Elemental Clash: Fat Pack
This pack contains all 60 Basic Set Cards, 3 of each Creature and Spell cards plus an additional 48 Basic Element Stones of each of the 4 Elements. So you get a total of 216 cards which you can use to customize the Starter Decks further or build lots of all new, custom decks. The "Fat Pack" will be packaged in a shrink wrapped 1 Piece Game Box, with rules booklet. Additionally, The "Fat Pack" contains one full color Player Aid Mat where players place all their cards during play. This pack is especially designed for players who want to have a card pool of all available Basic-Set cards to build custom decks right away.
In ancient times long gone by, when the veil between the world of the humans and the realm of magic was thinner, almighty wizards battled each other in epic duels to determine who was the master of sorcery and arcane wisdom. Armed with a Spell book and with the aid of the enchanted Element-Stones, the sorcerers summoned fantastic Creatures and magical Spells. A wizard who had no more pages left in his Spell book would eventually have lost the magical battle of wits.
The aim of the game is to reduce the cards in your opponent's card-deck (or Spell book) to zero by using the Spells and Creatures in your Spell book. Players take turns that always follow the same structure. For each point of damage a Player receives through Creatures or Spells, he or she puts the top card of his or her deck on his or her Discard Pile. If a player unable to draw a card, he or she loses immediately.
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