How to build your first magic deck? Not sure… Well lucky for you, we are here to help! Meet Kasi, she is a beginner, just like you watching this video. She wants to play with her family but, doesn’t know where to begin. So lets help her out and give her a free deck. Step 1: Pick your color (s) Red, Blue, White, Black, & Green The idea is not to just through everything into a deck, but to keep the deck small and niche like to help build synergistic combos. So pick a color or colors that you like After you pick your colors, it is time to get even more specific. Maybe you want to complete abilities, maybe creature types, or maybe even noncreatures. The chose is yours. We will be making Wizards! Step 2: Understand Mana Curve. Decks need at least 60 cards, so we want to stick with 60 because that increases our chances of drawing our favorite cards. Mana Curve is the average mana cost of your deck. We don’t want just expensive or just cheap, so we can have a wide array. Note that cheaper cards are quicker to play and more expensive cards will have better abilities. Step 3: Start Collecting cards Start making piles putting each card in its converted mana cost section. Ones go with ones and twos go with two. Put together a rough draft deck that you will like. Step 4: Start with the lower end cards: 1 drop and sort them out. Now to need to start finalizing our decks. Read all the cards and see which ones build synergy and which ones don’t. Remember that you only really want cards that stack in your deck. Step 5: Count your cards and get your mana curve. Typically, if you have 60 cards total, you want one-third being landed, so 40 non-lands. Try to get as close to 40 as possible and try to have your mana curve around 2.5. If your mana curve is higher, you will need more lands. Step 6: Add lands Depending on how many colors, depends on how many of each type. With one color, just add that color mana, which is around 20 With more than one color, figure out how many colors you have from your non-land cards and figure out the proportion. Meaning if you have more black than blue cards, have more swamps instead of islands. Step 7: Put all your cards together and recount. Make sure you have at least 60 and if you have way more, try really narrowing down again. Step 8: Find someone to play with and have fun! The more you play, the more you learn. The more you learn, the easier it becomes to make a deck. So after you win or lose a few times, you can really start seeing what cards work and what cards don’t work.

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