Magic the Gathering Game Guide
- Narrated by: Leigh Townes
- Length: 34 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 12-05-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: HiddenStuff Entertainment LLC.
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Disclaimer:This product is not associated, affiliated, endorsed, certified, or sponsored by Wizards of the Coast. This guide is to be used as a reference and as such does not modify the game in any way. This is a written guide and not a software program.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By PaisleyTurtle on 05-01-15
ALMOST a good beginners guide...
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
The book itself has a lot of good information, but there are a lot of references which require graphics to illustrate which item is referenced. "This is..." statements are useless unless you have a point of reference and there is no PDF or website reference to see what is being mentioned.
What aspect of Leigh Townes’s performance would you have changed?
The pacing is a bit rushed. Sometimes multiple concepts are introduced without enough of a pause to indicate that the discussion items are not related.
What character would you cut from Magic the Gathering Game Guide?
Not a character so much as a precision of thought. There are a number of times where synonymous descriptions are used for the same item/region/type etc. This is pure confusion for someone unfamiliar and may do more to discourage a new player than excite them.
Any additional comments?
The information, as stated before, is good, but useless in this format. If you do not know what is being referenced, you won't be able to follow the information... If you know what is being referenced already, the information only covers things you already know, so it will be unnecessary. It needs a point of reference that allows you to see what the text describes.
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