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Duel Decks: Blessed vs Cursed

Duel Decks: Blessed vs Cursed

Duel Decks are a great way for two expert players to face off against each other with ready-to-play, sixty-card decks that contain powerful cards related to a specific theme and feature six exciting new cards from Shadows over Innistrad.

Tips of the Trade:

Tenth Planet Games & Comics celebrates the latest release of Duel Decks with a special Duel Decks tournament at Friday Night Magic.

Participants get to play with a random Duel Deck at the beginning of each round and then see which faction ultimately wins at the end of the tournament.

Contents:

  • 2 Ready-to-play, 60-card decks
  • 2 Deck boxes
  • 10 creature tokens
  • 2 Spindown life counters
  • Strategy insert
  • Rules reference card

Holy Warriors Unite Against the Unquiet Dead

A divine mission has once again united the Humans, Spirits, and Angels of Innistrad. Together, these protectors will stand against the shadows, fighting for humanity's salvation.

Evil rules the night. Shambling hordes of the dead roam free, their cemetery gates in ruins, as powerful Demons soar overhead. The fate of the living remains shrouded in darkness.

Will you defend hope or snuff it out?

Languages Available: English, Japanese

Release Date: February 26, 2016

MSRP: $19.99

Duel Decks: Blessed vs Cursed: Blessed Decklist

2 Topplegeist
1 Eerie Interlude
1 Pore Over the Pages
1 Cathedral Sanctifier
1 Champion of the Parish
1 Doomed Traveler
1 Nephalia Smuggler
1 Moorland Inquisitor
1 Thraben Heretic
2 Elder Cathar
1 Village Bell-Ringer
1 Captain of the Mists
1 Tandem Lookout
1 Chapel Geist
1 Emancipation Angel
1 Fiend Hunter
1 Geist of Saint Traft
1 Slayer of the Wicked
1 Tower Geist
1 Mist Raven
1 Spectral Gateguards
1 Gryff Vanguard
1 Dearly Departed
1 Goldnight Redeemer
1 Voice of the Provinces
2 Gather the Townsfolk
1 Increasing Devotion
1 Momentary Blink
2 Rebuke
1 Sharpened Pitchfork
1 Butcher's Cleaver
1 Bonds of Faith
1 Seraph Sanctuary
4 Tranquil Cove
12 Plains
7 Island

Duel Decks: Blessed vs Cursed: Cursed Decklist

1 Tooth Collector
1 Mindwrack Demon
1 Compelling Deterrence
1 Diregraf Ghoul
1 Gravecrawler
2 Butcher Ghoul
3 Screeching Skaab
1 Unbreathing Horde
1 Scrapskin Drake
2 Ghoulraiser
2 Stitched Drake
2 Diregraf Captain
1 Abattoir Ghoul
1 Driver of the Dead
1 Falkenrath Noble
1 Makeshift Mauler
1 Havengul Runebinder
1 Relentless Skaabs
1 Harvester of Souls
1 Appetite for Brains
1 Sever the Bloodline
1 Barter in Blood
1 Dread Return
2 Moan of the Unhallowed
1 Human Frailty
1 Victim of Night
1 Tribute to Hunger
1 Forbidden Alchemy
1 Cobbled Wings
4 Dismal Backwater
12 Swamp
8 Island

Duel Decks: Blessed vs Cursed

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Date Added: Thursday 03 March, 2016 by Pennie Malone
"Blessed" and "cursed" is basically the theme of what I like my decks to be. Angels vs Demons is the obvious but I love fallen angels or a little shine of humanity seen in fallen souls. Would be nice to learn of other creature types from a box like this I don't know of yet that fit this theme. I even try to theme my lands around this, I have the darkest of plains and brightest most cheerful swamps
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars! ]
Date Added: Tuesday 01 March, 2016 by Joshua Belson
Always nice to have a fair fight, no overpowered decks
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars! ]
Date Added: Tuesday 23 February, 2016 by Fabian Coker
Duel Decks are fantastic and Traft makes this one totally worth it!
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars! ]
Date Added: Wednesday 17 February, 2016 by Emanuele Arcari
For the Geist, for the Demons, and for the awesome cards, It'll be part of my collection, probably the best DD ever.
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars! ]
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