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You can do a lot worse than the Deckbuilders toolkit for starting out, you will be surprised as well how quickly a collection can start to grow even just buying the odd booster or as said above taking part in local drafts or events. Your best bet for good advice about this would be at your local games store or even better at your local Friday Night Magic. ...


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I'm not familiar with this deck in particular, but it looks like this is a good example of a miser's copy (a singleton, usually with the connotation that it has a unique effect within your deck but you have no way to tutor for it). Some things to note about that card: It is really good in some situations It is really bad in others In the situations where ...


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Might be worth distinguishing between games where you deckbuilding BEFORE the game start and games where you deckbuilding DURING game play. In the first category there are all the LCG games from Fantasy Flight Games and all his clones (that cannot use LCG word due to copyright). If you like to deckbuilding by yourself and than go to the club to kick some ...


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Another deck building game to consider is Puzzle Strike. In many ways, it is a remake of dominion, but with a significantly different win mechanic. Rather than buying victory points, players send gems back and forth filling up their pile of gems. As their gem pile gets larger, players draw more cards, but when it hits its limit, they die and the game is ...


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Compare this to deck building games like Puzzle Strike or Dominion where the focus is on deck quality rather than size. Adding a new card doesn't help much if it dilutes your deck from its primary strategy. These games still have in game costs for adding the cards to your deck and playing them on your turn. Those costs are used to balance the cards.



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