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Cure for the Common Game – The 350’s
Welcome back to Cure for the Common Game. My name is Brian Canada and I am building an EDH deck for every legendary creature.
My goal is to have a deck of every legal legendary creature at once, meaning I do not take the decks apart. Every deck is sleeved up and ready to play.
Today we chronicle decks #350 through #359.
Deck #350 – Mavren Fein, Dusk Apostle
Mavren Fein leads the mono-white Vampire tribe, with a little help from some Changelings (though sadly no Odo)
Deck #351 – Najeela, the Blade Blossom
Najeela, the Blade Blossom and her Warriors come out to playyyyyy.
Deck #352 – Eron the Relentless
Eron the Relentless just wants to borrow all your things.
Deck #353 -Lazav, the Multifarious
Lazav, the Multifarious…. You know, I’ll bet his favorite childhood pet was a Dreadnought.
Deck #354 – Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger
Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger proves that E.D.H. stands for El Drazi Highlander (No offense to the Drazi from Babylon 5)
Deck #355 – Sydri, Galvanic Genius
Sydri, Galvanic Genius likes to play with jacks. She just calls them Caltrops, and sometimes forgets to pick them up.
Deck #356 – Cloudhoof Kirin
Mono-Blue flying Spirits is quite the deckbuilding constraint.
Deck #357 – Rosheen Meanderer
This big friendly Giant has some crazy X’s.
Deck #358 – Bounteous Kirin
Mono Green flyers is even more of constraint than Cloudhoof Kirin.
Deck #359 – Tajic, Blade of the Legion
The O.G. Tajic smashing into the red zone.
That’s all for this week, You can keep up with my quest here or at my YouTube page. I release a deck/video every other day.
I appreciate everyone for reading and watching, but for now, it’s time to shuffle & cut!