Carlos tackles one of the most difficult questions facing the Commander community today: How can we reconcile different expectations of competitiveness while ensuring everyone is having fun?
This isn’t your usual Commander Junk list. Carlos put Doran is on delivery duty.
Neale likes to crush. Green is good at that. Now he seeks the very best…
Easing into a group was hard than Jules thought. Following up from his last article, today are the lessons distilled from his mistakes and successes. Can you grow?
Carlos covers the Commander cards you should be caring about, Innistrad Style!
Beating down with your Commander deck is fine when everyone else knows what to expect. What happens when you have to shift to an entirely new group?
Josh Rayden shows us how to be prepared for a prerelease. Find out which thirty-three cards you should pay attention to at your local prerelease and why some cards may not be worth picking up quite yet.
Neale lines up a howling good time without laying a finger on a Werewolf. It’s new-school Commander all the way!
Jules is digging deep to uncover and share the mysteries of the grave. Are you ready for playing in the dirt, six feet under?
Neale polishes off the competitive commanders, and opens the floor for Azuza lists! Think you have the most savage green machine?
Carlos loves to build decks, including those of five colors. Join him this week, defending the multicolor player in us all, and aiming for spot between casual and competitive with a Polymorph deck. Check it out!
It was not until the entire top eight had four copies of Jace the Mind Sculptor in their main deck that the talks became serious. We all knew nothing would happen then because New Phyrexia was yet to be released, in printed form at least. But now, the release has come and gone, players have adopted some new cards into their decks, and a new deck or two have made tournament appearances. So, what’s changed since then?
Today we’ll begin a thorough dissection of Magic’s five colors, perfect for newcomers and a refreshing review for veterans. After exploring the Color Wheel, we’ll move onto the series’ first installment. You’ll find all the Green cards you can expect to see in Legacy alongside decklists galore.