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Tag: commander deck

Daxos the Rune-turned – Daxos EDH Deck Tech

EDH Commander Articles

Hello there folks, welcome to MTGCasualPlay.com! Before we get started I have a quick question for you. Did you play the Call the Spirits deck fresh out of the box with no enhancements? I did. It was terrible. Of course, that is my opinion, but after several games of watching Meren and Plunder the Graves …

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Zombie Queen – My Adventure With the Living Dead

When I first began playing Magic: the Gathering back in early 2011, I was very intrigued by the varieties of all the decks I saw; of course, this was primarily due to the casual environment I was exposed to, with decks with not limited by set legality and the only restrictions in deck building being …

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EDH Philosphy in Practice – Rhys Token Deck

So in the follow up to my first article, which discussed my philosophy towards Commander, I wanted to talk about my very first EDH deck that I built and how it stands in its current form, to show that philosophy in practice, as well as look at some of the major changes this deck has …

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Et Tu Brute? Wrexial, the Risen Deep EDH Deck

Wally D. - MTG Casual Play Writer

Two years can change a Commander deck quite a bit when you think of all the new sets, cards and product released annually by Wizards. Couple new product with the change in playgroups, metas, ideas and strategies and you have yourself an evolved EDH deck. Welcome to my revised primer for Wrexial, the Risen …

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Multiplayer Madness X – Devoted to the Demigod

Kuchisama MTG Writer - Multiplayer & EDH

Hey folks, welcome back!

To start off, here’s a little recap of Tuesday evening. You see, my playgroup meets every Tuesday for some cool games of Magic, so at around 6 pm it was time again for me to head over to Torsten’s place. Torsten? Oh yeah, let me first introduce…

My Playgroup

Torsten: It’s …

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Crock Pot Decks II – Sigarda Enchantress Commander Deck

Wally D. - MTG Casual Play Writer

Applying the theory that no deck is ever complete, I always find myself trading, buying and “investing” into my Commander decks. Every once in a while, it is kind of nice to simply build one “for free” by using resources available to me. Through constant reorganization of trade binders or sifting through bulk rares, commons …

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Multiplayer Madness IV – The Queen of My Dreams

MTG Writer - Mago

Welcome, everybody, to another journey into the realm of multiplayer Magic!

Today, we’re going to look at a format other than 60-cards Free-for-All. Instead, we’re going to focus on the multiplayer format that’s all the rage at the moment: Commander, formerly known as Elder Dragon Highlander or EDH. The rules of Commander differ a bit …

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Commander & Thematic Synergy – Lord of Tresserhorn EDH

Agent Magic the Gathering Writer

The various formats of Magic offer a very diverse field of gaming for players of all skill levels. Commander, to me, is Magic in its purest form. Deck building, synergy, variance, and player interaction are all utilized to the fullest within the Commander format. The creativity involved in creating an effective 100 card singleton …

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Anatomy of Commander Lesson 1 – Erebos, God of the Dead

Matt Sedwick MTG EDH Video

Commander is a fantastic format; it’s an incredibly wide open format and can be played in a multitude of different ways. From 100 card vintage to 100 card super casual the way you play it all depends on your playgroup. Before you can play however, you have to understand how to build a deck …

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Lavinia of the Tenth EDH Deck – Blue/White Flicker

Wally D. - MTG Casual Play Writer

UPDATED: November 16th, 2013

Elected to high Command of our Azorius Blink/Flicker EDH Deck is Lavinia of the Tenth. Below are details of her current decklist along with details about the Past, Present and Future direction for Lavinia in this Blink/Flicker Commander Deck in EDH.

PAST: One of my favorite white spells to never …

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