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A New Vampire: The Eternal Struggle Resource

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There are plenty of resources listed at kgs-cards.com, however we feel it's important to add another one...this one. As a distributor and retailer for Vampire: The Eternal Struggle, KGS Cards is frequently asked for advice on how to get started, what sets work well together, and many other topics.  Over the course of the coming months, we hope to create entries to help onboard newcomers and returning players, to give deck-building advice for BCP card pools, and perhaps wax philosophical about the game from time to time.

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