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While not everyone plays Magic the Gathering (some people do have an interest in dating, after all), and not everyone who has played Magic is a big fan of its digital components, I’ve continued to find the game fascinating for nearly 15 years, even if I didn’t play the game during the entire period.

With so many permutations, possibilities, and delightfully sadistic opportunities to demolish opponents with a creative construction, what’s not to love?

Other than the cost, of course.

And while I won’t disclose the amount of money my teenage self spent on those addictive cardboard crack-packs, I’m happy Wizards of the Coast have made a version of Magic accessible without constant price-gouging with their Duels of the Planeswalkers series. For the price of a single tournament entry, you can have dozens (if not hundreds) of hours of geeky fun, with low-price expansions that don’t feel like they’re “buy this or you’ll lose” inherently.

To that effect, I’m excited not only to learn that the first DLC is coming for MTG:DOTP:2012, but that it once again features my perennial favorite combination, Blue/Red.

Hit the break for the full DLC spoiler list; use Gatherer to look up cards. Note that some cards do not currently exist in MTG and are described in parentheses below. Credit to luminum can on MTGSalvation for hacked list. Note that all cards subject to change. All typos are [sic] luminum can.

Ajani (white/green)

3 Suntail Hawks
1 Hyena Umbra
1 Silhana Ledgewalker
1 Stormfront Pegasus
3 Fists of Ironwood
4 Silvercoat Lions
1 Canopy Cover
1 Divine Favor [Enchated creature gains +1/+3, you gain 3 health when it comes into play 1W]
3 Oakenform
3 Aura Gnarlid (!!)
2 Mesa Enchantress
1 Griffin Guide
1 Snake Umbra
1 Spectra Rider [2/2 Intimidate WW]
1 Pacifism
1 Wreath of Geists [Enchanted creature gets +X/+X, X is number of creatures in your graveyard G]
1 Rancor (!!!!)
1 Totemguide Heatebeast
2 Bramble Elemental
1 Mamoth Umbra
1 Three Dreams(!)
1 Siege Mastodon

Ajani Unlocks

1 Kor Spiritdancer
2 Boar Umbra
3 Lifelinks (!)
2 Auramancers
1 Sacred Wolf
1 Retether
1 Mythic Proportions
1 Angelic Destiny [enchanted creature gains +4/+4, flying and first strike, When creature, return Angelic Destiny to your hand. 2WW]
2 Nature’s Spiral
1 Femeref Enchantress
1 Lure
2 Gigantiform
1 Armadillo Cloak
1 Heroes Reunion

Liliana (black)

3 Reassembling Skeletons
4 Liliana’s Specter
2 Liliana’s Caress.
2 Moan of the Unhallowed [Put 2 2/2 Zombie tokes into play. 2BB. Flashback 5BB.]
2 Gloomhunters
2 Guul Draz Specter (!)
1 Grave Titan
2 The Rack
3 Doom Blade
4 Mind Rot
1 Marsh Casulaties
1 Bloodgift Demon [4/4 Flier. At the beginning of your upkeep target player draws a card and loses 1 life. 3BB]
2 The Rack
2 Disemtomb
2 Unholy Strength
2 Underworld Dreams
2 Consume Spirit

Liliana Unlocks

1 Beacon of Unrest
3 Demon’s Horn
2 Hypnotic Spcter
2 Quag Sickness
1 Corrupt
1 Mortivore
1 Monomania [Target player chooses a card in his or her hand and discards the rest. 3BB]
1 Ob Nixilis the Fallen
2 Blood Tythe
1 Syphon Mind
1 Syphon body
2 Quests for Gravelord
1 Scavneger Drake
1 Massacre Wurm

Ra Zarekl (blue/red)

2 Spark Elementals
3 Shock
3 Into the Roil
2 Storm Corw
2 Sparkmage apprentice
4 Wind Drakes
2 Wee Dragonauts
2 Gelectrodes
2 Arc Runners
2 Aether Tradewinds
1 Ball Lighting (!)
1 Skizzik
2 Skirsdag Cultist [2/2 T, Sac creature, deals 2 damage to creature or player. 2RR]
2 Lighting Elementals
2 Air Servant
2 Stormcloud Djiin
1 Lightning Serpent


Ra Zarekl Unlocks

1 Prophetic Bolt
3 Elixir of Immortality
2 Lightning Bolt
1 Mahamoti Djinn
2 Murder of Crows [4/4 flier. Whenever it deals damage to player, you draw a card and discard a card. 3UU]
1 Spellbound Dragon
1 Niv Mizzet, The Firemind
2 Turn the Tide
1 Thundermare (!!!)
1 Thunderdragon
2 Thunderstrike
1 Reverbrate
1 Time Reversal

Additions to existing decks

2 Flame Rift
1 Volcanic Fallout
1 Insurrenction

2 Heartwood Storyteller
1 Copperhoof Vorrac
1 Fresh Meat

1 Sunblast Angel
2 Loxodon Gatekeeper
1 Guardian Seraph

2 Curfew
1 Cultural Exchange
1 Bribery (!!!!!)

2 Slagworm
1 Stuffy Doll
1 Cyclops Gladiator

2 Fog
1 Elvish Champion
1 Hydra Omnivore (?!?!)

2 Windstorm
1 Mold Shambler
1 Mass Polymorph (!!!!!!)

2 Breath of Malefegor
1 Earthquake
1 Malefegor

2 Barter in Blood
1 Bloodhusk Ritualist
1 Butcher of Malikir

2 Cumberstone
1 Damnation
1 Sphinx Sovereign

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23 replies to this post
  1. Beat the game last night, and really thinking the artifact deck is a tiny bit over powered. Even against the red deck with it’s destroy artifact creatures. Now on to archenemy and revenge campaigns. Have yet to do any multiplayer games. Will buy this DLC as soon as it’s available prob, sounds great.

  2. I’m still waiting out for them to do either a deck based on the pheraxia block or a sliver deck based on the time spiral block/some older blocks. Until then the red/blue one looks like it’ll do. Once it comes in though I really can’t see people using chandra’s deck because it does almost the same thing (damage early on,) but it simply does it better because you can whip out some many strong creatures early on for so little mana, even though they only last a turn.

  3. Are you guys kidding me? Do you see the first sentence of this story? Who ever wrote this story can SMD you stupid fuck.

  4. like really? you basically said people who play magic dont like girls? “(some people do have an interest in dating, after all)”

  5. Useful info. Fortunate me I found your website unintentionally, and I am stunned why this accident didn’t happened in advance! I bookmarked it.

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