EDH Political Science — Temmet, Cyberpunk

Do You Feel Lucky, Cyberpunk? Cyber security is something that most people (and until recently many businesses) take for granted. You throw up your firewall, install Norton, and call it good. You’re safe, right? After all, it’s just some hooligan in their mom’s basement trying to get your credit card to buy a new Xbox. […]

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Non-Basically Speaking — Touring the Land of Amonkhet

Amonkhet Non-Basic Lands

Hello friends and article-thirsty desert nomads, 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. Well, except for today. In this article I wanted to set aside our normal routine […]

#amonkhet, #dual lands, #hapatra vizier of poisons, #nonbasic lands Read More »

Pyramid Theory 101 — Gambling with Power

Greetings everyone, I’m back once again to highlight the deckbuilding process through the use of Pyramid Theory. This time I discuss ‘all-in’ strategies, and the gambling it brings to the table. What do I exactly mean by ‘all-in’ strategies? All-in strategies are hyperlinear that accept the risks involved with only having one gameplan. Some commanders […]

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Commander Showdown — Leovold vs The World

Rest in Pieces If you haven’t already heard, EDH had a bit of a shakeup this past Monday: Leovold, Emissary of Trest is now banned in Commander. (If you’d like to read the full announcement, you can do so here.) Since Leovold had over 700 decks here on EDHREC, this probably stings for quite a few […]

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Dig Through Time — Cold Snap

This week in Dig Through Time, we’re going to take a trip back to the year I graduated high school, 2006. That’s right, today we’ll be reviewing WotC’s lost design file: Coldsnap. Coldsnap replaced Homelands as the third installment of the Ice Age block. The set hit many of the themes and mechanics of Ice Age, giving us cumulative upkeep, […]

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EDHREC News Update 4/24/17

Welcome to our first news update here at EDHREC. Since we want to become your one stop shop for all things EDH we wanted to give you a quick rundown of recent events in the EDH world. Yesterday was a huge day for us! In case you missed it, here is a link to the […]

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Underdog’s Corner — Oviya Pashiri, Sage Lifecrafter

This article is Round 7 of the Underdog’s Corner, a series spotlighting various lesser-used commanders and their place in the format. Each article makes the argument for a single commander that deserves more play, as well as highlighting key cards and synergies. Hello and welcome to our newest installment of the underdog’s corner! Normally I try to […]

#artifacts, #casual, #mono green, #oviya pashiri sage lifecrafter, #power, #tap, #token Read More »

EDH Benchwarmers — Demar DeRozan

Look, I already know what you’re thinking: Demar DeRozan is not a magic card. He is not a legendary creature and he has no converted mana cost, let alone a colour identity. “Demar DeRozan is the starting shooting guard for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors” you’re probably saying out loud. “Why is he writing this? Has […]

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Intellectual Offering — Amonkhet Edition

With the release of a new set there comes the inevitable scramble to brew with the latest legendary creatures. For me though, that hype just isn’t there. It takes me a little longer to warm up to the latest and greatest. What I do really enjoy is finding the new cards that go into old […]

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Ultra Budget Brews — Heartless Hidetsugu

Welcome to the 3rd edition of Ultra Budget Brews, the series in which we build entire EDH decks in which every card costs under $1. EDH as a format lends itself to certain kinds of decks. Much of this can be attributed to three rules that are a part of the format’s foundation: 100 card […]

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