Warlord: Plane of Secrets Battle Pack Display
The Plane of Secrets, land of the surreal, secretive & forgotten. Home to an almost 800-year-old wizard, an escaped apprentice, a doppleganger, an abandoned god, knowledge without bound & a mirror civilization more advanced than the original.While Eternal Emperor works to open a portal to the plane that he can control, all of Larisnar fights for its own way in or to stop him.From monsters that grant your most obtainable desire with no strings attached to creatures thought to live only in dreams & nightmares, the Plane welcomes all... and in the background of the rituals, Malrog's last chance unfolds.
This monstrous expansion for the Warlord CCG is introduced in 25-card Battle Packs offered in 16-count displays.
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