Magic: The Gathering (PC)
Magic:The Gathering (- Battlemage -) Well, I seem to be the first to notice that the decks in Magic: the Gathering are simply text files. You can alter thes in pretty much any way you like to create whatever deck you'd like. I haven't messed with it much, but anyone can create a persona and a deck pretty easily. In the 'playdeck' directory, you can simply create a new text file 'player name'.dck. If you follow the structure of the other .dck files, you'll have your deck in no time. Some observations : - I believe the first column of numbers is something that affects the AI, but I haven't touched those, so I'm unsure - The second column is the number of each card you want (i only assume that the total for all of these must be larger than 40) - The third column is the name of the card - You also have to be sure to keep the total number of types of cards at least as large as the current number, don't know why.