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The Scoop: Elementary EDH – Wonderwalls

I’d brought attention to Arcades, the Strategist in one of my spoiler review articles for M19, primarily because I liked its superiority to Doran, the Siege Tower in EDH. Not only are the abilities far better for a Wall offensive deck, but the color identity is more congruent with Walls. […]


The Scoop: 2018 Commander Themes and Art   Recently updated !

I am a rather large fan of the EDH/Commander format. I like the length, variety, synergy, expansiveness. It’s all good. So I like to keep a close eye on the new Commander decks to see what they have to offer. While we don’t have any specific card spoilers, we do […]


The Scoop: Elementary EDH – Ur-Dragon Love

As previously mentioned in my Jungons EDH deck post, I’ve built 2 dragon EDH decks. I have a great respect for the Jund color identity encompassing much of what dragons stand for, so even with the Ur-Dragon release, I couldn’t justify tearing apart my Jungons for a rainbow Ur-Dragon deck. […]


The Scoop: Magical Supplements – Dominaria   Recently updated !

It’s time for our look into Dominaria in Casual Modern/EDH! As usual, I’m going to pick a handful of cards that I find interesting for use in Casual Modern or EDH decks. Dominaria offers an unusual aspect, particularly for EDH, with a major focus on Legendary cards, going as far […]


The Scoop: Elementary EDH – Jungons

Before dinosaurs became a thing, my two favorite creature types were hydras and dragons. That really hasn’t changed. I’ve found that hydras have a harder time conforming to an effective deck (which hasn’t stopped me from running a good chunk of them in my Animar EDH deck), but thanks to […]


The Scoop: Magical Supplements – Commander 2017

Commander decks scream “supplement” to most veteran EDH players, as they already have the decks they wish to have and look to new Commander deck releases for the next heavy hitter or game changer. I know few people (actually, none) who keep their recently purchased Commander decks intact out of […]