New York Toy Fair reveals the smallest Magic Duel Deck ever created

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New York Toy Fair reveals the smallest Magic Duel Deck ever created

The product is sold by the brand "Worlds Smallest", known for making miniatures of several classics.

By Diogo, 02/24/20, with help from our readers

The smallest Magic: The Gathering product was revealed at the New York Toy Fair 2020: the smallest Duel Decks in the world - Jace vs. Vraska. The MMCast Magic Podcasts Twitter page shared some photos from the official preview of the tiny Duel Decks:

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Sounds like a joke, but taking a Magic deck on trips just got easier, didn't it? The problem will be getting shields for these cards.
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