Cryptozoic Entertainment™ Releases the Battle of the Aspects Raid Deck

By Mike Rosenberg

Cryptozoic Entertainment, the premier developer of licensed and original games, and Blizzard Entertainment today expanded the World of Warcraft®Trading Card Game with the release of the Battle of the Aspects Raid Deck. Based on Blizzard Entertainment's award-winning massively multiplayer online role-playing game, the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game brings the action and excitement of the online game to the tabletop, with both at-home and organized play experiences designed for anyone who enjoys World of Warcraft.

Battle of the Aspects wraps up the story of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm and pits you and your friends against Deathwing the Destroyer. Players participating in this epic raid battle will join the dragon aspects as they clash against the mutated black dragon Deathwing and his powerful allies. Aid your battle against the nefarious black dragon with Gifts of the Aspects and increase the challenge of your battles with Cataclysm Mode and Limb Tentacle Mode.

Battle of the Aspects also comes with a 70 card Treasure Pack set, featuring powerful new tools for players to use in their Constructed decks. Harness the power of Thrall the World-Shaman, or transform into Murozond, the Lord of the Infinite. Loot™ cards are randomly inserted into Treasure Packs, and the Treasure Packs are a new chance for players to obtain the rare Wooly White Rhino mount.

The Battle of the Aspects Raid Deck can be purchased at hobby and retail stores for an MSRP of $30.00. Battle of the Aspects Treasure Packs can be purchased for an MSRP of $5.99 per pack. Please visit www.wowtcg.com for more information on Battle of the Aspects and other World of Warcraft Trading Card Game releases.

Rosenfloggen's picture Mike Rosenberg

Mike Rosenberg has been a long-time trading card game fan and an active freelancer in the hobby game industry since 2004. He wrote, editted, and managed web content for Cryptozoic Entertainment from March 2012 until October 2013.