And now, we see what happens when toddlers get their hands on upcoming L5R product . . .
No toddlers’ legs were crushed in the making of this post. But, seriously, the Emperor Edition starter deck boxes are pretty hefty, and are packaged like they were a board game:
The starter deck box even has those fancy icons with information on play time, number of players, and so forth:
Of course, you might want to actually open that pretty starter box when you get your hands on it. And what might you find inside?
And, should you happen to want to look at the individual starter decks, or what’s inside those . . .
. . . then you’ll have to wait until I bust things open and take more blurry pictures this weekend.
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