This entry is part 19 of 79 in the series Rival's Duel
By Eric Bonvie and Nole Clauson
 

378127_10150441621792624_1477312954_nrdorange smallnolenew90Welcome to another edition of Rival’s Duel. This episode was recorded the night before the conspiracy set was completely spoiled (yay for timing!) and this is therefore NOT a conspiracy set review. Instead, Eric and Nole take a crack at something new. There is no argument this episode. Instead, Nole and Eric try to work together to build a primer on how to build a deck based around one of the new conspiracy legends. Will these to heated rivals be able to come together and build a deck? Give us a listen and find out?

Rakdos the Clickable

 

 

 

 

 

(Our apologies for the less than standard audio quality. Apparently the hamsters that power the internet in Eric’s computer cannot handle Eric pulling up gatherer and talking on skype at the same time.)

0:00-23:04 A conspiracy is afoot!

It’s time for the annual Wizards summer product. This year, conspiracy has dumped several new Legendary creatures into the Commander card pool. Eric and Nole review the three we have not talked about, as well as the spoiled M15 legend. We also got to, apropos of nothing, hear Nole confess his sins of comboing off and why he now and forever will hate the card Mana Flare.

23:05- 42:06 Commander Spotlight: Marchesa, the Black Rose

So both Eric and Nole have fallen in love with this dangerous lady. So much so in fact, that they are setting aside their differences to try to build the shell of a deck around her. Listen as Eric tries to keep Nole on track from adding a bunch of weird stuff to their new lady crush’s deck.

42:07-End Outro

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10 Responses to “Rival’s Duel 19- In love with the Black Rose”

  1. Chris Oake said

    Enjoyed the Deck Tech segment, plus a reminder that some of us listen for the purpose of wasting time. Some suggestions of cards for the deck; Oona’s Blackguard, Pyreheart Wolf, Erebos, Greed, Phyrexian Reclamation, Dack’s Duplicate, Flayer of the Hatebound, Sapphire Drake, Fire Covenant, Necropotence, Thassa, Bident of Thassa, Phyrexian Arena, Underworld Connections, Bloodgift Demon, maybe Baleful Force, Mikaeus, Sage of Fables, Desecration Demon, I like putting Grave Titan in this list because he just.makes more dudes, Eric may agree to Tempt with Vengeance

  2. Chris Oake said

    I forgot Inexorable Tide

  3. ggodo said

    Undying and Mikeus the Unhallowed. Your creatures come back if they have counters, and if they don’t, they come back with counters. I love it with persist guys too, but undying seems tailor made for it.

  4. MrMetonymy said

    Loved the show guys. I’ve always wanted to build a Grixis deck, but I was never really enamored of any of its generals before now. Marchesa might just change my mind :).

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