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Release Date: April 28, 2017
Pre-Release Dates: April 22-23, 2017
Pro Tour Date: May 12, 2017
Pro Tour Format: Standard/Booster Draft
Official Three-Letter Code: AKH
Twitter Hashtag: ##MTGAKH
Number of Cards: 264

Amonkhet Articles


Insider: Investing on MTGO Level Up – Uncommons

By Kyle Rusciano on July 18th, 2017

Uncommons can provide some of the largest percentage returns on MTGO, but there's a right way and a wrong way to invest in them...


Insider: The Time to Invest in Amonkhet on MTGO Has Begun!

By Kyle Rusciano on June 23rd, 2017

One of the first rules of MTGO finance is that it doesn’t necessarily follow the rules of MTG finance. It is its own beast – its own game. In...


Insider: Visualizing Pro Tour Amonkhet

By Diego Fumagalli on May 16th, 2017

Diego's back with a graphic visualization of Pro Tour Amonkhet.


Insider: Undervalued Presale Cards in Amonkhet

By Brian DeMars on April 21st, 2017

Pre-buying hyped staples is rarely a winning strategy, but picking underrated cards is different. Brian covers the cards from Amonkhet he believes are flying under the radar.


HareruyaWayfinder – AKH Edition

By Chaz V on April 21st, 2017

The latest HareruyaWayfinder decklists have been released! AKH Edition.


Insider: Cubing with Amonkhet (As Inexpensively as Possible)

By Danny Brown on April 21st, 2017

Danny provides a comprehensive review of Cube-worthy cards from Amonkhet, along with suggestions for the best time to pick each up cheaply.


Insider: “Commonkhet” Set Review

By Douglas Johnson on April 20th, 2017

DJ's back to take us through his favorite cards from among Amonkhet's commons and uncommons. Come on in, the bulk is fine!


Insider-Eternal Amonkhet

By David Schumann on April 19th, 2017

Welcome back readers! The Amonkhet set draws inspiration from ancient Egypt so it seems appropriate that it bears a lot of eternal potential with it. This set has me...


Insider: Under- and Overrated Mythics in Amonkhet

By Brian DeMars on April 11th, 2017

With a solid chunk of spoilers in, Brian starts the task of evaluating the new cards' constructed applications and separating the gems from the chaff.