First new deck list revealed for Magic: Duals of the Planeswalkers 2012

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If you are a Magic the Gathering fan, you probably checked out the quite excellent (and commercially successful) Magic the Gathering: Duals of the Planeswalkers on Xbox 360, Steam or PSN.

It was no surprise that there was a sequel announced, but for Magic fans wanting more, a new list of cards for a new deck has been unveiled.

According to the press release, players will be able to get their hands on with Magic 2012:

Kiora Atua
Kiora Atua is a beautiful female merfolk who commands the powers of the tides and depths. She is outwardly calm and collected but has an intense, wild look in her eye. Kiora venerates the huge, ancient creatures of the sea – krakens, leviathans, and other denizens of the deep – because for her they are evidence that even the most persistent forces can be endured: time, water, and predation. Kiora seems calm and wise, but her dreams are dark and bizarre beyond imagining.

Deck List

2 Kraken Hatchling
4 Explore
4 Coiling Oracle
1 Treasure Hunt
3 Cultivate
1 Compulsive Research
2 Explosive Vegetation
2 Ondu Giant
2 Giant Octopus
1 Elvish Piper
1 Polymorph
3 Aether Mutation
2 Tidings
1 Isleback Spawn
1 Tidal Kraken
2 Simic Sky Swallower
1 Lorthos, the Tidemaker
1 Yavimaya’s Embrace
1 Kozilek, Butcher of Truth
11 Island
14 Forest



What do Magic the Gathering fans think of this deck? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • I think the deck's interesting, but while I bought and played the game for my 360, I didn't love it. I really missed true deck editing instead of having a premade deck where you can just add a handful of won cards to it.

  • I think the deck's interesting, but while I bought and played the game for my 360, I didn't love it. I really missed true deck editing instead of having a premade deck where you can just add a handful of won cards to it.

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