Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins

Posted in Feature on August 12, 2008

By Wizards of the Coast

Collector's Highlights

  • Available in stores November 16, 2007 and on Magic Online November 19, 2007.
  • Two new 60-card theme decks: Elves and Goblins
  • Four rares (including an exclusive alternate art foil card) in each deck.
  • Features popular cards selected from the last six years of Magic expansions, from the Apocalypse to Lorwyn sets.
  • All cards are black-bordered and tournament legal.
  • See the “Theme Decks” section below for the complete list of each deck.

Game Features

  • A full-color insert with back story and strategies for each deck, including play tips specifically for dealing with each opposing deck.
  • Includes three token cards: Elf Warrior, Goblin, and a new 7/7 Elemental.



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Choose your side!

This holiday season, give yourself—or a buddy—a tasty little collection of cards with Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins. Inside you'll find two ready-to-play decks developed specifically for bashing againast each other. The decks feature Elves and Goblins—the most popular tribes in the game. They're ready to go right out of the box, so choose your favorite and start playing!

To learn more about Elves vs. Goblins, don't miss "Pointy Ears vs. Pointy Teeth". In this exclusive feature article, R&D head developer Devin Low gives you the inside story behind designing and developing these two decks for the best battles possible.

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