MTG Arena will host a special series of events called Decathlon. Ten events in a variety of formats spanning fifteen days culminate in one final event for a chance to win some big prizes, including two Copies of each card in the future Phirixia: All will be one Designation! This guide will contain everything you need to know about Jump In! Event including schedule, rewards and our exclusive form listings.
- Duration: January 1, 2021 @ 8:00 am PST to January 4, 2021 @ 8:00 am PST
- Form: poor
- entry fee: 2000 gold or 400 gems
- ends yet7 wins or 3 losses, whichever comes first
- match structure: Best matches (BO1)
|7 wins||4000 gold + deca tokens|
|5-6 wins||3 cans|
|3-4 wins||2 pack|
|1-2 wins||1 pack|
|0 wins||No rewards|
|Entry bonus||bronze Sandering Titan how much|
Packs awarded during Decathlon events can be from legal decks in Historic and Standard, and can also include the new Alchemy: Innistrad packs:
- Standard main group: 40%
- Non-standard main group package: 40%
- Chemistry group – 10%
- Legendary pack: 10%
You can sign up for Decathlon events as many times as you like, but you can only get one decathlon token from each event. You also need to get three different tokens to be able to enter the finals, so make plans to play other events if you want to get some great final prizes.
Jump inside! Guide
Unfortunately, we don’t have any very concrete advice regarding Jump inside! Where it will be largely determined by the packages that are offered to you. However, it is a good idea to understand the rare items each pack offers and choose the strongest Rares packs and the ones that work synergistically with each other. To find out what’s in it, be sure to check out the manual and hope for more synergistic packages with each other.
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