Rob is not so high on this wonderful equipment from Commander. Read more about it here!
Carlos finally shares his all-time favorite Commander deck: Kemba, Kha Regent. Read on to see how this idiosyncratic and time-tested deck functions.
This week Carlos delves into some of the more obscure or “unplayable” Commanders in the format in order to see what they have to offer! What kind of tricksy things can Yomiji do? Let’s find out!
It’s generally accepted that Red is the worst color in Commander, but what happens when you try to build a Red deck that plays like a Blue deck? Let’s find out!
One of the most popular and powerful approaches to Commander is to play out of your graveyard. This week Carlos wants to find out what happens when someone decides to aggressively attack them instead. Turns out, this unique constraint yields a very interesting list!
Jules shares the chorus in his head as he covers a deck around Chorus of the Conclave.
Jules writes about writing about Commander, while he’s writing about an unusual commander. Journey with Jules down a stream of Commander writing consciousness.
Darksteel, the second set in Mirrodin block, is notorious for driving off more Magic players than any other set, even the Urza block. It contained high-power cards for Affinity that did not require finesse to win with. It was like UG Madness in that the best deck was cheap, easy to play and frustrating to metagame against.
Building decks in Commander can be daunting. Carlos, our newest Commander writer, shows you how to handle it with ease! Decklists ahead!