From Legend Story Studios
The furnace is blazing, and the clinks and clanks of hammers on anvils ring out like the drums of war, as Crucible of War approaches. When you crack packs of CRU on August 28, you’ll notice some new things inside the pack.
Crucible of War Composition
- 1 Fabled
- 2 Legendary
- 36 Majestic (combined with Super Rares)
- 56 Rare
- 103 Common
Crucible of War Pack Configuration
- 1 Premium Foil
- 1 Rare or higher
- 1 Rare
- 7 Commons
When designing Flesh and Blood, we pay a lot of attention to the frequency of each individual high rarity card. By this, we mean that we don’t look at a Legendary as being 1:96 packs, but rather as a “Fyendal’s Spring Tunic” appearing in 1:480 packs. This was planned so that Welcome to Rathe and Arcane Rising both had 5 Legendary equipment, meaning you get, on average, 1 Legendary equipment per case (or 1:96 packs). It’s our intention for core booster sets like WTR, ARC and Monarch to mostly follow this model.
For supplementary sets like Crucible of War, the model is different. Because there are only 2 Legendary cards in CRU, they appear approximately 1:240 packs, meaning the frequency of finding a specific Legendary is consistent with the established baseline.
As much as possible, we try to make the frequency of each card within a rarity the same, or as close to the same as possible. A lot of planning goes into trying to achieve this, with consideration to the constraints of manufacturing – such as the fixed number of card slots on a print sheet, and how many different print sheets can co-exist.
In special circumstances we will intentionally short-print cards. This is mostly relevant when a “play set” of a card is less than 3. For example, equipment and cards with the keyword Legendary (You may only have 1 [NAME] in your deck.), are cards players typically want to own 1 copy of, rather than 3.
There are many majestic equipments in Crucible of War, as well as a very special card, Gorganian Tome (which has the keyword Legendary). To balance supply and demand for these cards, they have been intentionally short-printed, appearing slightly less than half as often as other majestics in Crucible of War.
What is the Crucible of War release date?
Crucible of War, the third set for the Flesh and Blood TCG, released on August 28th, 2020 in the US.
Shipping and returns
Every order ships within 1 business day, unless it contains a pre-order item. Any order that contains at least one pre-order item will ship once every item in the order is available.
Lost or damaged shipments will only be covered through your shipping insurance, so if you would like to protect your order from the unlikely chance of a shipping mishap, look to Priority! USPS is our shipping provider and we offer First-Class and Priority shipping methods. First-Class shipping is economy-grade shipping that includes tracking but no insurance in the case of loss or damage. Priority shipping includes tracking and insurance of $50 for Domestic, and $100 for international shipments.
For any single card purchased at a price of $250 or greater: If a significant quality difference exists from the card(s) you receive and our listed description – and only if the security seal on the protective packaging is not broken – you can contact us within seven (7) days of delivery. After our written approval to return the card(s), you’ll need to supply us with a tracking number for the return shipment within seven (7) days of the original delivery to you or within two (2) business days of our written approval, whichever is later. Upon return delivery and a verification of the security seal being intact, we’ll grant a full refund