This entry is part 480 of 488 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 442! This week Mark and Adam are giving you a bit of a mixed bag for today’s episode. So let’s break this one down for you. First, we got some spoilers for the upcoming set Modern Masters 2 and a few from the D&D: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. Once we’re done with that we have a Strategy segment where the question of deck thinning is put on the table for discussion. Is it truly worth it to include cards for thinning your deck over just adding something else like draw or tutor effects? Then finally we wrap things up with a little protection. Listen, some times you need to play it safe. You never know when something harmful will come your way when you lay your stuff out on the table for the world to see. So you need some security for you most valuable creatures and what better then with a few ways to give them protection.

 

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This entry is part 474 of 488 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 436! This week Mark and Adam are turning in their papers as they prepare to gain their Masters from Strixhaven! But they have to first report to all the Legendary creatures and have demonstration of all the spells in the Mastery cycle. All while going over a new way of playing a already solved deck using Nekusar! It seems the guys have their work cut out for them this week.

 

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This entry is part 473 of 488 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 435! This week Mark and Adam stuck in study hall and they go over some of new mechanics in Strixhaven! Time to learn up and get a grasp on what Ward and Magecraft do before the big test! While they’re at it, they also have to work a essay for or against the rule about how sideboards are treated in Commander. Then they have a to write a paper on the non-legendary cards in the new set they feel well be good to see in their next games.

 

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This entry is part 463 of 488 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 425! This week Mark and Adam are continuing to go over spoilers from Magic’s latest set, Kaldheim! With the new set comes new mechanics! This time the guys are talking about Boast, a few cards with Raid that don’t suck, and a few of the newly spoiled cards from the set!

 

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This entry is part 462 of 488 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 424! This week Mark and Adam continue going over spoilers from Magic’s latest set, Kaldheim! With the new set comes new mechanics! This week the guys are talking about Foretell, the return of the Saga enchantments, and a few of the newly spoiled cards from the set!

 

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This entry is part 461 of 488 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 423! This week Winter is Coming for Mark and Adam as the guys over spoilers for Magic’s latest set, Kaldheim! With the new set comes some familiar territory with the return of Snow lands. This week the guys are talking about their favorite Snow tech, a few of the new cards from the upcoming set, and a new Entourage deck build segment based around Moraug, Fury of Akoum!

 

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