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Magic: The Gathering Assassin’s Creed Cards List

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The Universes Beyond sets from Magic: The Gathering are becoming a big part of the game’s release schedule, with the impressive scope of 2023’s Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-Earth set being the biggest set so far.

Ventures into the worlds of Warhammer and Doctor Who have also proven successful, as well as the 2024 release of Fallout demonstrating just how well MTG can be integrated with video games, while still maintaining the flavour of both the source material and Magic: The Gathering itself.

On July 5th, 2024, Magic: The Gathering will be heading into another video game universe; this time, it’ll be stealthily and acrobatically taking out targets in a variety of historical periods, with the arrival of the Assassin’s Creed set.

Interestingly, the Assassin’s Creed Universes Beyond set also heralds the release of a new type of booster pack: the Beyond Booster.

Let’s take a look at the cards and features that have currently been revealed for Universes Beyond: Assassin’s Creed.

Magic: The Gathering – Assassin’s Creed Card List

What Products Will Be Available for the Magic: The Gathering – Assassin’s Creed Set?

Though Lord of the Rings felt, to all intents and purposes, like a full Magic: The Gathering set release, the Doctor Who and Fallout Universes Beyond sets featured four highly thematic Commander Decks and Collector Booster packs, with no other products available at all.

Assassin’s Creed falls somewhere between the two types of set release; though not anywhere near as comprehensive as the Lord of the Rings set, the products featuring the Assassin’s Creed cards are a bit wider in scope than the Commander focused Doctor Who and Fallout ranges.

Heading up the Assassin’s Creed product range are the Beyond Boosters, an entirely new type of booster pack.

Assassin’s Creed: Beyond Boosters

MTG Assassin's Creed Booster Box

According to Wizards of the Coast, Beyond Boosters were a response to the smaller set size of Assassin’s Creed; without enough factions or cards overall to build Commander decks, the reduced number of cards in the set also meant that standard boosters wouldn’t be a good fit.

Though a similar product was released in 2023, with March of the Machine: Aftermath’s Epilogue Boosters, the almost universally negative reception they received saw the Beyond Boosters increase in scope, though they’re still smaller than a standard booster pack.

So what will you find in a Beyond Booster?

Each pack has 7 cards, which will include 1 Basic land card (or non-foil borderless scene card), 3 Uncommon cards, 1 Rare (or mythic rare) card, 1 Traditional foil card (uncommon or higher), and 1 Showcase card (which may also be foil).

Assassin's Creed Hidden Blade Promo Card

If you invest in a box of Beyond Boosters, you’ll also find the Hidden Blade Buy-A-Box Promo variant included too, which we’ve pictured above.

As for the other types of card you will find in Beyond Boosters, there’ll be Borderless art cards to be discovered, as well as a set of scene cards that combine to form a larger image.

Assassin's Creed Borderless Scene Card

The Ezio Auditore da Firenze Borderless Scene card above is, so far, the only one of these to have been revealed!

There’s a truly spectacular card treatment that’s exclusive to Assassin’s Creed too, in the form of the Memory Corridor cards.

Assassin's Creed MTG Memory Corridor Cards

As you can see from the images above, these mimic the effect of loading into The Animus in the Assassin’s Creed games.

Assassin’s Creed: Starter Kit

Assassin's Creed MTG Starter Kit

If you’re an Assassin’s Creed fan who’s new to Magic: The Gathering altogether, however, the best place to start will be with the Assassin’s Creed Starter Kit.

These Starter Kits tend to release fairly irregularly, with annual refreshes and the occasional pack to accompany certain, specific sets, as was the case with Lord of the Rings and now, Assassin’s Creed.

They’re a brilliant way to learn how to play Magic: The Gathering which, in fairness, isn’t particularly difficult to learn to play.

The complications arise from the countless different keywords, abilities and effects that can be found on the thousands of cards in Magic: The Gathering; with Starter Kits, the more complicated mechanics don’t tend to appear, allowing players to ease themselves in with how the game works.

Two decks are included, along with a learn to play guide and even two cardboard deck boxes, so you really don’t need anything else in order to play your very first game of Magic.


Two Mythic Rare, foil cards are included, each of them heading up one of the decks in the pack.

These are pictured above; the two Mythic Rare cards in the Starter Kit are Eivor, Battle-Ready and Ezio, Blade of Vengeance, showcasing two of the most popular protagonists in the Assassin’s Creed franchise.

Interestingly, these cards are exclusive to the Starter Kit, as are several more, non-foil but as yet unspecified cards, so even if you do know how to play Magic, if you’re a completist or a die hard Assassin’s Creed fan, no doubt you’ll be picking up this particular kit!

If you can’t wait for the Assassin’s Creed Starter Kit to arrive, or you just want to get yourself familiarised with how Magic works, check out our how to play Magic: The Gathering guide.

Assassin’s Creed Collector Boosters

Assassin's Creed MTG Collector Boosters

If you’re looking for the rarest and most spectacular treatments in the Assassin’s Creed set, you’ll want to check out the Collector Boosters.

In each booster pack of 10 cards, there are card treatments that can’t be found in any other product in the set; sparkling, iridescent foil-etched cards, for example, or textured foil cards which the Memory Corridor cards may have in these packs.

Though these are all undeniably exciting, the rarest and most sought after cards will be the serialized foil cards in the Collector Boosters.

So what are these serialized cards?

Assassin's Creed MTG Serialized Cards

The cards featuring real world, historic figures can be found in the other Assassin’s Creed booster packs; however, their serialized variants are only in Collector Boosters.

Each serialized card is 1 of just 500 copies of that card in existence; each card is numbered from 001 to 500, as you can see from the above image (though these are placeholder images, showing just XXX instead of a card number!).

What you’ll also notice about these serialized cards is that they’re in different languages; that’s because each one is printed in the language that the actual historical figure spoke.

For Leonardo da Vinci, that’s Italian; for Cleopatra, her card features the text using the Greek Cyrillic alphabet.

Assassin’s Creed Bundle

Assassin's Creed MTG Bundle

Last in our list is the Magic: The Gathering Assassin’s Creed Bundle. This is a fairly straightforward product, containing a number of Beyond Boosters, along with a bundle of Land cards and a spindown life counter (a twenty sided die, which is handy for tracking life points in MTG).

Perhaps the most intriguing element of this product is that it’ll also include a Promo card, though this has yet to be revealed.

We will of course update this article as soon as this Promo card is revealed, along with any further cards that Wizards reveal, for this promising and unique set.

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