Está en inglés, porque el video del que tomé las notas está en inglés. Y se me hace más sencillo en muchas ocasiones resumir en inglés.
«For a brief period, some time ago, I observed how people eagerly palyed for hours a card game known as Magic, the gathering.
I just went through a series of 6 Youtube videos, to unfinally make some research on it and ultimately understand how it's played, and hence why is it seem interesting for their passionate players.
This is a mere container to place my notes.
ToC (Types of Cards)
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Permanent.
·Lands. Supply Mana.
·Creatures > types. D/T: Damage (Deals / Takes)
·Artifacts. Consumes Mana. No spec colour.
·Items. Consumes Mana. Requires tapping.
·Equipment. Attachable (for a cost i.e. consumes mana).
·Enchantments. Consumes Mana (specific color).
·Abilities (No Mana Consumed).
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Acts of wizardy (Non permanent)
·Sorcery. Expires at a round, command actions to be taken.
·Instant (AKA spells). Turn independent. Counter attack.
draw (reload hand: 7 cards up)
·1st – (play land: one per a turn; play spell). Opponent can activate activities / play instants.
·Combat – (goal: draw opponents life from 20 to 0,
BoC (Beginning of Combat, defined by card),
dec ATK (declare, then tapping them),
dec BLK (no tap required),
DMG: unblocked cards deal dmg to player (Act ability+instants at any time). EoC (End of Combat, defined by card)
·2nd – (play land: one per a turn; play spell). Opponent can activate activities / play instants.
End (chance to perform: Act ability, instants),
Clean Up (trim hand to 7 cards; dmg heals and effects are off).»