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hey grandpa im watching a video about magic! "oh like houdini" no...magic the gathering "you mean the tallguy and the mute"? no they are trading cards... "oh your watching baseball cards!" no its fantasy!!! "your playing fantasy baseball? you shouldn't be gambling billy!" -grandpa marsh
And then you realize how rigged the game is thanks to Mythic Rarity and hidden rarities, and that some uncommons (like Fatal Push) can be more 'uncommon' than some rares. Then calculate in supply restrictions on the cards they know will be popular to artificially drive up demand, and I wouldn't touch the base game with a ten foot pole.
idk awa I mean, both of them are strategy games, more complex than Pokémon. To start off, maybe try a bit of Yu-gi-oh. Once you get used to that kind of strategy, you can play Magic. Or, you could do Magic-the more complex one-or you could start off with Yugioh. I would suggest Magic, though. It’s actually really fun :)
People talking about how much the game cost to buy cards....Do you not realize that people pay $100 + up to $1000 for computer game skins and cards that can be erased at anytime with no trade in value? Magic is amazing I can actually sell my cards for good value, Ive playe dhearthstone for 3 + years and have spent well over $500+ dollars that I cannot get back or sell back to the company. Magic is a Lovely game and worth the investment.
I just started playing bought several bundles and was excited to find some good cards. I sold them and built a standard deck by upgrading a challenger deck in which I have cards of good value that I can still sell to switch decks or invest more money. Amazing game.
When I buy magic cards I am actually excited to open them and know that I can trade and sell things to get things that I need. I hearthstone if I get a crap legendary I have to disenchant for half value no refund of money and cannot craft another legendary. A guy straight up gave me $35 for lyra and I was able to go buy cards to build a deck. This does not happen in most games that you play these days offline or online( definitely not online)
I'm A magic pro and whaching this hurt me seeing how bad there deck are in the the clips! Someone played ancient crab in there deck. BTW for MTG players ancient crab is a 1/5 for 1 generic 2 blue mana It's Bad!!!
As a Magic player...this was quite possibly the cringiest thing I’ve ever seen...and no, I don’t mean the people here not being good at the game was cringy. No, I didn’t mind that. I mean the comparisons and jokes. Cringy. 10,000%.
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