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- trading card game
- Number of players: 2
- Manufacturer: Upper Deck Entertainment
- two 44-card preconstructed decks, alliance/horde, three random oversize hero cards, one UDE points card, one rulebook
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Top Customer Reviews
The two decks included are ready to be played right out of the box, which is much easier than trying to put together decks on my own. My favorite part of this set may be the box itself: It's well made, contains storage for the two decks plus instructions and more, and I really think it looks sharp. Much more attractive on a shelf than a white cardboard box!
Overall love the cards and the 3 oversized heroes!
This set is old and outdated. It is made by Upper Deck. You can surely use it, like I did, but you won't be able to get very far when it comes to the game now.
The case is nice and I like the artwork. One of my cases does not clip properly, though. Not a big deal, I left it among the library of roleplaying books that we centralize for our nerd nights.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i got the box out of curiousity of the game, wanted to try something new. i love the art work of the cards.Published on May 14, 2013 by RabbitFittz
Nice game and mechanics. Excellemt product presentation and quality. Alliance deck seems a bit weak compared to Horde's. Game feel more strategic than Magic.Published on November 8, 2012 by C. Ocampo