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How to Build Your First Magic Deck
 
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This guide walks you through where to start when you want to build a deck, how to tweak, and what guidelines you should stick to. How to Play Magic: The Gathering: https://youtu.be/RZyXU1L3JXk Ways to Play Magic: The Gathering: https://youtu.be/9UccjGQJ1lM What is Magic: The Gathering: https://youtu.be/w0lMcAdXopg
Views: 403101 Magic: The Gathering
Tolarian Tutor: Deck Archetypes - Aggro, Control, Combo - A Magic: The Gathering Study Guide
 
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Learn to improve your MTG gameplay with these videos: Tolarian Tutor - Mulligans: https://youtu.be/Q6aUeTn-DYY The New Player's Guide To Drafting Magic The Gathering Cards https://youtu.be/fUqPxSYPfrA TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Our Professional Consultant is my own tutor, Emma Handy Twitter: @Em_TeeGee FaceBook: facebook.com/EmmaHandyMTG Our Script Supervisor is Michelle Rapp Twitter: @ninox_morpork Check Tolarian Community College out on Twitter: @TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege/ If there’s something that humans are very good at, it’s categorizing things - themselves, cats, colors, even Hogwarts houses. That’s because we’re adept at recognizing patterns, not just in how things look, but how they interact with one another. In Magic, we often see recurring themes and patterns in how certain decks play out, and how they interact not just with your opponent, but the board state as well. We call these archetypes, because we see them come up in almost every format again and again like an old friend, or in some cases, an old nemesis. By labeling these different deck archetypes, we can understand what a deck is trying to do just by hearing the name of it. If I say “Red Deck Wins”, you know this deck is focused on a Aggro strategy, has no Control elements, and uses cards like lightning bolt and goblin guide. It immediately tells you what the deck is trying to do, and how going about it. In this episode, we’ll be exploring the three primary types of deck archetypes we see in Magic: The Gathering: Aggro, Control and Combo. We’ll talk about their strengths, their weaknesses, and how to evaluate cards to build these archetypes in both Limited and Constructed. Which of these archetypes should I play? This depends on the format, and also on the timing. If you’re looking for a good win rate, the best time to play an Aggro strategy is usually right after a set comes out in Standard. Because the format is still being in some ways “figured out”, being proactive and focusing on just killing your opponent is an effective way of getting those early wins. Once a format becomes more defined, it’s easier to build a Control deck to beat what other people are doing, which is usually at the end before the next set is released, or before rotation. Combo is sprinkled throughout the lifespan of a format sometimes, when and if there is a good busted combo in a Control deck. If people are playing a lot of Aggro decks, then it’s a good time to do one of those Engine decks, as long as it’s fast and can kill by turn 5 if there isn’t interaction. But honestly, the real answer to this question is: any of them you want! What is amazing about Magic: the Gathering as a game is its flexibility. You can express yourself through gameplay in almost any way you might wish. I love my Modern Merfolk deck, and no matter how it’s doing in the meta, I’ll continue to play it, regardless of what other people think. For you that might be your Cat tribal Standard deck, your Burn deck, or even 8 Rack. Whatever you choose, follow your bliss and fine tune it to the best of your ability. Different people play Magic differently, and in that lies the inherent beauty and freedom of the game. Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Most Annoying Deck Tech | $40 Budget Magic the Gathering
 
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Your friends WILL NOT have fun playing against this deck and it's only $40! Share this annoying deck with someone who gets under your skin. Friend me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004982597213 Fun rewards for Patrons! https://www.patreon.com/JoeyMoss
Views: 190912 Bad Boy Gaming
Top 4 Best Deck Boxes For Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, and Standard Sized Trading Card Games
 
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Watch the detailed review for each of these MTG deck boxes by following the links below: Ultimate Guard Boulder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CCgxtcUK-o R.E.P. Steel Deck Box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXAl-rMmxZQ Ultra Pro Satin Tower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmxqofgvG2I Ultimate Guard Flip'n'Tray: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-KOh3cBQcE Ultimate Guard Twin Flip'n'Tray: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnT27g0k4wo Pick up a Battle Deck of your choice for only $9.99 by going to http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC and see my review on them here: Check out BATTLE Decks and my review here: https://youtu.be/8vYRylzo5gM Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege Come hang out and play Magic with me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/tolariancommunitycollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Airport Lounge" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Deliberate Thought" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ In the now over 4 years of reviewing accessories for Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon and other standard sized trading cards, I have carefully evaluated and graded over ONE HUNDRED different styles of Deck Box. There have been many extraordinarily excellent products, and many extraordinary failures as well as everything in between, but here, in this video, I point to the four absolute best Deck Boxes currently available. These are the best of the best, even among the many, many boxes that have received A grades from me, these 4 stand hand and shoulders above the rest and The Professor’s Top 4 Picks. Please note, this will be a brief summary review, as each of these products has been reviewed at length previously. If you’d like to see the FULL review for each item, a link to the original review has been listed in this video’s description.
MTG - The 5 BEST Preconstructed Commander Decks for Magic: The Gathering
 
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Looking for the best MTG decks for beginners? Check out my Rookie Deck review here: https://youtu.be/Bo4pxcTnKks Want decks not for Rookies? Check out BATTLE Decks and my review here: https://youtu.be/8vYRylzo5gM The Professor's special link! Check out Battle Decks and Rookie Deck and help support the channel by going here: https://www.CardKingdom.com/TCC Be sure to check out Tolarian Winds: "Pro Tour Ad Nausea" - my Magic: The Gathering Vlog: https://youtu.be/uy4BESjEMX8 What is EDH / Commander: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2n6rIzIA6A How To Build Your First Commander Deck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbphr57jysI How To Choose Your Commander: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbSYOznJygQ Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Support The Professor - Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Come hang out and play Magic with me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/tolariancommunitycollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ I have long maintained that one of the best products Wizards of the Coast makes are these preconstructed commander decks, which for an MSRP of 34.99 allow someone who has no commander deck whatsoever to sit down and play commander with friends by using one of these decks right out of the box. What’s more, most of these commander decks contain a vast array of cards that have respectable financial value, or just are commander staples which makes upgrading the decks or building new commander decks using the pieces of these an acceptable and easy path for the player. Best of all, while power levels between the decks do vary, I maintain that there is no wrong answer when it comes to these commander precons. WHich one should I buy is a question i answer often with “Which one do you like the look and feel of? You can’t go wrong.” And I want to repeat that: You can’t go wrong. But still I am asked which are the best of the best, and so presented here are the top 5 commander decks you can purchase, based on power right out of the box. Note, these top 5 are all selling for above MSRP, some by a little, one by a lot, and I still encourage you to scour your local game stores and even online sellers to find those sweet deals of commander decks at 29 even 24.99 each, an amazing value every one of them. And with the Commander’s Anthology coming out in just a week, an expensive product with 4 of the classic commander decks in it plus a few other goodies, I thought I’d give a copy away to a subscriber. So if you’d like a free, brand new copy of the commander’s anthology all you have to do is be subscribed to this channel for a chance to win! Make sure you click the link in the description to place your entry, and get an extra entry just by following me on twitter.
The Most Powerful Commander Decks | The Command Zone #187 | Magic: the Gathering EDH Podcast
 
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Support the show and become a Patron! Be a part of our community, receive awesome rewards, and more :) http://www.patreon.com/commandzone ---------- Show Notes: This week, Jimmy and Josh take a look at the most powerful decks in the entire Commander format and explain what makes them tick. ---------- The Command Zone podcast is brought to you by Card Kingdom! Make sure to us our affiliate link the next time you purchase Magic cards or products: http://www.cardkingdom.com/commandzone Huge thanks to UltraPro (http://www.ultrapro.com - @UltraProIntl) for sponsoring this episode and providing awesome prizes for our giveaways! Find UltraPro on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UltraProInternational/ Purchase a Game Knights t-shirt (available for a limited time): http://bit.ly/GKShirt ---------- What We Mentioned on the End Step: Laboratory Maniacs (competitive EDH content) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo41YdkXVTp4dTXvhduaeYw Happy birthday Game Knights! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgJI9PND7W4 ---------- Follow us on Twitter! @CommandCast @jfwong @JoshLeeKwai Email us: [email protected] ---------- Huge thanks to Geoffrey Palmer for providing some of his amazing Living Cards animations for our videos. Follow him here: https://twitter.com/livingcardsmtg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIuqWt79_d0hUK-dRhzFtAQ Check out our sister podcast - The Masters of Modern: http://collected.company/category/the-masters-of-modern/ Commander/EDH Official Rules, Banlist, Forums, and more: http://mtgcommander.net/rules.php
Views: 356101 The Command Zone
MTG - The 7 BEST Websites and Online Tools for Magic: The Gathering
 
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Don't miss these amazing 5 Magic: The Gathering Life Hacks To Make Your MTG Life Easier: https://youtu.be/YV40wt5-ctY Watch the best way to improve upon your gameplay skills with Tolarian Tutor - Learn To Be A Better Aggro Player: https://youtu.be/MkIu2fpX9Ug The websites listed in today's video are: http://www.decklist.org http://www.scryfall.com http://www.edhrec.com http://www.deckstats.net http://www.tappedout.net http://www.cubetutor.com http://www.mtggoldfish.com TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Many Magic: The Gathering players ask the question, what are the best online tools for Magic The Gathering? Like an opening hand in Magic, presented here are 7 of the best websites to aide you as a Magic: The Gathering player. Please Note: 1. This video will focus on online resources that function as TOOLS for you as a player. Thus, websites that primarily host articles about Magic: The Gathering are not a part of this list, and I will focus instead on sites that offer an online resource or function of extreme value. 2. These 7 websites offer very distinct and different tools for things from competitive standard gameplay to casual commander, thus, I do not feel any one is superior to the other. This is a collection of 7 websites, but they all function and fulfill distinctly different needs. The order they are presented in is completely random and irrelevant. All are excellent.
Fast MTG Zombie Deck Tech Win
 
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Devastate the competition with a quick and hard hitting Zombie Deck! Thanks for watching, and I hope you enjoy this Deck Tech, for more deck techs be sure to hit the like button! Channel Support/Patreon-- https://www.patreon.com/JoeyMoss
Views: 45843 Bad Boy Gaming
Tolarian Winds: The End Of Duel Decks and a new Challenger Approaches - A Magic: The Gathering Vlog
 
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Check out the Top 3 Best Binders and Portfolios for Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, and other Card Games here: https://youtu.be/3bFZO0NiNNo Learn How To Be A Better Combo Player by watching our guide here: https://youtu.be/nxJ53HLMkHA TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC The Official announcement about the end of Duel Decks and the creating of Challenger Decks can be found here: https://magic.wizards.com/en/products/challenger-decks On April 6, 2018, Wizards will release one final Duel Deck, Elves vs. Inventors. Duel Decks have been a product for ten years, ten years, and while not always a slam dunk, they always seemed to me like a fairly welcome and appreciated product. They didn’t always get them right. Looking at my own reviews, my grades were D, B-, D+, C+/B-, D and A- all of which averages out to a total GPA or Grade Product Average of C+ / B- And I have always maintained the message that, with very rare exception, they are typically worth the MSRP price and great fun for casual players. The typical problems with duel decks were a lack of meaningful reprints, and imbalanced gameplay. Nonetheless, I do not think Duel Decks should be done away with. Just because Wizards apparently struggled with making great Duel Decks doesn’t mean the idea behind them was flawed, in fact, they lasted for 10 years which I thinks speaks to the interest in these. Were I to go back over one's from before when I started reviewing, I think many, many prior duel decks would have gotten solid A grades: Izzet vs Golgari is one I can say is an A, Knights versus Dragon, Nicol Bolas vs Ajani, Jace vs Chandra especially with it’s experiment in exclusive anime art, to name just a few. Many in the last few years were lackluster, but that doesn’t mean you axe the product line, it means you try and fix it.
Rudy shows his $30,000 Magic The Gathering Artifact Deck from the 90's
 
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Perception : a way of understanding, or interpreting something; a mental impression; possibly fabricated. I didn't think Rudy knew how to play Magic!? :-( PATREON : https://www.patreon.com/AlphaInvestments SHIRTS: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/162268260486? ~FAN MAIL~ Rudy's Magic Store 10950-60 San Jose Blvd. Box # 139 Jacksonville, FL 32223
Views: 987355 Alpha Investments
MTG Top 10: Lifelink
 
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I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 56569 Nizzahon Magic
MTG Top 10: Artifacts
 
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Here are all the artifacts with 40 or more points who didn't make the list: #11: Cranial Plating (PT: 11, GP: 36 = 58) #12: Mox Opal (PT: 9, GP: 39 = 57) #13: Wurmcoil Engine (GP: 40, PT: 6 = 52) #14: Signal Pest (PT: 7, GP: 33 = 47) #15: Phyrexian Metamorph (GP: 40, PT: 3 = 46) #16: Sword of Feast and Famine (PT: 7, GP: 32 = 46) #17: Masticore (PT: 18, GP: 6 = 42) I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 101269 Nizzahon Magic
MTG Top 10: +1/+1 Counter Cards
 
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I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 53816 Nizzahon Magic
Mtg: The Best Decks of Pro Tour Amonkhet!
 
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Pro Tour Amonkhet is in the books, and so it's time to take a look at the best decks of the Tournament! It was a surprising weekend to say the least, with Mardu falling, U/R Control nver having a chance, and Zombies and Marvels everywhere! Chill with Dev and discuss PT Amonkhet, the top 8 decks of the weekend, and where the format might go from here! Full top 8 decklists: http://magic.wizards.com/en/events/coverage/ptakh/top-8-decklists-2017-05-13 Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SBMTG Strictly Better Mtg is a Magic: the Gathering Channel that does videos on everything Magic the Gathering. We do Mtg Deck Techs, Mtg set reviews, Mtg spoilers, mtg news, mtg speculation, mtg top 10 lists, and much, much more mtg related ish! Category Gaming
Views: 49304 Strictly Better MtG
MTG - A Beginner's Guide To The Competitive Magic: The Gathering Scene
 
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Learn to improve your MTG gameplay with these videos: How To Be A Better Aggro Player: https://youtu.be/MkIu2fpX9Ug The New Player's Guide To Drafting Magic The Gathering Cards https://youtu.be/fUqPxSYPfrA TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Our Professional Consultant is my own tutor, Daniel Fournier Twitter: @tirentu Our Script Supervisor is Michelle Rapp Twitter: @ninox_morpork Check Tolarian Community College out on Twitter: @TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege/ Are you interested in taking the big step to enter Competitive Magic? Nurturing dreams of one day making the Pro Tour? This video will give you a basic understanding of what it takes to travel the road to becoming a Pro Magic player. Many of the examples and numbers that I’m using mostly pertain to American players, so you may want to double-check with your local tournament organizers to see how this model is different for you. How and when do I begin? The first thing you need to do if you’d like to become Competitive is to understand what you’re signing up for. Competitive Magic takes a lot of time and investment, not just on a personal level, but monetary as well. You’ll usually need to invest in a competitive level deck, or perhaps several decks, which could cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Even if you play limited events, you’ll probably need to spend money on booster packs to help practice your skills. Events will sometimes cost money as well, so you’ll need to budget for that too. You’ll need to spend a significant amount of your time getting to know, test and understand the meta of whatever format you decide to compete in, Limited, Modern, Standard, Vintage, or Legacy. You’ll also need to understand the rules of Magic on a deeper level. You may also need to travel to not just local events, but events across the country - or even the world, on a regular basis. However, the rewards for competitive play are considerable and worth the effort. The competitive community is amazing, and full of people who share your passion and your drive. There’s also the glory of winning an event: name recognition, a sweet trophy, and accumulating Pro Points to get to the next level. Seeing yourself excel in an activity you love is invigorating, and there isn’t quite anything else like it. As long as you understand this level of commitment and you’re up for it, then all you really need to do is grab a deck and show up to a competitive event!
MTG Top 10: Angels
 
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Support this Channel: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Video by Nizzahon Top Decking the best Angels from Magic: The Gathering. Nizzahon goes over his analysis of the best Angel creatures ever printed in MTG. He examines their appearances in various tournaments and events and grades them accordingly. Ever since the days of the powerful Serra Angel, Angel creatures have been some of the biggest bombs seen associated with White Mana. As such, this iconic creature has mad huge impacts on the game ever since the earliest years of MTG. They fly and usually accompany some strong keyword abilities, so have faith as we Top Deck the Top 10 Angels of MTG! Please let us know what your top Angel cards of all time are in Comments below! Support the Aether Hub by liking, sharing, and subscribing! Check out Nizzahon's channel - www.youtube.com/nizzahonmagic Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aetherhub/ Follow on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/aetherhub Aether Hub Sponsored by: www.abugames.com Meet the others of the Hub: Nicole from BadWolfMTG Nizzahon from NizzahonMagic Paul from PlaneswalkerProject Seiben formerly from Seibenlore The Aether Hub stands to be one of the GREATEST online sources for all things Magic: The Gathering. With videos almost EVERY DAY of the week, you can expect a consent stream of Deck Techs, Strategy Guides, Card Discussion, Limited Tips, Game Play, and Lore Topics! We bring some of the best content creators in MTG together in one place to give you everything you'll ever need! Previous Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckWeGmJkIiE
Views: 54083 The Trick Room
MTG Top 10: Elves
 
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Support this Channel: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Video by Nizzahon Top Decking the best Elves from Magic: The Gathering. Nizzahon goes over his analysis of the best Elf creatures ever printed in MTG. He examines their appearances in various tournaments and events and grades them accordingly. These cards make up a powerful tribal that has been around since the beginning of Magic: The Gathering. From mana dorks to strong generals, Elves have been topping tournaments since day one! Please let us know what your top Elf cards of all time is in Comments below! Support the Aether Hub by liking, sharing, and subscribing! Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aetherhub/ Follow on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/aetherhub Aether Hub Sponsored by: www.abugames.com Meet the others of the Hub: Nicole from BadWolfMTG Nizzahon from NizzahonMagic Paul from PlaneswalkerProject Seiben formerly from Seibenlore Previous Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jyhm3RuQR34&t=1s Elves with 1 or more points who didn’t make the list (Most PTs breaks a tie) #11: Nettle Sentinel (PT: 5, GP: 7 = 17) #12: Riftsweeper (GP: 9, PT: 4 = 17) #13: Wilt-Leaf Liege (PT: 3, GP: 11 = 17) #14: Civic Wayfinder (PT: 5, GP: 6 = 16) #15: Viridian Corrupter (GP: 12 , PT: 1 = 14) #16: Thornscape Battlemage (PT: 6, GP: 2 = 14) #17 Imperious Perfect (PT: 5, GP: 4 = 14) tied with Fyndhorn Elves (PT: 5, GP: 4 = 14) #18: Oracle of Mul Daya (PT: 2 , GP: 10 = 14) #19: Glistener Elf (PT: 1, GP: 11 = 13) #20: Wirewood HIvemaster (PT: 5, GP: 2 = 12) #21: Wren’s Run Vanquisher (PT: 2, GP: 7 = 11) tied with Gladecover Scout (PT: 2, GP: 7 = 11) #22: Essence Warden (PT: 4, GP: 2 = 10) #23: Boreal Druid (PT: 3, GP: 4 = 10) Less than 10 points: Rishkar, Peema Renegade (PT: 2, GP: 5 = 9) Selesnya Guildmage (PT: 4 = 8) Priest of Titania (PT: 3, GP: 2 = 8) Quirion Ranger (PT: 2, GP: 4 = 8) Fauna Shaman (PT: 1, GP: 6 = 8) Servant of the Conduit (GP: 8 = 8) Elvish Champion (PT: 3, GP: 1 = 7) Viridian Emissary (GP: 5, PT: 1 = 7) Thornweald Archer (GP: 7 = 7) Masked Admirers (PT: 3 = 6) Wren’s Run Packmaster (PT: 2, GP: 2 = 6) Rofellos, Llanowar Emisarry (GP: 1, PT: 2 = 5) Nath of the Gilt-Leaf (PT: 2 = 4) Joraga Treespeaker (PT: 2 = 4) Elves of Deep Shadow (PT: 2 = 4) Skyshroud Elite (GP: 2, PT: 1 = 4) Gilt-Leaf Winnower (GP: 2, PT: 1 = 4) Yavimaya Barbarian (PT: 1, GP: 1 = 3) Gyre Sage (PT: 1, GP: 1 = 3) Glissa, the Traitor (GP: 1, PT: 1 = 3) Deranged Hermit (PT: 1, GP: 1 = 3) Wolfskull Shaman (GP: 3 = 3) Viridian Zealot (GP: 3 = 3) Ezuri, Renegade Leader (GP: 3 = 3) Elvish Archdruid (GP: 3 = 3) Titania’s Chosen (PT: 1 = 2) Nullmage Shepherd (PT: 1 = 2) Elf Replica (PT: 1 = 2) Greenseeker (PT: 1 = 2) Gamekeeper (GP: 2 = 2) Elvish Spirit Guide (GP: 2 = 2) Wilt-Leaf Cavaliers (GP: 1 = 1) THelonite Hermit (GP: 1 = 1) Sylvan Messenger (GP: 1 = 1) Sylvan Ranger (GP: 1 = 1) Silhana Ledgewalker (GP: 1 = 1) Scarblade Elite (GP: 1 = 1) Radha, Heir to Keld (GP: 1 = 1) Primal Forcemage (GP: 1 = 1) Leaf Gilder (GP: 1 = 1) Ezuri’s Archers (GP -1 = 1) Dwynen’s Elite (GP: 1 = 1) Bramblewood Paragon (GP: 1 = 1)
Views: 31053 The Trick Room
Magic The Gathering Beginners Guide - What Colors Should You Play? - Part 1
 
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What is going on guys, DrJo here with our first Magic The Gathering Beginners Guide! This video is an introduction to the 5 colors of mana, what they do and how they work! Check out my friend David over on BUDGET MTG Decks - make sure to give a shoutout and let him know I, DrJo on DrJoGaming send you! You can find his channel here: http://bit.ly/2ri7vZG MORE GIVEAWAYS RIGHT HERE: http://bit.ly/2t1H6vC *** TCG GIVEAWAY! *** Win a Booster Box! Click the link below for more info! **************** ENTER HERE: http://bit.ly/2qBei0a *************** Like, comment and subscribe for more Magic, Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh! videos! CLICK HERE to Subscribe to the channel: http://bit.ly/2paLDhK ● Website: http://bit.ly/2nWZuGT ● Facebook: http://bit.ly/2nIEFMZ ● Patreon: http://bit.ly/2qarwfC End video music by: DrJoGaming Theme - Rock It! This channel is dedicated to opening up the best TCG products from MTG, Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh! I open tons of different products, and if you like the videos that I make, you should consider subscribing to DrJoGaming for more awesome TCG opening! I post Booster Box Openings, Pack Openings and other Product Openings from MTG, Pokemon TCG and Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG every week. Be sure to check out my Youtube channel for more awesome videos.
Views: 16553 DrJoGaming
MTG Top 10: Couple Cards (2 Card Combos)
 
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Support this Channel: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Video by Seiben Top Decking the best Couple Cards! Its the season of love here at the Aether Hub and we celebrate by sharing our top ten favorite 2 card combos! These cards are made for each other! From infinite combos to amazing synergies, these couple cards are the best pairs in Magic: The Gathering! Happy Valentines Day from all of us at the Aether Hub :D Please let me know your favorite 2 Card Combos in the Comments below! Support the Aether Hub by liking, sharing, and subscribing! 10. midnight guard and Presence of Gond 9. Soul Conduit and Trespassing Souleater 8. Mikaeus, the Unhallowed and Triskelion 7. Anax and Cymede with Rally the Rightrous 6. Devoted Druid and Quillspike 5. Spike Feeder and Sunbound 4. Niv Mizzet the Firemind and Curiosity 3. Wandering Fumarole and Crackdown Construct 2. Memnarch and Mycosynth Lattice 1. Felidar Guardian and Saheeli Rai Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mtglore Follow on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/seibenLore Meet the others of the Hub: Nicole from BadWolfMTG Nizzahon from NizzahonMagic Paul from PlaneswalkerProject Seiben formerly from Seibenlore Previous Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=164361JI34k&t=1s Credit Sources: http://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/top-decks/it-takes-two-2013-08-29
Views: 103190 The Trick Room
MTG Top 10:  Land Destruction
 
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Here are the Land Destruction cards that didn't make the list, but have at least 1 point: Pillage (PT: 9, GP: 2 = 20) Dwarven Miner (PT: 7, GP: 1 = 15) Rancid Earth (PT: 7 = 14) Detritivore (PT: 2, GP: 8 = 12) Wildfire (PT: 5 = 10) Rolling Spoil (PT: 4 = 8) Jokulhaups (PT: 3 = 6) Orcish Settlers (PT: 3 = 6) Dwarven Blastminer (PT: 1, GP: 3 = 5) Demolish (PT: 2, GP: 1 = 5) Flowstone Flood (PT: 2 = 4) Creeping Mold (PT: 1, GP: 1 = 3) Mwonvuli Acid-Moss (GP: 3 = 3) Sinkhole (GP: 3 = 3) [definitely a surprisingly low score!] Decree of Annihilation (PT: 1 = 2) Helldozer (PT: 1 = 2) Icequake (PT: 1 = 2) Reap and Sow (PT: 1 = 2) Boom // Bust (GP: 1 = 1) Deus of Calamity (GP: 1 = 1) Encroaching Wastes (GP: 1 = 1) Rain of Tears (GP: 1 = 1) Rain of Thorns (GP: 1 = 1) Ravages of War (GP: 1 = 1) Winter’s Grasp (GP: 1 = 1) I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 75422 Nizzahon Magic
MTG Top 10:  Discard Spells
 
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Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic
Views: 68250 Nizzahon Magic
MTG Top 10: Counterspells
 
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I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 96353 Nizzahon Magic
MTG Top 10: Indestructible
 
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I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 109333 Nizzahon Magic
$20 Budget MTG Turn 2 Win Deck Tech Infect
 
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It doesn't happen every game but when it does, the look on your opponents face is priceless! Turn 3 and 4 are almost a guarantee for victory! Fun rewards for Patrons! https://www.patreon.com/JoeyMoss #turn2win
Views: 285321 Bad Boy Gaming
MTG Top 10: Demons
 
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Support this Channel: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Video by Nizzahon Nizzahon brings us a frightening list of the top ten Demon cards found in Magic: The Gathering. These creatures may be scary, but some of their cards have proven even scarier in formats throughout MTG's history. This list goes over some of the most powerful demonic forces ever seen printed on cardboard! From Modern, to Legacy, and even current Standard.. there is no way of escaping these dark creatures. Catch Nizzahons channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkfWtgQSg3yp7vmIj3Z5W0A Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mtglore Follow on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/seibenLore Meet the others of the Hub: Nicole from BadWolfMTG Nizzahon from NizzahonMagic Paul from PlaneswalkerProject Seiben formerly from Seibenlore Previous Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4DkUHJHFNg&t=2798s Music: Dating Start! - Undertale Soundtrack
Views: 90855 The Trick Room
MTG Top 10: Equipment
 
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Download MTG Amino: iOS: http://apple.co/2rHPdgp Android: http://bit.ly/2hOChAu Follow me: Nizzahon Magic I am one of the contributors to the MTG YouTuber group channel, the Aether Hub! You can find more of my draft videos and top 10s there!: https://www.youtube.com/user/seibenlore Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 107643 Nizzahon Magic
MTG - Is it worth it to buy Merfolk vs Goblins? A Magic: The Gathering Duel Deck Review
 
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Check out How To Build Mono Blue Modern Merfolk! A powerful yet affordable deck for Magic: The Gathering here: https://youtu.be/arEtF3pKu1U and Is it worth it to buy Duel Decks Anthology here: https://youtu.be/NvUypLrz4PQ Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom. Check them out via our affiliate link at: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Looking for more affordable MTG gameplay? Purchase a complete 60 card Merfolk Battle Deck for only $9.99 via our affiliate link at: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC . Fightin’ Fish is an aggressive Blue/Green tempo deck that drowns your opponent in a sea of slippery evasive creatures. Turn your guppies into whales with counters and combat tricks! An evaluation sample was provided by Wizards of the Coast for this video. Evaluation samples are for the purposes of review only and do not influence grade, nor does a lack of evaluation samples. TCC Shirts and Playmats http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Jellyfish in Space" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Many magic the gathering players ask the question: is it worth it to buy a Merfolk vs. Goblins duel deck? Showcasing cards from across Magic history assembled into two playable, 60 card decks, Magic the gathering Duel Decks have always been a product with many potential audiences in mind. This can be both a good and bad thing, because Duel Decks seek to offer fun, casual play for both existing players, as well as a great point of advancement for very new players, while also containing new artwork and other premium cards for collectors, and offering financial value both for the individual cards inside as well as for the unopened product. Finally, Duel Decks are where needed reprints can and have been strategically placed over the years, getting much needed cards to players of formats from modern to commander. Phew! That is a lot of masters to please! So are duel decks a product which is worth it to just about everyone? Or a product that in trying to please everyone ended up being for no one, or just a few someones. Let’s take a look!
Tolarian Tutor: Learn To Be A Better Aggro Player in Magic: The Gathering
 
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Learn to improve your MTG gameplay with these videos: Tolarian Tutor - Mulligans: https://youtu.be/Q6aUeTn-DYY The New Player's Guide To Drafting Magic The Gathering Cards https://youtu.be/fUqPxSYPfrA TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Our Professional Consultant is my own tutor, Emma Handy Twitter: @Em_TeeGee FaceBook: facebook.com/EmmaHandyMTG Our Script Supervisor is Michelle Rapp Twitter: @ninox_morpork Check Tolarian Community College out on Twitter: @TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege/ We’ve mentioned before that there’s more to playing Aggro decks then just turning creatures sideways and “smashing face” every turn. There are times when even the most aggressive strategies will need to stop and consider a particular nuance in the game, or decide on a slightly more subtle tactic. In today’s session, we’ll be taking a look at how to play Aggro at a higher level, examining the common pitfalls many players make and how to avoid them. We’ll look at how to evaluate board states and cards for this archetype, as well as how to play against the other big deck types: Combo and Control. As tempting as the mantra “Always Be Attacking” may be, there are times when holding back for a turn or two, or only partially attacking might actually benefit your goal of dealing the most damage. Let’s go to an example: Let’s say that you’re in the middle of a game, and your opponent currently has two 3/3’s on board. You have three 2/2’s, and two more 2/2’s in your hand. You know you have the mana to play both of them on this turn if you want. But for now, do you choose to attack with all of your creatures? First of all, let’s look at the best blocks our opponent might have in this scenario. If we attack with all of our 2/2’s, our opponent will block two of them with their 3/3’s, killing two of our creatures. Two damage will go through. If we cast our two 2/2’s on our second main phase and our opponent does nothing on their turn, then we’ve set ourselves up for the same scenario again, effectively trading four creatures for four damage. This isn’t a very efficient line of play, so let’s reset and see how we could maximize damage given this situation. Instead of attacking, let’s assume we play our pair of 2/2’s, having a total of five 2/2’s on the battlefield under our control. On our next turn, we attack with all of our creatures. While our opponent’s two blockers are able to kill two of our creatures, we’re still able to get six damage through. Then assuming they don’t play anything on their turn again, we can get in for another two damage if we attack with all of our creatures again. In the same two turns, we’ve doubled the amount of damage we’ve inflicted on our opponent to 8, for the same cost of four creatures. Even though we’ve waited a turn to build up our board, we’ve actually come out ahead against our opponent. As basic as it might sound, analyzing the board state is key in understanding when to play your cards. When we play Aggro wantS to be able to hit our very early, low curve immediately and often, which means we will most likely be playing at most two colors. More than that, and we’ll run into problems if we miss a color or a land drop. For example, Mono Red Burn decks have almost always been a competitive staple in Modern and Legacy and have remained, thanks to its simple, one color land base. While more colors can give us more options, the focused nature of Aggro makes the possible risks less than ideal.
How to Build Your First Magic: The Gathering (MTG) Deck For Beginners / Newbies - Deck Building
 
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Board Game Sanctuary Presents 5 Quick Tips For Building Your First Magic: The Gathering Deck for Beginners & Newbies Magic: The Gathering Designer: Richard Garfield Publisher: Wizards of the Coast Published: 1993 This video aims to give brand new players some quick tips about how to build their first Magic: The Gathering deck. This video is mainly aimed at beginners and focuses on some basic concepts (but not all as Magic is incredibly deep) that are required for building a deck for those who are starting out in Magic for their first time. Please Subscribe! Want More Magic Goodness? Check Our SEQUEL! Top 5 Tips For Building A Strong Magic The Gathering Deck At Your Next Prerelease for BEGINNERS & NEWBIES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkjuVM-s6s8 Magic: The Gathering is a Collectable Trading Card Game where players take on the role of Planeswalkers as they build customisable decks that consist of creatures, spells, instants, sorceries, enchantments, planeswalkers and artifacts and battle each other until one player claims ultimate victory. Players battle each other using their decks in a range of various playable formats including Standard, Modern, Limited, Legacy, Commander, EDH, Sealed, Constructed, Drafting and for Casual Play. A typical deck is usually composed of a minimum of 60 cards (100 for Commander). It is a game about building the best decks, exploring card combos and synergy. Over recent years, Wizards of the Coast have introduced some very cool Planeswalkers through the mythos and story arcs from each block in MTG (Magic: The Gathering) including Jace, Liliana, Chandra, Gideon, Elspeth, Nissa, Garruk, Ob Nixilus, Kiora, Saheeli, Tezzeret and many more. Each block (eg. Kaladesh / Aether Revolt / Ahmonkhet, Hour of Devastation / Ixalan) in Magic the Gathering is comprised on two sets that work together in narrative flavour and mechanics. We hope you find this video as enjoyable to watch as fun as it was to film. We wish you good luck in your many adventures in Magic: The Gathering. The Board Game Sanctuary is a family friendly board game channel that aims to introduce the board gaming hobby to new and seasoned players in a light, fun and humourous way. This video provides a basic introduction to Magic: The Gathering, deck building tips 101, deck builder's toolkit and do so on a simple budget. Deckbuilding 101 Advanced Deck Building Tips Good Decks Unboxing Top 10 tips to being a better deck builder Wizards of the Coast How To Start Playing Magic The Gathering Learn To Play Commander EDH
Views: 53931 Board Game Sanctuary
MTG – U/G Simic Philosophy, Strengths, and Weaknesses: A Magic: The Gathering Color Pie Study!
 
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Color Pie Philosophy Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGsoeNcK9QA8IRNfjhaIKoSAtXWp1D3bJ Support the channel with Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/themanasource Follow us on Twitter! - http://www.twitter.com/themanasource Like us on Facebook! - http://www.facebook.com/TheManaSource Check out TCGplayer - http://bit.ly/TMSandTCGplayer Live Stream: twitch.tv/themanasource Logo courtesy of Kelly R. - http://www.behance.net/KMMR Intro courtesy of Bad Asteroid - https://twitter.com/BadAsteroid_ Remember to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest and most reliable Magic: The Gathering information you'll ever need! Intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ4MqsfZ8UU Outro: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/465080 Thanks for watching.
Views: 102585 TheManaSource
MTG Top 10:  Dragons
 
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This week we're doing another tribal Top 10 -- the best creatures with the "Dragon" creature type in Magic's history! Here are the other dragons which have seen GP or PT success, but not enough to make the list. #11: Fledgling Dragon (PT: 3, GP: 3 = 12, lost out to Rorix who had more PT Top 8s) #12: Eternal Dragon (PT: 4, GP: 2 = 10) #13: Kolaghan, the Storm’s Fury (PT: 0, GP: 8 = 8) #14-15: Kokusho, the Evening Star (PT: 3, GP: 0 = 6), tied with Shivan Hellkite (PT: 3, GP: 0 = 6) #16-17: Rith, the Awakener (PT: 2, GP: 0 = 4), tied with Icefall Regent (PT: 2, GP: 0 = 4) #18: Draco (PT: 0, GP: 4 = 4) #19-20: Teneb, the Harvester (PT: 1, GP: 1 = 3), tied with Rakdos Pit Dragon (PT: 1, GP: 1 = 3) #21-28: Covetous Dragon (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), tied with Crosis, the Purger (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), Dromar the Banisher (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), Hellkite Charger (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), Quicksilver Dragon (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), Rathi Dragon (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), Ryusei, the Morning Star (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2), Two-Headed Dragon (PT: 1, GP: 0 = 2) #28: Archwing Dragon (PT: 0, GP: 2 = 2) #29: Steel Hellkite (PT: 0, GP: 1 = 1) Want to support the channel? You can on Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Nizzahon_Magic My content is part of a bunch of great MTG content on http://www.5colorcombo.com ! Check out their store, where you can use the code "Nizzahon5" to get a 5% discount! https://store.5colorcombo.com/ Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and other Magic musings: https://twitter.com/Nizzahon_Magic Looking for other great MTG content? Check out http://www.paperchampion.net
Views: 220980 Nizzahon Magic
Turn 4 Win $30 Budget Elves Deck Tech
 
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Another fun and competitive deck for Friday Night Magic! Special thanks goes out to my LGS Owner Chris for helping me add the finishing touches to this deck! Become a Patron - https://www.patreon.com/JoeyMoss
Views: 97964 Bad Boy Gaming
MTG - The New Player's Guide To Planeswalker Decks for Magic: The Gathering
 
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For a more critical analysis, be sure to check out "Is it worth it to buy a Planeswalker Deck" here: https://youtu.be/uH3rF9GdBv0 Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Check out my review of the Nissa vs Ob Nixilis Duel Deck here: https://youtu.be/B75qwKTmVm0 Magic: The Gathering Shopping Network: https://youtu.be/csngJTQ0hI8 TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Come hang out and play Magic with me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/tolariancommunitycollege Support The Professor - Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Awesome Call" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Pookatori and Friends" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Doobly Doo" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Wizards of the Coast claims Planeswalker Decks are the best first purchase for a new player, once they've learned the game through either Magic Duels or a Welcome Deck, but also intend for the deck’s features to appeal to experienced players as well. This video will examine what Planeswalker Decks are, what they contain, what purpose they serve, and who they are for. Although this video will use as its examples and illustrations the Amonkhet Planeswalker Decks, unless significant changes are made to the product, it can be applied to future decks as well. Please Note: This video is intended as a guide to the product for brand new Magic the gathering players. For a more detailed and critical analysis from the Perspective of an active Magic player, be sure to check out my “Is It Worth It” video for Planeswalker Decks linked in this video’s description. What Is A Planeswalker Deck? Planeswalker Decks are a product intended to teach brand new players the basic strategy of magic the gathering, the game's settings, its characters, and to simply provide that very first 60 card deck to begin their Magic journey with. These decks are for one person and one person only: brand new players with no or perhaps almost no Magic cards whatsoever. They are meant as a first purchase and a first deck. Again, the analogy of training wheels is one I feel is most apt. In conclusion, Planeswalker Decks are an acceptable first purchase for a brand new Magic player, however they are far from a vital one. They can make a gift for a younger player just getting into the game, and they can serve as a beginner’s deck for fun and practice, but there’s a lot of other options out there, including Deckbuilder’s Toolkits, Rookie and Battle Decks, And Simply Attending a prerelease. Speaking critically, once a brand new player has purchased one Planeswalker Deck, they have no need to ever do so again. Established players do not ever need to purchase a Planeswalker Deck. Again, my more detailed critical analysis from the Perspective of an active player can be found in my “Is It Worth It” video for Planeswalker Decks linked in this video’s description.
MTG – Naya Dinosaurs Tribal Standard Deck Tech for Magic: The Gathering - Ixalan!
 
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Click this link for the deck list: http://bit.ly/Nayasaurs This video is sponsored by TCGplayer.com Support the channel with Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/themanasource Check out our Magic: The Gathering Deck Tech playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGsoeNcK9QA8jK4ERBpfcucX2QGJOGQEN Follow us on Twitter! - http://www.twitter.com/themanasource Like us on Facebook! - http://www.facebook.com/TheManaSource Live Stream: twitch.tv/wedge Logo courtesy of Kelly R. - http://www.behance.net/KMMR Intro courtesy of Bad Asteroid - https://twitter.com/BadAsteroid_ Remember to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest and most reliable Magic: The Gathering information you'll ever need! Intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ4MqsfZ8UU Outro: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/465080 Thanks for watching.
Views: 128246 TheManaSource
MTG – $25 “Budget” U/R Izzet Counterburn Standard Deck Tech for Magic: The Gathering!
 
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Click this link for the deck list: http://bit.ly/URCounterburn Support the channel with Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/themanasource Check out our Magic: The Gathering Deck Tech playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGsoeNcK9QA8jK4ERBpfcucX2QGJOGQEN Follow us on Twitter! - http://www.twitter.com/themanasource Like us on Facebook! - http://www.facebook.com/TheManaSource Live Stream: twitch.tv/themanasource Logo courtesy of Kelly R. - http://www.behance.net/KMMR Intro courtesy of Bad Asteroid - https://twitter.com/BadAsteroid_ Remember to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest and most reliable Magic: The Gathering information you'll ever need! Intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ4MqsfZ8UU Outro: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/465080 Thanks for watching.
Views: 106748 TheManaSource
Os 3 top decks mais absurdos da história!
 
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Views: 39385 UMotivo
MTG - Is it worth it to buy a Rookie Deck for learning Magic: The Gathering?
 
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The Professor's special link! Check out Battle Decks and help support the channel by going here: https://www.CardKingdom.com/TCC Want decks not for Rookies? Check out BATTLE Decks and my review here: https://youtu.be/8vYRylzo5gM This video was sponsored by Card Kingdom. As always, while Card Kingdom’s support of the channel is appreciated, my review and my evaluation are just that: my own, Card Kingdom did not even get any advanced screening of this video prior to it going to air. Support content like this by becoming a channel patron over at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege See also - A Critical Review of The Box Of Holding: https://youtu.be/HwrpOZl0UGs and Magic: The Gathering at Pax: https://youtu.be/Lovw6cp0dnE A Guide to Experiment Kraj Commander: https://youtu.be/hhX8cEQ0WGE Top 5 Magic: The Gathering Sets For Pauper, POST-New World Order: https://youtu.be/Ey4rhTQSONs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege Twitter: @TolarianCollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Highlight Reel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Gonna Start v2" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Airport Longue" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Many Magic The Gathering players ask the question: Is it worth it to buy a Rookie Deck? Rookie Decks are made by the famous Card Kingdom, with brand new players in mind. Touted as ideal for casual, new and returning players, and priced at only 5.99 each, have Rookie decks finally cracked the code of where and how to start playing Magic the Gathering, or are they just glorified welcome decks, leaving new players with the same problems as every other product. Let’s take a look! But first a quick word about this video and this channel: as you know Card Kingdom is the sponsor of this channel, and this product I am talking about today is made by our sponsor. As always, while card kingdom’s support of the channel is appreciated, this review and my evaluation are just that: my own, Card Kingdom did not even get any advanced screening of this video prior to it going to air. If you do want to check out rookie decks, there’s a special link in the video description that takes you right to them and also tells card kingdom that you came from me, which helps convey to them that support of this channel is worth it. You absolutely don’t have to use this link to check out rookie decks, but it does help show the value of the channel if you do, so I thank. And now, let’s begin with…. What are Rookie Decks? Rookie Decks are simple 60-card decks, made primarily for new players of Magic The Gathering. Containing commons and uncommons, like Battle Decks they are not a part of any specific format, but unlike Battle Decks they are constructed not from draft archetypes, but instead with the very basics of gameplay in mind. These decks give players a chance to experience the game in a clear and entertaining way. Instead of highlighting mechanics from the new set, each deck is crafted around a single keyword with color defining spells and creatures, giving new players a sense of each color’s capabilities. Before I even delve into the cards themselves, these learner inserts are really great. To be learning magic and have this little reminder sheet next to you on a bright, clear, and best fo all easy to parse card is something really helpful to new players. Follow, remember, and learn turn order easily, and be able to review the key color mechanics not only of your deck, but of each color with these little study guides. ALso, all Rookie decks come packed in a clear plastic case, so you get a basic storage box along with the ready to play beginner’s 60 card deck. That is a lot of value for only 5.99. Or is it?
MTG - Izzet Blitz! A $50.00 Pauper Deck for Magic: The Gathering
 
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The next Rags to Riches event is scheduled for Saturday, July 29th. Check Mox - Seattle's event calendar for more details: https://www.moxboardinghouse.com/seattle-events/ If you're in the Seattle area and would like to receive more updates about in-store events, be sure to like the Mox Facebook page for Mox Boarding House Seattle: https://www.facebook.com/MoxBoardingHouseSeattle/ Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Izzet Blitz! 3 Apostle's Blessing 4 Mountain 3 Augur of Bolas 2 Dispel 8 Island 4 Gitaxian Probe 4 Evolving Wilds 4 Kiln Fiend 3 Gush 2 Mutagenic Growth 4 Nivix Cyclops 2 Brainstorm 4 Ponder 4 Preordain 3 Temur Battle Rage 4 Lightning Bolt 2 Swiftwater Cliffs --Sideboard-- 1 Dispel 3 Pyroblast 2 Eldrazi Skyspawner 2 Electrickery 1 Flame Slash 2 Hydroblast 1 Echoing Truth 2 Relic of Progenitus Support The Professor - Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Shadows Over Innistrad (Launch): https://youtu.be/XbEA1RBPZTg Battle For Zendikar Booster Box Game: https://youtu.be/GvrkW45oknU Magic Origins Booster Box Game: https://youtu.be/kRlI0MprrHc M15 Core Set Booster Box Game: http://youtu.be/m7f0LSiaslY Khans Of Tarkir Booster Box Game: http://youtu.be/c-hnlngKerI Fate Reforged Booster Box Game: https://youtu.be/IfOqHC1F5PQ Dragons of Tarkir Booster Box Game: https://youtu.be/QZ6nMY8Va-Q Modern Masters Booster Box Game: https://youtu.be/Jt_ih1wS_2A Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege Music Courtesy Of: "News Theme" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Take A Chance" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Jellyfish In Space" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Tolarian Tutor: How To Be A Better Control Player in Magic: The Gathering
 
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Learn to improve your MTG gameplay with these videos: Tolarian Tutor - Mulligans: https://youtu.be/Q6aUeTn-DYY The New Player's Guide To Drafting Magic The Gathering Cards https://youtu.be/fUqPxSYPfrA Learn To Be A Better Aggro Player in Magic: The Gathering: https://youtu.be/MkIu2fpX9Ug TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC Our Professional Consultant is my own tutor, Emma Handy Twitter: @Em_TeeGee FaceBook: facebook.com/EmmaHandyMTG Our Script Supervisor is Michelle Rapp Twitter: @ninox_morpork Check Tolarian Community College out on Twitter: @TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege/ Long touted as one of the most difficult archetypes to master, Control players require insight and stamina to reach their endgame. Long known for denying their opponents key resources and creatures, Control players can be seen as cruel and unyielding, always saying “No” and never relenting. However, there can be times when saying “yes” is as important as saying “no”, and knowing when to do that is one of the many topics we’ll cover in today’s lesson. We’ll be looking at common mistakes that Control players make, evaluating cards and situations, and how to handle match-ups against the other archetypes. Time benefits the Control player, and the best players use that time to disrupt their opponent’s threats while making their own unanswerable. Since Control is reactive by nature, knowing when and what to react to is key in making sure your strategy isn’t sabotaged. Control is *not* about reacting for the sake of reacting, or providing an answer. If you do decide to counter a creature or a spell, it must done with purpose and with a specific goal in mind - your endgame. Knowing this can help you determine which cards you’d like to counter, and which you’d like to resolve.
MTG - Is it worth it to buy an Ixalan Deck Builder's Toolkit for Magic: The Gathering?
 
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Check out The Professor's Complete Casual Guide here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4jnsAXOkeM and find out if it is worth it to buy a Battle Deck here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vYRylzo5gM Original Toolkit Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jVmYpiqP4w Origins Toolkit Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TH9SiyLQRSg Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom. Check them out via our affiliate link at: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC In Response: CEO Article , MTGO CUBE, and The Kaladesh Revolt: https://youtu.be/5O_b87CuIUY TCC Shirts and Playmats http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Airport Longue" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Rainbows" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Top 3 Best Binders and Portfolios for Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, and other Card Games
 
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Watch the detailed review for each of these MTG portfolios by following the links below- Legion Dragonhide: https://youtu.be/1A8SKJIBdiI Dex Protection: https://youtu.be/kZsl6oyWR4U Ultimate Guard Zipfolio: https://youtu.be/4tF6vDtpzBo Ultra Pro 'Deck Builder's' Premium Portfolio: https://youtu.be/EIIUzn-GqfI Pick up a Battle Deck of your choice for only $9.99 by going to http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC and see my review on them here: Check out BATTLE Decks and my review here: https://youtu.be/8vYRylzo5gM Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege Come hang out and play Magic with me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/tolariancommunitycollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Airport Lounge" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Deliberate Thought" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Professor Picks the Top 3 Binders/Portfolios For Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, and Standard Sized Trading Card Games In the now over 4 years of reviewing accessories for Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon and other standard sized trading cards, I have carefully evaluated and graded over FIFTY different brands and styles of Binders and Portfolios. There have been a few extraordinarily excellent products, and many, many extraordinary failures as well as everything in between, But here in this video, I point to the three absolute best binders and portfolios currently available. These are the best of the best, even among the many, many portfolios that have received A grades from me, these 3 stand hand and shoulders above the rest and are The Professor’s Top 3 Picks. Please note, this will be a brief summary review, as each of these products has been reviewed at length previously. If you’d like to see the FULL review for each item, a link to the original review has been listed in this video’s description. And now, the Professor’s Top 3 Picks for binders and portfolios in no particular order:
Mtg: Top 25 Ixalan Cards!
 
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Dev's here with the Ixalan hotlist! There are so many exciting cards in the new set that Dev is bringing you not 10, not 20, but TWENTY-FIVE cards he thinks might have a real impact in constructed. Check out TCGPlayer: http://bit.ly/StrictlyBetterTCGplayer Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SBMTG Strictly Better Mtg is a Magic: the Gathering Channel that does videos on everything Magic the Gathering. We do Mtg Deck Techs, Mtg set reviews, Mtg spoilers, mtg news, mtg speculation, mtg top 10 lists, and much, much more mtg related ish! Category Gaming
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Magic: The Gathering - Top 10 Drachen [Deutsch]
 
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Den Kanal kannst du hier unterstützen: http://www.patreon.com/magicshibby Die "Magicshibby"-App für Decklisten, News und Bonusinfos gibt es im Google Play Store oder direkt hier: https://goo.gl/R1CjtZ ——————————————— Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magicshibby/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/magicshibby Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shibby.unterwegs/ Meine Decklistensammlung: https://goo.gl/xkLc4y ——————————————— Outro-Musik: "The Knight of Glory": https://goo.gl/XE16VU Du suchst einen Store in Deiner Nähe? http://locator.wizards.com The information presented in this video is about Magic: The Gathering, both literal and graphical, is copyrighted by Wizards of the Coast. This video is not produced, endorsed, supported, or affiliated with Wizards of the Coast. Magic: The Gathering ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Wizards of the Coast, Inc, einem Tochterunternehmen von Hasbro, Inc. Alle Rechte an den Kartennamen, dem Tap-Symbol, den Mana-Symbolen und den Editions-Symbolen liegen bei Wizards of the Coast, LLC. Alle Rechte an Bildern liegen bei dem jeweiligen Künstler oder Wizards of the Coast, LLC. Alle Rechte Vorbehalten.
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OVERPOWERED Avatars - MAGIC: THE GATHERING
 
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Support this Channel: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Video by: Nizzahon Magic Top Decking the best Avatars from Magic: The Gathering. Nizzahon goes over his analysis of the best avatar creatures ever printed in MTG. He examines their appearances in various tournaments and events and grades them accordingly. Avatars are the living embodiment of aspects and even entire planes, being represented in all possible colors of MTG... but who among them take the top spot in MTG? This is Nizzahon's Top 10 avatar cards! Let us know what you think about these avatars in the comments below! Support the Aether Hub by liking, sharing, and subscribing for more awesome MTG Content. Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/seibenmtg Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aetherhub/ Follow on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/aetherhub Meet the others of the Hub: Nicole from BadWolfMTG Nizzahon from NizzahonMagic Paul from PlaneswalkerProject Seiben formerly from Seibenlore Previous Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ff8ifKQm58U Aether Hub is sponsored by: www.abugames.com
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Mtg Budget Deck Tech: $20 Mono Blue Aggro (Standard, Rotation Proof)
 
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Ever since bringing up the idea of mono blue aggro a couple of weeks ago, it's been one of the most requested deck techs in the comments section! This is essentially a tempo/aggro deck focused around casting lots of spells and taking advantage of Riddleform and small, evasive creatures. It's got a relatively high learning curve, but you've got well over a year to play this deck, so you've got plenty of time to practice! View Decklist: http://bit.ly/Mono_U_Aggro Follow Dev on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SBMTGDev Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SBMTG Strictly Better Mtg is a Magic: the Gathering Channel that does videos on everything Magic the Gathering. We do Mtg Deck Techs, Mtg set reviews, Mtg spoilers, mtg news, mtg speculation, mtg top 10 lists, and much, much more mtg related ish! Category Gaming
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Magic the Gathering Green Black Deathtouch Deck Build
 
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Welcome to the D6damage Green Black Deathtouch Deck Build for Magic: The Gathering. This deck quickly and efficiently kills off your opponents' creatures allowing you to attack them directly. I will be going over creatures, enchantments, instants, sorceries, and non basic land. Creatures 17 2 Fetid Imp 4 Deadly Recluse 2 Glissa, the Traitor 4 Sangromancer 4 Reaper of the Wilds 1 Sisters of Stone Death Instants 8 4 Wildwood Rebirth 4 Putrefy Sorcery 12 4 Prey Upon 4 Rabid Bite 4 Treasured Find Artifacts 3 3 Runaway Carriage Land 20 4 Foul Orchard 4 Golgari Rot Farm 2 Geier Reach Sanitarium 5 Black 5 Green Tags: magic the gathering, green, black, deathtouch, deck, build, creatures, enchantment, instant, sorcery, land, modern, ravnica, Golgari, game,
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MTG – Top 10 Best/Most Played Mono-Blue Cards in EDH/Commander for Magic: The Gathering!
 
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Visit EDHREC for a TON of EDH/Commander info: http://bit.ly/2lVPfSQ Check out our EDH/Commander playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGsoeNcK9QA93to6qJUak8nAHiUhAuAsI Support the channel with Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/themanasource Check out TCGplayer - http://bit.ly/TMSandTCGplayer Follow us on Twitter! - http://www.twitter.com/themanasource Like us on Facebook! - http://www.facebook.com/TheManaSource Live Stream: twitch.tv/themanasource Logo courtesy of Kelly R. - http://www.behance.net/KMMR Intro courtesy of Bad Asteroid - https://twitter.com/BadAsteroid_ Remember to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest and most reliable Magic: The Gathering information you'll ever need! Intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ4MqsfZ8UU Outro: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/465080 Thanks for watching.
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MTG – U/W Azorius Philosophy, Strengths, and Weaknesses: A Magic: The Gathering Color Pie Study!
 
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CLICK HERE to enter to win a booster box of Modern Masters 2015 - https://gleam.io/pI1Hs/modern-masters-2015-booster-box-giveaway Support the channel with Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/themanasource Follow us on Twitter! - http://www.twitter.com/themanasource Like us on Facebook! - http://www.facebook.com/TheManaSource Check out TCGplayer - http://bit.ly/TMSandTCGplayer Live Stream: twitch.tv/themanasource Logo courtesy of Kelly R. - http://www.behance.net/KMMR Intro courtesy of Bad Asteroid - https://twitter.com/BadAsteroid_ Remember to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest and most reliable Magic: The Gathering information you'll ever need! Intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ4MqsfZ8UU Outro: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/465080 Thanks for watching.
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MTG - Top 5 Best Amonkhet Modern Cards for Magic: The Gathering
 
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Be sure to watch An Introduction to Sealed Deck Construction: https://youtu.be/1wyncg5Xhmg Is it Worth It To Attend Prerelease: https://youtu.be/tQH6MI-46P0 What's it like at an MTG prerelease: https://youtu.be/zG39FZgc0ik Prepare For Prerelease: https://youtu.be/fnaBOlE8ico Tolarian Community College is brought to you by Card Kingdom! You can support The Professor just by checking out their store through this link: http://www.cardkingdom.com/TCC TCC Shirts! Playmats! - http://www.tolariancommunitycollege.com/ Or you can support me directly over at Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/tolariancommunitycollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/TolarianCollege FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TolarianCommunityCollege A Guide To The Best TCG Products and Accessories of 2016! Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon and More: https://youtu.be/gVseWNsM7eo A Critical Review of the new Dex Protection Portfolios: https://youtu.be/7bXNeJk7RPU Come hang out and play Magic with me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/tolariancommunitycollege Music Courtesy Of: "Vintage Education" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Airport Lounge" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Deliberate Thought" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
MTG – Hilarious Polymorph COMBO Modern Deck Tech for Magic: The Gathering!
 
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Click this link for the deck list: http://bit.ly/TMSPolymorph This video is sponsored by MTGOTraders.com Support the channel with Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/themanasource Check out our Magic: The Gathering Deck Tech playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGsoeNcK9QA8jK4ERBpfcucX2QGJOGQEN Follow us on Twitter! - http://www.twitter.com/themanasource Like us on Facebook! - http://www.facebook.com/TheManaSource Live Stream: twitch.tv/wedge Logo courtesy of Kelly R. - http://www.behance.net/KMMR Intro courtesy of Bad Asteroid - https://twitter.com/BadAsteroid_ Remember to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest and most reliable Magic: The Gathering information you'll ever need! Intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ4MqsfZ8UU Outro: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/465080 Thanks for watching.
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