Shivan Dragon

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Closed-Cardmarket-Account-821894(2015-10-06 00:14)

If you play Shivan Dragon, you should definitely get this version. Pumping him up isn't an end of turn ability!

koubiak69(2015-08-10 17:04)

This card exist in T-Chinese Magic 2014 & T-Chinese foil Magic 2014 ?

Regards.

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