MTG: Details of Different Formats

2 Lessons

You must have a personal endorsement from an L2 or L3 judge to become Level 1. This can take time, and we STRONGLY suggest building that relationship as soon as possible. To see what this means and why it’s required, please read Endorsement Information.

With so many ways to play Magic, it’s important to understand the rules of each of the official formats, as well as the concerns for them, the audience, and exactly where you’ll be seeing that way of playing. This module covers the majority of formats you’ll encounter at a Magic Con, convention, your Local Game Store, or even your kitchen table! This includes constructed formats such as: Standard, Modern, Legacy, Vintage, Commander, and Team Trios, as well as limited formats such as Draft, Sealed, Two-Headed Giant Sealed, and Team Sealed.