This entry is part 388 of 409 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 364! This week Mark and Adam are finally getting to do a show with Spoilers in it. Magic 2020 core set spoilers have started and it’s time to jump back on the hype train. Then the guys go into things they feel would make core sets better. After that, they go on and talk about color hosing cards and why they should be played.

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This entry is part 25 of 37 in the series Generally Speaking

By Imshan AKA Sinis

For those of you who don’t know me personally, I haven’t actually been playing Magic for very long.  I originally played between Revised and Alliances, catching a bit of Mirage before boxing up my cards and moving on to other things.  Back then, cards were different than they are now; playing with modern cards, new frame aside, is like playing a different game because of the complexity in rules as well as the cards themselves.  When I started playing again, I bought a lot of singles from the sets that I passed over to fill out my decks.  Innistrad block is the first group of sets that I have extensively played with since 1997.

One of the things that has changed is how each of the colours work; in the time that I did not play, each of the colours managed to get options that were previously unavailable.  Card draw found its way into green and black, and different sorts of removal became the province of different colours.  Except for red.  Red has remained as stagnant as ever, and has not improved a whit since 1997. Read the rest of this entry »