h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 { font-weight: bold !important; }

Tag: #EDH Decklist

Your Guide to Control in EDH, Part 1: Threat Assessment

I’ve seen a few posts and comments around the EDH subreddit asking for advice in building and playing control in this format, and, since I seem to pilot a majority of decks that are classified as control, I decided to take a stab at talking about it.

Note: A couple thousand words in, I realized …

Continue reading

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 …

Continue reading

Multiplayer Madness VIII – Commander Xenagod

Kuchisama MTG Writer - Multiplayer & EDH

Yo people! I hope you’re all good! I have finally finished my reviews of Theros block and am more than glad to dive into more interesting areas! And one of the most interesting areas when talking about multiplayer Magic is Commander. In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, here …

Continue reading

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 …

Continue reading

Don’t Play Favorites – EDH Oros Control

Agent Magic the Gathering Writer

Sorry for the long break guys. Ugh… Finals week was harsh. Sorry if I sucked it hard Professor… =/ (I’m sure there was a better way to put that…) I love school, but sometimes taking tests can be one of my least favorite things to do. In my EDH play group, I’ve had a reputation …

Continue reading

Tajic, Blade of the Legion EDH Deck – Boros Earthquakes

Wally D. - MTG Casual Play Writer

When I was growing up there were those occasional days when Dad would take leftovers out of the refrigerator along with some miscellaneous ingredients in the cupboards and mix it all into the crock-pot to cook for the day. Most of the time we were treated with a unique and flavorful dinner perfect for …

Continue reading

Prime Speaker Turbo Land & The Ban Hammer

Agent Magic the Gathering Writer

When was banned there were a lot of Commander decks that were searching for a replacement. That replacement in many cases was Sylvan Primordial, but the card’s recent banning from the ranks of the 100-card singleton stacks a new replacement is needed. Luckily for us, the new Commander decks provided several adequate creatures who can …

Continue reading

Daxos of Meletis EDH Deck – Mono White Azorius

Wally D. - MTG Casual Play Writer

It turns out that you can have a mono-white Azorius () deck. What the? Huh? You can’t have a Mono White Azorius Deck! I know, I know. The deck title is an oxymoron, but now that I have your attention, let me introduce you to an equipment and White heavy Commander deck. This deck …

Continue reading

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 …

Continue reading

Purphoros, God of the Forge EDH Deck – Mono-Red

Wally D. - MTG Casual Play Writer

DECKLIST UPDATED: July 28th, 2015

Group Slug. Disperse damage to all opponents equally, fairly, and without prejudice. The socialist actions of Purphoros, God of the Forge seems quite fair from our perspective but will be met with suspicion from our friends at the EDH table. Be prepared to fight through the hostility and antagonistic …

Continue reading