This entry is part 10 of 12 in the series The Trinisphere

Sorry for the delay and the sound quality. Some major health issues led to some unconventional recording and editing conditions.

This episode we are going to have our Johnny, Spike and Timmy discuss the C17 Commander Preconstructed decks as a whole. What we think about them and changes we plan to make to them.

Also note that this episode, we are starting giveaways. Make sure you are a subscriber to be entered in the drawing.

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This entry is part 9 of 12 in the series The Trinisphere

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This entry is part 8 of 12 in the series The Trinisphere


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This entry is part 7 of 12 in the series The Trinisphere


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This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Commanding on a Budget

 Posted by ‘BRIONNE’ aka ‘FORK OF DOOM’

Today’s episode of Commanding on a Budget features Karston’s Stonebrow, Krosan Hero deck. It was in a game play on the channel and since then we’ve received a lot of requests to do a deck tech for it.

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This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series The Other 99

Posted by ‘KARSTON’ aka ‘TOPANDGO’

Hey everyone!

Its been a little while since I have put The Other 99 vids here on CommanderCast, and I apologize for that.  It has recently been difficult getting the vids out on time.  However, we are pretty much back on schedule now with these week’s video featuring a Geist of Saint Traft deck built by viewer Winters.

This was actually one of two Geist decks we received fairly close to one another and figured we would do a “double feature” week, featuring a budget and a non-budget version of the deck.  Brionne’s budget version can be seen here.

This deck is fairly unique to most control decks as it doesn’t play any real sort of combo or many counterspells.  Instead, the deck likes to sit back, interact, and passively watch the game go by until it is the right time to swoop in and take the victory.  I really like this more casual approach to the deck as it kind of debunks the preconceptions of most Blue/White decks as being relentless control decks.

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