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Limited

In “Limited” tournaments, players construct decks using booster packs plus any additional basic lands of their choice. The decks in Limited tournaments must be a minimum of forty cards. All unused cards function as the sideboard. In contrast to “Constructed” tournaments, the player is not restricted to exchange cards on a one-for-one basis when sideboarding, so long as the player adheres to the forty card minimum. The rule that a player may use only four copies of any given card does not apply.

Khans of Tarkir Set Review with Rashad Miller, TheMagicManSam, and Spruke!
3 years ago

Khans of Tarkir Set Review with Rashad Miller, TheMagicManSam, and Spruke!

Please follow the fine gentlemen who helped me review Khans of Tarkir!

@RashadMiller

TheMagicManSam

Spruke

Drafting M15 with SPRUKE
3 years ago

Drafting M15 with SPRUKE

This week I had the pleasure of having Bill Boulden hang out and draft some M15 with me. We talk Tha Gatherin’, the magic community, and what it’s like to …
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Having fun with your friends is more important than winning.
3 years ago

Having fun with your friends is more important than winning.

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Sometimes I forget that Magic is a game. Sometimes I spike out and get obsessed with winning every single game, every match, every tournament. I am very used to success …
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Cory_Drafts – Born of the Gods ft. TheMagicManSam!
4 years ago

Cory_Drafts – Born of the Gods ft. TheMagicManSam!

I am very pleased to present to you a draft with Sam of TheMagicManSam. Please check out his YouTube channel for some excellent videos about Magic: the Gathering.

 


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The Rogue Cube
4 years ago

The Rogue Cube

Ahoy there reader! Today is a very special day on the seven seas. We’ve been asked to provide card choices for the Rogue Cube over at RogueDeckBuilder.com. A vast ocean …
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Born of the Gods – Set Review – Green
4 years ago

Born of the Gods – Set Review – Green

Hello again magic fans! It’s been a long time and I’ve been very busy, but I thought I’d pop in and give you my thoughts on how green will play …
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