This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Commanding on a Budget

 Posted by ‘BRIONNE’ aka ‘FORK OF DOOM’

Today’s episode of Commanding on a Budget features Karston’s Stonebrow, Krosan Hero deck. It was in a game play on the channel and since then we’ve received a lot of requests to do a deck tech for it.

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This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Commanding on a Budget

 Hey everybody! Brionne’s power went out down south, so on her behalf I’m posting her video for the week. Okay, it technically came out LAST week, but that’s my fault that the schedule is like this. Not sure what this means for Karston’s video, but they’ll both be back soon enough. In the mean time, please enjoy this Geist of Saint Traft deck. It was built for one-on-one games, but works alright in multiplayer too.

 

One note though, Geist himself is anything BUT budget. HOWEVER, this does not, nor should it, impeded a player from trying to make a deck around him or Brionne from covering videos with him. You never know, you might just get lucky when you crack open your next pack.

 

 

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 Posted by ‘BRIONNE’ aka ‘FORK OF DOOM’

In today’s video, I attempt a Dimir deck. I’ve played some blue/black, but I’ve never made the effort to build with a guild in mind. Since there is always so much demand for the newer generals I decided to try my hand at Lazav.

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 Posted by ‘BRIONNE’ aka ‘FORK OF DOOM’

It’s been over two months since I last posted anything on CommanderCast, and in that time I’ve come to realize that I’ve said almost everything I had to say about community issues. (Although I reserve the right to dredge up my Line in the Sand series if feel the need to get up on my soapbox.) With that in mind, I decided to start afresh. But what to do? It wasn’t until about two weeks ago that I finally realized that I really wanted to give videos a try. I’ve been helping with the videos on the Top and Go Productions channel for quite some time, but I’ve never made one myself. So I set aside my doubts about how hard it would be, and learned how to edit video.

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