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Diegoiswatchingyou

Joined: 2/25/2015

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Warning lookin for magic partner ._. 3/5/2015 6:44:18 AM

I just really really need someone who can play in person ( or on skype or something?)and help me get better with the game, or to give me tips and deck advise, id ask someone at friday night magic but i dont think anyone would want to waste their time xD

 

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thelaughingtree

Joined: 11/10/2008

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RE: lookin for magic partner ._. 3/14/2015 8:58:54 PM

You can try magic online. I learned through that as it lays everything out for you. There is a beginner section and it would not cost much at all to get going, and there are tons of people and moderators that can help with all ranges of questions

 

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Diegoiswatchingyou

Joined: 2/25/2015

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RE: RE: lookin for magic partner ._. 3/15/2015 10:09:25 PM

I cant afford online magic cards, especially if i cant keep them

 

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Deepthunder

Joined: 1/21/2004

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RE: RE: RE: lookin for magic partner ._. 3/23/2015 9:33:51 PM

magic workstation works rather well, it isn't that bad last I played online. Then again that was a while ago.

 

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simondiamond2012
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Random Comment 3/24/2015 4:15:25 AM

I would suggest "Untap.In". I've used the site before and works pretty good. (http://www.untap.in)

It's a free site that has access to most, if not all magic cards up through FRF and DTK.

You can port a max of 3 decks over to the site, and they aren't format restricted.

In fact, the best way to port over and test a deck out is to put it up on TappedOut, and then
provide the URL to Untap.In, so that the site can retrieve the decklist.

 

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