How you expect things to play out can change your reaction to what actually happens. How do you handle this?
This week, Jake and Eric finish up their look at the Commander Legends set by looking at the new cards that aren’t commanders. We also take a brief look at the reprints in the set, and yes, we talk about THAT artifact. We also touch a bit on color wheel theory, the future of Commander now that The Year of Commander is winding down, and more. Cassie LaBelle’s articles on
Eric and Jake talk about the legendary creatures they like in the upcoming Commander Legends MTG set.
How do you adapt your decks to unknown opponents? Or do you?
Russel and Eric dig out some hidden gems from early sets.
In an episode designed to help you improve your play, we take a look at an excellent article and discuss its content.
We are very excited to welcome Sam from Rhystic Studies (@rhysticstudies) to the show to talk about a whole bunch of things. Gruul, art, fun, playstyles, Azorius music, and more. If you don’t know Sam’s YouTube channel, we HIGHLY recommend checking it out. As Eric said on the show this is some of the best Magic content out there. Where to find Sam:Twitter: @RhysticStudiesYouTube: Rhystic StudiesWeb: https://www.rhysticstudies.com/ Referenced information:Aaaargh: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/making-magic/aaaargh-2006-01-30-0Rob
Rebuilding a UW Fliers deck using the deckbuilding template as a guide.
Michelle Rapp joins us to talk about the Orzhov, their role on Ravnica, and the Black/White color pair as a whole.