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Hello everyone and welcome to Commandercast, Season 13 Episode 6! We’re your weekly source for Community, Strategy, and Technology, hosted on MTGcast.com and our homesite: Commandercast.com! This week Willian is joined this week by Cassidy of TCG and our very own Hayes as we go over a fan request. We discuss the concept of Self Mill decks! We go over graveyard stuff, graveyard hate, and the ins and outs of how a Self Mill based deck can be successful in your local meta!

As usual if you’re down with a little graveyard usage… stay tune and click the IB!

 

 


 

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Commandercast season 13 Episode 6

 

May 19’th 2014

Guests:

 

Hayes – Commandercast staff

 

Cassidy – TCG player writer

Favorite Commander This Week:

 

Hayes: Karona, the False God

 

Cassidy: Omnath, Locus of Mana

News:

 

Conspiracy spoilers!

Community: What’s self-mill’s reputation?

 

Powerful combo decks, or just sweet synergy?

Strategy: Dredge, dredge, dredge!

 

We discuss the self-milling decks, as well as our own self-mill decks.

Technology: Grave Tech

 

We gush about our fav tech.

 

William: Deadbridge Chant, Victimize, Dreamscape Artist

 

Cassidy: entomb / buried alive / connoisseur, misthollow griffin, survival, phantasm / druid,

 

Hayes: Life From The Loam / Tunnel Vision / Dralnu, Lich Lord

Outtro/Contacts:

 

William – Email: Commandercast(at)gmail(dot)com // twitter: (at)Commandercast

 

Hayes – Email: hayesthehayes(at)gmail(dot)com // twitter: (at)hayesthehayes

 

Cassidy – Email: fatstacksedh@gmail.com // twitter: @writerofwrong

Thanks to everyone who contributes to our site, you’re all wonderful people. Thanks to Judson and Calvin for manning our facebook page. Music for our show is the “X meets Heavy Metal” series by 331Erock. We’ll see you next week with more community, strategy, and technology. Until then, LET’S GET IT!

 

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