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While in Pauper Magic only common cards are legal, in Peasant a deck may contain up to 5 uncommon cards and the rest must be common. Peasant Magic was created by Rob Baranowski who felt that players with limited access to cards should still have an opportunity for competitive play. Tournaments for this format have taken place at Gen Con since 2001. However, the original banned list is considered to be outdated and most tournaments are played by the rules of the largest active Peasant community.
External Links[edit | edit source]
- (en) Peasant Magic by Robert Baranowski
- (fr) http://mtg-peasant.com, ( top8, official rules, deck validator, card rarity checker ) by Guillaume Valet
- (en) MTGO tournament
- (en) top 8 in Netherlands
- (fr) rules and banlist in france
- To Check if your deck is legal, you can go to http://mtg-peasant.com/valideck