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Magic The Gathering Duel Deck - Jace vs Vraska ENGLISH


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  • Magic Duel Deck Jace vs Vraska
  • Two ready-to-play 60-card decks
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Item Weight27 g
Product Dimensions13 x 4.4 x 17.8 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Manufacturer referenceWOCA78350
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
  
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Best Sellers Rank 70,529 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight408 g
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Date First Available13 Mar 2014
  
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These ready-to-play 60-card decks showcase some of the best cards in Magic-history. It includes ten rare cards and two mythic rare cards: foil alternative-art versions of Jace, Architect of Thought and Vraska the Unseen. In addition, there are four other cards featuring all-new-network, also a strategy and a "learn to play" guide. Age: 13+

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As everyone says, dual decks are perfect for introducing new people to MTG, but they're also great for having a casual game with anyone, no matter what their level of interest or skill! Dual decks are created to compliment each other well and to balance out each other's strengths and weaknesses. No messing, no agonizing over your sideboard. Just play!
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Great introduction to Magic the Gathering for people who have never played. Ideal holiday game for off weather days, can be played on a relatively small table.
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These decks have proven great to get new people involved in MTG. They seem well balanced against each other, and work well in 3 player FFA etc vs other similar duel decks like Phyrexia vs the Coalition for example.
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By Rin on 6 Oct 2014
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i love these two decks, id recommend them for anyone, also they arrived a day early as well, so kudos to amazon, for the delivery
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Two fun, casual decks and a great value! 14 Mar 2014
By Lucy Cat - Published on Amazon.com
The Jace vs. Vraska is the latest in the series of Duel Decks, where you get two complete, 60-card decks ready to play out of the box. The idea here is that you can buy this one item and have a complete game, without purchasing any additional booster cards or packs. This would be an excellent starting point for someone who wants to see if they might enjoy the game, or if they want to have a set of Magic cards in their game collection. It would also be a very nice set for current Magic players, since there are some seriously nice cards included at this price!

Here’s a look at the two decklists:

Jace Deck
1 Jace, Architect of Thought
1 Aeon Chronicler
1 Æther Adept
1 Æther Figment
1 Archaeomancer
1 Body Double
1 Chronomaton
1 Crosstown Courier
1 Dream Stalker
1 Errant Ephemeron
1 Jace's Mindseeker
1 Jace's Phantasm
2 Krovikan Mist
1 Leyline Phantom
1 Merfolk Wayfinder
1 Phantasmal Bear
1 Phantasmal Dragon
1 Riftwing Cloudskate
1 Sea Gate Oracle
1 Stealer of Secrets
1 Agoraphobia
1 Claustrophobia
1 Control Magic
1 Future Sight
1 Griptide
1 Into the Roil
1 Jace's Ingenuity
1 Memory Lapse
1 Prohibit
1 Ray of Command
1 Remand
1 Spelltwine
1 Summoner's Bane
2 Thought Scour
1 Dread Statuary
2 Halimar Depths
21 Island

Vraska Deck
1 Vraska the Unseen
1 Acidic Slime
1 Corpse Traders
1 Death-Hood Cobra
1 Drooling Groodion
1 Festerhide Boar
2 Gatecreeper Vine
1 Highway Robber
1 Mold Shambler
1 Nekrataal
1 Ohran Viper
1 Oran-Rief Recluse
1 Pulse Tracker
1 Putrid Leech
1 Reaper of the Wilds
1 River Boa
1 Sadistic Augermage
1 Shadow Alley Denizen
1 Slate Street Ruffian
1 Spawnwrithe
1 Stonefare Crocodile
1 Tavern Swindler
1 Vinelasher Kudzu
1 Wight of Precinct Six
1 Consume Strength
1 Grisly Spectacle
1 Hypnotic Cloud
1 Last Kiss
1 Marsh Casualties
1 Night's Whisper
1 Stab Wound
2 Tragic Slip
1 Treasured Find
1 Underworld Connections
9 Forest
1 Golgari Guildgate
1 Rogue's Passage
11 Swamp
2 Tainted Wood

Putting the playability of the decks aside, the current resale price of the individual cards included in this set is about $54.00, making it a tremendous value at around $20 MSRP.

Many/most of the cards in this box set feature new art, commissioned particularly for this package which will appeal to many collectors.

In terms of playability, the decks are well constructed but differ dramatically from typical decks used in tournament play—for example: most tournament decks use multiples of the same card (called a “play set”) in order to guarantee consistency in competitive gameplay. However, for a casual deck, this set will bring lots of fun and variety. There are a few very noteworthy cards included, which have been popping up in competitive gameplay lately:

-Jace, Architect of Thought: obviously, a very strong planeswalker and heavily played card in Standard tournaments presently.
-Body Double: expensive mana cost, but very nice synergy in the Jace deck.
-Remand: currently reselling for just under $20 by itself

If I were purchasing Magic cards as a gift for a completely new player, I would definitely consider this a “best buy” as it would bring that player “into the loop” with current cards that their friends’ are likely to have.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Fall of the Azorius! 18 Mar 2014
By Zacc - Published on Amazon.com
Vraska and Jace are now facing off, Jace for his life and Vraska for revenge on a guild that wronged her. These two decks are decently but somewhat oddly balanced, normally Jace would have the advantage but here Vraska takes charge. Here is a breakdown of both decks and my thoughts on each.

VRASKA THE UNSEEN!
Vraska's deck is built around the idea of kill fast, kill fast and kill even your own for power. Sacrificing your own creatures to get a slight advantage may not appeal everyone and that is fine, Vraska has a few beat sticks that will without a doubt knock your opponent on their butts. There are a few utility creatures, mostly for reach and death touch. Non creature spell wise, we get a myriad of kill spells, discard spells and pay your life for an effect. Vraska herself doesn't care for you. She uses you. Vraska herself is used later in the game and not really for her final ability, she can simply wave her hand and end Jace.

Jace's deck!
Jace is more simplistic to some degree. His deck is about card control and advantage. There are mild discard elements which almost feel out of place until you see his creatures. Jace uses so many utility creatures you will want to shout. Most of his creature work with synergy aspects, each is only as good as the other on the field. Creatures don't matter with Jace though his enchantments and other spells more then make up for his weaker creatures as he is the master of control. Jace himself is powerful but easily handled. His first ability like Vraska gives him some minor protection. While his last ability is astounding. Against Vraskas deck it will be slightly less amazing and that is okay.

All in all I prefer Vraska over Jace. Vraska's deck is so sneaky and cut throat that it fits my play style. Changing these decks up is easy as well. I've already tweaked Vraska's fora more murderous effect. Buy this deck bases only on the price of the included cards. The ffirst review gives a full list. I hope that I have helped in some way and have a good day.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The secondary market singles prices have already corrected. 13 April 2014
By Frosty Cold One - Published on Amazon.com
While the concept of this match seems promising, out of the box these decks don't duel as well as the imagination supposes. Vraska is amusing if you ever get her onto the table, but it rarely happens. The Mono-Blue deck can be gratifying for the pilot if the plan actually comes together, but don't expect that to happen.

Not to worry, you are still getting a few laudable cards when you buy this set. As expected, the initial hype has dissipated and presale prices have dropped, with Future Sight and Body Double losing half or more of their value, and the Duel Deck itself being sold for only $20. Get it now if you want it, as it will be $40+ in a couple of years. Here's a look at the prices as of 4/12/14 (these are averages of the aggregate):

Remand (U) $9.96 [down from an average high of $16]
Jace, Architect of Thought (M) $9.26 [cheaper than non-foil RTR version]
Vraska the Unseen (M) $4.26 [cheaper than non-foil RTR version]
Underworld Connections (R) $1.75
Future Sight (R) $1.29 [high of $4]
Reaper of the Wilds (R) $0.99
Body Double (R) $0.99 [high of $2]
Jace's Phantasm (U) $0.95

If you are in the game for the long haul / for Modern, you can expect this version of Remand to regain its lost value.

Playability (casual): Golgari deck = 4 stars
Value: almost 4 out of 5
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The decks are good enough for premade decks 16 Sep 2014
By Amanda Paust - Published on Amazon.com
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The decks are good enough for premade decks. Generally premade decks are not very good but these are fine. Vraska is better than Jace. I have taken both decks apart and made new ones.
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Foils Very Prone to Warping 26 Mar 2014
By Judah - Published on Amazon.com
Purchased and played with the decks. The second day the foil copies of both Jace and Vraska warped so much the cards were obviously marked -- you could always cut right to them and were obvious when shuffling, to the point where the foils made it awkward to riffle shuffle.

While the decks are fun enough, I feel like I was ripped off on the product, since I can't play either the Jace or the Vraska in any sort of deck I have, not even their own. I have them both under a large heavy dictionary to straighten them out right now, but I'd have much preferred to have non-foil version of these cards I could actually play with. Thus 3 stars -- merely OK. Not sure if dictionary will even work, since they may just re-warp.

This was my first VS type deck purchase, and I've heard all the VS foils are like this. I won't be buying another VS product.
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