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Send us a buck and we will send a bunch of Magic The Gathering cards.

We partner with small card shops and individuals who have stopped playing magic that want to give back to the Magic community. All of the Magic cards have been played and are considered used. Card condition will vary from depending on age of card. Cards do not come with sleeves. All that we ask is that you send us $1.00 for the cost of the envelope and shipping. We promise that you will receive a great assortment of free cards!

If you are looking into growing your Magic card collection or creating a cube then you have found the right place…simply mail $1.00 with your mailing address to:

Cartel Circuit
Free Magic Cards
2586 3rd Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119

Please allow 2-3 weeks to receive your free Magic The Gathering Cards. All cards are shipped USPS. Unless prior arrangements are made via email cards can only be shipped to within the United States.

Glad that you asked! You will get an assortment of free magic cards from all over the world. You could receive cards in different languages, commons, rares, uncommons. Please note that you cannot request certain cards or colors. We typically send 5-10 cards per envelope but often stuff the envelope until it’s full. Our card selection changes daily so keep sending those envelopes.

Check out how one dedicated card collector grew his collection from nothing to something. Thanks for the image, Erik!

crystal shared book cover

If you aren’t familiar with Robert Anthony Salvatore first book The Crystal Shard: The Legend of Drizzt, Book 4 spend a weekend and give it a read and you’ll be surprised out how many Magic cards that Salvatore inspired through this book.

crystal shard magic card

Sometimes a deck can be a brilliant innovation, fun to play, have seeming strategic dominance over the field, and be completely the wrong choice to play. This is Crystal Witness, from Matteo Cirigliano in 2004’s Mirrodin Block Constructed.

I don’t want to take anything away from this brilliant blue-green concoction. It has creatures with comes-into-play abilities. It has card drawing and permission. It reuses those creatures with Crystal Shard until you’re happily bouncing and replaying and destroying everything your opponent has over and over and over. Somewhere around turn fourteen, your opponent might realize they can’t possibly beat your Eternal Witness when it comes into play for the eighth straight turn.

But… let’s be real for a second. Is this deck Affinity? No, it is not. Affinity was totally legal in Mirrodin Block Constructed at the time (well, not Skullclamp), and this deck has zero cards with Affinity or that kill the opponent for one mana. Instead, it has eleven maindeck artifact removal spells and more in the sideboard.

Is it going to beat Affinity most of the time? Well… let’s focus on how cool it is, instead. Let’s block their guys with Solemn Simulacrum, activate Triskelion before bouncing it back to our hand, and draw more Viridian Shamans than our opponent has overpowered artifacts.

But somehow, someway, things come together in favor of coolness over power. This deck debuted with a 13-1-1 record at a Grand Prix, the only loss coming in the finals because of… the incredibly overpowered Affinity? Tooth and Nail easily winning on turn four? Its own lack of powerful cards? Nope. It didn’t draw enough lands.

Cards in this Deck:

12 Forest
12 Island
24 lands

4 Eternal Witness
4 Solemn Simulacrum
2 Triskelion
4 Viridian Shaman
14 creatures

3 Annul
4 Condescend
3 Crystal Shard
4 Echoing Truth
4 Oxidize
4 Thirst for Knowledge
22 other spells

1 Annul
2 Duplicant
4 Last Word
4 Tel-Jilad Justice
4 Troll Ascetic
15 sideboard cards

Forward by: Matt Dolge
Written by: Jesse “CAN I GET A WITNESS?” Mason

Looking forward to your comments…

angry hermit mtg

Is that Eddie Vedder with his shirt off peaking out from behind the trees?! Oh wait, that druid has way too many tattoos to be Eddie Vedder and also Eddie isn’t a hermit nor is he angry.

hermit druid mtg card

Combo: Hermit Druid. The second part of the combo is untapping with Hermit Druid.

Being able to cast Demonic Tutor is pretty good, seeing as that card is banned in Legacy, restricted in Vintage, and worse versions of it have become cornerstones of various archetypes. But if your entire library goes into your graveyard… similar things happen. Krosan Reclamation becomes double-Tutor. You suddenly have all these Cabal Therapies to cast. And, better yet, they’re probably dead on the spot, which is somehow even better than casting Cabal Therapy (well, slightly better).

This graveyard deck is, of course, a Reanimator deck. Some games are fairly straightforward: you Exhume a big guy into the dead place, then bring it back to the land of the living where it kills them in short order. Boring. What the cool kids are doing with this deck, though, is returning Sutured Ghoul to play, exiling 20 or more power worth of creatures from the graveyard, and attacking with haste due to the Anger in the graveyard. Angry… Hermit.

In retrospect, this graveyard strategy just seems adorable. Awww, look, it has to jump through hoops to get creatures into play from the graveyard because Dread Return didn’t exist! How precious is that Krosan Colossus, the biggest creature available to it at the time? And don’t you just want to nuzzle the deck and coo to it that one day it’ll grow up big and strong with Dredge cards?

For those of you wondering why this is Angry Hermit pt 2, the original Angry Hermit had Deranged Hermit and burn spells. That is, it had none of the same cards. Great job with the deck names, guys.

Cards in this Deck:

4 Bloodstained Mire
4 City of Brass
2 Darigaaz’s Caldera
4 Forsaken City
4 Llanowar Wastes
1 Mountain
2 Reflecting Pool
1 Tarnished Citadel
1 Underground River
23 lands

2 Anger
1 Avatar of Woe
4 Hermit Druid
1 Krosan Colossus
2 Sutured Ghoul
2 Verdant Force
12 creatures

2 Cabal Therapy
4 Duress
4 Entomb
4 Exhume
1 Krosan Reclamation
4 Mox Diamond
2 Reanimate
4 Vampiric Tutor
25 other spells

1 Addle
3 Chill
4 Defense Grid
1 Engineered Plague
2 Naturalize
1 Phantom Nishoba
1 Ray of Revelation
1 Seal of Removal
1 Swamp
15 sideboard cards

Forward by: Matt Dolge
Written by: Jesse “Double-Tooter” Mason

Build this deck at Card Kingdom.

Looking forward to your comments…