So Magic: The Gathering recently put out a Dungeons & Dragons set so I thought it’d be the perfect opportunity to try making adventures using booster packs. I wasn’t sure if it’d actually work, especially given the additional restrictions we put on ourselves but…SPOILERS…it worked great!
Oh, and if you want to look up the cards as we talk about them, here’s where you can do that.
So go to your FLGS, rip open a couple packs of cards, and get ready to be surprised how the restraints push your creativity in surprising directions!
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