Affinity for MTG

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  1. I feel like too many guides scare away potential paper MTG players but convincing them they need to buy tons of expensive stuff, but I'm here to tell you what you ACTUALLY need to attend a paper MTG event. Yes, there is a TON of awesome gear you can buy to make the experience better, particularly if you plan to play regularly, an we'll go over all of that, but just know that you don't need to break the bank just to go to Friday Night Magic. I hope this is helpful for those of you considering going for the first time! -------------------------------------------- Please support your Local Gaming Store! DCI Number Signup page: Lifetrackers: Buy a pen and notepad for $1-$2! $8 Spindown D20s: (Make sure they are spindowns!) $10+ Digital "Doodle pads": Sleeves: $6-$8 Ultra Pro Eclipse (80-pack): $8-$10 Ultra Pro Eclipse (100-pack): $7-$8 BCW Elite: $9-$11 Dragon Shield Matte: Playmats: $20+ All playmats on Amazon: $10-$15 Max Protection Playmats: Boxes: $1-$3 Ultra Pro Deck Box: (Note: Hard to find these as a single box on Amazon - they are usually sold in multiples. Check your LGS for a single box!) $11-$15 Ultra Pro Satin Tower: $8 BCW LX Box: $20 BCW Commander Locker: $30 BCW Deck Vault: $23-$30 Ultimate Guard Flip'n'Tray: Dice: $8-$11 Austor Dice: (Shop around Amazon for Austor Dice, there are tons of varieties!) $9-$12 Chessex Dice: Bags: Literally any bag you want: $45 Quiver (Purple): $??? Quiver (Black): (Black Quivers seem to be out of production at the moment, but you can check out the page to see what they're all about.) $45-$55 Pirate Lab Card Case: Tokens: Buy tokens at your LGS, or on whatever online MTG retailer you prefer. (TCGplayer recommended!) Card Binders: Unfortunately, I don't have any specific recommendation for binders. Be careful with 3-ring binders though, as they can damage your cards! How to Suvive a Sharknado (just in case): -------------------------------------------- Support this channel by using my Amazon Affiliate link. ANYTHING purchased on Amazon (MTG-related or not) after clicking the link will help me buy equipment to improve the quality of my recordings. It's all so expensive! the Gathering Thank you so much! -------------------------------------------- Subscribe: Twitter: Outro: Jahoda by Djjaner -------------------------------------------- My recording equipment: Microphone (Fifine USB Condenser Mic): Editing Software (Cyberlink Powerdirecter): Headphones (Monoprice): -------------------------------------------- Background music provided by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License This video is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions of the materials used are property of Wizards of the Coast. ©Wizards of the Coast LLC.
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  3. I could have sworn the released an article before Guilds of Ravnica saying the card stock would be improved. I'm definitely in the "I'll believe it when I see it" camp.
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  6. In 2009, NAYA ZOO won the World Championship. Well...sort of. This is a bit less aggressive and a bit more of a beatdown deck, but it could put out tons of power super quick, it could generate card advantage in grindy matches, AND it got to play Lightning Bolt and Path to Exile in STANDARD!
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  8. Some of the cards have crazy designs! Don't know how competitive they are, but they are really weird and I kind of like them.
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  10. You can never escape! Ever! Oh look, slivers.
  11. If a single player has multiple triggered abilities go on the stack, they go on in the order that player chooses. I was actually able to abuse that with Mono-Red Battlecry, which let me stack Battle Cry triggers with creature abilities that put tokens into play on attacking. HOWEVER, I think there is a special circumstance here. Technically Shrieking Affliction won't trigger at all if a player has 4 cards in hand according to The Gatherer. So, IF I'M READING IT CORRECTLY, which I might not be, Shrieking Affliction won't trigger at the beginning of upkeep if the opponent starts with 4 cards regardless. That certainly feels wrong, but it might be some intricacy in how it's worded or something, I don't know. *Shrug*
  12. The "Horizon Canopy" lands are pretty crazy, and Munitions Expert seems pretty good in 8-Whack.
  13. How to upgrade the Jace, Arcane Strategist Planeswalker Deck on a budget. Subscribe:
  14. I love watching GP coverage, but I primarily watch based on the deck match ups and less so for the actual players playing. I'll usually seek out GP coverage videos featuring decks I play to see the lines of play I should be considering when I play the deck myself. So yeah, I definitely enjoy watching the game being played at a high level, and I've learned a lot about the intricacies of gameplay by watching the pros. (Most of which I immediately forget when I actually play myself...) I've tried watching more casual tabletop videos, there is a local gaming store that records its Friday Night Magic tournaments and posts them on Youtube for example, but watching people make play mistake after play mistake gets a little grating. Which, I suppose, is probably why my own MTGO content does so poorly.
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