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  • Summary: Years ago, a fringe group of mages wanted to push the boundaries of their magical research beyond the moral constraints set by the Holy Empire. In a way, you could say they were the scientists of Ashan. Their first major creations were the orcs and the beastmen, who were quickly recruited toYears ago, a fringe group of mages wanted to push the boundaries of their magical research beyond the moral constraints set by the Holy Empire. In a way, you could say they were the scientists of Ashan. Their first major creations were the orcs and the beastmen, who were quickly recruited to help fight the demons that had escaped Sheogh.

    The war was won, but shortly afterwards the Orcs rebelled against their masters and broke away to form their own tribes. Undeterred, the mages merely turned their attention to new areas of research.
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Might & Magic Duel of Champions - Heart of Nightmares
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  1. Aug 21, 2014
    70
    It would be a shame if Duel of Champions' lack of innovation caused it to slip through the cracks, because though it's stuck in the familiar, its commitment to making card games feel more epic is both fun and commendable.
  2. 70
    The game itself is worth it, as Might & Magic: Duel of Champions is an outstanding collectible card game, but I do get more mileage out of the PC version.
  3. Aug 6, 2014
    60
    In a genre dominated by Hearthstone, Might and Magic's needs to offer much more if it wants to be a worthy opponent.
  4. X-ONE Magazine UK
    Sep 18, 2014
    60
    There's a good trading card game here, even if you need to figure it out solo. [Issue#115, p.87]
  5. Not quite forgettable, thanks to sturdy core concepts, a diverse line-up of cards and some infuriating micro-transactions.
  6. Aug 4, 2014
    50
    On paper it could a nice option for Magic: The Gathering fans, but the business model really drags it into the ground.
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