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When I got into MTG again after not playing since I was in grade school, I started by picking up a Deckbuilders Toolbox. If you’re a casual player and you’re looking to get some basic cards to put together some decks, they are a pretty good way to go about it. You could also buy one of the Duel Decks, as they usually give you some pretty decent cards (though very little consistency in draws.)
When I build decks I tend to build around a theme that interests me. Usually any theme you pick will have cheap costing cards you can build something out of. As long as your friends aren’t super competative monster deck builders (like mine are.) you’ll do just fine. I also tend to look at decks online and see whats good and whats not.
The main thing you want to know about deck building is consistency of draw. So you want 4 of the cards you’re going to need every game. If your deck revolves around a certain card being played, you want more of them to ensure it comes up. There’s a lot more to deck-building than that, but it’s a good rule of thumb.
Hope that helps! :)