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Return to Grace Release Kits for a Limited Time

by Dan Hamman, Shipping Manager

21st February 2014

Opaka, Healer

Our latest Second Edition expansion, Return to Grace, will be released on Friday, March 14, 2014! You can help TCC to celebrate this expansion release and make one of your upcoming 2E events spectacular with the requisition of an Return to Grace release kit from the Promenade!

You can schedule your Return to Grace release event any time after Friday, March 21st - one week after its release. Just remember that quantities are limited so requisition your kit earlier rather than later - before we run out of these beautiful foils!

The Release Kit for Return to Grace includes:

  • Five (5) 0VP154 Opaka, Healer (Alternate Image Foil) promo cards
  • Three (3) metal Collectible Skill Badges
  • A certificate for the Tournament Champion

Eligible tournament directors (those that have run at least one (1) event in the past six (6) months), will be able to requisition a Release Kit pass from The Promenande for $15. Once a pass has been obtained, this will allow the tournament director to requisition their Return to Grace kit containing as above for $5, and they will start shipping out immediately.

Note: We have a limited stock of release kits. They are limited to one per person, and when they are gone, they are gone!

Also Note: As an added bonus, several of these Opaka cards were assembled at an actual Monestary in San Diego.

Requisition a Return to Grace release kit, and schedule a release event for your players today! Don't miss this limited time opportunity to celebrate the release of this fun virtual expansion!

 


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