Magic: The Gathering Discussion

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mrhillz, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. mrhillz

    mrhillz Changed his user title. TFW2005 Supporter

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    This really wouldn't fit in the video games & technology forum simply because it's a tabletop game. I got back into playing this, after 10 years of absence, to find it's a whole different game than when I quit. I do admit that I've played the duels of the planeswalkers, I bought all 3 on steam when they came out, but didn't have anyone to play with in real life, until I moved in with my current roomates a few months ago. So, does anyone play?

    The current decks I have-

    The Avacyn Red/Black intro deck that I've tuned for multiplayer.
    The Mono green poison counter event deck.

    Under construction- mono red goblin deck , mono white soldier deck.
     
  2. TheDemonDzko

    TheDemonDzko °-{[●□●]}-° {Beep. Boop.)

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    I'm Running a Mono-White Artifact Deck (Heavy Myr.)
    A Mono-Green with some Lawnmower Elves out the arse
    and a Blue-White Mill deck with a healing subtype.
     
  3. Eigo Risu

    Eigo Risu Less than meets the eye

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    Ebay:
    green snake token deck. lots of snakes, very quickly, with some all-snakes-get-x buffs.

    I never get to play anymore as I too don't know any casual players outside of some local-ish FNM where, due to my lack of experience (and only having the one legacy deck), I always get my ass handed to me. also i am cheap, hence not getting another deck.

    I'd love to be able to play and have fun casually, but the FNMs are a bit hardcore for me. anyone have any experience with magic online? how is it for a casual player who doesn't want want to spend too much on cards?
     

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