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Regarding Duels of the Planeswalker 2013, I see 25 achievements in Steam. I completed 20 of them, but I can't complete any of the five following though I met the requirements for some. Here's the list:

  • Guildmage (Defeat the Sepulchral Strength deck in the revenge campaign): not done as I don't see the mentioned deck
  • Auramancer (Win a duel controlling at least five Auras): done as I even built a deck specifically to get this achievement
  • Fury of the Horde (Win a duel controlling at least twenty creatures): done as I even had more than 100 with the Goblin deck, and on the same game, I got the Master of the Wild Hunt achievement (Win a duel controlling at least ten creatures) plus the Beast Within one (Win a duel controlling a creature with at least 10 power)
  • Near-Death Experience (Win a duel with exactly 1 life): done as I fulfilled this requirement several times already
  • Insurrection (Win a duel online using an expansion deck): not done as I don't see any expansion in Steam

How can each of these achievements be done?

Thanks!

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Does the game have DLC? Maybe these achievements can only be unlocked if you purchase it? –  Adeese Sep 2 '12 at 23:04
    
That's what I meant by "not done as I don't see any expansion in Steam". –  ogregoire Sep 3 '12 at 2:41

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Each of these achievements can be unblocked as from the Return to Ravnica expansion, as I already did unlock all of them since the expansion was released earlier today.

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The achievements you mentioned can be unlocked dueling ONLINE as I have unlocked Auramancer in an online battle etc. Completing the Expansion Campaign will unlock the Expansion Revenge Campaign. Defeating the final opponent will unlock Guildmage .

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