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Magic The Gathering: Two-Player Starter Game

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.

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Product Information

Contents:

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

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Average Rating: 2 in 1 review


 
 
 
 
 
by Evan Ryan
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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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