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Magic: The Gathering is the first, and most widely played, collectible trading card game. Players take on the role of Planeswalkers – powerful mages who battle others for glory, knowledge and conquest. Each player controls an arsenal of weapons, which includes spells, creatures, and artifacts gathered from a vast multiverse of unique fantasy worlds. With over 10,000 different cards available, Magic offers an unrivaled depth of game play with many levels of choice and customization for its players. The cards feature unique illustrations by top fantasy artists inspired by familiar elements of myth and legend. These elements weave together to provide a strategically rich and satisfying game play experience.
An artificer provides the innovative weapons, tools, and sometimes the soldiers, to the battlefield for any color and for any reason, if only to design something new and see it work. We are represented by our creations and we strive to invent something that has not been seen before.
A Colorless Mage deals in the power of the blind eternities that is present in every living creature and every object at its most basic level. Like the physics underlying the processes of life, colorless energy may not be obvious to the average mage, but it has a hand in all magic.
Join our group and share creative decks both in colorless purity and where artifacts work closely with all colors.
Hey guys, this is coming straight from the AntHill, while I started the group to basically lock up the name, I am in no way saying I'm the brain behind this. This is designed to circumvent all the discussions that get in the way of trying to seriously look at the Standard metagame, and get down to the real nitty-gritty. Design, Testing, Analysis, the things that help make teams and decks win. So if you think this is your thing, send a join request, we'll review what you bring to the table, and get back to you as soon as we can with either approval, or some things we'd like to see.
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