HeroCard: Orc Wars Sorceress Expansion
The Sorceress's bright and cheerful personality belies a fierce commitment to her people. Her vast magical might is more than equal to the task of protecting them. The Sorceress is best at forcing other players to play cards, and then basing her attacks and blocks off those cards.
A mystical mistress of magic, the Sorceress curses her enemies with baleful spells, then blasts them with arcane fire. The Sorceress deck shines in the hands of players that have the patience and skill to take advantage of her crippling combos.
The Sorceress can be dueled against other HeroCard Expansion card games or added to HeroCard: Orc Wars.
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