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Magic The Gathering: Two-Player Starter Game
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Magic The Gathering: Two-Player Starter Game

Tenth Edition Starter Set

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Ages Players
13+ 2

Manufacturer(s): Hasbro, Wizards of the Coast

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Product Description

The ideal entry point for new players and forming the backbone of constructed tournament play, Magic: The Gathering 10th Edition sets the standard for Magic, featuring some of the best and most popular cards of all-time! This 383-black-bordered card core set is introduced in re-designed 2-Player Starter Games.

Product Information


  • 2 fifteen-card Tenth Edition booster packs
  • 20 assorted basic land cards
  • 1 quick-start insert

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 2 in 1 review

by Evan Ryan
Rip off
August 18, 2008

This "two player starter game" will get you two booster packs of cards (15 cards per pack) and 20 basic land cards (4 for each color) for a total of 50 cards. It's not enough to build one deck let alone two decks and so I can't quite understand how two players could play a game with what's included. I'm assuming it's a cheap attempt to make the consumer buy more of the product so he / she will be able to play.

This product is a discouraging introduction into what is a fun and challenging game. I started with the "Portal" set which was a much better introduction.

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