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    crocoduck#60305 commented  · 

    I had a similar issue. I saw in my Player.log file that there were messages like "[TaskLogger]Exception encountered when fetching manifest pointer file from https://assets.mtgarena.wizards.com/External_2024.35.0.5276.1055181-windows.mtga: System.Net.Http.HttpRequestException An error occurred while sending the request".

    On a hunch, I disabled IPV6 networking in my computer (Windows 10), and lo and behold, and was able to load the game successfully.

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    crocoduck#60305 commented  · 

    I was able to resolve this by reinstalling, following the instructions on https://mtgarena-support.wizards.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038311692-Can-t-Install-or-Update-MTG-Arena-on-PC. The important step is that you need to manually remove C:\Program Files (x86)\Wizards of the Coast, which I didn't do before when reinstalling. Reinstalling after removing that directory seems to have fixed the problem.

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    crocoduck#60305 commented  · 

    This happened to me as well on Windows. All cards were missing names and power/toughness.

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