Carlos breaks from business as usual to tackle a Commander deck built for one vs. one. Read on to find out how Edric can dominate in this popular Commander variant.
Follow Jules on his exploration of the rewards and dangers of foiling out Commander decks.
Break cards is what Carlos does best. This week, it’s Saffi Eriksdotter bending the world of Commander to its knees. You’ve been warned!
The Devil’s come to collect his due: everything you own for the next six cards.
The leyline of Innistrad’s mechanics lead to some interesting places!
Remember learning Magic, and that life gain was good, then bad, and then rarely but conditionally useful? Where does it fit into multiplayer politics and Commander? Jules has the answers!
Jay continues his development of “The Standard Cube” by looking at white instants and sorceries. How many Wraths? Find out inside!
Jules writes about writing about Commander, while he’s writing about an unusual commander. Journey with Jules down a stream of Commander writing consciousness.
If you give a man a fish, he eats for a day. If you teach a man to build a budget fish deck, he wins Commander games for the rest of his life. You know Carlos is bringing the heat with Sygg!
Take one part ‘awesome customization’ and add two parts ‘hopes and dreams’ to make… what Jules has for you today! Can you guess what’s inside?
Dr Jebus has all to you need to know on a few new cards! (Warning: Spoilers ahead!)
Arthur’s first article for Quiet Speculation is a great and thought provoking look at the next expansion, Mirrodin Besieged. His inventive and sensible evaluations of the cards and potential interactions will serve every reader well in the coming days and months events.
Brook Gardner-Durbin takes a look at the first half of Mirrodin Beseiged spoilers and the impact they’ll have on Constructed.