Duel Decks: Sorin vs. Tibalt

Sorin Markov is the second Vampire and Lord of Innistrad, created by his Grandfather, Edgar Markov, who thousands of years ago, made a deal with the demon Shilgengar to grant him the secrets of Sangromancer, or blood magic. After performing Edgar’s blood ritual, the power of his new Vampirism ignited Sorin’s Planeswalker spark.

Tibalt is a different story. Tibalt was a less-than-average apprentice Necromancer in Nephalia, after a growing hatred and frustration, he turned his talents to the pain thresholds of living creatures. After a long time of slowly increasing the size of his subjects, which inevitably led to the interest of devils who eventually began to share their sadistic secrets with him. Eventually Tibalt found himself persecuted and unleashed a hateful spell which fused his essence with that of the surrounding devils and struck him with all the suffering he’d ever inflicted. The shock and trauma of this backlash ignited Tibalt’s Planeswalker spark.

Sorin Duel Deck

Sorin Duel Deck

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Tibalt Duel Deck

Tibalt Event Deck

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Here are the Sorin vs Tibalt Duel Decks, to return to the Deck Directory, click here. There are 2 links for each deck, the first is a full-screen add that you can skip in 5 seconds. If for some reason the first link won’t work, the second link is a quick banner advertisement that just shows on top of the page. They both go to the same page but the first link gives me about a 1/3 of a cent whereas the second gives me about a 1/10 of a cent. All it costs you is but an instant of your time.


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