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MagicEDH.com is a comprehensive list of links to Articles, Primers, Videos and Deck Lists from around the internet. The Magic EDH hub has gathered helpful links to websites such as the MTGSalvation Forums, StarCityGames.com, MTGCasualPlay.com, GatheringMagic.com, TappedOut.net, YouTube and many more.

This EDH Database strives on QUALITY Deck Lists rather than quantity. We like to include links to Commander decks and articles created/written by Magic players/writers that have taken the time to talk about the commander or give some inside EDH Tech on how the deck works. We have purposely avoided links to EDH decks that have minimal information or are "in progress".

Please help us build this EDH Commander Deck Database by filling out our form and recommending we add links to helpful decks/primers/articles/videos.

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  2. Decklist is on a forum with current and relevant discussion/interaction. Decks included as strategy guides or PRIMERS are smiled upon.
  3. Decklist is on YouTube with video introduction and commentary
  4. Decklist has a high rating by the website community. For example, a high amount of "Upvotes" on TappedOut.net. Some discussion/description is still encouraged

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Commander Mechanic – DEATHTOUCH TRIBAL with Fynn the Fangbearer πŸ›  Personal Commander Deck Tech
on EDHREC
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

#EDH #Commander #MTG Today’s video is a special tour of my personal deck for Fynn the Fangbearer! This budget build is so green is swings back around to being not green – take a look and see what I mean… On Commander Mechanic we talk strategy, card choices, budget & upgrades for all EDH players […]


Common Command – COMMON CLASH: Abomination of Llanowar vs Gilanra and Vial Smasher vs Belbe vs Krark and Eligeth
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

Welcome back to another Common Clash episode! We’ve got some very special guest playing with some powerful decks, so make sure to check them out in the description below! If you enjoy the video, be sure to give it a like and subscribe for more commander gameplay. _______________________________________________ Guest Links: Philosefer – Youtube: https://tinyurl.com/y8bz6m7g​ Philip […]


SplitSecond – #47 Akiri & Trasios, Esika/Bridge, Orvar, Yidris – cEDH Gameplay
on EDHREC
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

PlayM and cEDH TV join in for some matches! PlayM’s Akiri & Thrasios; Hamhub7 + Hokeyrulz’s Prismatic Godo; Baal’s Orvar; Mons’s Yidris Storm – cEDH Gameplay ❂ PlayM brought his, ano_2k and Altun7’s list for Akiri Thrasios breach ❂ David was piloting hamhub7 and Hokeyrulz’s Prismatic Godo with Esika at the helm ❂ Baal brought […]


The Kaldheim Avalanche | EDHRECast 152
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

Kaldheim data has built up, so much that it’s starting to overwhelm! This week we’re taking a look at Kaldheim’s most popular standouts, while discussing the set’s potential ability to bury or overshadow its own most interesting card designs. Support the cast on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/edhrecast Check out the EDH Wiki! https://edhwiki.com/wiki/Main_Page Follow the cast on […]


Chain of Commander – BRING THE DOOM! Kardur, Dooomscourge EDH Deck Tech
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

You folks don’t understand how much I miss metal festivals. That said, Kaldheim is a good (albeit small) holdover for the time being. For this month’s Patron’s Choice Deck Tech, I was asked to build around Kardur, Doomscourge and I am very happy with what I came up with. Come check it out! ========================= Decklist! […]


One More Mana – Kaldheim Sleepers in Commander | Magic: the Gathering EDH: Command Center #97
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

Hadou-Ken and Ced discuss some cards Commander players should watch our for from MtG Kaldheim Previous videos: Utility Lands Batman Would Play Kaldheim Bangers Buy your cards here TCGPlayer Affiliate Link: https://bit.ly/2mjq5ig Shop here: https://bit.ly/2KjVy0l Support us on: https://Patreon.com/manasquad #mtg #timespiral #kaldheim


The Mana Confluence – Feldon of the Third Path EDH – Time Spiral Remastered Reprint- Magic: the Gathering Quick Deck Tech
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

Welcome to The Mana Confluence, a juncture for all things Magic! Today we are covering a commander that is being reprinted in the upcoming Time Spiral Remastered set. This video is a quick dive into the main builds I have encountered around this deck. Enjoy! If you want to support the channel you can do […]


The Nitpicking Nerds – The Top 15 Sorceries in Commander
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

We’re counting down the 15 most POWERFUL sorceries in commander! Use our Tcgplayer affiliate link to buy cards: http://bit.ly/NitpickingNerdsTCG The Nitpicking Nerds Discord is OPEN! https://discord.gg/RrfEBVd Consider Supporting us via Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15711695 Check out our Nitpicking Nerds MERCH and show your support: https://streamlabs.com/nitpicking_nerds/merch Check Joe Cherries out LIVE on Twitch Weekdays 10-4 EST: https://www.twitch.tv/nitpicking_nerds You […]


Playing With Power – Thrasios/Vial vs Rograkh/Silas vs Tymna/Kraum vs Tymna/Tana | CEDH Gameplay | Playing With Power MTG
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

Decklists Thrasios/Vial: http://bit.ly/S08E01-Thrasios-Vial Rograkh/Silas: http://bit.ly/S08E01-Roger-Silas Tymna/Kraum: http://bit.ly/S08E01-Tymna-Kraum Tymna/Tana: http://bit.ly/S08E01-Tymna-Tana Most Valuable Card: http://bit.ly/S08E01-MVC Blood Pod Deck Tech: https://youtu.be/FonNcUDZ0CU Folger’s Playmat: http://bit.ly/Botan-Playmat Ryan’s Sleeves: http://bit.ly/DS-Emperor-Scion-Sleeves Patreon: http://bit.ly/PWP-Patreon Merch: http://bit.ly/PWP-Merch Twitter: http://bit.ly/PWP-Twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/PWP-FB #EDH #CEDH #PartnerCEDH


Commander ad Populum – Grothama, All-Devouring Decktech – Commander ad Populum, Ep 119 | EDH | MtG | CMDR
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Posted on Friday March 05, 2021

Welcome to another deck tech for the people, by the people, for the people! This week’s deck: https://www.archidekt.com/decks/288656#Dr._Wurm Original GaakBall deck: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/vegas-rotisserie-ho-daddy/ Big thank you to new sponsors of the CadPop Deck Techs, Fusion Gaming Online! Find them here: fusiongamingonline.com This week’s deck is another Patreon submission. I love featuring the Pateon community’s decks as […]


Appreciation Without Ownership
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Wednesday March 03, 2021

You don't always need to rush out and buy the newest flashy promos.

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CommanderCast Ep 430 – Another Brick in the Wall
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Posted on Monday March 01, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 430! This week Mark and Adam are trying to keep you out by putting their walls up. Literally… With Wall.dec style deck building. We’re talking about some of the reasons you might want to take a look at some of the games best creatures with Defender and the […]


Vega, the Watcher: The Future Foretold
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday February 25, 2021

Let's use our opponent's resources as our own!

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CommanderCast Ep 429 – It’s All a Mirage
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Posted on Monday February 22, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 429! This week Mark and Adam are stepping out, but don’t worry they’re not going anywhere because this week is Phasing week! What is Phasing, how does it work, and how can it help you in your next game? Well time to step outside the game to see […]


Players’ Guide to Commander Win Conditions, Part 2
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday February 18, 2021

Win games of Commander like a hipster following these unconventional paths to victory.

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CommanderCast Ep 428 – Kaldheim Commander Decks and Azorius Tech
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Posted on Monday February 15, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 428! This week Mark and Adam are back and going over what it takes to win in Azorius decks! Blue and White are well known for their ability to control a game once they get a good enough of a foothold, but once they control is in hand… […]


Alter Sleeves MTG: An Attempt Was Made
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Friday February 12, 2021

I love altered MTG cards. Customizing Commander decks runs deep, I guess. And it runs in all different directions. In my Magic travels, I ran across this website:

https://www.altersleeves.com/

These alters look awesome. I haven't seen any in person, but at least on screen they look awesome. And the idea is simple and brilliant! Mass produced alters! By printing the alters on the inner sleeves, the player can swap the card in without any fuss.

So, I decided that a quick first draft was in order. I pulled a Worn Powerstone from my main Commander deck, grabbed a Sharpie marker, and started drawing on the inner sleeve. It looked like this.

The card on the right is untouched. The Sharpie is only marked up on the inner sleeve on the left. This is a low-risk way to alter a card. Don't like how it turned out? Replace the sleeve and start over. Want to try something new? Great! Grab a new sleeve and start drawing. Want to draw on an expensive card? Go for it. Well, go for it by drawing on the sleeve.

Here's what the card looks like inside the inner sleeve.


Does it look great? Heck no! But for a first try, this plan has promise. The stress level for doing an alter like this is low. 

Here it is in the outer sleeve.


Does it look like a Sharpie alter? Of course it does. That's what it is. The light/camera isn't doing it any favors either. I'm looking forward to trying this with some better markers. Colors! I'll bet even a thin layer of white paint with marker on top would work.

Ultimately, if you find a design you like at a website like Altered Sleeves, that might be the way to go. There are so many cool options. But if you want to try a low-risk, stress-free way to customize your deck, try altering your inner sleeves instead of the cards themselves.


Dollar General Thraximundar
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday February 11, 2021

Three-color budget slivers!

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Players’ Guide to Commander Win Conditions, Part 1
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Wednesday February 10, 2021

You've got your Commander deck ready to go. How will you win with it?

The post Players’ Guide to Commander Win Conditions, Part 1 appeared first on Hipsters of the Coast.


Uncurl Foil MTG Cards For Real
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Tuesday February 09, 2021

I'm careful with my cards, always have been. I keep them in double sleeves. Temperature controlled. Low moisture. I store my cards in a Pelican case with desiccant packets and in a safe with desiccant packets.

I'm one of those people.

Over the years, I occasionally get a foil card that is already curled. The foils I've opened from packs or that are already flat when I get them stay flat. But the foils that are already curled, they are a different story.

I've tried everything to uncurl the foil cards. Pressing between stacks of books for weeks on end doesn't work, even when I use tissue paper to "draw in the moisture." Physically curling the cards the other way doesn't work, at least not for more than a few minutes. Double sleeving helps to physically hold the cards flatter, but it's still obvious that there's a curled foil in the deck. I've stored cards in sleeves and out of sleeves in sealed containers with desiccant packets. I've tried everything, that is, except putting them in the oven.

Guess what finally worked?

First, a couple of disclaimers. Don't do this to your cards. This worked for me, but maybe I got lucky. Maybe my set up is entirely different from yours. Maybe it's pure coincidence. You've been warned.

Here's the deal. I've had a few cards in one of my Commander decks that drive me crazy. The deck is for casual play, but it's still annoying to have a few cards that are obviously curled foils in the deck. If one gets shuffled to the top or shows up in a cut, it feels bad because everyone knows what it is. They know I'm not cheating, but it can still ruin the moment. I've stored these cards in a tight deck box for years and the curl has never come out.

In other words, these cards were technically unplayable. I had nothing to lose.

My assumption is that the foil layer of the card on the face is plastic or something similar that doesn't absorb moisture. The cardboard layer is paper and does absorb moisture. Too much moisture and the paper layer expands. Since the plastic layer cannot expand, the card curls "up" toward the face. Presumably the opposite happens if the card is too dry.

Like I said, I've tried other methods to remove moisture from the cards with no success. This time, I decided to try putting the cards in the oven.

I started by heating the toaster oven to 150 degrees. Then I turned it off. I only used the residual heat on the cards.

The first plate I put the cards on didn't allow them to lay flat, so I switched to a bigger plate.

I took them out of the oven, then pressed them in a big book between sheets of tissue paper as they cooled.

Nope. Still curled. I decided that I had everything out already, so I might as well give it another try. This time I turned the oven up to 175 degrees and left it on with the door open.

I also put the cards on the edges of the plate so that I could see clearly if they started to bend. The card on the left is starting to bend slightly across the back. I didn't take my eyes off the cards. Once I saw the bend forming the other way, I took the cards out and pressed them in the big book again between sheets of tissue paper.

Success. It's difficult to see in this picture, but the cards are completely flat. I put them back in double sleeves, back in the tight deck box, and left them overnight. When I took them out the next day and shuffled the deck, I could not tell which cards they were in the stack. These cards are as flat as any of the other cards.

All told, this process took about 20 minutes. Now that I know what I'm doing, I could flatten dozens of cards using the same process in less time. The biggest thing is to watch the cards in the oven closely and pull them as soon as you see the curl flatten. You can always put the cards back in if you need to.


CommanderCast Ep 427 – Kaldheim Wrap-Up
on CommanderCast.com
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Posted on Monday February 08, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 427! This week Mark and Adam are finishing up with Kaldheim. The guys are going into what cards they feel are the most likely to have staying power in Commander. Then, they go over some of the cycles of cards from the new set. Finally, Adam and Mark […]


Old School MTG: OS Battle Bots!
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Saturday February 06, 2021

Are you ready?!

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday. This Sunday, get ready to rumble... with the rough and ready Battle Bots!

Watch as these metal machines smash, grab, rip, tear, and grind through the competition. Marvel as steel and rust monsters shift gears and crash for cash. It's dirty, rusty, and brutal.

We'll sell you the whole seat, but you're only going to need the edge.

Bat-bat-battle bots!


Do you want to see robots and rocket launchers? Do you want to see flying machines and battering rams? Join us this Sunday for Old School Battle Bots!

Who will be able to defeat the unstoppable Juggernaut? Will Urza's Avenger come out on top? Don't miss a second of the action when the Clockwork Beast winds up to drop a hammer on the fire-breathing Dragon Engine. Be there when the Yotian Soldier takes on the Brass Man in the Arena.

You're favorite artificers are all in on the action. Battle Gear, Weaponry, and Grenades. It. will. be. explosive!

Battle Bot fans unite. This Sunday.

Two-for-one coupons available at your local Urza's Mine, Tower, or Power Plant location. Visit any Mishra's Factory or Workshop for a free official Battle Bots! hat or t-shirt. Piston punch your way to a good time for the whole family.


Old School MTG: Old School 40 - Singleton
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Saturday February 06, 2021

I've organized a 40 card Old School format tournament for a small group of friends a few times over the past few years, mostly to make the entry into Old School more forgiving and accessible. We change the rules up a bit each time, but basically it's 40 card decks using OS cards.

Earlier this year, I started thinking about building a 40 card singleton OS deck for each color with the intention of playing the decks against each other. Of course, there's still a global pandemic so this is all theoretical. I built decks for Red, Blue, and Black. Keep scrolling for deck selfies.

I played a few "games" of one deck vs. the other. They games play out a lot like the Alpha 40 games, which isn't too surprising. There is almost no deck manipulation or draw, so top decks matter a lot! Drawing lands for a few turns in a row when you need action is a problem if the other deck has pressure on the board. Classic stuff.

Getting the chance to test these decks out enough to tune them will be challenging until we can get together in person again, but it was still fun to put these decks together. I'm always struck by how darkly colorful and saturated the Alpha/Beta cards are compared to other prints/sets. It really jumps out in a side-by-side comparison with a set like Legends. Arabian Nights is in the ballpark, too.

Right now, I'm running Alpha - Fallen Empires. FE could be easily cut. The decks might work better as Alpha/Beta/Unlimited. Since the decks are so small, even with the singleton deck construction limit, it turns into running most of the most obvious cards for each color/slot with a few surprises.

The goal was to have something "ready to play" and simple enough for quick games. After putting these together, the better approach might be a mini-Battle Box designed for 2 players using OS cards. There's a great example of this using Revised cards at MTGBattleBox. We have a Battle Box using bulk cards that is a crowd favorite, so an OS Battle Box could be a good entry point for the OS format. The best part about Battle Box is that card combinations you wouldn't otherwise see come up all the time. It's a way to get surprising mileage out of the cards you've been playing for 25+ years.


Red

Blue

Black





CommanderCast Ep 426 – Reserved List, Tribal Viability, and God Tribal
on CommanderCast.com
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Posted on Monday February 01, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 426! This week Mark and Adam are going Tribal! With the release of Kaldheim, building a God tribal deck is more viable than ever! So we feel that it’s time to discuss what makes a Tribal deck viable in Commander. So today we’re going over our thoughts and […]


The Power of the Dark Side, Part XI: Early 2021 Update – Mono Black Developments
on CommanderCast.com
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Posted on Saturday January 30, 2021

By Phil, AKA BeltFedWeapon   When I play Mono-Black in EDH, it is almost invariably a control strategy – MBC (mono-black control).Β  As such, I take the political leanings of Chairman Mao to heart when helming the deck.Β  I’ve said it in this series before – Mono-Black decks should take what I have coined the […]


Finding Magic in a World Without Gatherings
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Friday January 29, 2021

How can we capture a glimmer of that special something, the thing that keeps us going with this game?

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Orvar Lords Over Commander
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday January 28, 2021

Orvar, the All-Form attracts Ryan's love for changelings, tokens, and goofy blue spells.

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CommanderCast Ep 425 – Kaldheim spoilers, Boast, Raid
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Posted on Monday January 25, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 425! This week Mark and Adam are continuing to go over spoilers from Magic’s latest set, Kaldheim! With the new set comes new mechanics! This time the guys are talking about Boast, a few cards with Raid that don’t suck, and a few of the newly spoiled cards […]


CommanderCast Ep 424 – Kaldheim spoilers Foretell some new Sagas
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Posted on Monday January 18, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 424! This week Mark and Adam continue going over spoilers from Magic’s latest set, Kaldheim! With the new set comes new mechanics! This week the guys are talking about Foretell, the return of the Saga enchantments, and a few of the newly spoiled cards from the set!   […]


Revisiting the Legends of Commander 2014
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday January 14, 2021

Ryan continues his tour of the generals from the yearly Commander products, starring five famous planeswalkers and some other fan favorites.

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