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Magic Cards API for Forge

Postby muzamilsajid » 22 Feb 2022, 10:13

Hi all,
Can someone please let me know if there is any available site detailing the Constants and variables used in forge for the cards.

this one is not working anymore
http://www.slightlymagic.net/wiki/Forge_API.

is there a full list of commands used in the cards. Instead of going through each card and searching in them.
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Re: Magic Cards API for Forge

Postby kevlahnota » 22 Feb 2022, 11:44

muzamilsajid wrote:Hi all,
Can someone please let me know if there is any available site detailing the Constants and variables used in forge for the cards.

this one is not working anymore
http://www.slightlymagic.net/wiki/Forge_API.

is there a full list of commands used in the cards. Instead of going through each card and searching in them.
https://git.cardforge.org/core-developers/forge/-/wikis/Card-scripting-API/Card-scripting-API
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Re: Magic Cards API for Forge

Postby akumafire » 24 May 2022, 23:48

same here. thanks for sharing
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Re: Magic Cards API for Forge

Postby Briansha » 19 Sep 2023, 12:55

Numerous open-source projects linked to Magic: The Gathering, including Forge, a powerful MTG simulator, have their code repositories hosted on GitHub. Within these repositories, you can uncover valuable insights into the b2b API meaning of Magic: The Gathering cards, as well as explore the inner workings of the game itself.

As you navigate through the Forge GitHub repository, you'll find not only the codebase but also extensive documentation that sheds light on the constants and variables employed to represent and simulate the diverse array of Magic cards. These repositories are a treasure trove of information for anyone seeking to understand the intricacies of Magic: The Gathering, be it from a gameplay perspective or a deeper exploration of the b2b API meaning within the game's mechanics.
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