Using secret: the Gathering as well as its principles as base, efofecks along with his friends made some pretty cool decks on the basis of the StarCraft world.
Their fan-made project consist of three 60-card porches (Terran, Zerg and Protoss, demonstrably) plus it’s meant to be played 1v1 with two various decks.
The ready is greatly playtested to ensure any two various porches tend to be, typically, balanced against one another. We've not attempted a 3-player free-for-all game nor a mirror match. Porches are a couple of colors for more powerful identities plus liquid mana bases. We follow MTG’s shade cake, with the exception of infrequent cases where we thought taste flexing had been justified (as well as then we don’t tweak it much). This set was balanced is print-and-play, perhaps not for cube or draft. Rarities don’t indicate something except to signify card complexity (and quite often energy).
Each deck’s design resembles the motif of the particular faction in StarCraft. Terran cards have actually a solid change mechanic, Zerg’s exactly about sacrificing their very own animals, while Protoss features powerful early game defenses and also stronger finishers.