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CommanderCast Ep 340 – Playing With Honor
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 340! This week Mark and Adam are talking about Honor! To be a little more clear, they are talking about honor in group games. Have you ever called a treaty, a temporary truce, only to have it broken? Well, we got your back as they  go over how […]

CommanderCast Ep 339 – Boros Doesn’t Have to Suck
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on Posted on Monday December 03, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 339! This week Mark and Adam are back at it again! But a few quick notes… 1. There was a editing issue that caused a lot of static in the recording. 2. That static has been edited out. 3. The cost of editing out that static some of […]

CommanderCast Ep 338 – Differentiating Your Decks
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday November 26, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 338! This week, Adam is away which means Mark has Mike on once again to go over the topics for the episode today. Today’s topic is based on the idea of playing similar decks and trying to figure out how to separate them. Say you have two decks […]

No-Show Monday: The “Life Happens” edition
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday November 19, 2018

  I really do hate doing two No-Shows in a month but, as the title says, sometimes life doesn’t take my plans into account.  How very inconsiderate of you, Life.   Looking ahead, we’ll have Mike back on the ‘cast next week to talk about a listener suggested topic from the comments section of Ep […]

CommanderCast Ep 337 – Big Mana for Big Men
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday November 12, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 336! This week, Mark and Adam are back to talk a bit about some interesting things people got in the mail recently. Then they move on to Pumping and Dumping, Big Mana, Spending Green… Plus there’s a retro cycle review. So pull up your rocking chairs and click […]

CommanderCast Ep 336 – We’re Too Cool for Sheldon
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday November 05, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 336! This week, Adam is away  so  Mark has another guest on the show, Mike. This week they go over an article that was written by Sheldon Menery and let just say the guys had a few disagreements with it. Plus some… interesting things about a certain pro […]

No-Show Monday: The “Bad Cards That Need a Home” edition
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday October 29, 2018

Hi all, As you may have noticed, this is usually where the podcast goes but it’s just me typing out a mea culpa this week.  Long story short: I needed some more time to wrap up the stack of grading I had at the end of the marking period and we didn’t have much of […]

CommanderCast Ep 335 – Guilds of Ravnica pt 2 – Commanders & Cycles
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday October 22, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 335! This week, Adam and  Mark are back on the plane of Ravnica! First they guys talk about MTG Arena and how they feel it’s going. Then they talk about the Legends of the new set which is followed up with a quick rundown of the many cycles of card. […]

CommanderCast Ep 334 – Guilds of Ravnica Overview
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday October 15, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 334! This week, Adam and  Mark are back to the regular program away fro the precons and off to the plane of Ravnica! Today is they go over their overall reaction to the set, the Guild mechanics, and a few of the cards from the set they (mostly Adam) […]

CommanderCast 2018 Precon Special, part 4 – Nature’s Vengeance
on CommanderCast.com
on Posted on Monday October 08, 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to the CommanderCast 2018 Precon Special, Part 3! For those of you who don’t know, every year we here at Commandercast.com do a review for that years Commander product released by WoTC. We then divide the decks up among or staff and send them out to playtest the deck and bring […]

My GP Seattle Experience
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Sunday April 29, 2018

Overall, modern is a wide-open field. In GP Hartford, Ironworks Combo was the big winner. In GP Sydney, we saw B/R Hollow One as the big winner. We’ve seen Bogles, Humans, and Robots win it all.

I have been a Modern player from the beginning of the format and I have enjoy it over the …

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U/B Mill EDH
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Sunday April 15, 2018

Hello,

My name is Erich. I am new to the writing scene for MTG. I enjoying playing fun formats such as EDH/Commander, Modern, and anything involved with Chaos drafting. I am a father of three children that all play MTG. All of my kids play EDH/Commander and Modern. I will be writing about different subjects …

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Magic the Gathering and Sociology: Blue
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Monday March 12, 2018

Continuing my series from last week, today we’re going to dive into the intellectually-developed world of Blue and their approach to social problems. Given Blue’s focus on self-improvement and knowledge, I think they’d be quite invested in the education system- Blue wants a society of free-thinking individuals. As with last week, I’m going to start …

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Legacy Cube Draft- Mike Jardine
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Thursday March 08, 2018

I play a fairly standard legacy cube draft, jumping from archetype to archetype before settling in the worst one.

Legacy Cube Swiss Draft League

Magic the Gathering and Sociology: White
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Monday March 05, 2018

I love to learn. It’s something central to my identity. They say you can’t learn via osmosis, but sometimes it really seems like I can- aside from the fact that osmosis is limited to transfer of water, of course! This part of me can have its downsides, of course. Sometimes, I sit in class and …

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The New Ixalan Standard Meta
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Friday September 29, 2017

“ARRRR MI HEARTIES IT’S ALMOST TIME FER SWASHBUCKLING WITH DINERRSAURS” – Captain Lannery Storm

It’s safe to say that Ixalan appears to be a pretty unique set of themes that one can only imagine were suggested by one of the WOTC set designer’s kids. After a dark and gruesome return to Innistrad in 2016, Wizards …

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Worldwake Standard Throwback League Video
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Saturday September 02, 2017

I go into a Standard Gauntlet on MODO hoping for Jund and I roll the oppressive Caw-Blade itself. Rest In Peace me.

I also munch on a tasty carrot.

How to Become an MTG Writer – Write for an MTG Website
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Thursday April 27, 2017

Hey there! Welcome to MTGCasualPlay.com. Would you like to be recognized for your Magic the Gathering™ insight, knowledge, ideas, or deck building skills nationwide? Have you thought about dipping your toes into the world of word-slinging and writing your own Magic the Gathering™ Column or Articles? Then join our team here at MTGCasualPlay.com!

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Amonkhet 2-Headed Giant Prerelease
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Tuesday April 25, 2017

I had a pretty busy weekend, but I was going to try as hard as I could to attend a Prerelease somewhere. Halfway through the week I had made plans with some friends to go camping Friday night, which ruled out a midnight event. I wanted to attend a single player event, but as I …

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Reserved List Cards for EDH Commander – Karn, Silver Golem
on MTGCasualPlay.com
on Posted on Wednesday April 19, 2017

Welcome back to our proactive exercise of filling our trade binders with gold, jank and junk from Magic the Gathering’s™ infamous reserved list. Our goal, is to collect, play and stash cards that will never be reprinted by Wizards of the Coast® barring a complete meltdown or apocalypse of the game of Magic itself. The …

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