World of Warcraft Trading Card Game

Welcome to the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game Database

[edit] Summary

The World of Warcraft Trading Card Game is based on the MMORPG World of Warcraft, created by Blizzard Entertainment. On August 18 2005 Upper Deck Entertainment announced this game will be created, and the game was released on October 25 2006. In March 2010 Blizzard Entertainment took away the licence from Upper Deck Entertainment, and Cryptozoic Entertainment gained the licence on March 24th 2010.

This Trading Card Game is somewhat different from other Trading Card Games in the fact that the game can largely revolve around multiplayer, having both Raids and Battlegrounds it is like a portable World of Warcraft

[edit] Sets

[edit] Normal Edition Sets

  1. Heroes of Azeroth - Released: October 25th, 2006
  2. Through the Dark Portal - Released: April 11th, 2007
  3. Fires of Outland - Released: August 22nd, 2007
  4. March of the Legion - Released: November 21st, 2007
  5. Servants of the Betrayer - Released: April 3rd, 2008
  6. Hunt for Illidan - Released: July 1st, 2008
  7. Drums of War - Released: October 28th, 2008
  8. Drums of War (Starter) - Released: October 28th, 2008
  9. Blood of Gladiators - Released: March 24th, 2009
  10. Fields of Honor - Released: June 30th, 2009
  11. Scourgewar - Released: November 24th, 2009
  12. Scourgewar: Wrathgate - Released: May 25th, 2010

[edit] Raid Edition Sets

  1. Onyxia's Lair - Released: December 6th, 2006
  2. Molten Core - Released: May 30th, 2007
  3. Magtheridon's Lair - Released: January 9th, 2009
  4. Black Temple - Released: September 23rd, 2008
  5. Naxxramas - Released: December 22nd, 2009

[edit] Collector Edition Sets

  1. Feast of Winter Veil - Released: November 14th, 2007
  2. Darkmoon Faire - Released: September 9th, 2008
  3. Arena Grand Melee - Released: May 5th 2009
  4. Death Knight Deluxe Starter - Released: June 16th 2009

[edit] Special Edition Sets

  1. Crafting Redemption

[edit] Starter Packs

Each starter pack contains:

  • A random hero card + 3 oversized random hero cards
  • 33-cards deck customized according to the hero you got
  • 2 Booster Packs (16 cards each)

    A starter pack has everything you need to get you started. You will get a playable deck, and two boosters. Since the deck will be below the minimum requirement for sanctioned play (torunaments) you won't be able to use it in official events until you've got 60 or more cards but that won't be too tough. You will get plenty of cards from the 2 booster packs, that which you can't use can be traded.
  • Editions Hub Index

    Blood of Gladiators.jpg Drums of War.jpg
    Drums of War.jpg Fields of Honor.jpg
    Fires of Outland.jpg The Hunt for Illidan.jpg
    Heroes of Azeroth.jpg March of the Legion.jpg
    Scourgewar.jpg Servants of the Betrayer.jpg
    The Dark Portal.jpg Wrathgate.jpg

    Raid Editions Hub Index

    Black Temple.jpg Magtheridon's Lair.jpg
    Molten Core.jpg Naxxramas.jpg
    Onyxia's Lair.jpg

    Collectors Editions Hub Index

    Arena Grand Melee.jpg Death Knight Deluxe Starter.jpg
    Darkmoon Faire.jpg Feast of Winter Veil.jpg

    Release Quote

    World of Warcraft players are highly invested in the game. A lot of the time, when they’re not playing Warcraft, they’re talking about Warcraft. We wanted to give them a portable way to expand that experience, and play it socially with other people, face-to-face. In addition to that, there’s going to be a lot in the game that non-WoW players who are familiar with TCGs will be interested in. All of the classic elements you’d expect from fantasy lore are going to be in this game.

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