I have a love/hate relationship with games that rotate out elements from them. Various card games and minis games do it, usually coming from the "collectible" side of the hobby. I understand the desire to keep a pool of potential options down, as it can create a seemingly impossible wall for new players. Meanwhile, it does mean that cards/minis you like will someday be unable to be played in standard events. But there's always the hope for reprints. Well, Wizards of the Coast has announced the new Eternal Masters set for Magic: The Gathering that will bring a smile to a lot of gamer's faces.
This set will draw in cards from throughout Magic: The Gathering history in order to create a rather unique set experience. Note: It won't have cards from the Reserved List, just in case you were curious/concerned. Also, the cards will have new artwork. The set is designed to spruce up players who enjoy Cube, Commander, Vintage, and Legacy games.
Expect the set to hit store shelves on June 10th.