This entry is part 366 of 376 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 342! This week Mark and Adam are celebrating the New Year! The best and the worst things in Magic from the year 2018… Is not what we’re doing. Come on, we did a graveyard episode for Christmas. So, today we’re going over the up coming set, Ravinca Allegiance.

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This entry is part 365 of 376 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 341! This week Mark and Adam are talking about the Grave! Have you noticed a sudden… Rise in graveyard decks recently? Maybe you haven’t, maybe you have, but here at CommanderCast… Mark and Adam are here to help you put those decks on notice… Unless you just so happen to be one of those players in which case you may want to stick around too so you can get yourself ready for the on coming storm of hate cards coming to you soon.

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This entry is part 9 of 10 in the series No-Show Monday

The holidays are upon us again and podcasts unfortunately have take a backseat to family stuff.  I know, I know.  You’re saying, “But Mark, why bother with your flesh & blood relations at this festive time of year when there’s cardboard wizardry to get up to?”

 

You make a fine point, sir or madam.

 

“No-Show Mondays” are usually where I get a chance to spout off about a few random cards that caught my eye and that I don’t have the heart to inflict upon Adam, Mike, or some other unsuspecting guest, so why should today be any different?

 

With that said – and with all apologies to Mr. Dickens:

 

I have endeavored in this Ghostly little post, to raise the Ghost of an Idea (namely that M19 was an excellent little core set with a number of underrated cards), which shall not put my readers out of humour with themselves, with the season, or with me.  May it haunt their houses pleasantly, and no one wish to lay it aside in favour of YouTube videos or Twitch streams elsewhere.

 

Your faithful Friend and Servant,

–Mark

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This entry is part 364 of 376 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 340! This week Mark and Adam are talking about Honor! To be a little more clear, they are talking about honor in group games. Have you ever called a treaty, a temporary truce, only to have it broken? Well, we got your back as they  go over how they deal with the art of the deal. But first lets talk about one of the products coming out from WotC, the new 5 deck Game Night product.

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This entry is part 363 of 376 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 339! This week Mark and Adam are back at it again! But a few quick notes… 1. There was a editing issue that caused a lot of static in the recording. 2. That static has been edited out. 3. The cost of editing out that static some of the show maybe a little bit harder to hear. With that out of the way we’re working on fixing this for future episodes.

With that out of the way this week they go over some of the Ultimate Master reprints, how to fix Boros, and a few Boros staples are thrown in for good measure.

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This entry is part 362 of 376 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 338! This week, Adam is away which means Mark has Mike on once again to go over the topics for the episode today. Today’s topic is based on the idea of playing similar decks and trying to figure out how to separate them. Say you have two decks that’s based on tokens… how do you keep them fun without feeling like you’re playing the same deck again and again?

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