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    Default magic the gathering: dont have enough land

    where can i get more lands for my decks

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    Default Re: magic the gathering: dont have enough land

    The best place would be fat packs. Intro packs also have them, but not as much variety. If you can find old tournament packs (45 random cards plus 30 basic lands), they're your best bet. Still don't know why they got rid of them.
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    Default Re: magic the gathering: dont have enough land

    You can also look around online or just ask some of your friends for cheap deals on a lot of land. Some card shops also offer land bundles, just so you know.

    As a MTG player myself, who shares his collection with a friend, there is a point you can almost have too much land. Seriously, shoebox full of them, organized too.
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