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Cure for the Common Game – The 340’s
My name is Brian Canada, and I am building a deck for every single commander.
I am building a commander deck of every legal legendary creature, and most importantly, keeping that deck together and ready to play. The end goal is to have every possible deck at once. This is quite an undertaking, since Wizards is still printing legendary creatures! My YouTube channel is Cure for the Common Game, where I post these videos generally about every two days. In this fortnightly column, I’ll provide a link and a brief synopsis of each deck so that you can join along in my insane quest.
Today I will be talking about decks #340 through #349 in my quest to build a deck with every legendary creature. A lot of these are the new commanders from Guilds of Ravnica, so let’s get to it.
Deck #340 – Squee, the Immortal
Squee heads up a classic Goblin tribal deck
Deck #341 – Rorix Bladewing
Rorix leads the deck of all haste creatures. I like to call it ‘haste tribal.’
Deck #342 – Kess, Dissident Mage
If Kess is letting me play a spell again, you bet it’s gonna be a big one.
Deck #343 – Niv Mizzet, Parun
As it turns out, Niv 3.0 is just as powerful as the previous versions. So much so that it’s practically the same card.
Deck #344 – Emmara, Soul of the Accord
Taking a deep dive into the Convoke ability.
Deck #345 – Izoni, Thousand-Eyed
Our latest Golgari Elf has remarkable long game.
Deck #346 – Aurelia, Exemplar of Justice
Solid gold Boros action.
Deck #347 – Etrata, the Silencer
I found a couple of ways to recur our commander for some “hit” wins.
Deck #348 – Tajic, Legion’s Edge
Trying to abuse Tajic’s ability to keep his team safe.
Deck #349 – Trostani Discordant
Even the tiniest tokens are scary with tribal anthems.
Thank you all for watching. I appreciate all the encouragement, and I will see you when I finish the 350’s!