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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for beginners!, August 4, 2012
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I'm new to magic and have just picked it up and this is a great intro to the game. While it's not good for opening and playing immediately, a little research and a bit of time means that I have a lot of flexibility in building my first deck. I would love some more of particular cards, but I suppose that's why they sell the booster packs as well. The only negative I have is that their was a cardboard spacer in the box to make it larger than the cards lone would be. While I understand the need to make room for artwork, I feel they could have included a set of deck covers or a box for holding decks instead of just a cheap spacer...but if that's my only issue then I thoroughly support this as a "mature beginner's" first buy.
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Initial post: Dec 12, 2012 2:41:48 PM PST
Simon Im says:
The spacer is there for players to remove it and add new cards they buy. If the box was just big enough for the cards it comes with and the player decides to get more cards, they would have to store it somewhere else. They did a good job planning imo.

Posted on Apr 4, 2013 4:05:28 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 4, 2013 4:21:10 PM PDT
I agree with Simon. That is just the way they come. You can buy little or bigger boxes at online stores. There is all kinds. Check out Boardgamegeek you'll get hooked. Have fun....
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