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Preparation Outline: Demonstrative Speech Name: John Purdy Title: How to play Magic: the Gathering Specific Purpose: To give the audience a basic understanding of the game and how to play it. Thesis: In this presentation, I will explain the rules of the game, the basic turn steps, and other relevant information to the audience. Visual Aids: PowerPoint with examples Introduction: Magic the Gathering was first invented in 1993 by Richard Garfield, and is published by Wizards of the Coast. In this game, the player takes the role of a Planeswalker (someone with the power to travel across the different worlds or planes of existence). There are currently over 19,000 unique cards in the game.
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Unformatted text preview: Body I. Main Point – Basic rules of the game A. Winning and losing 1. Life total 2. Alternate win conditions B. Card colors and types C. Casting spells Transition/Preview – Playing the game II. Main Point – Turn order A. Untap, Upkeep, Draw B Main phase C. Combat D. Main phase II, end step Transition/Preview – Advanced strategies and games III. Advanced A. Color combos 1. Two colors 2. Three colors B. Formats 1. Standard 2. Modern 3. Vintage/Legacy 4. Commander (EDH) C. Playing with others Conclusion – Using the information provided in this presentation, it is my hope that you all will give this wonderful card game a try....
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