Update (3:30 PM, Sunday) – We now have all of the Dragons Exalted scans thanks to Torterra Chips, Charlie H., Matt, Bob The Magical Penguin, Shadowshocker, Andrew P., Ariana C., Agent Spectre, and Joel! Thanks everyone! Also, if anyone has the theme deck lists for the set, please e-mail them to [email protected] Thank you!
We now have over 100 scans of Dragons Exalted! 100% of the cards in our set come from Japan’s BW5 Dragon Blade / Dragon Blast and their theme decks. Click the thumbnails below to enlarge the scans and use your left and right arrow keys to scroll through them like a slideshow.
Dragons Exalted prereleases take place this weekend and next. To find one near you, click here, fill out your information, and then select “Dragons Exalted Prerelease” next to “Premier Event Series.” Attending a prereleases costs $25, you get six booster packs of the set before it’s released (and two more after you finish all the rounds), and you get a holographic Altaria promo and Dragons Exalted deck box. Prereleases are the perfect entry-level event for new players because the tournaments are not meant to be competitive. There’s no prizes, and everyone builds 40-card decks from the booster packs they open to battle other players. The tournaments generally take between three to five hours to complete, including deck building time. For more tips and information about prereleases, you can read over this article on our forums!
Oddly, the artwork used on the Magmortar card below does not match the artwork that was used on the original Japanese card. The English artwork has not been released in Japan either, making it exclusive to us, though it is by the same artist as the original. Maybe it’s because the original artwork depicts Magmortar pointing a “gun” at you? If this is the case (this is just speculation right now), Magmortar may be the first censored card in over a decade.