Magnum Opus Reprint

Get your hands on six champion-designed Netrunner cards!

The Magnum Opus set was released near the end of 2018, featuring six cards designed by winners of some of the most prestigious tournaments. It was only available to people who were able to attend the Magnum Opus event. Since then, many players have found it hard to get hold of the set, so we have re-released it with brand new art, updated wording, and modernized templates and glyphs.

Magnum Opus Reprint spread

Fast Facts

  • Release date: July 23, 2019
  • Size: 3 copies each of 6 cards
  • Total cards: 18 cards
  • Set symbol: Philosopher’s Stone alchemical symbol
  • NetrunnerDB set abbreviation: mor

Get Magnum Opus Reprint

The Magnum Opus reprint is available as physical cards from our online store if you are in the US and Australia, and from our print-on-demand partners for all other regions. It is also available as a pay-what-you-want print and play PDF. Click the sections below to learn more about each option.

Important note about avoiding customs charges: We recommend that you consult MakePlayingCards’s Shipping Information page for details on customs charges. For EU orders in particular, MPC guarantee no customs charges on orders up to a value of $500 excluding shipping, but only if ordered via their Standard Shipping option! 

Please note that Hired Help and Watch the World Burn are not included in this set.

Not sure which storefront to pick? Check out NISEI’s handy Purchase Guide for a rundown of the options.

Note: Due to card back differences between our products, as well as due to different color matching between our different printing partners, these cards should be used in opaque sleeve

DriveThruCards provides us more revenue than other print-on-demand options, allowing us to continue our work. Card stock weight and thickness is somewhere in between the MakePlayingCards standard and premium options. Shipping can be expensive for customers outside the United States, and may incur import duties.

The MakePlayingCards Standard quality is slightly thinner than classic FFG cards. Shipping is generally more affordable than DriveThruCards for customers outside the United States. For more details, see our Purchase Guide.

The MakePlayingCards Premium quality is slightly thicker than classic FFG cards. Shipping is generally more affordable than DriveThruCards for customers outside the United States. For more details, see our Purchase Guide.

Our authorized resellers are longstanding community members who bulk-order stock from MakePlayingCards in order to provide cheaper products for players in their region. Their stock is identical to MakePlayingCards’ Standard quality.

Additionally, local groups often organize bulk buys from MakePlayingCards to bring the cost of the product down. We encourage you to ask players in your area if a bulk buy is being organized. If your local group is too small to benefit from bulk discounts, there are national-level bulk buys being organized (most often following the release of a new set), such as a North American one by community member Myldside.

Pay what you’d like and print on your own printer! This file contains full-color art of card faces, with no bleed or card backs. Cut them out with scissors and put them in sleeves!

After downloading the files, if you’d like to say thanks, you can donate to NISEI either via PayPal or our Patreon.

Magnum Opus Reprint Frequently Asked Questions

No. The cards Watch the World Burn and Hired Help were collaboratively developed by participants in the the Magnum Opus tournament event and are referred to as Orgcrime or Community cards. Because they were never playtested and have oppressive abilities, these Orgcrime cards have been banned in NISEI Standard since their release, and are not included in this set.

This set contains the six Champion cards designed by former tournament champions: Labor Rights, Crowdfunding, Embolus, Slot Machine, Border Control, and Timely Public Release.

This printing of Crowdfunding introduces the new “load/empty” terminology. To “load” a card is to put counters or credits on it; it is “empty” when it no longer has any of those counters or credits.

The word “load” will always be used in combination with a corresponding “empty” ability.

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