San Francisco Magic The Gathering Casual Players
Join us at Pizza Orgasmica, Every Sunday! Beer! Cards! Pizza! Not necessarily in that order!
We are now playing at Pizza Organsmica on Clement and 9th every Sunday. Folks start showing up around 6:00 pm. Look for the nerds playing cards. Everyone is invited.
823 Clement St.
San Francisco, Ca. 94118
Even though people often don't RSVP here, there are always many people who show up and bring fun decks to play. Lately we've been having quite a few folks show up. The more the merrier. Please support our hosts by ordering some pizza and/or beer. $3.00 pints! You can't beat that!
We play many different variants of multiplayer magic. Please, no proxies, or very few if at all possible. 60 card minimum decks, and please make sure your deck is legal in some format. We don't generally play EDH (Commander) but that's only because not everyone has an EDH deck. But if you bring yours, I'm sure someone will be happy to play you with theirs!
We usually play
Duels Star (sometimes called Pentagonal) Anti-Star (New format!) Emperor 2-Headed Giant (or more!) Left-right Attack Assassin Team variants of each of the above! Crazy fun. And More!
Hear what others have to say about the Magic meetup!
"It sucks. These guys bring these crazy-ass decks that always beat my tournament-caliber builds."
"Don't go. These morons think they know how to play magic, but my legacy goblin deck can kill em all. I just have to remember to bring it next time."
"I brought a vintage deck filled with proxy moxes. I won even before my opponents got to take their first turn! How cool is that! Of course, the next game I waited around while everyone destroyed everything i had in quick succession. But that's ok, I had fun!"
If you are looking for websites to help you with deck ideas for casual magic, here are a few that are highly recommended:
Magic Deck Vortex (http://www.magicdeckvortex.com)
Essential Magic (http://www.essentialmagic.com/)
Especially check out the combos page...highly useful for breaking things not meant to be broken.
MTG Salvation (http://www.mtgsalvation.com/)
Especially check out their rumors forum here (http://forums.mtgsalvation.com/forumdisplay.php?f=27). This is where you will find out about upcoming cards and sets and other interesting tidbits.
See you at SF Casual Magic Sundays!