Join Sean “Day” Plott as he plays Magic: The Gathering with actor and creator of Death Saves, Joe Manganiello in the latest episode of Spellslingers!
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in golgari sometimes it's even good to chump-attack ... so if you have a creature that your opponent trades 2 creatures for... you attack ... and you also always attack be4 combat ... after all golgari is part green so you can have combat tricks... the worst that can happen is he takes damage ... the best... he loses 2 creatures and you have a creature more in your graveyard for the 2. main
That was pretty cool. I just started thinking about MTG because of a few friends, I was thinking of building black and green or black and white but if I can get a deck like that one I think I will have some fun.
There was no reason to hold off an attack just because your opponent can block with two creatures and kill it, since you take cares of at least one of them and you get stronger as your graveyard gets bigger
Joe should've swinged with the 1/1 on the 3rd turn and only play the Lurcher in the second main phase potentially dealing another free point of damage or getting 3 more cards in the graveyard making the Lurcher potentially stronger but WHO CARES. Episode was awesome!
I am a teenager, and I just started watching videos of magic. Never heard of it till now but just in this month I became a big fan of magic, I watch spellslinger, the command zone and other channels. I can't really play the game because nobody around me is attracted to this. Is there any way to play magic online with out spending a lot of money?
Sure there is!!! Magic the Gathering Arena is available on pc now, you can download it at https://magic.wizards.com/en/mtgarena.
It is in open beta for free and you never have to pay to play. I recommend doing the starting quests over the first week or so before you craft any cards, as you will get 15 free decks worth of cards when you do the daily quests. You will get about 5 decks to try the first few quests you do, then one more deck each day for 5 days. When you finish the last quest instead of getting one deck you will get the last 5 all at once.
There is also an MTG Arena discord channel you can join where players talk 24/7 and you can get a lot of questions answered or deck building ideas and critiques. Good luck!
as with any nerdy gamer franchise, they love their white dudes, white women, token black dude, and asian women. ignore the asian dudes lmao even tho they kick all ur asses and are the coolest chillest dudes to be around
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