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WotC Should I try Magic: The Gathering Forgotten Realms?

Yenrak

Explorer
I’ve been playing D&D since the 1980s but I’ve never played M:TG. Now I’ve got kids of my own and we play D&D together. I thought they might be into Magic: the Gathering but I am not sure where to start. Ideally, I’d like to start with the D&D flavored Forgotten Realms set. Is this a good idea? What should I buy? I noticed that there is a “gift bundle” that seems aimed at D&D players.
 

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Parmandur

Book-Friend
I’ve been playing D&D since the 1980s but I’ve never played M:TG. Now I’ve got kids of my own and we play D&D together. I thought they might be into Magic: the Gathering but I am not sure where to start. Ideally, I’d like to start with the D&D flavored Forgotten Realms set. Is this a good idea? What should I buy? I noticed that there is a “gift bundle” that seems aimed at D&D players.
Your best bet are the four "Commander" decks: no deck building involved, and Commander is a a more casual, multi-player format (up to five people playing at once, instead of yead to head).
 




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