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The opponents you are facing are special Encounters in the campaign. When you did your first encounter, there should have been a popup telling you that Encounters are specifically designed this way in order to help you improve your skill at facing specific strategies. These matches are specifically labeled with Encounter in front of the name of the match, ...


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To unlock those decks, go to any campaign map, and click on the icon on the bottom right to go to a menu where you can unlock and fight various planeswalkers. Each of them uses a pretty good deck, including mind maze.


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In the normal tabletop card-game, if there are multiple creatures blocking one creature, it's the attacking-player who gets to choose what order to assign the damage. In Magic 2012: DotP, when you are the attacker, by default the computer chooses an order for you (to keep the game "simple"). You can however change it so that you get to decide the order ...


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The easiest, yet by far most cheap and tedious, way to unlock this is to go to the Weather the Storm encounter in Shandalar. Mulligan down to one and then simply don't play anything, not even land. The encounter has no creatures, and can only damage you through the cards you play. As a result, it will simply play a second Aether Storm as soon as it can ...


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The cards that are in MTG: Origins and are not in Duels are the following, sorted by color: White: Aven Battle Priest Charging Griffin Enlightened Ascetic Enshrouding Mist Gideon's Phalanx Hallowed Moonlight Healing Hands Heavy Infantry Mighty Leap Murder Investigation Sentinel of the Eternal Watch Starfield of Nyx Swift Reckoning War Oracle Yoked Ox Blue:...


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There are two ways of getting cards unlocked in the standard M:TG Planeswalker games - you either play through the single player game multiple times with each of the decks, which will eventually unlock everything, or you can pay for the deck unlocks. You can get the full listings of all the cards in the decks that come with the game at http://www.wizards.com/...


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Each of these achievements can be unblocked as from the Return to Ravnica expansion, as I already did unlock all of them since the expansion was released earlier today.


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No, there shouldn't be a way to choose which creature will block first. There is however a possibility to choose a blocking creature to attack first(so if you attack with a 3/4 creature and enemy blocks with 2/2 and 3/2 creatures, YOU can choose which creature to attack first). To enable choosing creatures, you have to enable it in the settings. Go to Help &...


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The easiest way is run the mono blue deck as a hyper-aggro illusion deck. Get rid of all cards that cost more than 4, and load up on as many 1 and 2 drop creatures... Don't run any counterspells/enchantments, or cards that require certain conditions, but ovinize, unsummon, and frost breath are all fine, but everything else should be creatures. Then play ...


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The nature of this challenge is to both amplify the importance of lucky draws and significantly slow your development: the one-mana creatures of e.g. Avacyn's Glory can be played on turn 2 at the earliest, two-mana creatures on turn 3 at the earliest, and three-mana creatures on turn 4 at the earliest—but these three scenarios are mutually exclusive! Each ...


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According to the rules (from Innistrad upwards), the way the damage is assigned is as follows: The owner of the attacking creature chooses the order of blocking creatures which the attacking creature will deal damage to. So if the attacking player has a 10/10 and the defender has one 5/10 and five 5/1 and blocks with all of them (ignore that it's a stupid ...


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I grinded against ENCOUNTER 2 - SKIRSDAG CULTISTS. Basically you mulligan for an easy first couple of turns and a board clear spell. Don't let the opponent get 6 cultists on the field because they will sacrifice them for a big demon. Although you can potentially let them sacrifice them for a demon if you have hard removal. After you get past the first sac'...


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Because the card pool that's tied to a particular slot somehow incorporates the account name in the seed for the randomization function the game uses for creating your sealed pool, if you're playing on a platform that allows you to change your username, it may be possible to delete the sealed deck data on your platform, change your username, and open new ...


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Just as with MTG Duels of Planeswalker 2013 and 2012(if I remember correctly), you can only mulligan if you have the full version of the game, this option doesn't exist in a free version.


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According to this post on steam, this is what you have to use: Anything enclosed in {} in your Steam Profile name will be interpreted by the game as a symbol. The mana symbols are BWRUG (black, white, red, blue and green respectively). X, 0-9, and k-p (lower-case) are colorless mana costs. Various other letters and punctuation produce other symbols, such as ...


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With the free version you can do the tutorial and then the Innistrad plane. The other planes are locked. You can also build a deck from a few booster packs, 5 or 6 if I remember right, and "test" it against an AI deck that does nothing but summon 1/1 fliers over and over. The Innistrad plane consists of 5 battles which you can do repeatedly to unlock the ...


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Basically, what it boils down to is this: There are a preset number of decks in the game. Each deck has a predetermined list of cards that can be unlocked specifically for that deck. As far as customization, you may only add/remove/exchange cards from that deck and its preset list of cards. For example, if you unlock a card in the Apex Predators deck, it ...


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The cards are unlocked in order, from the deck you're currently using. There is no random element. If your deck is fully unlocked, you won't unlock any cards. You can find the decklists and unlock lists here.


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The achievements you mentioned can be unlocked dueling ONLINE as I have unlocked Auramancer in an online battle etc. Completing the Expansion Campaign will unlock the Expansion Revenge Campaign. Defeating the final opponent will unlock Guildmage .


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There can't be any way his Xbox tells him that he needs "IoS 3". I can see on his computer, maybe downloading the Apple version on accident. If he can't get it on his Xbox, and it's not modded, he should contact Microsoft and tell them, especially since if he bought it and it does not work for him.


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no, there is totally no difference between normal and foil cards, except for the looks. In real life the foil cards normally cost a bit more than normal ones, because they are "fancier"


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Foil cards are simply cosmetic items, and do not grant any extra gameplay benefits in game.


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It likely refers to the keyword ability "Kicker". It allows paying an additional cost as one casts a spell in order to get some effect when the spell resolves. For example, Rite of Replication is a Sorcery with a cost of 2 blue mana and two colorless mana, as well as a Kicker cost of 5 colorless mana and has the text, "Put a token onto the battlefield that'...


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This page is the full list of cards in the game. There do not seem to be any Planeswalkers cards. However, the Planeswalkers are actually your opponents. Playing through the story you face opponents such as Chandra and Jace. The likely reason for this is that Planeswalkers are more like players than any other spell. In fact, when playing, you are a ...


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Alright, I have it on PS3, the only way I've found to make a new sealed deck for free is to go into the save data utility in the game tab and delete the "magic" save file. Downside, this will also delete your campaign and player stats, but it will open up the chance for more sealed draws for free.


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I assume your Sliver is already on the board. Final Reward needs to target a creature on the board. Crystaline Sliver's shroud ability makes it that your Slivers can't be targeted. So because you can't target Slivers, you can't remove it with Final Reward. If you want to remove the Sliver, you would need something that doesn't target (like a Wrath of God)...


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I personally have have the PC version, but I assume the menus are structured the same way. From the main menu, go to "Help and Options", then the first bubble, "Settings" Go to the farthest right page, titled "Advanced" and there should be an option called "Auto Land" Uncheck that option to allow you to manually choose your lands. Now in the PC version you ...


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Go to the application info screen and clean it. Then use another character name.


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The sealed cards are attached to your account. No amount of deleting will change your cards, you will always get the same ones. They made it this way so you would need to buy more slots if you are unhappy with your two decks. Believe me, I already tried.


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