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Avacyn Restored intro packs

Wizards of the Coast's upcoming expert Magic: the Gathering expansion set Avacyn Restored won't hit store shelves until May 4, 2012, however you don't have to wait that long to get a sneak peak of the five new Avacyn Restored intro packs.

Avacyn Restored intro packs
Avacyn Restored intro packs
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Avacyn Angel of Hope art
Avacyn Angel of Hope art
Wizards of the Coast

4/26 Update:
Fiery Dawn decklist and review
Bound by Strength decklist and review
Slaughterhouse decklist and review
Angelic Might decklist and review
Solitary Fiends decklist and review

Angelic Might is a white and green deck that comes bundled with Seraph Sanctuary and a premium foil Herald of War.

Solitary Fiends is a blue and black deck that comes bundled with Demonic Rising and a premium foil Lone Revenant.

Slaughterhouse is a black and red deck that comes bundled with Demonlord of Ashmouth and a premium foil Harvester of Souls.

Fiery Dawn is a red and white deck that comes bundled with Cathar's Crusade and a premium foil Zealous Conscripts.

Bound by Strength is a green and blue deck that comes bundled with Deadeye Navigator and a premium foil Wolfir Silverheart.

All five Avacyn Restored intro packs contain a full 60 card deck, how to play insert, and an additional Avacyn Restored booster pack for an msrp of $12.99 USD.

Avacyn Restored will have a prerelease on April 28-29, 2012 and a release date of May 4, 2012.

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