Breaking Trends Hello, everyone and welcome back to another installment of my series, the Underdog’s Corner! If you’ve been following along for a while, you’ll remember that I’ve been going through lesser-played commanders from the various Ravnica sets of old for the past two and a half months. While we won’t be abandoning the Ravnica series quite yet […]
Please consider supporting us by adding EDHREC to your adblock's whitelist.
#aristocrat, #authority of the consuls, #ayli eternal pilgrim, #black white, #blind obedience, #blood artist, #bloodtracker, #carnival of souls, #falkenrath noble, #greed, #kambal consul of allocation, #karlov of the ghost council, #krav the unredeemed, #leonin arbiter, #life drain, #life gain, #orzhov, #regna the redeemer, #soul sister, #soul warden, #souls attendant, #teysa orzhov scion, #zulaport cutthroat Read More »
The Great Divide If you browse the pages of EDHREC enough, you might notice a gap between the most-played and second-most-played commander in any given color identity. In Gruul, for example, Omnath, Locus of Rage has 1343 decks, while the next highest, Xenagos, God of Revels, has 909. In Azorius, the difference between Brago, King […]
This article is Round 9 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. Back in Black It’s been too long, but I’m glad to be back! In this […]