How to Play "Magic The Gathering"
"Magic the Gathering" is the original strategy card game based on rpg fantasy elements and published by Wizards of the Coast. Learn how to play "Magic The Gathering" from a certified judge in this free magic cards video series.
"Magic The Gathering" is a collectible card game invented by mathematician Richard Garfield and introduced to the RPG market in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast. Since then, MTG fan base has grown, boasting an astounding 6 million plus players worldwide. A typical game of "Magic The Gathering" is carried out by two or more players, each supplied with their own deck of cards (or library) with which to do battle. Play progresses as magic spells and enchantments are cast, artifacts forged and employed, and a sizeable phantasmagoria of monsters, animals, spirits and men are summoned. The game takes cues from classic role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, but bears closer resemblances to bridge or poker in play. The complex rules and card instructions can challenge even the most avid cardplayer.
In this free "Magic the Gathering" video series, certified DCI judge Tameron Josbeck teaches you how to play the ever-popular "Magic the Gathering" CCG. Tameron covers the different types of cards, tapping mana, setting up the zones, and the various phases of a turn in Magic. You will get an overview of Magic turn sequences, a grasp of basic gameplay and objectives, and one of the "Golden Rules of Magic."
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