Magic: The Gathering – Tactics

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Magic: The Gathering – Tactics is Now Free to Play on Steam!
Magic: The Gathering – Tactics is a free to play, online tactical strategy game set in the rich, Magic: The Gathering Multiverse. Players build their collection of figures and spells from the five colors of Magic and create powerful spellbooks to summon and cast on the digital tabletop.

Modern Magic (the Gathering)

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The rules for the modern format of Magic the Gathering is slightly different from standard.
With the exception of basic land cards, a player’s combined deck and sideboard may not contain more than four of any individual card just like normal.

Decks have to have at least 60 cards from the following series:

  • Eighth Edition
  • Mirrodin
  • Darksteel
  • Fifth Dawn
  • Champions of Kamigawa
  • Betrayers of Kamigawa
  • Saviors of Kamigawa
  • Ninth Edition
  • Ravnica: City of Guilds
  • Guildpact
  • Dissension
  • Coldsnap
  • Time Spiral
  • Planar Chaos
  • Future Sight
  • Tenth Edition
  • Lorwyn
  • Morningtide
  • Shadowmoor
  • Eventide
  • Shards of Alara
  • Conflux
  • Alara Reborn
  • Magic 2010
  • Zendikar
  • Worldwake
  • Rise of the Eldrazi
  • Magic 2011
  • Scars of Mirrodin
  • Mirrodin Besieged
  • New Phyrexia
  • Magic 2012
  • Innistrad (effective September 30, 2011)

Elf Warrior combos

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Im a series of posts im going to explain several combo`s I use in MtG.

In my Magic Online Elf deck is the following combo:

Imperious Perfect allows you to create a new Elf Warrior creature each turn, while Bramblewood Paragon provides trample and +1/+1. When this spell resolves the Obsidian Battle-Axe can be attached to the new creature which gives it +2/+1 and haste. This leads to a 4/3 creature with trample and haste.