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Magic the Gathering - MTG: Deck Builders Toolkit

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  • 225 semi-random cards suitable for building several different Magic decks.
  • Four 15-card booster packs from various current sets
  • Strategy insert with deck suggestions and tips on how to build a good Magic deck.
  • Learn to play insert - Magic-branded, reusable card storage box.
  • NOTE: This product can ONLY be shipped the United States, Puerto Rico, APO/FPOs and USVI.
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Magic the Gathering Deck Builders Toolkit. Factory sealed mint condition. Each kit contains 15 card booster packs from various current sets and 100 Land cards and 125 key commons and uncommons. (285 total cards) The Deck Builder's Toolkit gives your collection a jump-start with 285 semi-random cards, perfect for building several different decks! Plus, you'll get a guide containing information on how to build your own customized deck. And since no 2 two Toolkits are quite the same, you and a friend can challenge each other with a variety of custom-built decks! - Completely Random No 2 Toolkits Are Quite The Same! Perfect For Drafting + The Extra 4 Booster Packs!

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  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 4.3 x 3.3 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: 0786955651
  • Item model number: WTC34357
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 16 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,529 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
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81 of 87 people found the following review helpful By A. Rhode on October 20, 2010
My friends and I just started playing Magic recently and we're all hooked.

If you're just learning Magic, the first thing I recommend buying an intro deck from whatever the latest core set is (currently M11). There are a lot of rules and I think it's important to learn on a deck that's designed to function cohesively. If you are happy just having a deck to play with, then that's all you need.

After that, if you are at all interested in building decks or experimenting with different play styles, I definitely recommend getting this kit. From a value perspective, it comes with 4 boosters, which by themselves are worth at least $12, and then you get a storage box with room for extra cards, which is worth a another couple of bucks, so the cards are basically free.

It gives you a bunch basic cards to start putting together decks and try out different play styles. The decks probably wouldn't satisfy experienced players, but it's plenty for learning the ins and outs of how the different colors work. If that's what you're interested in, this is an economical way to get there.

This kit does come with a pamphlet on deck building, but it's not very detailed. I found this article to be really helpful:

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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Capt. John on October 11, 2011
What's not to like? That they're the 2011 series and not 2012? Are you playing in State-level or National Tournaments? No? Then that really doesn't matter. Yes? Then why are you even reading the Reviews? You already know if you want this.

For the unitiated it's 100 Land Cards (used to Summon Creatures and Cast Spells) 125 Common & Uncommon cards (your Creatures and Spells), and four 15-card Boosters with random Lands and Spells, and maybe, just maybe, possibly, an Ultra, Mega, Super Rare Foil card! SCORE!!!.

And a cardboard box.

Hey, don't laugh! It's a solid, durable, closeable box, big enough to hold several deck boxes. Okay, so it doesn't come with spare deck boxes (unlike the Fat Packs, which have less cards and are twice the price), but you're getting 285 Magic Cards for $20. That's just 7¢ a card, and 285 cards is also enough to make four, reasonably balanced 60-card decks. It's a very economical buy for someone getting back into the game, or updating an out-dated Deck.

For someone looking to get started you should know it does not have a detailed Instruction booklet but for the most part Magic is an easy game to figure out. And I'll throw this out there. A few weeks ago I called the Wizards of the Coast 1-800 helpline and I was on hold for just a few minutes before speaking to a real person, who was immediately able to answer my question and solve a house rule dispute. Props to WotC.

Yes, there are other Starter Kits, but for the price, the quantity of cards, and the variety of decks you can put together, this is MY choice. Or would be if I was just starting. I'm not, but I still bought it just because it's such an awesome deal!

I gave it 5 stars overall, but just 2 stars for durability. They are playing cards, after all.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Farelle Flores on August 17, 2010
The MTG Deckbuilders Toolkit is a great way for new or veteran players to create a useful deck, have many spare cards for existing decks, or get extra mana (land). Each box contains cards that are similar to other toolkits and it is pretty unlikely you will find mythic rares (if at all, I haven't). There are also some randomized cards in there, so you don't always get the same thing with each box. You also get a large amount of basic land (mana), so if you have started with boosters like I did this is SO helpful! Comes with a pamphlet on building decks and more than enough cards for you to make a deck good enough to win! Stick with boosters if you want to discover mythic rares, but for beginners and deck building this one is perfect (and at a great price too).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robert Gamble on May 6, 2011
A few years ago I reviewed a starter set for Magic: The Gathering which was wholly unsuitable for learning the game. This product is, however, just about perfect for both a new player, and an experienced player looking to start up a group.

It comes with:

1. Enough land to play almost any normal 60 card deck. It may not have quite enough for a monocolored 60 card deck, but if it's a monocolored deck, you can always say that your islands are actually mountains.

2. A lot of good staples in both commons and uncommons show players some of the best simple cards made for the game.

3. Perhaps the best part is that due to the semi-random nature of the toolkits, the designers have made sure to create a few different 'archetypes' rather than just a random sampling of cards where making a theme deck would be difficult. A new player could try a big creature green deck, a mana ramp deck, a black discard deck, a red direct damage deck, a combat tricks - small creature white deck, etc... Additionally, since each theme isn't present in every deck builder's toolkit, if two new players have separate toolkits, they can be surprised by what the other person has.

4. Finally, it includes booster packs, which give the final element of the experience, cracking new cards.

Overall, it's a fine product and for the price is a great value for a new player.
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