February 13, 2017
Hello everyoneand welcome to CommanderCast! We’re your weekly source for Community, Strategy, and Technology! This week Mark and Adam discuss the details of the Enchantress style decks. These are the decks that rely upon a heavy amount enchantments. If it’s a lot of global effects that change the way the game plays or a Voltron style deck where all your cards combine into one huge stick of beating! All this and more await you with the click of an Ib!
CommanderCast Episode 271 – Enchantress’s Presents
Posted: Feb. 13, 2017
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What is an enchantress deck and how do they play?
- Named after Enchantresses
- Daxos the Returned
- Hanna, Ship’s Navigator
- Zur the Enchanter
- Bruna, Light of Alabaster
- Hakim, Loreweaver
- Sram, Senior Edificer
- Uril, the Miststalker
Notably bad Commander:
Types of enchantress archetypes
- Game plan: make commander protected and big and swing
- Win con: Commander Damage
- Value engine
- Game plan: Outpace the draw and of other opponents, sometime recursion
- Win con: could be anything as long as you have advantage
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