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Collectable Card Games


4th Edition - Circle of Protection: Blue

5th Edition - Shanodin Dryads
We have a large collection of Magic cards ranging from Alpha to Battle Royale and even some from sets such as Unglued.  Magic: The Gathering is the first collectible card game, created by Richard Garfield and introduced in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast.   Magic is played by two or more players.   Each game represents a battle between wizards, also known as "planeswalkers", who use spells, items, and creatures shown on individual Magic cards to defeat their opponents.   Magic has substantially more cards and more complex rules than many other card games and we have many to suit your gameplay.

Dragon Ball Z - Bulma

Dragon Ball Z - Red Knee Strike
  We have a small collection of Dragon Ball Z trading cards.   The Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game is a trading card game based on the Dragon Ball series created by Akira Toriyama.   The game is produced by Score Entertainment and uses screen captures of the anime to attempt to recreate the famous events and battles seen in the anime.

Pokemon TCG Card:
Chamander from
Japanese Team Rocket

Pokemon TCG Card:
Piplup from
  The Pokemon Trading Card Game is a collectible card game based on the Pokemon video game series.  It was first published in October 1996 by Media Factory in Japan.   In the US, it was initially published by Wizards of the Coast, the company that produces Magic: The Gathering, in December 1998.   Nintendo took over publishing in June 2003.  It is one of Nintendo's last remaining strong links to its heritage as a playing card company.