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Super Groupies Will Release Magic: The Gathering Watches and Bags

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Super Groupies revealed a new set of accessories in collaboration with Magic: The Gathering. Chronograph watches and crossbody bags are being produced in 6 colors, based on the globally popular trading card game. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Both the watches and bags are specially designed to fit the needs of Magic: The Gathering players. The watches, which have five mana stones etched along with the hour markers, also have a turnable bezel to determine the starting time of a match and let a player see how many minutes have passed.

The bag’s main compartment is originally partitioned to let a player store important decks, although the partitions can also be modified freely. The side pockets let one store smaller items like dice and pens. The bags are also made to protect the contents from the rain with the water-proof zippers and Cordura nylon.

The watches are available at 23,800 yen, while the bags are priced at 13,800 yen. All prices are still subject to tax. One of the six colors available is based on the Planeswalkers, while the rest will refer to the five mana colors in the TCG, which are White, Blue, Black, Red, and Green.

Super Groupies has recently been revealing accessories based on collaborations with a lot of game titles and, as well as manga and anime IPs. The same brand has also revealed accessories related to Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Death NoteBloodborne, and the NieR series, to name a few.

The Magic: The Gathering watches and bags from Super Groupies are slated for release around late February 2021. However, these accessories will only be available through build-to-order manufacturing. Pre-orders for the items are now open and available until October 26, 2020, at 12:00 JST. People living outside Japan are also able to place orders through the WorldShopping service inside Super Groupies’ product page.


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