Boston Magic: the Gathering Examiner David Leavitt highlights the “must own” commons from Wizards of the Coast’s Magic 2012 Core Set M12 in his latest article at Magic on a Budget.
“Looking to play with cards from the Magic 2012 Core Set but on a limited budget? Start by picking up these must own commons from M12 first, then advance onto the must own uncommons and must own rares. There are several commons from M12 that no Magic: the Gathering player should be without.
There’s simply no excuse for not owning these must have commons from M12. Not only are their prices very affordable, you’ll also be playing with them for years to come.”
Mana Leak, Incinerate, and Gideon’s Lawkeeper are just a few of the Magic the Gathering cards that make the list of “must own” commons from the Magic 2012 Core Set.
Want to know what other M12 commons make the cut? You can read the full article here on MagicOnABudget.com.
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Magic 2012 Core Set Intro Packs:
Sacred Assault, Blood and Fire, Entangling Webs, Mystical Might, Grab for Power
Magic 2012 Core Set card lists:
White card list, Blue card list, Black card list, Red card list, Green card list, Artifact and Land card list
Check out Magic’s latest expert expansion set New Phyrexia:
An interview with New Phyrexia’s lead designer Ken Nagle
New Phyrexia Event Decks & Intro Packs:
Rot from Within, War of Attrition, Ravaging Swarm, Life for Death, Feast of Flesh, Devouring Skies, and Artful Destruction.
New Phyrexia card lists:
White card list, Blue card list, Black card list, Red card list, Green card list, Gold card list, Artifact card list, Land card list
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