Magic the Gathering at d20
This is the place for everything to do with Magic the Gathering at d20. Below you will find updates about the latest events, the newest Magic products, and community news. You’ll also find a list of helpful links that can help you get involved with the Magic community at d20 and help make sense of some of the wider Magic community. Lastly, you’ll find a contact section where you can ask questions and get in touch.
Here is a rundown of our events in the next month.
Depending on the format and the type of event prices are subject to change. Event that include premium products are likely to be considerably more than other events. A rough guide to our pricing is as follows:
Casual gaming (no prizes or promos): £1 per hour per person
Constructed events: £7 per person (£3 for d20 members) includes promos and prizes.
Draft events: £17.50 per person, includes product, promos and prizes. Draft events for non-standard sets may cost more.
Sealed: £30 per person, includes product, promos and prizes. Sealed events for non-standard sets may cost more.
Pre-release: Although essentially a sealed event we offer a special £25 price per event, per person. Include products, prizes and promos.
Other events in different formats will have their own pricing
All pricing for events is available beforehand and please get in contact or check our social media for more details.
Sunday 31st – Special commander halloween format! Details to come.
You NEED to let us know if you are coming to one of these events as space is limited at events for everyone’s safety. Please use the above form and make sure you get a confirmation email. If you have any issues, please either call on 01923 800 420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticketed events may have their own event pages. Check our EVENTS page for more details.
Check out our shop for a full selection of Magic products and other tabletop games. Products also available in-store!
Our community is an everchanging group of wonderful people from a wide range of backgrounds. There is a lot of players represented a wide range of formats. We run events most weeks, including Friday night Magic and regular tournament and release events.
Our events are organised and managed by our lovely team of event organisers:
Andrew works at the café as a manager and has been playing Magic since War of the Spark (May, 2019) and is still a relatively new player. He plays Standard and Commander, and his favourite format is Draft. His Guild is GRUUL! Be sure to talk to him if you have any questions about the community.
There are other event organisers, just need to ask their permission before putting them on the website, watch this space!
If you think you would like to help run Magic events, please do not hesitate to get in contact. Talk to Andrew or contact the cafe directly.
d20 Magic Facebook Group
d20 Discord, check out the Magic and Commander channels.
Casual – Casual events are what you might expect. There is no prescribed format and no tournament structure. You’ll usually find a mix of formats being played, most commonly Commander. If you want to play a specific format, be sure to communicate with other players ahead of time so they know what to bring. Casual events typically only cost the concession charge for playing games, which you can find out more about here. We might give out promos but there are no prizes given out at casual events.
Commander: Commander is Magic’s most popular multiplayer format. More info here: https://magic.wizards.com/en/content/commander-format
Standard: The simplest way to play with only the newest cards. More info here: https://magic.wizards.com/en/content/standard-formats-magic-gathering
Draft: Create a smaller deck by passing packs and play games. More info here: https://magic.wizards.com/en/game-info/gameplay/formats/booster-draft
Sealed: Create a deck from 6 sealed packs and play games. More info here: https://magic.wizards.com/en/game-info/gameplay/formats/sealed-deck
Pioneer/Modern/Legacy/Vintage: Games played with decks constructed from a portion of the cards available in Magic’s history. More info here:
Pauper: Games played with decks constructed from only common rarity cards. More info here: https://magic.wizards.com/en/game-info/gameplay/formats/pauper
And many more!
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