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Embark on a mystical journey with our Mystical Archives MTG Proxy Design and Print Tool, designed for Magic: the Gathering enthusiasts who admire the combination of historical significance and artistic beauty. This tool allows you to create your own versions of the iconic Mystical Archive cards, renowned for their powerful instants and sorceries from Magic’s storied past.

Gold Cards in MTG:

In Magic: The Gathering (MTG), gold cards, also known as multicolored cards or hybrid cards, play a unique role in the game. Here’s a summary of gold cards in MTG:

  1. Multicolored Mana: Gold cards require two or more different colors of mana to cast. This means you need access to specific combinations of lands or other mana sources in order to play them.
  2. Hybrid Mana: Some gold cards feature hybrid mana symbols, which can be paid with either of the indicated colors. For example, a card with a hybrid mana symbol of Red/White can be paid with either red or white mana.
  3. Color Identity: A card’s color identity is determined by all the colored mana symbols in its casting cost and rules text. Gold cards have a color identity that includes all the colors required to cast them. This is important in deck construction, as your deck’s color identity must match the color identity of your commander in Commander format.
  4. Multicolored Spells: Gold cards typically combine the abilities and characteristics of two or more colors, allowing for a broader range of effects and strategies. They can be creatures, instants, sorceries, enchantments, artifacts, or planeswalkers.
  5. Synergy and Flexibility: Gold cards often offer powerful synergies by combining the strengths of different colors. They can also be versatile, providing solutions to a wider variety of threats and situations.
  6. Mana Requirements: While gold cards can be potent, their higher mana requirements can make them slower to cast than single-color cards. This can affect the pacing of your game and deck-building decisions.
  7. Guilds and Factions: Many gold cards are associated with specific guilds, factions, or color combinations in the MTG multiverse. These affiliations often come with thematic flavor and unique mechanics.
  8. Hybrid Strategies: Hybrid gold cards, with their flexible mana costs, can be especially useful in decks that aim to incorporate multiple colors or hybrid strategies.
  9. Deck Construction: Including gold cards in your deck can add complexity to your mana base, as you’ll need to ensure you have access to the right colors of mana. However, their powerful effects can make them valuable additions to a well-constructed deck.

In summary, gold cards in MTG are multicolored cards that require specific combinations of colored mana to cast. They offer unique and diverse gameplay options, combining the strengths of different colors and enabling players to explore various strategies and synergies in their decks.

Why Our Mystical Archives Proxy Tool?

Our Mystical Archives MTG Proxy Design and Print Tool is not just about creating playing cards; it’s about crafting a piece of Magic’s history. Perfect for collectors, players who want to add a special touch to their decks, or as a unique gift, these proxies bring the legendary spells and instants from the game’s past into your hands with a modern twist.

Design Your Own MTG Cards

Our design tools make it easy to design and print your own custom MTG cards. Whether you want to make custom proxy cards of ultra-rare cards like Black Lotus, or make a card as a gift for a friend or family member. We make it easy. 

Quality Proxy Printing and Great Prices

Our high quality printing lets you create high quality totally customized MTG cards at a great price. You can buy a single custom Magic: the Gathering card, or buy in bulk and save!


We use a premium playing card stock that mirrors the thickness and weight of standard MTG cards. When your custom cards are sleeved, there will be no discernable difference from real Magic cards in terms of size etc.

Designing your own MTG cards is both fun and rewarding. For example, artists love to use our service so they can showcase their own artwork. You may want to make cards in a certain theme, such as video game or anime characters.

We often get customers that want to make a card of themself or someone they know. For example, it might be a card with a friends picture on it for a birthday gift or other celebration. Think of the cards Richard Garfield made to celebrate his children and family.

We’ve seen some really cool things that companies have done for employees, too. 

Long story short, there are tons of neat ideas and reasons why you might want to make your own cards.

Reach out to us, our team can help with the design elements as needed.