That moment where you’ve battled your way through a dungeon full of orks, traps, man-eating spiders, and cursed passways to find the treasure trove of shiny goodness has finally transfered to your search for 3.5 books. Wizards, following on the footsteps of their AD&D reprint editions, have released the original Player’s Handbook, Monster Manual, and Game Master’s Guide from 3.5, updated with remastered artwork and covers. These limited editon versions are unaltered from their original presentation, so instead of tracking original copies down, get yourself brand spanking new ones.
You’ve waited and waited. You’ve heard rumors from Gen Con. Now the wait is over. Netrunner is here. An updated version of the original CCG, Netrunner from Fantasy Flight adapts the original rules to Fantasy Flight‘s winning LCG format. Players still take on the role of either a Runner or a Corporation in a head-to-head battle of techno-warfare.
It’s that time of year where the Duel Decks rain from the clouds to bring expensive cards and playable decks to all the good girls and boys. Izzet vs. Golgari is what’s up this time around, with Golgari becoming playable in standard after Return to Ravnica drops. Other cards in the two decks will be playable, too, while also earning you your money back on the purchase. And if your a player who’s just starting out with Magic the Gathering, the Duel Decks are always perfect places to start building your collection and honning your skills.