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Liquid Swords | CommanderCast S3E8

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It's the color everyone loves to hate! This week, the mono-colored madness continues as we're hit by a deluge of stack manipulation, boring combos, and card draw as we dive into the mono-blue segments! Andy is accompanied by Byron, Carlos, and guest Neale in a laser beam of a show. It's all mono-blue for the whole running time! What is blue's role in the format? Is blue over-hyped? What are obnoxious blue spells? If you like Islands, winning, or just making everyone mad, this week's CommanderCast has something for you.

Also, we try to sing the intro music. This doesn't go well.

If you somehow don't regret listening to this one, then head over to http://commandercast.blogspot.com/ on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for more Commander-related goodness. This week's full show notes can be found here.

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