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Humans 101

How the ‘Magic: The Gathering’ Color Wheel Explains Humanity

Move over, Myers-Briggs

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Photo by Wayne Low on Unsplash
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The “white mana” symbol (™ and © Wizards of the Coast)
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The “blue mana” symbol (™ and © Wizards of the Coast)
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The “black mana” symbol (™ and © Wizards of the Coast)
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The “red mana” symbol (™ and © Wizards of the Coast)
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The “green mana” symbol (™ and © Wizards of the Coast)
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(The colloquialism for W/U in the game of Magic is “Azorius.”)
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(The colloquialism for U/B in the game of Magic is “Dimir.”)
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(The colloquialism for B/R in the game of Magic is “Rakdos.”)
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(The colloquialism for R/G in the game of Magic is “Gruul.”)
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(The colloquialism for G/W in the game of Magic is “Selesnya.”)
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(“Orzhov”)
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(“Izzet”)
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(“Golgari”)
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(“Boros”)
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(“Simic”)
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“Mardu”
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“Grixis”
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“Naya”
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“Temur”
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“Sultai”
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“Esper”
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“Jund”
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“Jeskai”
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“Abzan”
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“Bant”
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The five mana symbols (™ and © Wizards of the Coast)

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Duncan Sabien is a writer, teacher, and maker of things. He loves parkour, LEGOs, and MTG, and is easily manipulated by people quoting Ender’s Game.

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