11053256_10206508757343415_3155709458365301609_n Hey again! Hayes The Hayes back again with another edition of “Let’s Kill”, where we explore a specific legendary creature and the archtype(s) they command. We’ll take a look at the core of the archtype, why it is or isn’t impactful against other archtypes, and other specific tricks or sequences critical to the archtype that will give you deeper insights. This article series is built to support people who want to learn more about a archtype so they can play better with or against it.

This set of “Let’s Kill” articles will be special because there will be multiple written about Prossh. I’ve found that there are so many ways to build and play Prossh that I’ve decided to dedicate multiple articles to him. You can find the links to the other Prossh articles right below the picture of Prossh. Each one is dedicated to a different archtype that Prossh can fulfill.

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Now Let’s Kill Prossh, Skyraider of Kher!

(Midrange)

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This entry is part 1 of 12 in the series Let's Kill

11053256_10206508757343415_3155709458365301609_nHey! Hayes here with the start of my summer series of articles here on Commandercast. I just graduated from college, so while I try to find a job I’ll have more time to write for the site.

For today’s piece I wanted to reflect back on my new iteration of Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs, mostly revolving around a strategy some would call “burn”. If you want to see my previous article on Kazuul, click here. There’s a good bit about alternative burn commanders at the start of the article. This article should be a better case study of a burn deck that is trying to be moderately competitive (think tier 1.5).

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Hayes1 (1) @Hayesthehayes here again for another issue of “Let’s Kill” where we dig into the little known red warlord, Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs!

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Burn, Baby!

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This entry is part 2 of 12 in the series Let's Kill

Hayes1 (1) Hayes here for a new series of “Let’s Kill” articles. The first few articles of this string in the series are going to feature tribal decks. Follow me on twitter @hayesthehayes for more updates on the series. I plan on releasing these every other week alongside writer Mark Mahler.

If you’re a gambling man and want to live and die by the sword then Grenzo is the goblin for you.

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He’s not here to mess around. Grenzo embodies the chaotic and greedy strategy metrics that the rakdos clan usually calls home through his (2) costing ability to randomly generate value. Read the rest of this entry »

598462_4152858385486_1784579768_n Hey there lovers of artifacts! This time on Let’s Kill I’m going to analyze Slobad, Goblin Tinkerer. He’s a commander who seems really cute and fluffy (thematically, not literally) until he hops on a raging robotic monster and lunges face first into your aunt’s china shop to destroy everything.

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This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Let's Kill

598462_4152858385486_1784579768_n Hey, I’m back after a short break to bring you more “Let’s Kill” content here on Commandercast.com. I’m planning on writing this series every other week so be sure to check back later to read more. This week I’m going to look at a midrange variant of Prossh, Skyraider of Kher, Green Prossh. Please criticiize/comment below with what you think. I’m trying to make this series the best it can possible be. Read the rest of this entry »