Geek Pick of the Week – Magic: The Gathering The Lord of the Rings Holiday Scene Boxes

For our latest Geek Pick of the Week, we unbox a couple of the newly released Magic: The Gathering – The Lord of the Rings Scene Boxes!

As the Holiday season approaches, we’re bringing back our Geek Pick of the Week. Each week leading up to Christmas, we’ll be highlighting a cool product we’ve found that we feel would be the perfect gift for geeks of all kinds. Use these to help fill in your own wish list or find the perfect gift for the nerds in your life. Click HERE to read more about previous Picks of the Week!

Wizards of the Coast isn’t done bringing Middle-earth to Magic: The Gathering! To celebrate the holidays, they’ve launched four new “Scene Boxes” featuring artwork from various artists along with some boosters to bolster your decks. They were kind enough to send me a pair of them to check out and I’m sharing the experience (and my thoughts) with you:

All in all, these Scene Boxes are perfect for giving out during the holidays. Even if the person isn’t a Magic fan/player, the art and display easel is perfect for Lord of the Rings fans looking for something different. And coming in at only $35 a piece, these aren’t breaking the bank either.

The four sets you can choose from are:

Gandalf in the Pelennor Fields, art by Matt Stewart
Flight of the Witch-King, art by Campbell White
The Might of Galadriel, art by Alexander Mokhov
Aragorn at Helm’s Deep, art by Jason Rainville

To learn more about The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth set in Magic: The Gathering, be sure to head to Wizards of the Coast’s official site. These Lord of the Rings Box Scenes are available now wherever Magic: The Gathering cards are sold and online

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