Pre-Orders open for WarGreymon Playmat for Digimon Card Game


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Sep 8, 2006

Ordering time for the playmat!

About a month ago they announced the WarGreymon playmat for the Digimon Card Game.

When first announced, they said the first wave of pre-orders and shipments would be at the Large Tamer Exchange Meeting, which it was. It was shown off at the accompanying livestream, which is still archived so you can watch it and get a look at the mat if you want (they show it a decent amount close up, so if you are considering buying it, highly recommended to take a look.)

Pre-orders have finally begun at Premium Bandai though.

The playmat features WarGreymon art that was used on his first card in the Digimon Card Game (from Starter Deck 1) with a firey and digital motif.

The mat measures roughly 13.8 x 19.7 inches and is made of polyster and rubber.

It's currently up to pre-order on Premium Bandai for 3,300 yen. Pre-orders close on March 7th and it ships in June.

If Premium Bandai US adds it we'll update with any relevant links and information.

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