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New Adventure Card Game Class Deck releases!
Warpriests are dedicated to slaying foes of their gods wherever they stand. The Warpriest Class Deck, our latest release in the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Class Deck line, features Oloch and 2 other characters who use spells and mighty weapons to crush their enemies. This 109-card accessory provides enough new weapons, spells, and other boons to support your pious war machine through any Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Adventure Path. This deck can also be used in the Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild organized play campaign.
Not interested in playing a Warpriest? No problem, we have 18 additional Class Decks for you to choose from! Grab the Fighter, Alchemist, Witch, or either of our two Goblin Decks: Goblins Fight! and Goblins Burn!.
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