This entry is part 534 of 542 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 492! This week Mark and Adam are looking for something cold to finish out the summer. What better way to do so than to look at some cards from Ice Age! First we take a moment to talk about some news from the upcoming Commander Sealed 2022. We then get to ask the question… When should you go infinite? We wrap things up with a quick look at some cards from Ice Age that are still really good to play with in the modern day of the game.

 

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This entry is part 328 of 542 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 309! We’re your weekly source for Community, Strategy, and Technology, hosted on CommanderSociety.com and our homesite: CommanderCast.com! This week Mark and Adam are joined by Mike as we go over a few underused equipment cards. But before that, were going to take a moment to talk about how to deal with other equipments that might be a little too much for you.

 

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This entry is part 4 of 13 in the series (Vexing) Devil's Advocate

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“Goddammit, not again!” Groaned Murphy. She was getting pretty tired of seeing Rest in Peace paired with Helm of Obedience. “This is bull. Infinite combos are so cheap.”

Dresden started shuffling up his deck for the next game. “Sorry Murph, it’s my win condition.”

“Well get a new win condition,” growled Murphy as she also picked up her Aurelia, the Warleader deck and started pile shuffling.

“Like what?” Dresden asked. “I’m playing Lavinia of the Tenth. You want me to run more lockout cards and beat you to death with a Mistmeadow Witch?”

“There are plenty of threats you could run. Sun Titan, Baneslayer Angel, Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite…” Murphy listed.

“Murph.” Dresden sighed, “I play this deck specifically to avoid the combat step. Why would I play cards meant for the combat step.”

“Because the combat step is how you win!” Murphy exclaimed.

“No.” Dresden said simply. “That is how you win. Don’t tell me how I should win, because this,” Dresden paused to expose the Rest in Peace from the middle of his deck, “is working out for me so far.”

See that steam rising off of her? That's because she just got smoked!

See that steam rising off of her? That’s because she just got smoked!

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