Andy ranks and reviews each color in Commander to determine what roles it plays well and how it can contribute to a successful deck.
As with many things in Commander, tribes work very differently than in other constructed formats. Andy Martin explains what attributes one should look for when choosing a tribal Commander theme.
How good can you make a Commander deck before it becomes a nuisance to your opponents? Andy Martin outlines his philosophy for finding the right balance between power and fun.
What are the staples of Commander? Andy Martin knows better than most how much card evaluation changes under Commander’s unique rules. Read on to hear his picks for top five in each color.
Andy Martin, a long-time Magic player and Commander aficionado, outlines his philosophy about deck-building Commander. If you’ve been seeking a remedy for boring, repetitive Commander decks, read on.
Carlos builds a rebel Commander deck from the ground up, headed by –who else?– Lin Sivvi. Read on to see his unique take on a classic archetype from years past.
Carlos develops another Second Sunrise deck, this time with Vish Kal at the helm. Find out how profitable sacrificing your own creatures can be.
Corbin Hosler breaks down what overlooked cards from the last two sets are actually casual gold!
Carlos develops a mono-white angels deck with Linvala at the helm. Read on to find out about Commander from a more casual bent than usual.
Back to form, Carlos discusses a combo deck that animates lands and puts them on the chopping block. How does one win after ‘geddoning oneself into oblivion? Read on to find out.
Carlos wraps up his monocolored budget series with the color everyone loves to hate. Read on to see how monoblue can be built in Commander without griefing the entire universe.
This week on CommanderCast Andy is joined by Sean, CaptainRedZone and William to discuss the new Planechase 2012 product with a side of Rhys the Redeemed. The two discussions overlap a bit, but for the most part we’re focusing on the new Planechase product here.
Carlos ports the classic budget contender, mono-red burn, to the world of ninety-nine cards and proves firebreathing can be cheap and effective in Commander too.