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    Default magic the gathering what do you do with an empty hand?

    what do you do with an empty hand

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    Default Re: magic the gathering what do you do with an empty hand?

    Absolutely nothing special.
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    Default Re: magic the gathering what do you do with an empty hand?

    so I just draw 7 new cards?

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    Default Re: magic the gathering what do you do with an empty hand?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seismic View Post
    so I just draw 7 new cards?
    No. You just have an empty hand.
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    Default Re: magic the gathering what do you do with an empty hand?

    that doesn't sound fair? because you are basically gonna lose the game if you have no more cards and other player is beating on you so I dont stand a chance (thats what happened today and yeah he also said i dont get to draw but wanted to check here)

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    Default Re: magic the gathering what do you do with an empty hand?

    How is it not fair? Just like normal, you still draw a card every turn, so it's not like you can't do anything. As I said - literally nothing special happens.
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