Wild card marker
Wild cards can be traded in the MTG Arena world for cards of the same rarity as your collection. They can also serve as currency to purchase booster packs. They can be obtained by purchasing commons and rares you already own 4 copies of or importing decks that include them.
A wild card is a card that allows a player to give any amount they want. It can be very useful in the game as it allows players to select how many cards they want in their deck.
Symbols for Wildcard Characters
The most common wildcard characters are asterisk (*) which represents zero or more characters, and question mark (?) which matches one character. A wildcard character can also be known as an asterisk operator, or Kleene star, and is found in the syntax of many programming languages.
A wildcard is used to search for alternate spellings and other variations of a word. Also, it can be used in order to broaden a query by including words that start with the exact same letters but have distinct stems. Wildcard patterns may be available in some programs to speed up and simplify your search.
How to use a wildcard in Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word’s wildcards allow you to replace or modify text or numbers. To modify the value of a character/number, open the document and press CTRL +H to bring up the Find and Replace dialog box.
In the Find what box, type a wildcard expression and then replace it with the desired number or text. You can also use the Replace with option to replace multiple items with a single wildcard phrase.
How to Get the Wild Card Marker
To obtain a wild-card marker, collect as many cards possible from the Vault’s Uncommons or Commons rarities. Once you have enough cards you can click the wild card marker from your Vault to redeem it as a card.