This entry is part 347 of 384 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 327! This week, the celebration of Magic reaching 25 years of age continues with Mark and Adam going over some of the cards they enjoy from Magic Origins to Conspiracy: Take the Crown blocks.


So pull up your rocking chairs and click the IB!!!



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This entry is part 25 of 31 in the series The Trinisphere

The Trinisphere, where Timmy, Johnny, and Spike battle over all things EDH.

Watch us try out Planeswalkers as Commanders!

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This entry is part 82 of 384 in the series CommanderCast

Posted by ANDY aka GHoooSTS
This week on CommanderCast we’re joined by a unique guest: Eric, the administrator of the service PucaTrade. Why does this matter? Well, we’ve never had a guest on the show that I can recall who is here because they provide an actual service to the audience. I guess you could argue that CommanderCast itself is a service but whatever. Eric runs his own site with no advertising or any other such gibberish, despite absorbing a (presumably) considerable cost up front for it. This is unto itself is admirable. PucaTrade itself is something that I think is uniquely beneficial to the Commander crowd, because we don’t want to spend a bunch of time pissing around trying to trade for individual cards from Mirage (necessarily). But I’ll recommend you go and check the site out itself, or listen to the show. If you’re not sold after that, well, you never will be.

…regardless of Eric’s service, he’s also an experienced Commander player and was a much-appreciated guest. Also on deck with me for this week’s episode is long-time CommanderCast contributor Brionne, the author of Line in the Sand, and one other…

So, on top of that, it’s also totally important to note that this week marks the beginning of Gifts Given 2012. The means you can start picking up the new, super-duper swag shirts by ordering them from me and picking up an estimate on how much they’re going to cost. Every shirt includes a donation to charity and if you want, you can give extra monies to the charity too. You can even chalk up those donations to selfish ulterior motives, since they get you extra raffle tickets for our Super Secret Mystery Prizes.

Show notes and pertinent links below. Enjoy.

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