This entry is part 464 of 468 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 426! This week Mark and Adam are going Tribal! With the release of Kaldheim, building a God tribal deck is more viable than ever! So we feel that it’s time to discuss what makes a Tribal deck viable in Commander. So today we’re going over our thoughts and opinions on what a deck needs in order to gain the Tribal status in our Strategy segment. Then in our Tech segment, we go over the Gods and try to figure out how a God Tribal deck would look and work. But first, in Community we want to talk about older cards and what is going on with some of the cards that see little to no play that are going up in price due to the fact that they just so happen to be on the Reserved List.

 

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This entry is part 451 of 468 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 417! This week Mark and Adam are getting spooky for Halloween and talking about some of the scariest things in Magic! That’s right this week the guys are telling about the recent events going on from the various issues with the Secret Lairs product, the “Captain” format and the integrity of the RC, and pretty much the recent questionable decisions that WotC have been coming out with this year. Then to lighten up the mood, the guys discuss some random things like the best Horror type creatures and the return of Partner as a mechanic.

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This entry is part 443 of 468 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 411! This week Mark and Adam are getting down and dirty with the stickiest of the icky creatures in the game. This week’s episode is going to ooze all over you… But first, Mark Rosewater has dropped a few hints as to what’s to come in Zendikar Rising! So you know the guys had to take a crack at the codes Maro is laying down.

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This entry is part 435 of 468 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 404! This week Mark and Adam are talking about the Commanders coming in M21 and the new Jumpstart products! But first, WotC have finally made a keyword for an old mechanic we’ve been playing with for years. Then, a question that has been on our mines for awhile now… Do we need to have bad tribes in order to know what a good tribe is?

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This entry is part 423 of 468 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 395! This week Mark and Adam are getting ready for the upcoming set, Ikoria, by going Beast Mode! This week the guys are going over some interesting Beast cards that may catch your interest. But first, some news about some changes with some of the up coming sets.

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This entry is part 392 of 468 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 368! This week Mark and Adam going over a few different topic for your entertainment. The guys kick things of with the little bit of info recently revealed about the upcoming set, Throne of Eldraine, which seems to be tribal theme set based around fairy tales. After that, they go into mana rocks that might be a bit too slow for today’s Commander players. Then the guy wrap things up with a few tribal based cards that might be of interest to you when the new set drops.

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