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If you want to mirror official drafting as closely as possible - either because you are practising for a tournament or you are interested in experiencing the format as designed - Then here are the things that you should be aware of. 1. Magic drafts are booster driven When a draft starts, you get 3 boosters, each of which has 1 rare, 3 uncommons and 10 ...


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If you go on Amazon, you can find a box set of 1000 random cards for around $20, as well as a box of 500 basic lands (100 of each color) for around $15. Later this year (around Fall Break) I plan to host a Random Card Draft using these. Basically, I will shuffle them, separate them all by rarity, and dole them out into "packs" with each pack containing 1 ...


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It is perfectly acceptable to observe other matches. If you are not currently playing, and you are not a judge, then you are a spectator by definition. There are a few rules governing spectators mentioned in the Tournament Rules. Players may request (via a judge) that you not observe their matches. You may not make notes while drafting. You may not place ...



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