A diverse community of players devoted to Magic: the Gathering, a trading card game(tcg) produced by Wizards of the Coast and originally designed by Richard Garfield, PHD. Join us discussing news, tournaments, gameplay, deckbuilding, strategy, lore, fan art, cosplay, and more. "Magic isn't really one game but many games with a shared rules system." - Mark Rosewater, Magic's Head Designer
Speculat(e/ing) 1. form a theory or conjecture about a subject without firm evidence. 2. invest in stocks, property, or other ventures in the hope of gain but with the risk of loss. This is Reddit's hub for discussing speculating(2) and not for discussing speculating(1) about Magic: the Gathering cards.
A place to make fun of posts in /r/MagicTCG or the Magic community at (arbitrarily) large.
This is a subreddit designed for Magic: The Gathering players who do not necessarily want to, or are not able to play competitively, and wish to discuss playing MTG for the sake of simple fun. Feel free to talk about your bizarre homebrew decks, ridiculous combos, or just general Magic related discussion that is not geared towards tournaments and/or competitive play. Have fun.
Pictorial art of monsters from the past or present: angels, demons, strange WTF creatures, drooling brutes, innocent-looking oddities, mythical hybrids, an image from a bestiary, etc. Yes, you can submit drawings of your own imaginary monsters. We strongly encourage the crediting of artists by their real name.
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.
This subreddit is for awful, abusive, depressing, and otherwise disquieting things that've happened to cards. Feel free to post ugly alters, botched bend tests, environmental damage, and any other sort of abuse you can think of! While we don't advocate for the destruction of cards, you are welcome to make your own content if you so choose.
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