Last week we published an introduction to the world of Magic: The Gathering via the handy primer that is Magic Duels. This week, we've got a new challenge for everyone to enjoy — and new prizes to win.
If you haven't come across the world of Magic: The Gathering, or you're looking for a little more complexity from a card game, we've got a three minute guide to help you get started in the world of digital Magic.
Once you've gotten started, the next step on your Magic Duels journey is progressing through the story mode. But once you've finished Gideon's campaign, you'll have to contend with the increased difficulty of the rest of the story mode.
There are a few difficult battles throughout, including a fight with the discarding nightmare that is Jace and the frustrating enchantments of Erebos's Titan. But if you're struggling, or just want an easy guide to dealing with the bosses of Magic Duels, we've put together a three minute walkthrough for you all. And if you want a chance to win some of the prizes we have on offer, you can download Magic Duels for free from Steam or other platforms via the Wizards of the Coast website.
Here's a quick guide to beating the bosses of Magic Duels:
The Kotaku Magic Duels Challenge: Week 2
Now that you've gotten started, it's time for our second challenge. We've got 1000 in-game coins up for offer this week, which you can use to buy more cards and booster packs that can power up your decks for solo or online play. All you have to do is win a game with a Planeswalker on the board. It's that easy.
To claim your reward, post 100 words or less about your victory, along with a screenshot, in the comments below. You’ll also need to link your Customer Service ID (CSID). You can find that by going to the Customer Service tab in Help & Options from the main menu.
As well as the in-game coins, we've also got 8 physical packs to give away for those who take part. We're specifically looking for entries that show dedication and or a little fun! Each of the prize packs includes:
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