Chaos Mystery box Two-Headed Giant

Rare Precon decks (Rath to Odyssey) + Random M12-M14=Fun!

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The Mystery Box Goes Old School!!

Once in a while we get to do something weird and fun, and this is one of those times. We managed to get our hands on a cool collection of old preconstructed decks from Mirage through Odyssey! So this will be a special version of our old favorite the mystery box. Each player will reach in and get a random, preconstructed deck and 2 random packs from M12, M13 or M14 to round the precon's out. This is a great way to get a taste of old school magic, or get a flash back to when you first got started.

Two headed giant's are tons of fun and best way EVER for bringing in people who haven't felt comfortable playing before. It works great for significant others, buddies who want to check it out, or just friends who want to play.

$23 each player starting at 4 pm- build decks until play begins at 5:30

About Two Headed Giants

Two-headed giants are a team Magic the Gathering event. Teams usually comprise of buddies, parent/kid combos, and a lot of couples. Both players play together, sharing a life total, showing each other their cards, consulting with each other and playing at the same times. Because of that it is both great social fun, and probably the best way for a new player, or someone who is just curious what their buddy/kid/or SO likes so much about the game to get a chance to try without feeling any pressure to know all (or any) of the rules. Think of it like tandem get all the fun, without having to worry about when to pull the rip-cord.(It is particularly great for Moms or Dads who want to have a really cool date night with their kids. This event is a GREAT way for parents to figure out what this thing the kids are doing is anyway, and for the kids to get a chance to be the ones who know what is going on for a change. ;-)Because you play as a team and can help each other out, the kid gets to be the smart one for a change, and the parent gets to play without needing to worry about "doing it wrong". love having their mom or dad help them try and beat another team.)

Each player (head) gets 4 packs and shares them with their partner to make two 40 card decks, one for each player . You'll have plenty of cards to use to make interesting decks with that number of packs, and the cards you open are yours to keep. Teams play 3 matches against other teams (since the team starts with 30 life instead of twenty, it is a single game...they usually last anywhere from 25-50 minutes.) If you win a round, each team gets two prize packs. If you lost, you will most likely be paired up with someone else who had the same type of night, so it tends to balance itself out.

D20 tends to be a friendly place to play, and the Two-headed Giants are particularly so. We have great players who take pride in making other players feel welcome and remembering that it's a game, its played for fun. ;-)

Frequently asked Questions

What is it?: Two-Headed Giant Magic Tournament. (Two players on the same team, sharing life and playing in parallel against other teams of players)

Do I need to know what I'm doing?: Since both players play at the same time and can show each other their cards, as long as one of the two players knows what they are doing, nothing is required of the other player. It is the best, most fun way to learn the game.

Do we need to make and bring our own decks? Nope. This is what is called a sealed deck tournament, which basically means that each team gets a fixed number of packs (8) of Magic cards to build the two decks used to play in the tournament.

When is is and how long does it go? Get packs as early as 4 pm, starts at 5:30 and the last match usually ends by 8:30 (if not earlier).

We also run kid friendly drafts for 9-14 year olds the first and third Saturdays of each month at 5:30m and adult FNM at 6:45 on Fridays. 510-522-2109.

MTG, Magic the Gathering, Friday Night Magic, FNM

Chaos Mystery box Two-Headed Giant

Saturday, March 29th 2014 at 4-9:30pm

2311 Santa Clara Ave.


For more information, visit the event page on Eventbrite.