Creating your first deck in Wagic

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12 Responses

  1. By_fantasy says:

    Finally I can start to make a good deck

  2. the finisher says:

    nice wololo i just download its my first time playing wagic and im confuse on how to play wagic but ill eventually get it in time.
    keep up the good work wololo

  3. John says:

    Thank you Wololo, I used to play MTG still have the cards tucked away in a drawer! Thanks to you no need to get them out to play, and i don’t need to look for anyone to play a game ;)

    John

  4. HEHE says:

    Thanks, Wololo.

  5. WAGIC-fan says:

    I would like to see an online Wagic tournament in the future. Just an idea.

  6. Azul says:

    @the finisher

    You can find the rules for Magic the Gathering on Wizards of the Coast’s website.

    http://www.wizards.com/Magic/TCG/Article.aspx?x=magic/rules

    The beginner rules will probably give you enough of a handle on the game to play Wagic.

  7. John Rohan says:

    Hey Wololo, I’m a long term user of Wagic, but something I can’t figure out – how do you delete one of your decks?

    Even if I take all the cards out of it, it’s still in the list.

    I could manually delete them in windows explorer, but then I’m afraid I might screw things up in the game.

  8. John Rohan says:

    To clarify, I was asking how does a player delete one of the decks he/she has created?

  9. John Rohan says:

    I have a question – how do you delete your own decks you’ve created from your list?

  10. Diogo Cardoso says:

    I totally translated into Portuguese (Brazilian) wagic the homebrew!
    I am testing and will post as soon as the game developed by you has many Brazilian fans ….
    Thank you!

  11. neptune12100 says:

    Thanks for this, I just downloaded Wagic and I have to say, it’s one of the sharpest-looking homebrew games I’ve seen.

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