This entry is part 431 of 435 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 401! We finally made it out of the 400 celebration and we’re back to regularly scheduled programming. Huge thank you to all of the people who came out if it, but this week Mark and Adam are asking… To Tapped or not To Tapped? Whether or not should tapped lands be apart of the 99 and if so what criteria should they meet before being out loud in. But first, the guys are going to discuss what they would want from the new Double Masters set. The guys then finish the episode off by discussing a few oddball mechanics from the Future Sight set.

All that, plus our usual interstitial fodder, and all you have to do is Click the IB!!!


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This entry is part 14 of 16 in the series Coast 2 Coast Commander

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After a short break the boys are finally back! It’s time for an all new episode of Coast 2 Coast Commander, a multiplayer variety podcast for casual players! Three Commander players from the Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Pacific sit down and talk shop on all things Commander. This week Dan, Greg, and Carl are actually here! They’ll be discussing lands, taking lemons and making lemonade with an awful commander, and share some info on a Commander themed charity event.










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This entry is part 4 of 41 in the series In General

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By Eric, AKA Grandpa Growth


I promised I’d be back. And I have returned!


Welcome back to part four of my retrospective about the lands of Magic: the Gathering. If you missed the previous segment, be sure to catch up by clicking the links below.


Part 1: The Early Expansions

Part 2: The Block Era

Part 3: The New World Order


This section will conclude the series by covering the time period “between Innistrads,” as it were.

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This entry is part 3 of 13 in the series Notions of Horde

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By Billy


Lands. We all use them, we all need them, so frequently we can’t afford them. After a comment Mark made about the landbase I built for “The Charmander Vibrator,” I started thinking about budget lands in Commander. Of all the formats, we have the widest pool of playable lands available. This is due in part to the eternal nature of the format, though it’s really the singleton nature of the of the format that makes the second- and third-string lands much more playable than they are in formats where you can simply grab four of the best. Today, we’re going to dig deep into the bench and sort out just which of these lands make my 99, and which are staying on the JV team.

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