Attention testers!! 5 color shell deck instructions

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gdspsp
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Attention testers!! 5 color shell deck instructions

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welcome one, welcome all

thanks to the genius of willow, you can bug test by playing against yourself. how you ask; very simple select 2 player option and then select a deck for player 1 and a deck for player 2. please note that when playing against oneself the program asks both players if they (just you?) would like to interrupt. pay attention to which avatar picture is highlighted so one knows who is being to ask to interrupt.

furthermore i submit a basic 5 color shell deck list for being able to quickly test cards...
2 Badlands (please note: of the 24 lands listed here, 12 will always be able to produce one specific color of mana)
2 Bayou
2 Volcanic island
2 Tundra
2 Underground sea
2 Taiga
2 Scrubland
2 Tropical island
2 Plateau
2 Savannah
4 Glimmervoid (please note: the bury Glimmervoid when no artifacts in play script is broken/does not work)
1 Sol ring (or you can substitute a gilded lotus)
1 Mox Ruby (please note: moxes were submited as a user created set and are available in the user created index)
1 Mox Jet
1 Mox Emerald
1 Mox Sapphire
1 Mox Pearl

** any 40 cards for testing ( i recommend just using 10 specific cards at a quantity of 4 each)

3 ways to run the test after constructing the deck..

1. play the deck against AI as you normally would in 1 player mode
2. play the deck against itself in 2 player mode
3. construct a second shell deck to be prejudice toward the first constructed shell deck (example to color specific cards that target certain color cards: karma, lifeforce, flashfires, etc...) play Deck A against Deck B to test reaction situations.....

any questions please feel free to post....
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