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The Spike Feeders – Magic: the Gathering Commander Gameplay | The Spike Feeders S3E1
This offseason felt like forever, didn’t it? Well we’re back with some sweet cEDH action! This isn’t just any episode, either. The theme of this episode is…
R E D E M P T I O N
That’s right! These are decks that we love to play but stumbled right out of the gate and haven’t performed very well on camera for us. Each of us picked two decks from the first two seasons, and we threw them up in a poll for our patrons. Jerry’s decks earned the fewest votes, so he will be sitting out for this one.
Jim: Momir Vig Hackball (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/primer-momir-vig-hackball/)
Bill: Selvala Brostorm (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/selvala-brostorm/)
Jan: Keranos, God of Thousand Year Storms (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/keranos-god-of-thousand-year-storms/)
Eliot: Grenzo, Dungeon Warden Nonbudget Doomsday (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/grenzos-strawberry-upside-down-doomsday/)
2:25 Turn 1
3:50 Turn 2
6:49 Turn 3
9:31 Turn 4
11:51 Turn 5
15:19 Turn 6
20:20 Turn 7
Right at the beginning of this episode you’ll notice that we shout out to two channels in particular. Here’s why:
MTG Tonight with Jake Boss
Jake is a great friend. On top of putting out a bangin’ product over at MTG Tonight, he selflessly volunteers his time and considerable editing expertise to help people like us who are mostly just making it up as we go. If you didn’t catch him on Commander’s Quarters recent spotlight, you can (and should) check him out here:
These folks are /awesome/. I’ve been watching their weekly Thursday stream, and I am consistently blown away by the quality they’re able to put out in a live show. They have been kind enough to share some of their secrets with us, and they’ve led us to some pretty significant improvements in our face cam shots later on this season. These guys work their butts off to put out a sweet product and you should absolutely go say hi!