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World of Warcraft TCG 2011 Fall Class Starter Decks Released



Irvine, CA. December 6, 2012 – Cryptozoic Entertainment today announced the release of the 2011 Fall Class Starter Decks for the World of Warcraft® Trading Card Game which is based on Blizzard Entertainment’s award-winning massively multiplayer online role-playing game. These new Class Starter Decks build on the successful launch of Wave 1 in Spring 2011 and include 13 additional reprints of popular rare and epic cards from recent sets.

The 2011 Fall Class Starter Decks allow players to pick the race and class combination of their choice from a range of options. Each deck comes with everything a new player needs to start playing immediately. Released in this set are five new Alliance decks and five new Horde decks: Worgen Rogue, Human Death Knight, Dwarf Warrior, Gnome Warlock, Draenei Shaman, Blood Elf Paladin, Undead Priest, Goblin Mage, Troll Hunter, and Tauren Druid. Each includes an exclusive gameplay hero card found only in these decks.

Each deck will include 60 ready-to-play cards, a rulebook, a 19-card booster pack and a random Loot™ card that provides cosmetic items for World of Warcraft online characters. The Loot cards that can be found include Slashdance, Kiting!, and Spectral Kitten. Also included in all Fall Class Starters is a free pack of War of the Elements, giving players a second chance to crack open Loot, including the Savage Raptor mount.

2011 Fall Class Starter Decks can be purchased at your local retail hobby store or ordered online at the Cryptozoic Entertainment E-store for an MSRP of $10.99 per pack. Remember to check out for the latest up-to-date information about products and events for the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game.


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