Borrelsword Dragon

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Comments (4)

Badasscreep(26.04.2019 22:29)

Omfg I just 2 borrelswords in one packet
No joke

morv134(04.04.2019 20:18)

Wait for the Mega Tin Reprint.

Raynbeaux(18.03.2019 15:27)

OTK potential card but way too overpriced in my opinion

Chrisbrofistomg(25.08.2018 17:02)

Broken card, another one that you need to win duels

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