Magic: The Gathering is a digital collectible card game, this is said to be the first card game and has millions of users on time. This card game was created by Richard Garfield and released in the year 1993 by Wizards of the cost. This game can be played in Magic Online and MTG Arena.
This game is mostly played in duo mode but can also be played with a multiplayer option. In this game each player owns a deck of previously collected cards, we just have to reduce the life of opponent ranging from 20 to 0 and this is the best way towards your winning. There are almost 20,000 cards in this game that are available in a variety of languages, each year they are adding hundreds of cards to make this game more susceptive.
Here are some steps that might help to play this game and make your way towards victory.
Choose you, Players:
In this game, two or more than two can take part but mostly only two are chosen. In this game, you have to fight against each other or square off against a single player which is the most preferred option to play.
Assembling of cards in form of the deck:
In this, you get a minimum of 60 cards and there is no restriction on the upper limits of cards. Each card in this deck plays the role of a warrior in your way towards victory. This deck of cards is also termed as a library.
In the beginning, withdraw 7 cards from your library:
At the start, each player takes one card from the deck of 7 selected cards. If the player discards his/her card or chance than he/she has to add that card in the pile compiling of a graveyard and is adjacent to the library.
The total life of the player is 20 points:
This card game works on the life or points of the player, so it’s your foremost role to keep a healthy life with good points that will help to succeed you towards success. The damage caused by the opponent with their cards will let you lose your life points and which will put you in trouble.
Try to approach away towards your victory:
Players losses his/her game by losing their points from 20 to 0 which must not be happened to get a win. You must not reach 10 poison counters as this will also end your game and this is the reason for your failure.
Importance & meaning of different colors in your deck of cards:
White org represents this color and is the color of Protection and Order. They are said to be to the host of small creatures and are capable of becoming more powerful and thus reducing the power of your opponent.
Bluewater drop represents this color and is the color of Deceit and Intellect. It helps in strengthening the card to be drawn out, this also helps by countering and negating the opponent, it has a flying creature that has the special power and cannot be blocked by the opponent.
The black skull represents this color and is the color of Decay and Death. The main role of black color is that its strengths and destroys the opponent, it can force the opponent to discard the card and make players lose a life.
Red fireball represents this color and is the color of Fury and Chaos. Red color has great power and gives direct damage to opponents and also destroy artifacts and lands.
The green tree represents this color and is the color of Life and Nature. Green color can regenerate creatures from the graveyards and has powerful creatures with Trample.
Nissa, who shakes the world
Nissa, who shakes the World is a very powerful card and belong to Green which can regenerate creature but this card has extra power as compared to others.
The text printed on the card is as follows;
Whenever you tap a Forest for mana, add Green.
Put three +1/+1 counters on up to one target noncreature land you control. Untap it. It becomes a 0/0 Elemental creature with vigilance and haste that’s still a land.
−8: You get an emblem with “Lands you control have indestructible.” Search your library for any number of Forest cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.
This card comes under the Legendary planeswalker – Nissa and its reality are rare. The card number allotted to it is 169. The cost of this card is $10.36 only.