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Magic the Gathering! the Best Websites and Factoids [Paperback]

Sandy Van Densen
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January 2002 Direct Hits
This unique Internet guide will help new players and accomplished ones find the best sites for deck building, purchasing decks and invididual cards, advice on killer decks and much much more. Compiled by a fan and player, MTG: The Best Websites and Factoids is a great resource for anyone intereted in the game.

Looking for the best websites? Let Lightning Rod draw you in the right direction. You’re tired of aimlessly searching the web. You’re sick of garbled search engine descriptions. You’ve tried checking out webrings but what good are they if half the sites offer the same information?

Our guides list names, URL addresses and concise descriptions of the best sites on a topic. We only list the best-designed, most easily navigated and most easily understood sites that offer unique or exclusive information. The text in the guide is in a clear, large font for easy reading and copying into any web browser. Plus, you’ll find great factoids right here without ever having to sign on! Vital information and fascinating facts about your favorite topic. For newbies and experts alike, we give you factoids that everyone should know or be reminded of. No rumors here — just the better-than-fiction facts.

Lightning Rod guides are compiled by fans, not computers. Regularly updated and revised, our guides are simple, straight-forward and unofficial — there’s no corporate interest driving our lists. Say goodbye to annoying search engine descriptions and say hello to a whole new way to surf the web.


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About the Author

Sandy Van Densen and Loriann DeGiacomo are the compilers for nearly a dozen Internet Guides.

Series editor Talis Pelucir is the author of The Farscape Episode Guide for Season One: An Unofficial, Independent Guide with Critiques and The Farscape Episode Guide for Season Two: An Unofficial Independent Guide with Critiques. He is also the compiler of more than a dozen Direct Hits! Internet guides.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good! Oct. 8 2002
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Format:Paperback
Magic is the best game ever, and this book definitely tries to capture and review all the best sites on the net. They even sort them by type of site - the deckbuilding section is prime. Would be better if there were screen shots, but that's probably a legal thing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I never knew these things were out there July 26 2004
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I've found price guides online before, but half the other websites I never even thought to look for. I'm glad I got this book. There was lots of interestng information.
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good! Oct. 8 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Magic is the best game ever, and this book definitely tries to capture and review all the best sites on the net. They even sort them by type of site - the deckbuilding section is prime. Would be better if there were screen shots, but that's probably a legal thing.
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