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Michael J. Flores Deckade: 10 Years of Magic: The Gathering Strategy and Commentary (English Edition) Format Kindle


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Longueur : 1285 pages Composition améliorée: Activé Langue : Anglais

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10 years of decks, thoughts and theory!
For over a decade Michael J. Flores has been using the internet to write about Magic: The Gathering. As the game has grown so has Mike's voice. Today he is one of the game's leading theorists and deck designers. He writes weekly columns for two different websites, including the official site of the game, provides color commentary for the game's webcasts.
For the first time since Mike's output is being collected into a print collection that starts in 1995 and continues through his 2005 work. All of his seminal theories and decks are included in this massive 700 page tome; from 'Investment' to 'How We All Learned to Break the Rule of Four' to 'Silver Bullets' to 'The Philosophy of Fire'.
If it appeared on the old Usenet boards, The Magic Dojo, Neutral Ground, Brainburst, or Star City Games it is all collected in "Deckade" with new commentary by Michael J. Flores and introductions by some of the top names in Magic.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2859 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 1285 pages
  • Editeur : Top8Magic.com; Édition : 1 (1 février 2006)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B003ZSHQ3I
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9cf636d8) étoiles sur 5 9 commentaires
15 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9d0e4e9c) étoiles sur 5 A Unique History of Magic 21 août 2010
Par Steve - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you are interested in the history of Magic: the Gathering at all, then you should purchase Deckade ASAP. Deckade is essentially 10 years, and many hundreds of pages, of articles about Magic from the mind of Mike Flores.

The entries here span the range from tournament report to deck tech, from set review to talk of high-level strategy. Mike's sharp wit, surrounding cast of characters, love of the game, and evolution as a strategist comes through on every page. There are countless awesome articles compiled here. Some of my personal favorites include Investment, Who Comes in Ninth?, The True History of PT Junk, Return of the King, Magic: the Intangibles, and of course the classic Who's the Beatdown?

I own the physical Deckade and have read it many times. I frequently pull it out just to re-read and article or two, and then find myself reading tournament reports late into the night. The content is fantastic, and I would give the physical copy of Decade 5 stars - but I give the Kindle version only 3. There are two major shortcomings: the price and a missing table of contents.

Personally I have no problem paying $25 for a book like this, but I know that for a lot of people that's very steep. I've never even paid more than $10 for any one book on my Kindle, so this is a pretty big step up. As for the missing table of contents, this is just completely inexcusable - and makes the book much, MUCH more difficult to enjoy. I want to be able to skip around and find my favorite articles easily, not be forced to slug it out with the Kindle's search function and my own memory.

Hopefully there's some way for them to fix the table of contents issue, and I'll gladly revise this review!
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9cd59ad4) étoiles sur 5 Bad Kindle version of a great book 10 janvier 2012
Par Jimbobeth - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First off, the actual content of this book is first rate. I own a paper copy and was very happy to see this book on Kindle and immediately bought it again. It contains most of Mike Flores writing back to 1995. The earliest stuff can be fairly forgettable (usenet posts and so on) but his later writings are among the best pieces on Magic ever.

However I am very disappointed in the Kindle version. Its very difficult to navigate throughout this book. Its a large collection of articles but its a real pain to try and find a particular article as there is NO table of contents or navigational aids of any kind. It is essentially nothing more then the contents of the paper book dumped into one long continuous stream. To add insult to injury the utterly useless paper table of contents is also included.

As a Kindle book this book isn't worth its price which is a real pity given the quality of the writing.
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HASH(0x9cfffa20) étoiles sur 5 Fabulous review of Magic! 7 décembre 2011
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you are interested in the history of Magic and love great writing this is the book for you! It is a book you will return to again and again which is why it;s such a good idea to have it on Kindle. The hard copy is rather bulky to carry around.
HASH(0x9cd59aa4) étoiles sur 5 Flores is only a reasonably good writer (and he started out considerably worse) 17 décembre 2014
Par Tobias J Sterling - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is tricky to review. In all honesty, Flores is only a reasonably good writer (and he started out considerably worse), and many of the articles in this volume are so specific to a particular time, metagame or cardset that they don't make for interesting reading now in 2014. Add to that the fact that they are almost all riddled with tedious references to friends, obscure in-jokes, and non-MtG stuff like his taste in music (seriously Flores, no-one cares), and you have what is objectively a pretty bad book.

I skipped laaarge chunks of it.

...And yet...If you are a long time MtG player, or if you were (and if you aren't or weren't, why in the hell are you even looking at this), there is still a lot to enjoy here. Some of the articles are actually very good, and the trip down MtG-memory-lane that I took for a weekend was a pleasant experience. It's far too expensive, but I nonetheless I don't regret the purchase: I probably couldn't have taken that trip in any other way.
HASH(0x9cd5ae58) étoiles sur 5 This is not the MTG book you're looking for 19 septembre 2014
Par RickB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a huge fan of Mike Flores articles. I've enjoyed reading his thoughts on Magic:The Gathering strategy for many years. Unfortunately, this book is basically nothing more than a collection of posts and emails he has produced over the years in chronological order.

That might sound intriguing as I expected some insider aspect to his thoughts to coalesce, but that never really came across to me.

Quite frankly, it just doesn't make for good reading.
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