Olla de la Dualidad

Pot of Duality - 16 versions

Comments (2)

davidrgez(08.05.2015 22:41)

Buena carta para mazos que no necesitan de invocaciones especiales. Muy interesante la verdad.

Zenigan(08.05.2015 00:25)

Carta que sufrió de una especulación brutal, llegando a valer una burrada de dinero, que gracias a sus masivas reediciones por fin se hizo "común" a todo el público. Con la única restricción de no dejarte invocar especial el turno en que decidas usarla, es muy buena en toda baraja para desatascar manos malas, o simplemente buscar la carta clave que tanto necesitas mientras esperas un turno de invocación especial. Recomendable en toda baraja.

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