r/BadMtgCombos

10k subscribers


Posts should be card combos from Magic the Gathering that are extremely difficult to pull off, easily disrupted, ineffective, and possibly detrimental to one's own survival. Win more combos, Lose more combos, and do nothing combos are more than welcome.
https://reddit.com/r/BadMtgCombos/
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