March 21, 2016

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Commander Monday: Top Five Shadows Over Innistrad Cards

I know I'm not alone when I say Shadows Over Innistrad is a home run, and that it may very well be one of the best sets since the original Innistrad block. The set is oozing with flavour, and practically every rare spoiled makes me wanna try something out with them. So today, I'm going to break down my favourite cards that have been spoiled so far, for Commander purposes of course.  I also have...


March 14, 2016

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Commander Mondays: The Tasigur Super Sluggers

Today I'm going to cover one of my new favourite decks, and an archetype that I don't believe I've gone into full detail about yet. In my introduction to Commander article, I briefly went over some of the main archetypes in Commander, including Group Pain/Group Slog. The commander I mentioned was as he is by far one of the most popular Generals for this type of deck. However, recently I decided...


March 7, 2016

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Commander Mondays: All The Budgets of the Rainbow

As I mentioned in the last bit of my article last week, reader and fellow contributor Pierre Dupont has requested I make a five-colour good stuff budget deck for one of my articles. So I decided to go with a deck that's full of cheap and fun jank, with two of my favourite alternative win conditions: and . has always been one of my favourite cards, even though it's not amazing. Luckily for us,...


February 29, 2016

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Commander Mondays: Rally the Allies in an Alley

Next to Slivers, Allies has got to be one of the most popular casual tribal decks, especially in Commander. The issue was, until the release of Oath of the Gatewatch there was no proper Ally commander, so many people just used . Now we have and boy is she a load of fun. Tazri gave two highly wanted things in one: a legendary five-colour (technically) Ally and an Ally tutor. Allies in EDH Unlike...


February 22, 2016

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Commander Mondays: Silver Sliver Shivers

Last week I promised to either write an article about Slivers, or about Allies. In celebration of the announcement of Eternal Masters I decided to write this week's article about the older and more enduring of the two. Although tribal support has been around as early as Alpha, with cards such as and , Slivers were the first creature type to be truly fleshed out by being given creatures of every...


February 15, 2016

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Commander Mondays – Association of Terrific Buddies

For the first article in my five-colour series, I decided to go with one of my most commonly requested archetypes, Super Friends. Now Super Friends decks tend to be pretty straightforward, they don't usually have an underlying cohesive strategy, thus falling into the "good stuff" category, but with a more set theme than most good stuff decks. A Brief Explanation Super Friends, for those unaware,...


February 8, 2016

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Commander Mondays – Teysa’s Token Toys

Continuing from my article, I'm bringing another one of my old decks out of the vault. was the first Commander I ever built, and I throw the deck back together with revisions every once in a while. This exact deck list is not one that I have played yet, as it is updated to include cards from post-Theros (the last time I built the deck), but I plan to be tossing it together in a week and playing...


February 1, 2016

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My Take on the EDH Banned List

Now that the dust has settled on the banning, I'm going to give my two cents on where the ban list in this format stands, and discuss cards I think that should or shouldn't be banned. Bear in mind that I play both competitive multiplayer and casual, so my issue with some of these cards is not from a particularly polarized point of view. I expect wild disagreements from a couple of my selections....

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