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Online vs Physical[edit source]

I realize that the MTGO pauper community is currently larger than the physical one, but pauper has been around since before the advent of MTGO. I remember formats that nearly everyone I talked to knew about, like: Highlander (another name for singleton, the Highlander page is partially incorrect), Monster Mash (only creatures and basic lands), Pauper (many just called it "all commons"), and others. This article, however makes it seem as though it's a concept that was created with MTGO, which it is not.

The difference between online and physical is mainly that the online format is an official format. The physical format is simply something one can play. But there are no official banlists etc. You can try to make it more clear that people played pauper before MTGO. - Yandere Sliver H09 symbol.png 16:09, 13 July 2016 (UTC)