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I'm looking for vector graphics of each of the mana symbols (normal, hybrid, phyrexian, 2-or-color). Where can I find them?

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If you are trying to create custom cards, you might want to check out magicseteditor.sourceforge.net also there used to be an MTG symbols font floating around (which could be used to get the vectors) but it seems to have disappeared from the 'net. Still looking for a place to download it. –  nine9ths Nov 10 '12 at 18:41
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Slightly Magic has most of them.

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You can download a font of various magic symbols here. Most vector graphics programs should be able to convert from the font to vectors.

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How do you get the colors in there? –  Reactormonk Nov 11 '12 at 3:51
    
Depends on how you're using the fonts, what application are you using? –  nine9ths Nov 11 '12 at 5:47
    
Good ol' html. Might prove problematic ;-) –  Reactormonk Nov 11 '12 at 6:00
    
That shouldn't be too hard, just use something like this <span class="symbols"><span class="green">o</span>G</span></span> where .symbols defines the magic symbols font, and .green defines the color for green. Here's a site that has some info on what the appropriate RGB values should be. There are other resources on the net too, like on the mtgsalvation forums, but I'm having a hard time digging them up. I think they're somewhat transient and might potentially be targeted by WOTC for takedowns. –  nine9ths Nov 11 '12 at 6:01
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