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Peter Wiles
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I stumbled across a neat idea for organizing your library, graveyard and exile in game. Seems like it would be a fun little project. Might be a pain to store, though...

http://sinner-playingwithart.blogspot.com/2012/04/magic-gath...
 
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Peter - the matt looks pretty sweet.

But to be honest I am not sure how practical this project might be. It seems like digging cards out of exile or the graveyard might take a bit of effort. And there are lots of effects in the game where you might want to search those stacks.

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Jerry Martin
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It looks neat, but totally not functional.

Now I have all this stuff in the way when I am trying to play, not to mention that my opponent has the right to look through my graveyard and exile to see whats in there.

Neat Idea but unusable.



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Peter Wiles
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Michael Becker wrote:
But to be honest I am not sure how practical this project might be.


Yeah, I totally agree. It was just something I stumbled across in a papercraft site I visit. It struck me as being fun.

I suspect there are those around who hold a higher regard for the visual impact of this kind of thing than its function (I mean, look at the kind of clothes some people wear - fashion often trumps function). So, I think there is probably an audience for something like this.
 
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