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Havic: The Bothering

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Infobox game | title = Havic: The Bothering | image_link= | image_caption = Havic: The Botherings card back design | designer= Peter Gray and Frank Martell | publisher= PGI Limited | players= 2 or more | setup_time= < 2 minutes | playing_time= ~ 25 minutes or longer. | random_chance= Some | skills= Card playingArithmeticReadingLogicStrategy Havic: The Bothering (colloquially "Havic" or "HTB'''") is a parody of the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. Havic was created by Peter Gray and Frank Martell and introduced in 1998 by PGI Limited. History Only the first card set of Havic named Skool Daze was printed and distributed in randomly inserted 60 card shrink-wrapped starter decks which also included 1 rule card. A second set called Spring Break was in the works and would have been sold in booster packs, but was never released to the public. Wizards of the Coast, which owned the rights to Magic: The Gathering, took active steps to hinder the distr
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