Magic: The Gathering - DotP 2014
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Magic: The Gathering - DotP 2014

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There are a maximum of 38 Magic: The Gathering - DotP 2014 achievements (30 without DLC) worth 679 (500)

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Master of Magic in Magic: The Gathering - DotP 2014

Master of Magic26 (20)

Offline Game Mode - These achievements require play in game modes that do not require a connection to any live services, such as Xbox Live.Single Player - These achievements can be obtained using a single controller. Unlock every deck

Achievement Guide for Master of Magic

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JORAX
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JORAX
Achievement won on 22 Jun 13
TA Score for this game: 679
Posted on 24 June 13 at 22:30, Edited on 24 June 13 at 22:31
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Most of the decks are unlocked by playing through the campaign. I used the red deck "Fireweave" through the early parts of the game until I unlocked the white deck "Avacyn's Glory" (AG from now on) and used it the rest of the way. Unlocking AG was the hardest fight for me as it comes out fast and hits harder than you might think for a white weenie deck. You are of course free to use whatever decks suit you best - and in some cases the matchups will heavily favor specific decks, but I found speed was my greatest ally in many fights, and AG has it in spades!

During the campaign playthrough you will unlock all but 3 of the decks - and those can be found by fighting in the Planeswalker Duels. These are found in the large circle at the bottom of each Plane's level selection screen (doesn't matter which plane you enter from, it takes you to the same place). In here are 5 duels - 2 against your initial Green and Red decks, and 3 others that unlock the blue "Mind Maze," white "Guardians of Light," and black "Deadwalkers" decks. I beat 4 of these 5 fights with AG, and then used Fireweave against Mind Maze and the direct damage really beat up on the illusions that it likes to cast.
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