Tag: EDH

Reactions to the Secret Lair x Stranger Things and Friends Forever Commanders

Secret Lair x Stranger Things offers Magic the Gathering Commander players with some enticing new “Friends Forever” options to both lead EDH decks and upgrade their existing decks. While I have my reasons for boycotting subscription service Netflix, which I will not expound upon here, it’s true that the original series Stranger Things appears to […]

Araumi of the Dead Tide – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

With the release of Commander Legends, Magic the Gathering has entered a brave new world where Legendary Creatures printed at uncommon can make a dramatic impact on the competitive game. Sure, we’ve had legendary creatures printed at the uncommon rarity before, starting in Champions of Kamigawa and later in Dominaria. Commander Legends put the uncommon […]

Mortuary Mire – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Battle for Zendikar is a Magic the Gathering set with lots of interesting common and uncommon cards. Many are often seen on local game store buy-lists for a nickel or dime, due to playability outside of competitive Magic, mostly in EDH. One of these “nickel and dime” cards is Mortuary Mire, which sees play in […]

How Does Astral Cornucopia Work – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Astral Cornucopia is a fascinating little mana ramp card from Magic: the Gathering’s Born of the Gods expansion set. It has a triple X cost, which already seems a bit janky. So how does this card work? It enters the battlefield with X charge counters on it. This means that if you want one counter, […]

Chameleon Colossus – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Chameleon Colossus has always been a fairly valuable Magic the Gathering card. It was originally printed in Morningtide and saw some play in Standard back then. With his versatility and power level, the Colossus has remained popular in tribal decks in casual “Kitchen Table” Magic, EDH, and even Modern. The price of Chameleon Colossus dropped […]

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