This small expansion offers you two kingdoms that are often very different or even opposite! This time, the new kingdoms that join the fight come from realms above and below the ground!
Angels and Demons. The blessings of heaven descend in the Angel Kingdom deck. Heal your opponents for the power you need, risk lingering wounds in exchange for the most powerful equipment, and conquer the mighty White Dragons!
With the Demon Kingdom, the power of the underworld is in your hands. Nobody wants those pesky demons and their foul magic, so they make the perfect gift for your enemies!
52 kingdom cards, 2 village cards.
- 52 Kingdom Cards
- 2 Village Cards
- 1 Leaflet
This is an expansion of the game that requires Enchanters: Core Box to play. These decks are included in the Ultimate Box.
Estimated Production: Q4 2021
Estimated Delivery: Q1 2022
Good and evil are not as simple as one might think. Sure, Angels will heal, for that is their mission… but they may even heal your opponents. Of course, they don’t do it out of charity… they are simply worth a lot for it. Demons are haunting, like a clingy idea or a bad memory. Pernicious indeed, but should you vanquish one, you could command it to go to your rivals!
This expansion is the first of the dual kingdom deck expansions to go to retail! add Angels and Demons to your kingdoms! Creatures from above and below now lend you their power!
Angels: Pious clerics, iron-clad paladins, and luminous angels. Good deeds bring great rewards. Heal other players and benefit. The Angels Kingdom Deck is all about healing other players to gain benefits. Your opponents’ Wounds become a currency you can spend to advance your efforts.
Demons: Nobody wants those pesky little demons and their foul magic. That’s why they make the best presents for your opponents. Monsters in the Demon Kingdom Deck give negative points, but thankfully you can send them your opponent’s way. Unless, of course, you have a way to benefit from them!
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