Elemental Clash—Underworld: Fire Pack
The gates have opened: Embark on a perilous journey into the nether realms of the Underworld". Command hordes of mindless undead minions. Summon the mighty and vicious Archdemon to bring terror and destruction upon your foe. Foil your opponent's evil plans with nifty counter-magic and even meddle with the very fabric of space and time to go forth victorious from the epic battles fought in the "Underworld".
Contains 60 non-randomized Fire Element cards which you can use to customize the Starter Decks further or build a new deck altogether.
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