 S0.15 Land Leeches S0.15 S0.15 Marsh Gas S0.15 S0.15 Marsh Goblins S0.15 S0.15 Marsh Viper S0.15 S0.15 Miracle Worker S0.15 S0.15 Morale S0.15 S0.15 Murk Dwellers S0.15 S0.15 Pikemen S0.15 S0.15 Riptide S0.15 S0.15 Savaen Elves S0.15 S0.15 Scanvood Goblins S0.15 S0.15 Scavenger Folk S0.25 S0.15 Squire S0.25 S0.15 Sunken City S0.15 S0.15 Venom S0.15 S0.15 Water Wurm S0.15 S0.15 Word of Binding S0.15 S0.15 FALLEN EMPIRES Release Date: 11/4/94 Set Size: 187 Cards (36 Rares, 30 Uncommons, 121 Commons) Expansion Symbol: Expansion Code: FEM Language: English Set overview: Fallen Empires was the first stumbling block for Magic. The set was overproduced, and the majority of good cards were at Common, meaning that people didn't need to open many packs to get the cards they wanted to play with. As a result, the set tanked prett\r hard. Fallen Empires Rare CARD Price Aeolipile Si Balm of Restoration Si Bottomless Vault Si Conch Horn Si Delif s Cube Si Derelor S0.50 Draconian Cylix Si Dwarven Armorer Si Dwarven Hold S0.75 Ebon Praetor Si
So.岭 S0.15 Vodalian Soldiers (Richard Kane-Ferguson) S0.15 S0.15 HOMELANDS Release Date: 10/13/95 Set Size: 140 Cards (43 Rates, 46 Uncommons, 51 Commons) Expansion Code: HML Languages: English, French, German. Italian, Portuguese, Spanish Set overview: While Fallen Empires was overproduced and under- received. it did have a number of powerful tournament cards in the Common slot, but Homelands is long considered the worst Magic set ever printed. Unexciting, underpowered, and lacking in cohesive flavor — this was the low point for Magic sets. Thankfully, things only improved from here!
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