Toxrill has been solved with Sludge Monster? There's still 98 more cards to go! Commander Clinic proliferates your slugfest to the next level.
Esika/The Prismatic Bridge is often a goodstuff deck. It can also be combo. Here's how...
The game of EDH changes when there are pods of five or more. So should your commander deck. As we explore this concept we will look at the value of Athreos, God of Passage. While we will do so we will extort the... Hades out of them.
Have you ever had the desire to crush your opponents with a mastery of the profane arts? Have you ever had the desire to consign your opponents to a life of servitude at your feet? Let me introduce you to Yawgmoth, Thran Physician for your profane arts lesson.
Wizards did it again and this time it is Stranger Things. Here is a first look at Mind Flayer, The Shadow and how to build a commander deck around it.
While highly anticipated, Tovolar creates some design challenges for a werewolf deck. What are those concerns and how do we build around it? Commander Clinic has the answers.
Golos, Tireless Pilgrim is a powerhouse. His second ability helps to create a synergistic value engine that is overwhelming to overcome. It's fun to play and provides divergent lines of play each game.
Sometimes you want to play a casual game of commander, but the table you are at has other plans. Here is a deck tech that allows you to play casually but allows you to pivot to a more competitive game if needed.
As a commander, he is a build around one and will not create insane board states that explode or devastate your opponent's side of the battlefield. His gain counters ability wants you to play Voltron, but there are better Voltron commanders than Drizzt. I would much rather have Sigarda, Host of Herons who has built in evasion and is difficult to remove than Drizzt as a Voltron commander. However, Drizzt is a commander you can work around to create a counters deck and add some mischievousness to your board. He is not the cause of the mischievousness but provides the framework for an alternative brew.
When new sets come out there is an emphasis on the new legendary creatures in the EDH community. There is a quick buzz and players want to build with new shiny toys. Normally only one or two decks will rise in popularity from the new set. However, if we ignore the other commanders we often will lose out on a fringe deck that can be very enjoyable to play. Today we look at Syr Gwyn, Hero of Ashvale.