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Magic the Gathering 2015 Deck Builders Tool Kit £14.99 @ Amazon

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everything ready for your own magic the gathering deck, you can build several decks with this! watch this video if you want to know how big this game is! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plr81gaUI…
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A great place to start.

You could use these to create a 'sealed' event between friends.... Everyone buys one, you get together and open them at the same time, build the best deck you can in a time limit of say 30 mins and then play.

Most of the cards in this box are about to rotate out of standard play, which is why the price is low.

Matt


im sure its okay to use to play for fun.. most people have no intention of tournament play
A great place to start.

You could use these to create a 'sealed' event between friends.... Everyone buys one, you get together and open them at the same time, build the best deck you can in a time limit of say 30 mins and then play.

Most of the cards in this box are about to rotate out of standard play, which is why the price is low.

Matt
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Magic is more expensive than a crack addiction, just say no
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Crawley_Electronics
Where do the screws go then?
its a trading card game.
Really?

lmao irl, made my day thanks.
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Magic The Gathering - Dragon's Maze Booster Pack - £2.00 for today only! Usually £3.25 @ Magic Madhouse

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Not sure how popular MTG is with the masses, but for anyone interested this is a very good price for a booster pack. They usually range between £3.00 and £3.99 in most stores, so to find a pack for £2…
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Magic 2014 — Duels of the Planeswalkers PC Edition £3.49 @ Steam

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For all you MTG fans out there Reduced to £3.49 until 30-Jun-2014 Ignite your spark with Magic 2014 — Duels of the Planeswalkers! With over 12 million fans, discover what makes Magic: The Gather…
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I was thinking of buying this when it was £1.74

I have no idea how to play magic the gathering, is this game a good intro to someone new?

If you're new to MTG (Magic: The Gathering), you can play the "Tutorial", both in the "Help and Options" menu. You can
also access the "Tutorial" levels at the beginning of the game.

If you find yourself struggling, whether with a certain deck or just in general, you can try decreasing the difficulty level. That way, you can more easily unlock the cards you need to improve your deck (and, on "Mage" [Easy] difficulty, get hints about how to play more strategically). Then once you feel that you've got your deck figured out and configured the way you want it, try turning the difficulty level back up and see how you fare against more challenging opponents.

When building a deck, try to keep your card count close to the minimum of 60 cards. The more cards you have in your deck, the less chance that you will draw the ones you need in a timely manner.

Try to keep a good balance in your deck between creatures and other types of spells. While creatures are usually very important in that they help you damage your opponent as well as defend yourself, they won't always be enough to help you deal with the threats that your opponents throw at you. The right non-creature spells can help you get your best creatures out faster, help out your own creatures, or take out your opponent's creatures so that your own creatures don't have to do all
of the heavy lifting.

Try this: Your text here
I was thinking of buying this when it was £1.74

I have no idea how to play magic the gathering, is this game a good intro to someone new?
Its being £1.74 a few times i picked it up a 3 weeks ago in a midweek sale
teddy1590
Bought it cheaper in a flash sale a few days ago. Think it was £1.74, not really sure. Don't buy it now, may be in a flash sale again before the end. If it's not, buy it June 30th.

Remember, don't buy anything in a Steam sale unless it's a daily/flash/community choice deal, or the last day of the sale.

Thanks for the heads up
Bought it cheaper in a flash sale a few days ago. Think it was £1.74, not really sure. Don't buy it now, may be in a flash sale again before the end. If it's not, buy it June 30th.

Remember, don't buy anything in a Steam sale unless it's a daily/flash/community choice deal, or the last day of the sale.
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Magic: The Gathering (MTG) Deckbuilders Toolkit core 2014 + Free Booster pack £15.45 @ chaoscards.com

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Use code SPOILER for free booster pack. Good price on this to start out, reviews suggest you get more than enough cards to make/vary a couple of decks. The toolkit includes 4 boosters which sell…
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BlockEight
Thanks OP - literally picked up a MTG card for the first time this week when I purchased an Intro Pack. I've ordered this so I can start to build up a deck to play with.

Thanks for commenting, I know this is a few weeks old now. I (like you) am fresh to the game - found out a few of my mates have been playing it regularly for literally years and started playing with them. They set me up with a few cards but told me to buy one of these as it is a good place to start. It is. It's an excellent place to start. £15 is the usual price but getting a free booster pack is a definite bonus.

Having played with a mild addiction since I purchased this, with an unquenchable urge to expand my collection, I have another recommendation for you (especially if you are starting out with a friend or two):

http://www.chaoscards.co.uk/magic-the-gathering-c71/duel-decks-c76/magic-the-gathering-duel-deck-izzet-vs-golgari-p18236

Obviously deck-building is part of the fun, but we found that whilst we are learning we are more interested in playing the game and learning the strategy and effects of various cards and combinations of cards, when we started with the deckbuilders toolkit it was a lot of work trying to understand what to combine into a deck.

For £18 here (you can buy it from wherever you like, magicmadhouse is also a good website) you buy a pack that contains two prebuilt decks. They are perfect for dualing (hence the name dual deck) and are litterally just pick up and play. They are very different, one is a black deck which is all about graveyard shenanigans (putting creatures into your graveyard and dredging them or using abilities based on 'number of creatures in your graveyard). The other is a red/blue deck. It's got some good multicoloured creatures and clever artifacts and instants.

They play well together, for now i have the black, and my friend the red, but you learn a lot about gameplay from these two decks, they cover a lot of abilities/rules. You also get a shiny in each (if that's your thing).

If you are paying £15 for a wodge of cards from the toolkit, its definitely worth a tenner each with a friend for a ready to play deck - the cards are actually worth that as well. You get several rares and uncommons which sell collectively for the bulk of the cost of the deck (not that you would sell - im just saying its not a rip-off). With selections like these available quite cheap, boosters are a poor choice for expanding your collection.

Me and my friend also bought an event deck each, but they are more expensive and i love playing with the dualdecks much much more.

Hope this helps, im really enjoying playing, and since we bought this dualdeck it has only gotten more fun (and complicated/satisfying!)

Enjoy :)

P.s. If you DO buy the dualdeck with a friend, choose black!! Loads of fun!
BlockEight
Thanks OP - literally picked up a MTG card for the first time this week when I purchased an Intro Pack. I've ordered this so I can start to build up a deck to play with.

Thanks for commenting, I know this is a few weeks old now. I (like you) am fresh to the game - found out a few of my mates have been playing it regularly for literally years and started playing with them. They set me up with a few cards but told me to buy one of these as it is a good place to start. It is. It's an excellent place to start. £15 is the usual price but getting a free booster pack is a definite bonus.

Having played with a mild addiction since I purchased this, with an unquenchable urge to expand my collection, I have another recommendation for you (especially if you are starting out with a friend or two):

http://www.chaoscards.co.uk/magic-the-gathering-c71/duel-decks-c76/magic-the-gathering-duel-deck-izzet-vs-golgari-p18236

Obviously deck-building is part of the fun, but we found that whilst we are learning we are more interested in playing the game and learning the strategy and effects of various cards and combinations of cards, when we started with the deckbuilders toolkit it was a lot of work trying to understand what to combine into a deck.

For £18 here (you can buy it from wherever you like, magicmadhouse is also a good website) you buy a pack that contains two prebuilt decks. They are perfect for dualing (hence the name dual deck) and are litterally just pick up and play. They are very different, one is a black deck which is all about graveyard shenanigans (putting creatures into your graveyard and dredging them or using abilities based on 'number of creatures in your graveyard). The other is a red/blue deck. It's got some good multicoloured creatures and clever artifacts and instants.

They play well together, for now i have the black, and my friend the red, but you learn a lot about gameplay from these two decks, they cover a lot of abilities/rules. You also get a shiny in each (if that's your thing).

If you are paying £15 for a wodge of cards from the toolkit, its definitely worth a tenner each with a friend for a ready to play deck - the cards are actually worth that as well. You get several rares and uncommons which sell collectively for the bulk of the cost of the deck (not that you would sell - im just saying its not a rip-off). With selections like these available quite cheap, boosters are a poor choice for expanding your collection.

Me and my friend also bought an event deck each, but they are more expensive and i love playing with the dualdecks much much more.

Hope this helps, im really enjoying playing, and since we bought this dualdeck it has only gotten more fun (and complicated/satisfying!)

Enjoy :)
Thanks OP - literally picked up a MTG card for the first time this week when I purchased an Intro Pack. I've ordered this so I can start to build up a deck to play with.
not played MTG in years still got my old cards, Only need 20 or so to complete my Alpha all bar one of the power nine still got my Alpha Ancestral Recall
coathanger
Love it!

I tend to buy all my magic from http://www.ukmagictricks.com where I've just bought the limited edition Haunted set.

Flaming Galah!