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Magic: The Gathering’s next Secret Lair card drop will raise money for charity Extra Life

Features four foil cards with new family-themed artwork.

Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair: Extra Life 2020
Image credit: Wizards of the Coast

Magic: The Gathering is dropping another limited-edition Secret Lair card set next month, this time in aid of gaming charity Extra Life.

Secret Lair: Extra Life 2020 will include four new foil variants of cards featuring alternate artwork themed around family and children.

Magic: The Gathering Secret Lair: Extra Life 2020
Image credit: Wizards of the Coast

The four cards in the set will be Teferi's Protection, Amulet of Vigor, Collected Company and Consecrated Sphinx.

The set will be available to pre-order from 9am PT on November 6th to 9am PT November 9th, and will cost $60. Half of that money will go toward Extra Life, benefitting Seattle Children's Hospital, Wizards of the Coast said.

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Alongside the card set, Wizards of the Coast announced play mats featuring the new artwork for each of the cards, with $16 of the mats’ $22 price tag going to Extra Life. The playmats will be available for the same three-day window from accessories maker Ultra Pro.

The Magic: The Gathering maker also announced that it would auction 20 uncut sheets of MTG cards - including German Fifth Edition rares and lands through to mythic rare showcase cards from this year’s Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths - on eBay, with all proceeds going toward Extra Life. The auctions will be held between October 29th and November 7th.

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