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10.13.2009

Sliver Spoiler 1

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Good Day to all.

You may recall our last post regarding the new Magic the Gathering product, Premium Deck Series : Slivers. Well, we have some spoilers for you to salivate over.

Put on your bibs and let's go . . . Confirmed Slivers are taken from the five shown on the product packaging.

Acidic Sliver,
Creature - Sliver, Uncommon
All Slivers have "2, Sacrifice this permanent: This permanent deals 2 damage to target creature or player."
2/2


Necrotic Sliver, 1
Creature - Sliver
All Slivers have "3, Sacrifice this permanent: Destroy target permanent."
2 / 2


Crystalline Sliver,
Creature - Sliver, Uncommon
All Slivers have shroud. (They can't be the targets of spells or abilities.)
2/2


Sliver Overlord,
Legendary Creature - Sliver Mutant, Rare
3 : Search your library for a Sliver card, reveal that card, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library.
3 : Gain control of target Sliver. (This effect lasts indefinitely.)
7/7


Victual Sliver,
Creature - Sliver, Uncommon
All Slivers have "2, Sacrifice this permanent: You gain 4 life."
2/2


Stay tuned to MTG-Realm.com for more news and spoilers.
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The official announcement from Wizards of the Coast . . .


Unimaginable Destruction

Vicious, territorial, and able to share abilities, Slivers are nearly impossible to stop. This new and powerful, 60-card, all foil deck contains some of greatest Sliver cards from throughout Magic history, including several that have never been released in foil before!

Contents include:

* 60-card premium foil deck, including 5 rare cards and 1 mythic rare
* Exclusive Spindown(tm) life counter
* Foil deck box
* Strategy insert
* Magic "learn to play" guide

Premium Deck Series: Slivers will be available world-wide in English only, and will have a limited print run.

Each card will be a black bordered foil and tournament legal. This means that these cards are legal for use in any tournaments where the original printings are still legal.

Deck Design and Development Team: Ken Nagle and Mike Turian
Release date: November 20, 2009
MSRP: $34.99

2 comments:

Vinifera7 said...

Too bad I hate foil cards..

Marvel said...

Im really wondering is this really worth buying... the 5 cards being spoiled aren't convincing enough to warrant a $35 price tag... I'd rather buy singles