Dragon Shield: 1: Untitled: Book 1
About this deal
If style is the name of your game, then there’s no better option than the Art Style sleeves, featuring dragon art especially commissioned by Dragonshield. They come in three different backs – Classic, Matte, and Brushed, but this review will be focused on the latter. A dragonfire shield is an upgraded anti-dragon shield, and one of the best shields in the game behind the elysian spirit shield and Dinh's bulwark.
Whether you’re a mash shuffler or a heathen riffler, you can’t argue that shuffling cards in these sleeves feel great. Although it’s titled “matte,” the back is actually different from their Standard Matte sleeves and leans closer toward a more refined texture.Just like the Beholder we have adopted as our mascot, we have both depth and width of geeky topics we cover. A dragon sq shield can be combined with a dragon sq shield ornament kit to make a gold-trimmed dragon sq shield (g).
In case you still don’t have your mind made up, here is a quick pros and cons list summarizing everything you need to know about the Dragon Shield Dual Matte lineup.Both sleeves seal nicely around standard-sized cards (such as those used in Magic: The Gathering) with a tiny bit of wiggle room inside the sleeves – Dragon Shield products have long been a notoriously tight fit when double-sleeved, for better and worse. One of them is Dragon Shield, who is lauded among the community for producing sleeves that are “tough as scales,” while being cheaper than actual mythical objects. Outside of this, the Dual Matte sleeves have the same features and quality you’d expect from Dragon Shield.