Ultra Budget Brews becomes Ultra Budget Crew!
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Landfall… without green? You’ll be shocked at how powerful Esper lands can be.
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Dusk of the Dead Hello again, my beloved readers! My name is Seth Cross and I am back for the final installment of this year’s edition of Replacement Commanders! This series is dedicated to looking at the Commander precon decks each year, pulling aside the legendary creatures that were not chosen to be the face […]
Prologue Welcome to Lore Seeker, a series devoted to the legendary creatures left by the wayside of Magic story. In this series I analyze a legendary creature card in depth, one that does not have much mythos surrounding it. I consider everything from the name and mana cost to the art and flavor text, extracting […]
All Rise For The Queen Welcome to Andrew Jackson Highlander, where I build and share a Commander deck tech that you can purchase with an Andrew Jackson ($20). This week, I am going to continue with my focus on the Commander 2018 alternate commanders. This week, our commander will be Varina, Lich Queen. Varina leans toward […]
Well, hello there again, readers. My name is Seth Cross, though I commonly go by “DM” (and yes, it does stand for Dungeon Master). Now, that introduction may seem familiar to those of you who’ve read my very first articles here on EDHREC; that’s the introduction I used for my first article series for this […]