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Magic The Gathering Sets: Throne of Eldraine $24.30 or 2020 Core Set EXPIRED

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Magic: The Gathering - 2020 Core Set Bundle - Includes Promo Version of Chandras Regulator: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Magic-.../787178597

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Magic: The Gathering Throne of Eldraine Bundle | 10 Booster Pack (150 Cards) | Accessories: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Magic-.../103343980

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Yes, these are last year's products, and Walmart is most likely trying to make room in inventory for Core 2021 product, which drops the day after posting this deal. Either way, some of you may find it slick enough to take part.
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A fat pack will contain 10 packs, a pack of lands, a promo card and a 20 side die. You could build two 40 card decks a play against each other with a single Fat Pack you will just be limited on deck building options. It would be a great way for a new player or child to get into Magic.

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Thanks, I was able to find multiple ones near me.
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Good prices but nothing near me on sale yet.
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Great deal on throne of elderaine; was able to order a dozen boxes online
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Born under a rock, what are Fat packs?

Core set, enough for two players, or do they nickel and dime you, you need two core sets?

Thinking about buying as a gift for a child. I have zero interest in this madness preferring Euro/German boardgames.
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Born under a rock, what are Fat packs?

Core set, enough for two players, or do they nickel and dime you, you need two core sets?

Thinking about buying as a gift for a child. I have zero interest in this madness preferring Euro/German boardgames.
A fat pack will contain 10 packs, a pack of lands, a promo card and a 20 side die. You could build two 40 card decks a play against each other with a single Fat Pack you will just be limited on deck building options. It would be a great way for a new player or child to get into Magic.
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Is there any limitation on which expansion sets can be used in tournaments like with Pokemon?
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Born under a rock, what are Fat packs?

Core set, enough for two players, or do they nickel and dime you, you need two core sets?

Thinking about buying as a gift for a child. I have zero interest in this madness preferring Euro/German boardgames.
Yes it is enough for two players, BUT would strongly recommend buying a pair of duel decks for new players. Having the decks pre-constructed helps make the game make much more sense to new players.

I brought about 7 decks to the cook islands and my wife and I had many happy hours playing together at different beach side cafes during our 20th anniversary in December. A great game for couples and we have been playing for 25 years. The pacing of MTG allows you to pick it up and put it down as life does its thing.
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Is there any limitation on which expansion sets can be used in tournaments like with Pokemon?
haven't played in a while but IIRC standard tournaments will phase out last year's core set when the new core set comes out, which is supposed to be tomorrow judging by this post. so if you want to compete in standard this is generally a waste

EDIT: apparently it won't phase out till september which is not great but for half off its still probably worth it
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Born under a rock, what are Fat packs?

Core set, enough for two players, or do they nickel and dime you, you need two core sets?

Thinking about buying as a gift for a child. I have zero interest in this madness preferring Euro/German boardgames.
If you just want to try out MTG, many (most?) game stores will give you little starter decks for free. (Just ask "do you have any of the free magic starter decks for learning to play?"). Those are a good way to learn the rules and decide if you like the game. I got a couple from a store a while back just to have a simple deck to teach my wife to play with.
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Is there any limitation on which expansion sets can be used in tournaments like with Pokemon?
Yes, depending on format.

Standard is a rotating format, both of these are currently legal in standard. Core 2020 rotates out of standard in September of this year, Throne of Eldraine doesn't rotate out until September of 2021.

Here's a list of the when stuff is rotating out.
https://mtgazone.com/mtg-standard...ion-guide/

Other formats like modern, pioneer, etc, these should be legal in forever (minus some banned cards).
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price match at Target if you have red card!
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Unless you really want the paper Magic experience, I'd recommend Magic Arena on PC or Mac (not on iOS or Android yet). You can get by with free to play if you grind gold, and even if you want to pay to get the best cards/decks, it's cheaper than paper Magic. You can also play with friends, not just random opponents. EDIT: with the M21 digital release today, code PLAYM21 (enter in top right of store interface) gives three free packs. EDIT2: A few more still valid codes for free stuff here [fandom.com].
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So... are people really playing MtG face-to-face in the COVID-19 era?
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