Okay, so, first off Patrick Chapin looks like a complete badass. Now, that said The book is terrific, but taking a long tour through a 20 year. pages, Downloadable PDF. $ Add to Cart. Next Level Deckbuilding. Next Level Deckbuilding by Patrick Chapin "The Innovator" is a must-read for. production; higher mana consumption costs require more mana production. There are also lands that at any stage in the game. .. “Next Level Deckbuilding.
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Next Level Deck Building Patrick Chapin Pdf Download. Okay, so I haven't bought or read it yet, but that's actually why I'm starting this thread. I saw it over at diadurchgakiddto.gq and I am excited about. So I was on starcity looking up cards for a deck but an add in there news feed thingy came up and it caught my attention. It was for a PDF of the.
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Recommended Posts. Posted February 9, Not sure if this is allowed but I uploaded Patrick Chapins ebook http: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted August 13, Does anyone have this one on a currently live link? I also want this. I'll probably download this and read this when I get home. I'm really interested to see what he's written. Definitely my favorite commentator on the SCG coverage team.
The link doesn't work because it is a year old and its been taken down. I have it and can email it to you. I had been taking TCGs serious for awhile before topping. I just started to think differently about things Anyone have his new book? The Deckbuilding one?
I have it. Message me your email address.
Posted August 14, I'll message you. Thanks guys. Posted August 15, I want it. I want it give me your email. I get it you know a lot of famous magic players, good for you.
I feel like I spent more time reading or rather skipping past the names of player names than I did actual magic strategy and theory. Dec 12, Kevin rated it liked it. A decent enough analysis of some of the ideas about becoming a successful competitve master level plyaer, but I found this book a little TOO general at times.
Perhaps it's because it talks a lot about cards that were iomportant at the time of writing, but which I haven't really seen, as I started back into the hobby after this book was released. Also, I felt that there isn't anything here I couldn't have learned and probably already have read in online articles.
Still, it's always good to get A decent enough analysis of some of the ideas about becoming a successful competitve master level plyaer, but I found this book a little TOO general at times. Still, it's always good to get another persepctive. Nov 10, Brandon Pierson added it. This book or graphic novel was an in depth guide about MTG gameplay theory, and strategy. It has a good balance of visuals, versus text, to give readers a visual aid while reading. This book attack the game at all angles, and while that is a daunting task, Patrick Chapin has the experience to do that.
Anyone wanting to get better at MTG should read this, or if you like similar games, since game theory is universal.
Apr 25, Stefano Black rated it liked it Recommends it for: Competitive Magic players. A nice solid framework for thinking more clearly about deckbuilding and lines of play in MTG, from one of the game's greats. One lesson here actually hit home for me in many areas of life: But if you aim to be perfect at it, then falling short means you're only amazing.
Jun 28, Danii Nebot rated it it was ok. As much as I love getting insight from one of the game's most insightful minds mr. Chapin, "the innovator" the truth is this feels more like a collection of Magic articles than a honest book. Also, the chapters dealing with limited, focused in Shards of Alara block, are obviously horribly outdated.
Just skip this one and go read Next Level Decibuilding! Oct 31, linuxmuso rated it really liked it Shelves: Chapin definitively hits the mark on all aspects in playing the game of Magic. I will be using this book in the future as a good resource when my game needs a little more pep in it's step.
Well worth the download! Aug 13, William Orellana santamaria rated it really liked it. The book deals with very general ideas on game strategy. I liked it. As many cards mentioned are part of legacy or modern decks, it was at times confusing. All in all, it is a good read for Magic the gathering noobs like myself.
Nov 10, Lyle Carating rated it liked it.
Dec 26, Michael Koppelman rated it really liked it. Awesome and mind-opening. Feb 07, Meranda rated it really liked it. I'm probably going to do a thorough review of this book at some point, given there seems to be so few floating around the net. Feb 22, Chris Conrey rated it liked it.
Not mad that I read it, but It's definitely a little dated compared to what's out there now. Blake Porter rated it it was amazing Dec 21, James Hrom rated it really liked it Oct 30, Chris Nowak rated it it was amazing Apr 22, Matt rated it really liked it Feb 28, Alex rated it it was amazing Jan 26, Stephan Juchatz rated it really liked it Jun 22, Tom rated it it was ok Apr 28, Patryk Piesiak rated it it was ok Oct 28, Evgeni Kaymashki rated it liked it Feb 11,