Premium Deck Series: Graveborn

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Premium Deck Series: Graveborn
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Set symbol
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Symbol description
A skull
Design team
Dave Humpherys
Development team
Dave Humpherys
Art Director
Release date
November 18, 2011
Themes and mechanics
Reanimation
Keywords and/or ability words
Set size
60
Expansion code
PD3
Premium Deck Series sets
Premium Deck Series: Fire & Lightning Premium Deck Series: Graveborn N/A
Magic: The Gathering chronology
Innistrad Premium Deck Series: Graveborn Dark Ascension

Premium Deck Series: Graveborn is a limited box set that was released November 18, 2011. [1] It is available worldwide in English. It contains an all-foil 60-card deck including 8 rare cards, and comes with a spindown life counter and a foil deck box. The set retails for $34.99 US.

Call Forth the Dead

Last Premium Deck[edit | edit source]

In July 2012 it was confirmed that the Premium Deck Series had been cancelled and that Graveborn was the last set of that product. Despite the strong content of all Premium Decks, this product had not enough public popularity. [2]

Art[edit | edit source]

The following cards feature new artwork.

Deck List[edit | edit source]

Premium Deck Series: Graveborn  
Lands
1 Crystal Vein
1 Ebon Stronghold
1 Polluted Mire
21 Swamp

Creatures
1 Avatar of Woe
1 Blazing Archon
1 Crosis, the Purger
1 Faceless Butcher
2 Hidden Horror
1 Inkwell Leviathan
2 Putrid Imp
1 Sphinx of the Steel Wind
1 Terastodon
1 Twisted Abomination
1 Verdant Force
Enchantments
3 Animate Dead
2 Diabolic Servitude
1 Zombie Infestation

Instants
1 Entomb

Sorceries
2 Buried Alive
1 Cabal Therapy
2 Dread Return
3 Duress
3 Exhume
2 Last Rites
1 Reanimate
2 Sickening Dreams

The rares of this deck are Avatar of Woe, Blazing Archon, Crosis, the Purger, Entomb, Inkwell Leviathan, Sphinx of the Steel Wind (mythic rare), Terastodon and Verdant Force.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Monty Ashley. (June 21, 2011.) "Announcing Premium Deck Series: Graveborn", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast. [dead link]
  2. Premium Deck Series cancelled
  3. Monty Ashley. (November 08, 2011.) "What Animate Dead Says", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast. [dead link]

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