By the Numbers — City of Brass and Mana Confluence

Using Data to Make Better Decisions Hello, fellow EDH players! My name is Warren Daniels, and my life revolves mostly around two things: data and Magic. By day, I work as a consultant, specializing in economic, financial, and statistical matters. After work, you can find me at a nearby local game store (LGS), the bar, […]

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Combo Corner — Spy Kit

Patrick here, the resident Johnny at EDHREC. Sometimes I see a card that causes me to think, “What can I do with this?” This month is a prime example of this situation. I spent a good portion of my youth without a consistent playgroup, which led to me reading cards over and over again, trying […]

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Pure//Simple — What’s Yours is Mine

Welcome back to Pure//Simple, the article series that tries to take the mystery out of card choices. Knowing what cards are good in Commander is one of the first steps towards becoming well-versed in the format, but knowing why certain cards are good is even more important. Last time, I showcased two ways of building […]

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Dig Through Time — Odyssey Block

For today’s Dig Through Time, let’s delve back to 2001-2002 for Odyssey block. This block was composed of Odyssey, Torment, and Judgment, and gave us the mechanics flashback, threshold and madness. In case you hadn’t noticed, I love using the graveyard as a resource, and this block introduced lots of really fun graveyard interactions. Flashback […]

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EDH Political Science — Battle Hymn of the Republic

Voting Matters A vote is a powerful thing. It doesn’t matter the number of people voting. What matters is representation. The idea that your voice in concert with your fellow citizens creates change shape the modern world. By your vote or by a representative, history shows the idea of having representation and choice is powerful […]

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Non-Basically Speaking — Lazav, Dimir Mastermind

Lazav Dimir Mastermind EDH Decklist

Hello friends and shapeshifting Sith Lords, welcome back to EDHREC and our continuing biweekly column, Non-Basically Speaking, the series that strives to identify non-basic lands that should be considered valuable staples or hidden gems based on their visibility on EDHREC. So what can we expect in today’s article? Well, for starters we will be using […]

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Low Market — Unscythe, Killer of Wallets

Killer of Metagames For many intenet denizens, April Fools’ Day is an opportunity for pranks ranging from the hilarious to the inane. Here at Low Market Headquarters, it’s an opportunity for some…unconventional deck building. Maybe with, gee, I don’t know… a multicolored legendary artifact – equipment? Yes, Unscythe! Now, as a non-creature card, Unscythe is […]

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Partner Focus — Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa

He is the Peter Pan of Magic, because he can convince the rest of the children that they can fly. They can’t really fly, but they think they can. It’s because of the hallucinogenic mushrooms he found on the island and then fed to the rest of the kids, just like in Peter Pan. You don’t […]

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Singleton Guild Wheel — Daxos’ Enchanted Edition

This article is part 6 of a 10 part series covering the Singleton Guild Wheel Project, a 10 deck project where there is only a single copy of any non-basic land among the 10 decks. Each deck uses the color combination of a different Ravnican guild. The methodology is introduced here and expanded upon each week […]

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EDH Benchwarmers — Roon of the Hidden Realm

It is very hard to build a deck when you limit yourself from using any of the suggested cards on EDHREC. I’m just saying, making a Roon of the Hidden Realm deck that doesn’t use Deadeye Navigator or Mulldrifter is a weird and wild experience. Why am I doing this? So that we can have […]

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