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Summoner Wars: Fallen Kingdom Faction Deck

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He is Ret-Talus, the Rotten King, a decayed thing over two thousand years old, and one of the most intelligent creatures ever to exist. He uses his twisted powers to dredge up the dead and force them to continue fighting. No sacrifice is too gruesome for this mad king in his quest for glory!

Will you lead the undead hordes of the Fallen Kingdom, making any fiendish sacrifice necessary, as you wield the dark necrotic arts in pursuit of the subjugation of the world?

This Summoner Wars Faction Deck provides everything you need to play the Fallen Kingdom.
(A Summoner Wars Starter Set or Master Set is also needed to play the game.)

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“The Fallen Kingdom Rises to the Top”

First of all, like the description says above, this expansion requires either a Master Set or Starter Set for Summoner Wars. Assuming you have one of those, you know how the game works, so I’ll jump right to this faction itself.

Of the 16 factions available in Summoner Wars, the Fallen Kingdom is my favorite. This is the faction made up of the undead, necromancers, etc. If you’re a fan of black from Magic: the Gathering, you’ll be right at home here. The Fallen Kingdom revolves around reanimating common units from your discard pile and making sacrifices for powerful benefits. Some units also have the ability to essentially reanimate units they just killed in combat. When played correctly, this faction can generate a massive wave of units that overwhelm your opponent(s). Of course the downside of this is that if you run out of event cards or your opponent has killed a large number of your common units (thus taking them as magic points), your options become much more limited. Even then, the faction isn’t helpless, but it is significantly weaker.

As with all of the factions in the game, the materials are hit and miss. The cards themselves are of high quality, and the character art is quite good, but the repeated use of a close-up of the summoner’s face for all of the event cards gets a little tiresome. Finally, be prepared to print and assemble your own tuckbox for the deck, as there is no storage solution in the package.

Overall, though, this factions is a great addition to a solid game that maintains the game balance while adding to the variety of play styles.


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