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Sunday, April 23, 2017
Friday Night Magic
Are you looking for a way to play Magic while meeting new friends and winning cool foil prize cards? Then Friday Night Magic is exactly what you're looking for!
Friday Night Magic Card for March is Incendiary Flow.
Friday Night Magic: Every Friday @ 7p.m.
Standard and Draft Formats Both Available.
The DCI is giving players in a growing number of countries and stores the opportunity to play in a fun weekly event and have a shot at cool FOIL prize cards in the process. FNM is designed to keep the play style exciting:
Prize cards are available to participants in other ways than just to the winners
For rules enforcement, the emphasis is on teaching players the correct ways to play
Share your tournament experience on Twitter by using the hashtag #mtgfnm
Friday Night Magic Rules
$6 entry fee
100% cash payouts to the top finishers.
Door prize: The tournament organizer will randomly award the remaining two prize cards to two players that did not place first or second.
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Wizards of the Coast
Magic: The Gathering
is the world’s premiere trading card game. Players take on the role of Planeswalkers—powerful mages who battle others for glory, knowledge, and conquest. Their weapons include spells, creatures, and artifacts gathered from a vast multiverse of unique fantasy worlds.
Board Game Scene
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Fantasy Flight Games
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TRADING CARD GAME is the #1 trading card game in the world with over 22 billion cards sold. It is a game of strategy, where players create individual Decks of cards collected from Structure Decks and Booster Packs. Two players engage in a Duel while using cards that represent powerful monsters, magical Spells and surprising Traps.
Force of Will
Force of Will
Force of Will
The beacon of light that guides gamers to Force of Will TCG is its resource system. Magic the Gathering uses mana to regulate spells played and actions taken each turn; FoW uses will. Both MtG and FoW center their resource system around 5 different colors, and both utilize colorless resource options. The highlighted difference between the two is how players have access to the resources they need in order to play the game.
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