Goblin King Games

3423 East Silver Springs Boulevard, Marion County, FL, United States

Ph: 352-304-5252Email: GKGamesFL@gmail.com


Offering Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Flesh and Blood, Warhammer 40k and Age of Sigmar, various board games and gaming accessories.

Upcoming Tournaments

- 2 - days away

Armory Event

Mon 1st Mar, 8 AM Blitz Event Link

3423 East Silver Springs Boulevard, Marion County, FL, United States

Entry fee - $5.00 per person

*Prize support determined by number of participants*


40 card deck (no more, no less)
11 inventory slots (weapons and equipment)
1 young hero card
2 copies of each unique card allowed
30 minutes per round, best of 1

Deck Construction

A Blitz deck contains exactly 52 cards, being:

40 cards you will shuffle up and start the game with in your deck zone.
11 inventory cards (weapons and equipment) you will choose from during start of game procedure (see below).
1 young hero card you play as!
A deck may contain up to 2 copies of each unique card. A card is unique if it has a different card name or pitch value from any other card. (e.g. Sink Below pitch {r} is unique from Sink Below pitch {r}{r}{r}. You can have up to 2 copies of each version of Sink Below in your deck.)

A deck may only contain Generic cards and cards with the same class as your hero card. A deck must also comply with the Blitz card legality policy for official play.

Start of Game Procedure

Both players reveal their hero card, then;
A random method is used to determine who chooses to play first, then;
Both players choose the equipment and weapons (chosen from their 11 card inventory) they will use for this game, then;
Both players shuffle and present their 40 card deck to the opponent for final shuffle and/or cut.
Both players reveal the weapon(s) and equipment they have chosen for this game, draw cards up to their hero's intellect, and begin the first turn of the game.

End of Match Procedure

When time is called in the round and a winner of the current game is yet to be determined, the turn player completes their turn, then 3 additional turns (in total between both players) are played. At the conclusion of the additional turns, if the winner of the game has not been determined, the current game is a draw.