Battle Spirits CCG: Scars of Battle Starter Deck
Battle Spirits is a fantasy game where players attempt to master the use of their "core" to summon spirits from the different lands of War, Undead, Trees, Ice, and Fairies.
Scars of Battle introduces a new land of Gladiators and Warriors controlled by blue sapphire core. Spirits from this land have access to powerful new nexuses with the power to crush their opponents! This 100+ expansion for the Battle Spirits trading card game is introduced in two unique, 40-card starter deck configurations (Gladiator Beatdown and Sorcerer's Blaze), complete with a play mat and special core tokens, offered in 8-count displays, as well as supplemental, 8-card boosters packed in 32-count displays.
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