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  2. Beatdown Gift Box

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Description

Contains:

Two 61-card decks
two 20-sided dice
History of Magic Book

Includes Foil Erhnam Djinn and Sengir Vampire.

The Beatdown Box Set features two preconstructed 61-card decks (each containing five rare cards!), 2 premium creature cards with never before seen artwork, two life counters, one poster, and a booklet with playing tips and creature histories! It was released in December 2000.


Deck A: "Ground Pounder"

Green baddies and Red aggression combine in a deck that can lay down huge creatures in record time. With the help of mana aids, it cranks out Giants and Wurms before your opponent can say 'chump-block'.

1 Kird Ape C

1 Raging Goblin C

1 Bloodrock Cyclops C

1 Ball Lightning R

1 Viashino Warrior C

1 Balduvian Horde R

1 Lowland Giant C

1 Talruum Minotaur C

1 Hulking Cyclops U

1 Thundering Giant U

1 Shivan Dragon R

1 Llanowar Elves C

1 Quirion Elves C

1 Wooly Spider C

1 Erhnam Djinn U

1 Deadly Insect C

1 Plated Spider C

1 Crashing Boars U

1 Shambling Strider C

1 Yavimaya Wurm C

1 Force of Nature R

1 Scaled Wurm C

1 Crash of Rhinos C

1 Segmented Wurm U

1 Clockwork Beast R

1 Lightning Bolt C

1 Shock C

1 Sonic Burst C

1 Thunderbolt C

1 Lava Axe C

1 Fireball C

1 Fog C

1 Giant Growth C

1 Wild Growth C

1 Rampant Growth C

11 Mountains

11 Forests

1 Dwarven Ruins U

1 Havenwood Battleground U

1 Slippery Karst C

1 Smoldering Crater C

Deck B: "Aerodoom"

Aerodoom flies out of the gate with a barrage of control and disruption cards, then finds time to make sure you draw the cards you need. Once your own library is under control, in come the Djinns and Elementals to work over your opponent while you relax and take in the breeze.

1 Cloud Elemental C

1 Fog Elemental C

1 Snapping Drake C

1 Wayward Soul C

1 Giant Crab C

1 Vigilant Drake C

1 Air Elemental U

1 Killer Whale U

1 Cloud Djinn U

1 Blizzard Elemental R

1 Mahamoti Djinn R

1 Leviathan R

1 Foul Imp C

1 Skittering Skirge C

1 Skittering Horror C

1 Tar Pit Warrior C

1 Grave Digger C

1 Hollow Dogs C

1 Fallen Angel R

1 Sengir Vampire U

1 Clockwork Avian R

1 Brainstorm C

1 Impulse C

1 Tolarian Winds C

1 Counterspell C

1 Gaseous Form C

1 Power Sink C

1 Dark Ritual C

1 Diabolic Edict C

1 Terror C

1 Death Stroke C

1 Bone Harvest C

1 Coercion C

1 Drain Life C

1 Diabolic Vision U

11 Island

11 Swamp

1 Svyelunite Temple U

1 Ebon Stronghold U

1 Polluted Mire C

1 Remote Isle C

Condition: Sealed/Mint

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