1. Izzet Vs Golgari - Duel Decks
  2. Izzet Vs Golgari - Duel Decks

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    Collector's Highlights

    Two Guilds Clash beneath the Streets of Ravnica.

    The Izzet League, under the ingenious mind of its guildmaster, the dragon Niv-Mizzet, has dabbled, delved, and decoded many mysteries in its insatiable thirst for knowledge. Now the dracomagus seeks to plumb the depths of Ravnica’s undercity. But the Golgari don’t welcome interlopers in their dank, moldy realm.

    Under the command of the elvish lich lord Jarad, the Golgari have dwelled in darkness long enough. The Swarm grows restless and its rot farms need fresh corpses. Jarad believes the time is right to teach Niv-Mizzet’s magewrights a lesson: that there is no place for Izzet research in the vicious cycle of life and death.

    Izzet Deck

    1 Forgotten Cave
    10 Island
    2 Izzet Boilerworks
    1 Lonely Sandbar
    9 Mountain
    1 Nivix, Aerie of the Firemind

    1 Djinn Illuminatus
    1 Galvanoth
    1 Gelectrode
    1 Goblin Electromancer
    1 Izzet Chronarch
    1 Izzet Guildmage
    2 Kiln Fiend
    1 Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind
    1 Ogre Savant
    2 Shrewd Hatchling
    1 Steamcore Weird
    2 Wee Dragonauts

    1 Brainstorm
    1 Call to Heel
    1 Dissipate
    1 Fire // Ice
    1 Force Spike
    1 Invoke the Firemind
    1 Isochron Scepter
    1 Izzet Charm
    1 Izzet Signet
    1 Magma Spray
    1 Overwhelming Intellect
    1 Prophetic Bolt
    2 Pyromatics
    1 Quicksilver Dagger
    1 Reminisce
    1 Sphinx-Bone Wand
    1 Street Spasm
    1 Thunderheads
    1 Train of Thought
    1 Vacuumelt

    Golgari Deck

    1 Barren Moor
    1 Dakmor Salvage
    8 Forest
    2 Golgari Rot Farm
    1 Svogthos, the Restless Tomb
    10 Swamp
    1 Tranquil Thicket

    1 Boneyard Wurm
    1 Brain Weevil
    1 Doomgape
    1 Dreg Mangler
    2 Elves of Deep Shadow
    1 Eternal Witness
    1 Gleancrawler
    1 Golgari Grave-Troll
    2 Golgari Rotwurm
    1 Golgari Thug
    1 Greater Mossdog
    1 Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord
    1 Korozda Guildmage
    1 Plagued Rusalka
    1 Putrid Leech
    1 Ravenous Rats
    1 Reassembling Skeleton
    1 Sadistic Hypnotist
    1 Shambling Shell
    1 Stingerfling Spider
    1 Stinkweed Imp

    1 Feast or Famine
    1 Ghoul's Feast
    1 Golgari Germination
    1 Golgari Signet
    1 Grim Flowering
    1 Life // Death
    1 Life from the Loam
    1 Nightmare Void
    2 Putrefy
    1 Twilight's Call
    1 Vigor Mortis
    1 Yoke of the Damned

    Initial Deck Design: Chris Millar
    Final Deck Development: Mark L. Gottlieb
    Twitter Hashtag: #MTGIVG
    Languages Available: English, Japanese
    Release Date: September 7, 2012
    MSRP: £19.99

Condition. Sealed Mint

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