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Apocalypse Rising Release Kits Now Available

by Dan Hamman, Warehouse Manager

13th November 2020

Founder Leader

Apocalypse Rising is releasing today, Friday, November 13th, and we have release kits to make your first tournaments with these cards a smashing success! These kits can be requisitioned in the Promenade, and doing so will both help The Continuing Committee pay the bills, and make your upcoming 2E events a spectacular one!

These are available to ship immediately, and can be used as prize support at any upcoming Second Edition tournament. 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 Apocalypse Rising includes the following items:

Eligible tournament directors (those that have run at least one (1) event in the past eighteen (18) months), will be able to requisition a Release Kit pass from The Promenade for $15. Once a pass has been obtained, this will allow the tournament director to requisition their Apocalypse Rising kit containing the above for $5, and they will start shipping out immediately. If you are an tournament director outside the US, you'll also need to purchase the international shipping option, so pick up an extra tournament kit as well to save on shipping.

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

Requisition a release kit for Apocalypse Rising 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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