Jadiri Gamer Fandomfare Gaming Wednesday MTG Arena Green and Red Tokens come marching in two by two hurrah Daily Event Today Magic deck of the day Colors Red and Green mayhem let see if we can get over this hump in one or maybe two pieces there are pack still to win gold and rank .wow this was strong on the fly deck build if nothing else it was a die-hard that went the distance even when it was clearly outmatched,
Really needed a topnotch day and deck like today it has been a while we didn't win them all don't need to just need to win or die hard.
this little Reg and Green Deck It may need some tweaks but it clearly kicked butt deck of the day and it sure did coming marching in when it was needed. we haven't moved in the rank up as much as we normally would partly because we had fewer hours to play but mainly because we had to give up that battle for rank the issues with the game were making it no fun all frustration it all served no point and really not helpful in the live game streaming.
MTG Arena Green and Red Tokens come marching in two by two hurrah
clearly kicked butt deck of the day and it sure did coming marching in when it was needed.
Token Decks are not usually powerhouses but they can build our Force number quickly for defense and offense, the name of the game is to keep pushing forward relentlessly with the same theme multiple as the game move on.
WAR OF THE SPARK
War of the Spark is one of the most ambitious sets in Magic: The Gathering‘s history, and it’s as true for tabletop as it is for MTG Arena. Implementing 36 planeswalkers (plus one Buy-a-Box Tezzeret) across different rarities was no small feat. Outside of the technical requirements necessary for so many new abilities (activated, static, and everything in between) we also wanted to improve and polish how planeswalkers work in MTG Arena since we have it good authority you’ll be seeing more of them on the battlefield. As a prime example, with the April update when you select “Attack with All” while your opponent controls a planeswalker, you will now be prompted to select which target instead of defaulting to your opponent. We’ve also made it clearer whether or not you’ve already activated a planeswalker this turn, and other small visual improvements are all intended to make the board state clearer to understand (as we imagine we’ll be seeing a lot more planeswalkers on the battlefield in the coming weeks).