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''Magic'' was an immediate success for Wizards of the Coast. Early on they were even reluctant to advertise the game because they were unable to keep pace with existing demand.<ref name="tps-syracuse">{{Cite news|first=Charley |last=Hannagan |coauthors= |title=Magic Playing Cards Conjure Up Big Business - The Cards Turn Player Into Sorcerers Who Cast Spells And Control Creatures |work=The Post-Standard (Syracuse) |page=A1 |date=March 31, 1994 |accessdate=10 August 2009}}</ref> Initially ''Magic'' attracted many ''[[Dungeons & Dragons]]'' players,<ref name="tps-syracuse"/> but the following included all types of other people as well.<ref name = "npn94">{{Cite news|first=Glenn |last=Gaslin |coauthors= |title=Magic: The Gathering |work=Newport News |page=G1 |date=October 23, 1994 |accessdate=August 10, 2009}}</ref> The success of the game quickly led to the creation of similar games by other companies as well as Wizards of the Coast themselves. [[TSR, Inc.|TSR]] created the popular ''[[Spellfire]]'' game, which eventually included five editions in six languages, plus twelve expansion sets. Wizards of the Coast produced ''[[Vampire: The Eternal Struggle|Jyhad]]'' (now called ''Vampire: The Eternal Struggle''), a game about modern-day vampires. Other similar games included trading card games based on ''[[Star Trek Customizable Card Game|Star Trek]]'' and ''[[Star Wars Customizable Card Game|Star Wars]]''.<ref name = "npn94"/>
 
''Magic'' was an immediate success for Wizards of the Coast. Early on they were even reluctant to advertise the game because they were unable to keep pace with existing demand.<ref name="tps-syracuse">{{Cite news|first=Charley |last=Hannagan |coauthors= |title=Magic Playing Cards Conjure Up Big Business - The Cards Turn Player Into Sorcerers Who Cast Spells And Control Creatures |work=The Post-Standard (Syracuse) |page=A1 |date=March 31, 1994 |accessdate=10 August 2009}}</ref> Initially ''Magic'' attracted many ''[[Dungeons & Dragons]]'' players,<ref name="tps-syracuse"/> but the following included all types of other people as well.<ref name = "npn94">{{Cite news|first=Glenn |last=Gaslin |coauthors= |title=Magic: The Gathering |work=Newport News |page=G1 |date=October 23, 1994 |accessdate=August 10, 2009}}</ref> The success of the game quickly led to the creation of similar games by other companies as well as Wizards of the Coast themselves. [[TSR, Inc.|TSR]] created the popular ''[[Spellfire]]'' game, which eventually included five editions in six languages, plus twelve expansion sets. Wizards of the Coast produced ''[[Vampire: The Eternal Struggle|Jyhad]]'' (now called ''Vampire: The Eternal Struggle''), a game about modern-day vampires. Other similar games included trading card games based on ''[[Star Trek Customizable Card Game|Star Trek]]'' and ''[[Star Wars Customizable Card Game|Star Wars]]''.<ref name = "npn94"/>
   
MAGIC IS POOPY
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MAGIC IS AMAZING!!!!!
MAGIC KILLS BRAIN CELLS
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MAGIC MAKES BRAIN CELLS GROW!!!!
 
 
While the game is quite popular, especially among young people, its gender demographic is highly skewed: few females play the game compared to males.{{citation needed|date=November 2012}} In addition, the game is quite addictive,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.magic-league.com/article/376/confessions_of_an_mtgo_addict.html |title=Confessions of an MTGO Addict - Magic: the Gathering article |publisher=Magic-league.com |date= |accessdate=January 8, 2012}}</ref> being jokingly referred to as "cardboard crack".<ref name="usatoday">{{cite web|url=http://www.usatoday.com/life/lifestyle/2004-06-20-magic_x.htm |title=Magic the Gathering casts its spell |author=Slavin, Barbara |publisher=USA Today |date=June 20, 2004 |accessdate=January 8, 2012 }}</ref> Some players have spent large amounts of money acquiring cards.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.starcitygames.com/magic/misc/1950_I_Wont_Lose_My_Second_Wife_Quitting_Magic.html |title=I Won't Lose My Second Wife: Quitting Magic, by Jason Alam - a Magic: the Gathering Miscellaneous Article |publisher=Starcitygames.com |date=September 18, 2001 |accessdate=January 8, 2012}}</ref>
 
While the game is quite popular, especially among young people, its gender demographic is highly skewed: few females play the game compared to males.{{citation needed|date=November 2012}} In addition, the game is quite addictive,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.magic-league.com/article/376/confessions_of_an_mtgo_addict.html |title=Confessions of an MTGO Addict - Magic: the Gathering article |publisher=Magic-league.com |date= |accessdate=January 8, 2012}}</ref> being jokingly referred to as "cardboard crack".<ref name="usatoday">{{cite web|url=http://www.usatoday.com/life/lifestyle/2004-06-20-magic_x.htm |title=Magic the Gathering casts its spell |author=Slavin, Barbara |publisher=USA Today |date=June 20, 2004 |accessdate=January 8, 2012 }}</ref> Some players have spent large amounts of money acquiring cards.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.starcitygames.com/magic/misc/1950_I_Wont_Lose_My_Second_Wife_Quitting_Magic.html |title=I Won't Lose My Second Wife: Quitting Magic, by Jason Alam - a Magic: the Gathering Miscellaneous Article |publisher=Starcitygames.com |date=September 18, 2001 |accessdate=January 8, 2012}}</ref>
   
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Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 05:10:52 PM
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Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 05:10:52 PM #101612
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