Wizards of the Coast is going all out in support of Extra Life this year and two of their offerings mash up Magic: The Gathering and My Little Pony. First is the Ponies: The Galloping limited edition three card set which will be available October 22nd through November 5th for an MSRP of $50.00 ($30 of which will be donated to Extra Life). Second is a set of playmats from UltraPRO featuring the card artwork. The three playmats will be available during that same window of dates for an MSRP of $100.00 ($80 of which will be donated to Extra Life). Both sets will be available exclusively through hasbropulse.com.
Ponies: The Galloping Trading Card Set
Friendship is Magic: The Gathering in these silver-bordered My Little Pony cards! Three of your favorite ponies neigh into the fray, one of them with a double-sided surprise!
In partnership with Extra Life—and in the spirit of love, friendship, and beyond—each purchase of Ponies: The Galloping raises funds for Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Ponies: The Galloping is available from October 22, 2019–November 5, 2019, celebrating the series finale of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Magic: The Gathering’s Extra Life event on November 2.
- Silver-bordered, double-sided Princess Luna/Nightmare Moon Magic card
- Silver-bordered Princess Twilight Sparkle Magic card
- Silver-boarded Rarity Magic card
Ponies: The Galloping Playmats by Ultra PRO
Now, friendship really is Magic with our limited edition My Little Pony Magic: The Gathering playmat bundle.
Enchant your friends, rivals, and opponents with this playmat set featuring Princess Luna, Rarity, and Twilight Sparkle! Ready to bring on the night? Flip the Princess Luna double-sided playmat to reveal the Mare in the Moon herself, Nightmare Moon!
Bundle includes 3 playmats (2 single-sided playmats and 1 double-sided playmat)
- Protects gaming cards during game play
- Also great for use with laptop & computer workstations – works with most types of mouse devices
- Approximately 24″ wide x 13.5″ tall
- Non-slip rubber backing prevents movement during use