This entry is part 357 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to the CommanderCast 2018 Precon Special, Part 3! For those of you who don’t know, every year we here at Commandercast.com do a review for that years Commander product released by WoTC. We then divide the decks up among or staff and send them out to playtest the deck and bring back their finding.  This week, Calvin was tasked with the Natures’ Vengeance deck. A Jund (Red, Black, and Green) deck where the theme of deck is lands matters. Can this deck be a landslide hit or does it break down into mulch? Let’s find out!

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This entry is part 356 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to the CommanderCast 2018 Precon Special, Part 3! For those of you who don’t know, every year we here at Commandercast.com do a review for that years Commander product released by WoTC. We then divide the decks up among or staff and send them out to playtest the deck and bring back their finding.  This week, Mark was tasked with the Exquisite Invention deck. A Izzet (Red and Blue) deck where the theme of deck is artifacts matters. Can this deck tune up the gears or does it breakdown by the side of the road? Let’s find out!

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This entry is part 355 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to the CommanderCast 2018 Precon Special, Part 2! For those of you who don’t know, every year we here at Commandercast.com do a review for that years Commander product released by WoTC. We then divide the decks up among or staff and send them out to playtest the deck and bring back their finding.  This week, Shannon was tasked with the Subjective Reality deck. A Esper (Black, White, and Blue) deck with a theme of deck manipulation where the top deck matters. Can this deck love up to the hype or does it under preform? Let’s find out!

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This entry is part 354 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to the CommanderCast 2018 Precon Special, Part 1! For those of you who don’t know, every year we here at Commandercast.com do a review for that years Commander product released by WoTC. We then divide the decks up among or staff and send them out to playtest the deck and bring back their finding.  This week, Adam was tasked with the Adaptive Enchantment deck, a Bant (Green, White, and Blue) deck based around enchantments. Him and  Mark kick things off by going over the ins and outs of the deck. Is it any good or listen in and find out!

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This entry is part 352 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 332! This week, Adam is away and  Mark is joined my Mike for some Commander goodness! The guys start off with Mike trying to explain to Mark why Reddit is good for the EDH community, then the guys go over what could possible be one of the most interesting cards from this years Commander Precon decks known as Xantcha, Sleeper Agent, and then they finish up with a few personal choice cards for a deck based around this spicy legend!

 

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This entry is part 349 of 364 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 329! This week, Mark and Adam are joined by Shannon from The Trinisphere! The guys first go over the best of the Commander Percons, then they move on to helping you figure out  the best ways to get more bang for your buck with better cards interactions, and finally they go over a retro cycle review where they discuss the manlands!

 

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