This entry is part 114 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

 I just know you’ve all been waiting for it, so here it is the long awaited review for “Return to Ravnica”!

 

….wait a minute.

 

Nope, FIRST we’ve got a core set to deal with! The Captain and I are joined by Chris B, formerly of Massive Art Attack in order to take on a set review not as long as Time Spiral, but still pretty darn long.

 

I know there was SOMETHING special about this core set, but I can’t for the life of me remember what it was…

 

 

 

Eh, I’m sure I’ll figure it out at some point.

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This entry is part 113 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

 WE’RE BACK!!!

 

A lot’s happened while we were on break: Dragon’s Maze, slivers, a whirlwind of disappointment regarding a highly touted character from Doug Beyer’s “The Secretist”.   Regardless, we’re going to go through as much as we can to catch up within the upcoming weeks.

 

Also, be sure to check the show notes for some important announcements regarding the future of Commandercast.

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This entry is part 109 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

 …I did it. I FINALLY DID IT!!! I finally managed to record a show with an international guest! Woo hoo!

 

Today, from across the pond, I’m bringing you some radio time with the cosplay wonder that is Aranel. She’s a wonderful fan of both Magic and Commander, so having her own was an absolute no brainer. Yes, it was difficult working around extreme time zones, but that’s okay! We’ll spend some time just chatting and doing some PR work for her stuff.

 

Captain Redzone joins us for the second week in a row. Why? Because I can and he’s that awesome, that’s why.

 

We also finish up some Gatecrash parallels with our retro cycle review on Gatecrash guilds with their old legends!

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