This entry is part 21 of 29 in the series The Trinisphere

Is mana curve as important in EDH as it is in other constructed formats? Johnny, Timmy, and Spike talk about the history of the curve, its importance to casual and competitive EDH, and how to abuse it to your advantage. Let us know how you abuse your mana curve in the comments!

The Trinisphere: Where Timmy, Johnny, Spike battle over all things EDH. Brought to you by TappedOut.net


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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 12 of 15 in the series Journey to Nowhere

by Judson AKA GUDoug

GUDoug

Hi my name is Judson, AKA GUDoug, and I am a “Wildly Successful” token master.  Any deck can make a token or two without blowing out an o-ring, especially when using perennial candidate for “greens best finisher” Avenger of Zendikar.  So does playing that card make a deck a token deck?  I don’t think anyone would jump to that conclusion…unless you are a registered token offender, then any token made suddenly classifies your deck a token deck.  As a registered token offender you have to go door to door visiting each local game store in your area and let them know you abuse non-card permanents in-game.  Unofficially I have assumed the mantle of CommanderCast’s token “Token Guy” (S7E13) and I have a statement that I would like everyone to know, “I don’t always play tokens but when I do you will know it.”  Tokens often get the stink eye from other players, and are not viewed as a difficult strategy to play.  Playing tokens isn’t just attacking, it can be just as planning and manipulating as most strategies. Read the rest of this entry »