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Author Archives: Seedborn Muse
The three largest creatures in my Esper-colored Commander deck are 5/5, 3/6, and 3/4. My commander is a 1/2 with a damage-prevention tap effect. The deck wins games. Welcome to the bizarre world of Lady Evangela.
Seedborn Musings – If Commander Isn’t As Powerful As Vintage or Legacy, Why Does It Have the Cards They Don’t?
My suggestion today is simple. Instead of Commander adhering to the Vintage banned list plus others, it should adhere to the Legacy banned list plus others. Now, both the Commander rules committee and WotC clearly disagree with me, so this … Continue reading
I know nothing about eastern European department stores, but they almost made me famous. Yes, this ties into deckbuilding.
Black-white isn’t my favorite combination – that would be green-blue – but I’ve made many decks over the years that have stuck with me as favorites. Innistrad and New Phyrexia had dark themes that make combining darkness and light a … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! Break out your Masques block binder – you know, the one with all the unused cards – and let’s see what cyclical treasures it contains.
There are some very Spikey ways to win with Animar as your commander. This deck isn’t one of them, but if it’s a duel or a 3-player game it will win you your fair share while being plenty of fun.
Yeah, I’ve got your attention now, don’t I? I’m talking straight-up about winning. And before you ask the question to the omniscient and conveniently absent narrator’s perspective, I’m not talking about winning from a fuzzy after-school special point of view/drivel. … Continue reading
X spells fascinate me. They’re things to win with when you go infinite, they’re things to use up early if you have to, and they’re powerful in long games. Plus, a capital X looks cool. There are 183 X spells … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted a Magic-themed cryptic crossword? Here’s one.
I’m here today with one of my favorite players, Mr. Inverse McDumbpants. I’d introduce him to you, but my words don’t do him justice, so I’ll let him do his own introducing through this exclusive interview.