Magic: The Gathering: Scourge Set Review (pg.2)
Magic: The Gathering: Scourge Set Review (pg.2) - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Gary reviews the Scourge card set for the Magic: the Gathering collectible card game from Wizards of the Coast. - Page 2
Here's the rest of Gary's review of the Scourge card expansion for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.
Huge monsters that don't suck!
Dragons as far as the eye can see.
Lots of ways to get fast mana.
New card powers.
Big packs with only one rare each makes it hard to collect the whole set.
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Magic: The Gathering - Scourge Expansion Powers
LandcyclingDon't like your card? Pay two mana and you can ditch it to draw a land card from your deck. Expensive cards with Landcycling are a great way to load a deck up with heavy hitters, but still keep the mana flowing early in the game.
The Scourge Expansion Bottom LineThe Scourge expansion for Magic: The Gathering packs in more dragons, big monsters and expensive cards than ever. It also adds tons of ways to get the mana you need to pay for the big cards. Elves and goblins can start running for cover now, the big beasts of Magic are coming out to play!
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