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I don't read them myself, but every year Wizards of the Coast releases novels which are a companion to the latest Magic sets/block. If you want the complete "story behind the game", this is probably the best path to go down. Here's a useful link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Magic:_The_Gathering_novels The Magic Daily site also has quite a fun ...


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Wizards has short storyline summaries shown here: http://www.wizards.com/Magic/TCG/Article.aspx?x=magic/products/storylinesummaries Unfortunately, this is an old page and hasn't been updated since Mirrodin. Wikipedia has a fairly comprehensive outline of Magic: The Gathering storylines that are helpful in getting a handle on the general theme of each set. ...


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One great way to find similarly themed games is to consult the GeekLists on BoardGameGeek. Find your game on Boardgamegeek Scroll to the bottom, look for the "GeekList" section Check out GeekLists that sound interesting. For Caesar's Gallic War, I found this GeekList, Bellum Gallicum (58-51 BC) - Caesar Against the Gauls which appears to be a well ...



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