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Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 428! This week Mark and Adam are back and going over what it takes to win in Azorius decks! Blue and White are well known for their ability to control a game once they get a good enough of a foothold, but once they control is in hand… how do you win? Well today the guys are all about the color combination with a look at the recent Commander precon decks, a quick discussion on ways to win, and even an Entourage segment about a recently released Azorius Commander… Vega, the Watcher!

 

All that, plus our usual interstitial fodder, and all you have to do is Click the IB!!!

 

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CommanderCast Episode 428

Posted: February 15, 2021

 

Intros

 

Adam

 

Mark 

 

Keep up with the conversation on Facebook & Twitter.

 

Community

 

Kaldheim Commander decks

 

Interstitial fodder: 

  • Terminator: Dark Fate is the 3rd best Terminator movie.
  • The New Mutants was actually decent.
  • Rogue-like fever has set in.
  • Sex Criminals by Matt Fraction

 

Strategy

 

How to close out a game in Azorius colors.

 

 

Technology

 

Entourage segment: Vega, the Watcher

 

What to do with all those cards?

 

What are you doing besides Draw/Go/Counterspell?

  • Nothing, use the draws. The control game is strong
  • Protecting your board
  • Mess with other players’ board states

 

Win Cons that aren’t named Lab Man:

 

Outtro/Contacts:

 

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Calvin – Email: captainredzone(at)gmail(dot)com  // twitter: (at)CaptainRedZone

 

Mark – Email: mahlerma(at)gmail(dot)com

 

Adam – (at)squire9999

 

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And a big thanks to everyone here at the CommanderCast Network. We’ll see you next week with more community, strategy, and technology. Until then, LET’S GET IT!

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