Happy Wednesday MTG peeps,
As the entire Magic 2012 core set has now been spoiled we are taking a step back to cover off other Magic the Gathering news we may have missed leading up and during M12 previews.
First up - Another Duel Deck . . .
Ajani vs Nicol Bolas
The leonin Ajani Goldmane scours the shards of Alara with a single thought in mind: revenge. Filled with rage at the murder of his brother, Jazal, Ajani searches for his killer. Leaving no stone unturned, his wrath grows along with his power as a Planeswalker, leading him to an ultimate showdown with the Multiverse's master manipulator.
Nicol Bolas is beginning to feel effects of the eons of time and knows it will take the mana of an entire plane to rejuvenate his ancient power and set his new schemes in motion. As he expertly maneuvers the pieces of his interplanar game into place, he encounters an indomitable will bent on retribution.
The battle of Alara's Maelstrom is in your hands. Determine the fate of an entire plane and the outcome of an epic conflict between two rival Planeswalkers.
Deck Design and Development: Chris Millar and Mark Gottlieb
Languages Available: English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish
Release Date: September 2, 2011
And next . . .
Wizards has a new product - 'Booster Battle Packs' . . .
Booster Battle Packs are designed as an introduction to the limited format, and are quick and fun for Magic players of any level.
Each pack contains a pair of semi-random decks, each with land appropriate for the deck's two colors. To play Booster Battle Packs, each player selects a deck, opens a booster chooses up to five cards from it, and shuffles them into their deck, then the spell-slinging begins. Since each pack will have four different colors, the two decks won't overlap. And when you add the booster to the equation, Booster Battle Packs create nearly limitless limited play options.
Each Booster Battle Pack contains:
Two 20-card semi-randomized decks
Two 15-card Magic 2012 Core Set booster packs
Magic "learn to play" guide
Deck Design and Development: Erik Lauer
Release Date: September 9, 2011
Available worldwide in English.
Stay tuned to MTG Realm as we polish off Magic 2012 details and start reviews.
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