Uncertain about which format to play? Do this quiz and find out the ideal format for you!
What's your favorite planeswalker among the following?
Narset, Parter of Veils
Liliana of the Veil
None of the options.
Wrenn and Six
What's your budget to invest in Magic cards?
I can spend as sets are released and update my decks constantly.
I'm looking for cheaper options in the competitive scene, and I would like to not spend so much.
As long as I have fun, money isn't an issue.
I spend only what's necessary to complete my deck and only upgrade it when necessary.
What's your preference regarding the complexity of the game's rules and mechanics?
I like to know enough to know what to do and how to deal with the cards I'll face eventually.
The weirder and funnier the mechanic, the better!
I prefer recent mechanics, because the old ones seem obsolete.
I don't care about that. As long as my deck fulfills its goal, that's okay for me.
Choose a card.
The Wandering Emperor.
The One Ring.
Choose a set.
The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth.
Theros Beyond Death
Phyrexia: All Will Be One.
Choose a flavor text.
"It harmonizes with the essence of its master."
"Some worlds possess a hidden core where life's essence constantly surges."
"Unfortunately, all my test animals have died or escaped, so I shall be the final subject. I feel no fear. This is a momentous night."
"You can even try."
What's your preference regarding decks' power curve?
I prefer certain cards to stay behind, so they can give space to new ones, regardless of their power level.
Following up the meta and playing according to how that dictates the rules is more my style.
The stronger, the better! Even if it takes time for me to build my game.
Decks which have the highlight and are strong in the format will always be my preference, after all, if they weren't strong, they wouldn't be there.
Choose a Token.
Where do you prefer to play?
In a competitive event, with prizes on the line.
On my computer through Magic Arena. It is easier and more practical.
In some store, competing in a small tournament.
At my casual "kitchen table" with my friends.
Choose an ability.