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MTG Magic the Gathering 2014 MODERN Event Deck - 75 cards - INCLUDES SWORD OF FEAST & FAMINE, ELSPETH & MORE!!


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  • Game: Magic: The Gathering Modern Event Deck
  • Product Type: Sealed Event Deck
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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 10 inches ; 13.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00IR2W4WA
  • Item model number: WTCA95950000
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,422 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
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What's included in this listing? (1) Sealed Magic: The Gathering Modern Event Deck Specs: Manufacturer: Wizards of the Coast Set: Modern Event Deck Language(s): English Contents of the Box: (1) 60-card deck (1) 15-card sideboard (1) Strategy guide (1) Spindown life counter (80) Exclusive Card sleeves (5) Double-sided tokens (1) Deck Box Condition: This box is still factory sealed. This is not a repack or a collection of loose packs. Stock Photo Shown

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In fact, I'd say I got more than my money's worth.
InfiniteDamion
There are a couple good cards missing from the deck that will really make it stronger but over all, great purchase.
Gabriel
This deck was out of the box a great starter deck for modern.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By S. Lee on June 5, 2014
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Caveats: I'm no longer an active tourney go'er or claim to be ahead of the deck brewer's curve on the meta. However, I have followed and played the hobby faithfully since Revised and have a collection of (almost all) Event Decks that I habitually play on the universal battlefield known as "The Kitchen Table."

This review is intended for both the hobbyist and the social player, but in all honesty "March of the Multitudes" aka MoM can be piloted by a beginner with ease. The Modern format is the closest setting players will get to the once vaunted Extended format, or be able to mix strategies and archetypes several years old with those of the current game environment. Wizards has done a great job with this particular Event Deck.

At it's core, it's a B/W tokens deck aka Weenie Deck that packs alot of utility cards and a couple of solid rares/mythics. A quick search for the spoiler list should convince you on picking one up for your own decks or for trade bait, but as I'm an afficianado on sealed decks, I'll go through its strengths.

1. Better cards. Nowhere in the history of MtG will you be able to buy an off the shelf Tier 1 Killer. Probably not even Tier 2, but the cards that make up the bones of this deck are very, very solid. At the very least, good multi-lands for your colors, a Sword of Feast/Famine, Katakis, an Elspeth, etc.

2. Focused. I consider most Event decks to be like Theme decks 3.0 capable of dismantling most casual players' decks but highly unlikely to got 25% against the tournament scene as they had initially planned. That being said, this Elite Event deck has discarded some of its rarity distribution and thus packs more punch between mana consistency and gas cards. It is a militarized deck, but does it well.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Mosqueda on May 22, 2014
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This deck is a great idea and has potential to be a tier 1 deck. A lot of people are complaining about it not having Marsh Flats or Thoughtseize but Wizards isn't going to just give us a pre-made tier 1. Besides they wouldn't just reprint one fetch land for an event deck. The idea behind this deck is for new players that are unfamiliar with the game to get started and help them build a strategy and get a feel for the game, or in this case the "Modern" format. If this had all the "money cards" people are looking for it would defeat the purpose of the deck being used as a teaching tool for newer players, experienced players would just buy it and gut it out for trade bait. This is probably by far the most competitive and complete Event Deck ever constructed and hopefully we will have many more to come.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ay on July 8, 2014
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Straight out of the box this deck is pretty good, one on one my friends are no match, lost to a moonsilver spear though. After some editing this deck is insanely fast, never played black white control before, always connected black and white to lifelink and deathtouch in my head. The sword of Feast and Famine is a great card, and I'm glad it came with one since I missed out on the whole Scars of Mirrodin block, but I just don't think that it does much good in this deck, the discard is nice, but untapping all lands you control is almost useless in this deck considering most of the cards are sorceries except raise the alarm. The shrine of Loyal Legions is another great card, but not so much for this deck as well. You will find yourself playing it and getting excited about pooping out some myr creatures, but just never doing it due to Spectral Procession and lingering souls. That card, at least to me is best suited for an all white deck, though I supposed you could combo it in this deck with a few Myr Battlespheres to really get it going. Replaced those cards with Thoughtseizes. The lands I can't complain too much about, but I would remove the cities of Brass and Caves of Kolios for something else, Godless Shrine would be a good replacement for the caves, and I reaplaced the cities of Brass with the ghost quarters that come in the sideboard. Those go great against of course the Urza lands, and also people who like to enchant their lands. Was also using it to swap out my Caves of Kolios and with a plains or swamp, since this deck can run amazingly well on 4 mana. I'm not saying that city of brass isn't a good card and am not happy that it was included, I like it, I just don't see the point in taking one damage for any color of mana when the only colors I need are white or black.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Flashfyr3 on July 28, 2014
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The modern event deck (hopefully the first in a series) is a great deck for someone looking to get into the modern format, particularly for newer or returning players who may not have a solid base of cards. The box is sturdy and large enough for the deck and sideboard, and the sleeves are cool. The deck itself is pretty decent and is able able to accomplish what it sets out to do. It's also much less expensive than a typical modern deck list which can easily run into the high hundreds-low thousands dollars. That said you definitely are not getting a deck that has all the goodies you'd find in a tournament winning deck. Fetchlands are absent as are better token generators like bitterblossom or removal like thoughtseize. The deck also includes some cards that aren't ideal for this deck but are clearly there to substitute for the previously mentioned cards. The glory of this deck though is you get a functional deck that can very easily be upgraded should you wish to invest into it. It gives you a chance to try out the format with an OK deck at a bargain price.
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