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Top 12 Shadow Over Innistrad Commons for Your Pauper Decks, by Stephen Murray

Top 12 Shadow Over Innistrad Commons for Your Pauper Decks Hello friends, do you like Pauper Magic? I like Pauper. It's a solid format that promotes good deckbuilding and skill... usually. I mean you can...
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Shadows over Innistrad Prerelease Rules Primer – Draw 4 Podcast Episode 15

Shadows over Innistrad Prerelease Rules Primer - Draw 4 Podcast Episode 15 Join us in Episode 15 of Draw 4 Podcast! Draw 4 is a Magic: The Gathering podcast that seeks to engage players of all ranges...
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How to be a Tightwad and still build competitive decks- By Joe Butcher

DISCLAIMER: All data in regards to meta percentages, pricing and other such data are based on the information gathered between March 31st 2016 and September 9th 2016. Prices for decks are calculated by halving the...
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8 Great Reasons Why Everyone Needs to Give Pauper Magic a Try, by George...

8 Great Reasons Why Everyone Needs to Give Pauper Magic a Try As the future of both Modern and Standard move into a state of flux leading into April, the Eldrazi swarm seems to be...
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Magic: The Gathering Standard Pauper League: Part 1 – Getting Started with Andy Bolton

Magic: The Gathering Standard Pauper League: Part 1 – Getting Started with Andy Bolton Sometime in early October, our store's FNM organiser, Jay, announced that he was hosting a Standard Pauper League over the coming...

A Beginner’s Guide To Pauper (Including Deck Lists) – Common, Give It A Go!...

A Beginner's Guide to Pauper (including Deck Lists) - Common, Give It A Go! Last week I spent a bit of time berating the absence of relevant competitive events in the immediate future and the fact...
Gleaming the Cube: White by Liam Casserly

Gleaming the Cube: White by Liam Casserly

New World Order is a name for the shift in design mentality that occurred at Wizards during the design of Lorwyn Block. It’s the rule by which newer sets are made that says complexity should...
Gleaming the Cube – Pauper Cube by Liam Casserly

Gleaming the Cube – Pauper Cube by Liam Casserly

When Wizards of the coast released the deck lists for the Kiora Vs Elspeth Duel Decks, I like you eagerly went down the names of cards looking for the card or cards that was...


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Manaleak.com is rated 4.95 stars by Reviews.co.uk based on 22 merchant reviews

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What can I say, I came from Wayland's forge and have been there for some time, eventually starting my own D&D session being a DM. The tables provided with the number of players in my group wasn’t to my liking at Waylands, as it didn’t scale well with my group. Which, is understandable with the store giving priority to larger groups (My group consist of 4 players and me as DM and most other group are 6 people). This is when I contacted ManaLeak.Com Birmingham and to my surprise, one of the staff wholesomely greeted me and made me felt welcomed. Telling me that the store caters for D&D, MTG and other hobbyist traditional games, I took it to have a check with my group and book in one of the weeks. The following week, we were welcomed by friendly faces telling me the reserved table was and that refreshment were there for us. This wasn’t needed but I admire the admiration that is placed for new customers, and that my friends felt comfortable knowing that they can have something to eat whiles easing into a new environment. The store in the early afternoon is peaceful and relaxing, when it does get late, people in the store respects others presence which makes the atmosphere peaceful. The tables are must larger which helps me keep track of items instead of putting it under the table like I use to, chairs are comfortable and what I really appreciate is that there’s space so that everyone doesn’t feel cramped. Now I go there weekly with my friends, knowing a table is to our liking, were not cramped and can move tables if I feel that it’s an issue without being told off. There’s an archive full of MTG cards, if we felt like buying the singles if we wanted to play a quick MTG game and that I don’t have to shout over others to be heard as the store is quite large. A bonus is that I never felt the need to worry about snacks, drinks and light food as the store has a variety of items that are well priced to buy. One of the day this week my friend had a birthday so we thought that ordering a pizza whiles playing D&D would be great. I told the staff a day prior and he was more than happy to allow it, this was great because like I mentioned before the tables being large worked well for food we ordered which was pizzas. That was a good day and that wouldn’t happen without the store being generous, that’s why I am happy to recommend this store to anyone who are interested in TCG, board games, D&D and other games. I want to thank especially Tu Manaleak Nguyen, for helping me and my friend be regular customers.
Really great service - from the comprehensive information on the website to the well packaged MTG cards when they arrived. The free cards I received when part of my order was delayed speaks volumes for the customer service Manaleak provides. Just placed my second order, and I'm sure there'll be many more. Thank you.
As I sit here drinking my tea and writing this short review, I look at my (recently used) Chaos Predator tank and reminded myself about my game that was played at Manaleak.com in Birmingham... The exterior is, infact misleading, and upon entering the complex, the interior was as if I entered an office! Climbing up the stairs and following the signs, I finally arrive at Manaleak.com; the place was lovely and spacious, full of refreshments and essentials needed for all sorts of games, be it tabletop or card games! Store manager was pretty cool, allowed me and a friend to play a game of Warhammer 40k (even took photos of the game, swell guys!) but I suppose what has impressed me is their knowledge and awesomeness, as well as the atmosphere - which was pretty cool... Service was pretty good too, I might add! I'd highly recommend Manaleak.com to all sorts of people, even if it’s just a catch up with some friends or (in my case!) battling over tabletop supremacy!!!