Question regarding Magic: The Gathering 2014
There are four different editions listed on the product page, and I'm slightly confused about the contents.
- Base game, 2.50 €
- Special Edition, 4.74 € - seems to contain only fluff bonus material (soundtrack, ebooks, etc.)
- Gold Game, 4.99 € - contains the base game and an expansion, as well as three "Deck Packs"
- Gold Game Complete, 7.99 € - same as Gold Game, plus lots of "Deck keys" and "Foil Conversion keys"
- Addiionally, there are several "Sealed Slot packs"
1. What are the "Deck keys" in Gold Complete, are those different from the "Deck Packs" in the Gold Edition?
2. What are "Sealed Slot Packs" for?
3. Are "Foil Conversions" anything other than fluff?
4. I'm interested in a single player campaign (multiplayer not so much), and want to have access to all game mechanics and all the cards. I don't care about fluff for this game and I don't need "cheater DLC" which just gives you immediate access to content that you're supposed to unlock in the game anyway. Which edition should I get?
1. "Deck keys" unlock the decks in the game. However the decks unlock throughout the game as you play. There is no reason to buy them unless you want those decks available from the very beginning.
Deck packs add new decks to the game.
2. "Sealed Slot Packs" add new slots to the sealed deck portion of the game. (From what I can tell, it is separate from the main single player campaign.) The slots allow you to create your own decks, extra slots let you make more decks.
3. Foil Conversions: All this does is a sparkly edge to some of your cards. Purely cosmetic.
4. Get the Gold version (game + expansion + new decks). That's all content and no unlocks/cosmetic fluff.