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well ive had a look for a long time at people playing at my gaming club7 and i thought i might give the game a try but i dont know which deck to start with any tips?
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The best way to start is to buy the core game. Read through the rules and ask the people at your gaming club to help you out. When your ready to build your own set, get a preconstructed set (preferably 8th ed. ones) and edit it to your needs. Then your on your way.
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a good way to start out is to get a couple basic decks, or even one of the random card 75 decks and just do some battles... then take your best cards of your favorite type and build a deck out of that. so if you really like black, and you ave some good creatures there, you could chackout ur inventory and build a resuraction deck (back from graveyard). or if you have some powerful spells you could build a deck around those spells. the key to magic is to make YOUR OWN DECK!!! pre-made ones are ok... but you need to make ur own if you want to be any good. i have a friend with a killer white/life deck and he also has a nice black/resurection deck, he also has a counterspell deck, and so on.... another good idea is to have a sideboard (like 10 cards you can switch in and out of the deck depending on what type of deck you are facing).
What i meant was to buy a premade 8th deck and play with it first and change it to however you want. Thats what i did.
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i agee it the best way because it has all the colours
use some good colors like red and green. they do a lot of direct damage and you gain life and power up your creatures with green.
the starter box doesnt have black in so if your lookin for a black deck youll have to get the 8th edition black little box thingy
Some people sell premade decks on ebay for pretty decent prices. I can find a few now:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...3190836427&rd=1 White weenie is always a good choice for beginners. Just look around for some cheap common stuff like Raise the Alarm, Bonesplitter, Vulshok gauntlet and most importantly Skullclamp and Auriok Steelshaper and you'll be set. Later on you can trade for Armageddon and other white weenie-friendly low cost spells.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...3191376908&rd=1 Heres another good auction, a little more updated with the recent sets. As you can see i'm an advocate of white decks.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...3191376998&rd=1 Whoa, this deck looks GOOD. If you don't mind shelling out a bit more for this, you can have a serious affinity beatdown deck on your hands here.
If I find anything else nifty looking, I'll add it here.
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Cool Warped that helps a lot. i knew ebay was usefull but i didnt relise it was that usefull lol.
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Don't worry, either buy a deck, unaltered, and slowly play and costomized, till you find your 'groove" or focus on one, and no more than two colors, an one type of strategy. :a
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