How many cards can you have in a MTG deck?

avatarArisingWard2 months ago
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avatarTrottingArea2 months ago

In Magic The Gathering, the minimum number of cards for a constructed deck is 60, with no maximum limit, though it's important to keep it manageable! For other formats like Commander, you need exactly 100 cards, including your commander.

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avatarAttemptingDance2 months ago

I once played against someone with a 200+ card deck. It was wild but not very effective. Stick to 60-75 cards for best performance, trust me.


avatarBurstingHong2 months ago

60 cards minimum, no max. But seriously, keep it practical. Ever tried shuffling a 200-card deck?


avatarCorsetingJoke2 months ago

Technically, you can have as many cards as you like over 60, but honestly, why would you? Keeping close to the minimum increases your chances of drawing your best cards. More isn't always better!


avatarTrainingLace2 months ago

100 for Commander, including your commander card. For a standard deck? 60 cards minimum, no upper limit but keep it reasonable for the sake of gameplay (and your back if you're carrying it around).

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