Magic: The Gathering is one of the most successful (and difficult to complete) trading card games out there. While this game can hardly pay you anything for your hard work and dedication, you can learn various skills and develop your character as you play it.
In this article, we’ll only mention some of the beneficial aspects of Magic: The Gathering. In the very game, you are given the role of a wizard, who has a whole army of different spells in his hands. You’ll need “mana” from your gatherings in order to cast any spell.
Lets take a look at some reasons on why you should be playing this game right now.
Improves Your Math Skills
The health bar in your game is actually a sum of the powers of all the cards you have, and your main objective is to cast effective spells and drain the power of your opponent down to zero before he bashes you.
All these additions and subtractions might seem simple, but the amount of awareness the process takes makes it a lot more difficult. You have to do all these things while facing your opponent and accessing his moves beforehand to avoid any fatal damage.
Develops Your Social Skills
In contrast to the videogames that make you antisocial and homesick, Magic: The Gathering on the other hand will require you to physically sit with different players and complete strangers to play. This will help you develop your social skills, meet new people and make new friends everyday.
Play Just For The Fun of It
Magic: The Gathering is not an ordinary game, the probabilities are so many in this game that it is still considered impossible to fully code this game and get it on consoles and mobile phones. This article named Magic: The Gathering” – Too Complex For PC Gaming Motherboards explains all the reasons for this in detail.