DankShort: Talking Trivia Part 8

Let me preface this with apologizing to everyone who purchased Duel Decks: Sorin vs. Tibalt. Anyway… Planechase 2012 (2012) This set introduced the Phenomenon card type, which went into the Planar deck. These were not based on a location, instead acting as anomalies in the multiverse. Magic 2013 (2012) is the first multicolored card to be printed in a core set. From the Vault: Realms (2012) The set symbol depicts a sunrise coming up over a mountain, or so I’m told. Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari (2012) The “plot” of this duel deck previewed the events of Return to Ravnica.

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EDH IMHO: Rating Your Ramp, The Measuring Stick

One of the first pieces of advice I got when I began commander was the following: “In commander, the worst thing that can happen to you is to not hit your first six lands drops.”               Ok, so obviously not the actual worst thing that can happen, but still pretty unpleasant. In commander, getting lands could be the determining factor between a game where you burn out early, or last late into the game to affect the outcome. Welcome to EDH: IMHO. A diverse haven for passionate, casual weirdos who want to create stories

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DankShort: Talking Trivia Part 7

Welcome back and thanks for sticking with the longest running series thus far on StrictlyAverage! Only because EDH IMHO runs once a week, and you run Tues and Thurs – Editor Scars of Mirrodin (2010) Scars of Mirrodin introduced the keyword Infect, a culmination of Poisonous and Wither. Premium Deck Series: Fire & Lightning (2010) Fire & Lightning is the first Premium Deck to feature cards with new art made for the set. The cards were and . Salvat 2011 (2011) Like the original Salvat set, these cards were only obtainable from the Magic Encyclopedia and includes 600 cards. Mirrodin

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Strictly Eternal 101 – Punishing the Czech

Howdy folks, it’s Joe again with another edition of The Rise and Fall of the Czech Republic: An Introspective Historical Look at Republics! Or rather, a little Legacy. I’m sure we’ll get that right someday. Anyways, this week we’re looking at a variation of Czech Pile (otherwise known as 4C Leovold or 4C Control) that literally killed it in an MTGO Legacy Challenge, piloted by the user Clashed to finish 7-0. It’s a version of the deck that uses as well as in addition to the normal core of the deck. We picked up this deck and ran through five matches and

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