Tag: legacy

Magic The Gathering: Opening 3x Rivals of Ixalan Booster Packs!

Hey guys Mtgdecksforfun here, and today we are going to open up some Rivals of Ixalan. So, I figured id open some on my birthday. So, we have enter the unknown, skymarcher aspirant, majestic helioptres and path of discovery. It is a 4 drop enchantment whenever a creature enters the battlefield under your control it…

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WIZARD 30 Jahre Defenders Of Metal, Band-Dokumentation Trailer

WIZARD 30 years Defenders Of Metal WIZARD has grown out of a friendship. Everybody thought we were crazy, that we wouldn’t take things seriously and that we party all the time. I think that’s what people still say about us. It’s an experience that only a few others can have. At first I started with…

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CGRundertow LEGACY OF THE WIZARD for NES Video Game Review

Back in my review of Castlequest, I used the Legend of Zelda as a kind of yardstick for world size, based on number of screens. The overworld map in Zelda: 128 screens. The castle in Castlequest: 200 screens. And not to be outdone, Legacy of the Wizard clocks in at an immense 256 screens, 16…

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Magic The Gathering: Rite Aid Three Pack w/ Promo Foil Card Opening/Unboxing: ohh, Shiny!

Hey guys MtgDecksForFun here and today we’re going to open an uh, like Rite-Aid three pack things, this one has, the Bristling Hydra on the top, from Kaladesh I believe, it was either this one or one that had Dragons Maze in it, and I didn’t want to get dragons maze. Alright, so we have…

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Tolarian Winds: Pauper comes to Paper! A Magic: The Gathering vlog

Huh, so these are clear, but also matte? Dragon Shield mattes that are transparent very interest- oh, hello! You know, my very first ‘Tolarian Winds’ was a call to grow the garden that is Pauper: the best budget the best budget format in Magic: the Gathering Pauper is a format I have covered extensively over…

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MTG – Is it worth it to buy a Starter Set for Magic: The Gathering? No.

Many Magic the Gathering players ask the question; is it worth it to buy a Starter Set? Starter Sets consist of two welcome decks, which are the free 30 card sample decks that local game stores give out for free to new players. They also contain two spin-down die. Here, the price for these two…

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MTG – Is it worth it to buy a Signature Spellbook: Jace? A Magic The Gathering product Review

[Music] many Magic the Gathering players ask the question is it worth it to buy a signature spell book Jase a brand new product line from Wizards of the coast signature spell books are an experimental replacement of the decade long from the vault series while similar in premise containing a selection of singles reprinted…

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MTG – Is it worth it to buy an Ixalan Deck Builder’s Toolkit for Magic: The Gathering?

Many Magic the Gathering players ask the question is it worth it to buy a deck builders toolkit because so many, many Magic the Gathering players recommend them as a starting point but just how perfect a product are these for prospective new players do they hold the tools to build your first magic the…

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MTG – Intermediate Cube Construction – A Guide For Developing Magic: The Gathering Cubes

[TCC intro music] THE PROFESSOR: Intermediate Magic: the Gathering Cube Construction: A guide to better and more affordable Cube development. So you have started to Cube and are now looking for ways to make that Cube better. We’re here to help! There are a lot of different ways to go about building a Cube. This…

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MTG – Is it worth it to buy Eternal Masters for Magic: The Gathering?

Many Magic: The Gathering Players ask the question…is it worth it to buy eternal masters? Eternal Masters is the newest in the now recurring line of special summer sets: Magic sets printed outside of the standard block structure, and typically with the intent or allure of powerful reprints. Eternal Masters follows in the footstep of…

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