Reddit Reddit reviews Magic the Gathering - MTG: Deck Builders Toolkit

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u/RelevantCardLink · 14 pointsr/magicTCG

You might want to check out Deck Builders Toolkit. It's m13 but you will get plenty of basic lands, and other cards + boosters for 20$. Then you could use the other 20$ on dragon's maze boosters.

u/Dr_ZoidbergHomeowner · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

Here or at WalMart. Check near the collectible cards (will probably be by the registers). Target may have them also but I cannot say for sure. Have fun getting addicted to cardboard!

u/guyincorporated · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

I'm assuming by 30-card starter pack, you're referring to one of those promo decks they give out at cons with commons and uncommons in them and a picture of a planeswalker on the deck box? If so, it's insane to lock into mono-blue just because of that. Especially now that you've purchased an entire box of product. If you're getting hung up about the lack of lands, get them from your friends that keep stomping you, or just head down to the local store and get a bunch for a dollar, or spring for a Deckbuilder's Toolkit.

u/dionos · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

For lands you can just buy a deck builder kit if you are really desperate for them. Or alternately you can buy them for usually 5 - 10 cents each like here.

edit: doing some quick math buying 24 of each land at .10 would be $12.00. At which point I would just pick up a deck builder's kit for $20 that comes with 20 of each land, 4 boosters, and some other random cards. Here is a link to it at amazon. Seems like a better value for the money.

u/darkjedisa · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Go to walmart and buy a deck builders toolkit

It really is a good value and will give you everything you need to make various decks.

If you ever decide to take your game to the next level you may consider playing "standard". This is the format that is most played in magic and consist of cards printed within the current block and the previous one. Right now "standard" decks are only going to have cards printed in "Scars of Mirrodin" Block from last year: Scars of Mirrodin, Mirrodin Besieged, and New Phyrexia. and the present "Inninstrad" Block: Inninstrad, Dark Ascension, and Avacyn Restored - Releases next month

In the summer Wizards releases their yearly "Core" set. With last summers being called M12 - Magic 2012
The Magic: The Gathering game expands every year, introducing new worlds filled with deadly perils, ancient adversaries, and fantastic new adventures. At its center is the Magic core set, the game in its purest form: evocative spells, menacing creatures, and infinite possibilities. But even at its core, the experience is ever-changing. The Magic 2012 core set boldly continues this tradition.

Each cycle normally starts around September so expect Scars of Mirrodin to "cycle" out and for Return to Ravinca to "cycle" in.

Feel free to post here if you have any questions.

u/caffiend2 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

If you are going to start buying cards, I cannot recommend buying a fat pack enough. Having a list of every card in the set is very helpful not only for learning terms, but also for planning card combos. It's the most cost efficient way to get 9 packs of boosters, a spin down life counter die, 100 land cards, and a neat box.

Also, for a staring player, the deck builders tool kit is a nice selection of very useful cards.

u/jawston · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Buy a Deck Builders Tool Kit It's designed for new players looking to get into the game and deck building, it also comes with how to play instructions and tips fold out. Also if you're willing to put the money into it I'd suggest grabbing a Fat Pack, comes with a nice holding case and life counter dice in addition to the cards and lands.

The cards from both will be enough to keep you busy for months.

u/scaramanga1 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Hey dude, I am a newbie myself and after alot of chatter with a store here in the UK they all prety much advised on the 2011 deck builders kit that I got from them I have prety much got a deck of each colour less a few lands but it comes with everything!

So I have just been messing with this and working out what I prefer colour wise a few days in so far and love it!

u/Le_Pyro · 1 pointr/magicTCG

I was planning to get this one, but since you're saying there isn't a 2012 one, should I hold off on it? Would you say just go for the fat pack instead?

u/Rommyappus · 1 pointr/phoenix

The starter decks are a good start but they usually don't have enough cards in them, and too many land. This is a good thing to get as well:

It will have random cards in it from all colors, so he'll be able to tweak and customize the decks to his liking.

And yea.. this can be an expensive hobby.. but it doesn't have to be. If he is able to work I'd say time to get a job if you want more than this!

u/hobbykitjr · 1 pointr/magicTCG
u/snowbucket · 1 pointr/magicTCG

do you have friends who play? usually people who have been playing will have troves of extra cards they dont want. But if you are looking for pre built ones there are those. Also what i find great are thrift stores. I found cards fa dayz there.

but your best bet is the deck builders toolkit
it comes with a bunch of cards and lands to learn how to build your own decks

u/mottom24 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

amazon has em for a bit cheaper than you would find them. But stores like Walmart and target usually have a few. My local card stores don't usually carry them, just fat packs.