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Magic: The Gathering

Magic: The Gathering is a trading card game created by Richard Garfield.

First published in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast, Magic was the first trading card game produced and it continues to thrive, with approximately twenty million players . Magic can be played by two or more players in various formats, which fall into one of two categories: constructed or limited. Limited formats involve players building a deck spontaneously out of a pool of random cards with a minimum deck size of 40 cards. The other major category of formats is constructed. In constructed, players created decks from cards they own, usually 60 cards with no more than 4 of any given card. Magic is played in person with printed cards, or using a deck of virtual cards through the Internet-based '''', or on a smartphone or tablet, or through .

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aquastrand spider is great

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you can post your decks and prototypes to get comments and suggestions from other players. great way to connect

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Here's a great forum to learn how to build an EDH/Commander deck.

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