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Bible Battles Trading Card Game

Can you remember Jael's Bravery? Who was Barak? To which nation did King Debir belong? Find out by playing the Bible Battles Trading Card Game! Help King David defend Jerusalem from a horde of Babylonian Chariots, or Emperor Augustus lead massive Roman armies in an assault against the Assyrian Fortress of Assur with the Bible Battles TCG! Bringing the Old Testament to life with over 500 unique cards from six ancient nations, the Bible Battles TCG is introduced in Starter Kits containing Roman and Israelite pre-constructed, 60-card decks, two random, 15-card booster packs, dice, damage counters, and complete rules, as well as supplemental boosters.

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