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Richard Garfield, a math professor, developed and published the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering (MTG) in 1993. In the game, players use decks of cards featuring creatures, spells, and other abilities to battle against each other. The ultimate goal is to reduce your opponent’s “life total” to zero before they can do the same to you.

MTG has a dedicated following around the world, with regular tournaments held at both the local and international level. The game has also inspired a number of video games, novels, and other media.

MTG proxy cards are customized versions of Magic: The Gathering cards. They are usually made for the purpose of playtesting or for use in casual games.

There are a few reasons why people use MTG proxy cards:

  1. Playtesting: One of the primary reasons for using MTG proxy cards is for playtesting new deck ideas. It can be expensive to buy multiple copies of the same card, so using proxies allows players to try out different strategies without committing to purchasing a large number of cards.
  2. Cost: Some players print MTG proxy cards to save money on purchasing cards. Authentic Magic: The Gathering cards can be expensive, particularly if they are rare or hard to find. Using proxies allows players to build decks that include these cards at a lower cost.
  3. Collection building: Some players use MTG proxy cards to complete their collections. If there is a particular card that they are unable to find or afford, they may use a proxy card as a substitute.
  4. Casual play: Some players use MTG proxy cards in casual games with friends, where the focus is more on having fun than on winning tournaments.

MTG proxy cards are generally not allowed in official Wizards of the Coast sanctioned tournaments.

Many FNM groups do allow proxy cards, but house rules may vary.

Check with your playgroup regarding their allowance of proxy cards.

High quality MTG proxy cards like ours are typically made with high-quality printing and card stock, and they closely resemble the original cards in terms of size, weight, and handling.

It’s important to handle and store MTG proxy cards with care to ensure that they remain in good condition. You can store them in card sleeves or a card binder, and handle them gently to avoid damage.

More About Trinket Kingdom

At Trinket Kingdom, we love MTG, but let’s be honest, it can be tough to build a deck with the exact cards you want. It’s expensive! That’s why we started created custom proxy cards. We began by printing them at home, but now we print on one of the premier printing presses in the world using fully customized art and designs.

MTG proxies are a great option for playtesting new deck ideas, saving money on purchasing expensive cards, or adding unique cards to a collection.

Our custom MTG proxy cards are made with high-quality printing and card stock, and they are designed to closely resemble the look and feel of authentic Magic: The Gathering cards. With our custom artwork and design options, you can create a truly unique set of MTG proxy cards that stand out from the rest.