Yesterday, Wizards of the Coast announced the launch of the fourth expansion for their latest TCG, Kaijudo – Dragonstrike Infernus. And with that comes the first Set Premiere happening today. Take the jump for more on that and the set.

First off, the official announcement, from Wizards, about the set release and the first premiere, which is today.

The battle continues with Kaijudo – Dragonstrike Infernus! Wizards of the Coast announced the release of the fourth expansion set in the Kaijudo trading card game. With Kaijudo – Dragonstrike Infernus, duelists get a chance to enter the battle zone against huge dragons with never before seen abilities!

Players can test out their new decks alongside fellow duelists starting today, Saturday, March 16, which will mark the first official Kaijudo Set Premiere at local participating game stores – it’s a celebration that you won’t want to miss! Players will have the chance to earn awesome promo cards while dueling in a league environment. Kaijudo Set Premieres are in-store celebrations that take place the first Saturday after a Kaijudo expansion set releases. These free, casual events are open to fans of any level, and players are encouraged to bring a friend. To find a store near you, visit

And a chunk of information about the new set, including where you can go to get further info and find other people to play with.

The expansion set contains 60 new cards with representation from all five civilizations, allowing players to truly customize their decks. Each Dragonstrike Infernus booster pack (MSRP $3.99) contains nine cards plus a unique code card that unlocks cool creatures from the Kaijudo Online game. On top of that, these new creatures will be featured in the Kaijudo TV series that airs Saturdays on The Hub TV Network in the US and Teletoon in Canada.

To find out where you can buy Kaijudo – Dragonstrike Infernus and other Kaijudo products, visit the Store Locator page at:

For more information, news and updates on Kaijudo, including the new Kaijudo League, visit us at,, or on YouTube or follow us on Twitter (@Wizards_Kaijudo) or Google+.

Honestly, if this is anything like Magic, which from my experience it is, then this is the best time to not only get in on the game, but just have fun playing in a tournament. Everyone else will be just as confused as you by all the shiny new cards and releases and pre-releases are just a blast.

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  1. March 16, 2013 at 8:18 am — Reply

    I’ve played this. It’s a lame attempt by WotC to get kids who don’t play Magic. I guess there is a show to tie into this product.

  2. Ricco
    March 16, 2013 at 10:42 am — Reply

    Of all the new TCG systems I have checked out only Vanguard seems promising, simple rules to learn hard to master, balanced “lvl up” mechanics and resource limitation (think of it as playing with a set number of mana, no less no more).

    Kajudo and Battle Spirits are either too limiting in it’s play style or too limiting in resource management.

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