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.
In the third episode of his mono-colored budget series, Carlos tackles green, the least budget-friendly color of them all.
Get caught up on CommanderCast goodness. Tune in here to stream episodes 2-6 as QS gets back to weekly postings.
Carlos continues his series on budget Commander decks with a mono-white legend of regal provenance. Read on to learn how Commander can be built on the cheap.
Back to form, Carlos builds another Commander deck right in front of our eyes. This time its a rather enchanting affair that showcases the power of Bruna, Light of Alabaster.
Corbin Hosler breaks down the financial changes to both Standard and Legacy, and shares a hot Legacy tip!
Carlos finally shares his all-time favorite Commander deck: Kemba, Kha Regent. Read on to see how this idiosyncratic and time-tested deck functions.
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?
The internet shudders, threatens to explode, but somehow remains intact as CommanderCast projects itself back into the datasphere with the season six premiere! In a riveting extended episode of emotional highs and lows, spiritual enlightenment, and some girlish giggles, I hold it down with my co-host Donovan and guests Carlos and Karston of TopAndGoProductions.
Carlos scours Avacyn Restored for some potential Commander sleepers, then walks us through a budget version of Balthor the Defiled.