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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".

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MagicalHacker – 🧟‍♂️ Deck Doctor (Patreon Perks) – Jeff Mobley’s Sidisi Brood Tyrant Deck – GAVONY TOWNSHIP E56
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Posted on Saturday July 04, 2020

Welcome to Gavony Township! Today, we are taking a look into the Sidisi Brood Tyrant that a patron of mine by the name of Jeff Mobley submitted, and OH BOY this deck is cool! The question is this: Will I be able to make some good suggestions for how to make this deck even cooler? […]


The Commander’s Quarters – Are You Out of Your Hive Mind?!? | EDH | Janky Fun Commander Card | Magic the Gathering | Commander
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Posted on Saturday July 04, 2020

Command your budget! The Commander’s Quarters is your source for everything budget Commander! Today Mitch tries to find the most effective and most fun ways to use Hive Mind in Commander! ———- When you are buying decks or individual cards, make sure you are using any of our TCGplayer affiliate links below to help support […]


Pass The Turn – MTG: EDH: COMMANDER GAME: KOTHOPHED v SIDISI, BROOD TYRANT
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Posted on Saturday July 04, 2020

Join Azz as he battles Charles from Montreal! Expect to see more from Charles… #edh #commander #mtg #magicthegathering #deckbuilding #wizardsofthecoast #mtgaddicts #elderdragonhighlander #commandzone #kothophed #sidisi #gameplay #commandergameplay #1v1 #mtgvideo #contentcreator Make sure you check out our affiliate links below: https://www.magicmadhouse.co.uk/?utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=passtheturnyoutube https://www.bigorbitcards.co.uk/affiliates/idevaffiliate.php?id=142


EDHRECast 118: Is Core 2021 the Best Core Set Ever?
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Posted on Saturday July 04, 2020

Core 2021 is here, and in Joey’s own words, it’s a ding-dang doozy! Time to see which new cards will have the biggest impact on the EDH format! Follow the cast on Twitter: @EDHRECast @JosephMSchultz @danaroach @mathimus55 https://edhrec.com/ Interested in writing for EDHREC? Send us your pitch at edhrec.com/apply or send us an email at […]


MagicalHacker – 🎰 Deck Doctor AND Gameplay (Patreon) – Unspokenblood’s Selenia Dark Angel Deck – GAVONY TOWNSHIP E55
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Posted on Saturday July 04, 2020

Welcome to Gavony Township! Today, we are doing a deck doctor video AND a gameplay video for Unspokenblood, a patron of mine that also won a giveaway I did on Patreon! He submitted a deck helmed by Selenia Dark Angel, so will I be able to figure out how to best fix a deck based […]


SplitSecond – #21 – Tinybones, Emiel, Bruvac, Inniaz – Jumpstart EDH Gameplay
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Posted on Friday July 03, 2020

Jumpstart Legendaries – Tinybones, Trinket Thief; Emiel the Blessed; Bruvac the Grandiloquent; Inniaz, the Gale Force – cEDH Gameplay This week we bring you brand new legendaries releasing with Magic Jumpstart Edition ✩✩✩ The 4k Subs is still running. All you need to do is become a patron during June/July and we will be giving […]


Jumbo Commander – NEW Core 21 RADHA Commander Deck Tech
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Posted on Friday July 03, 2020


Commander Tactics – 64-Creature Deathtouch Tribal: Umori, Virtus and Gorm | Commander Deck Tech | Magic The Gathering
on EDHREC
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Posted on Friday July 03, 2020

In a world of companions, Umori makes things pretty tough to brew around. BUT WE HAVE DONE IT! Deathtouch tribal never looked so good. With our onslaught of only creatures, this deck aims to control the board from start to finish! New video every Friday! Thanks for checking out the video and we’ll see you […]


The Nitpicking Nerds – Ranking Every Jumpstart Commander | Which Jumpstart Legends are the Best?
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Posted on Friday July 03, 2020

Ranking every commander from JUmpstart! Where do they fit in our overall ranking of commanders? TCGplayer affiliate link: https://bit.ly/JumpstartBox Consider Supporting us via Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15711695 Check Joe Cherries out LIVE on Twitch Weekdays 10-4 EST: https://www.twitch.tv/thenitpickingnerds You can digitally tip us here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/9CWGBPu Follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/Nitpicking Nerds Ever wake up at 3 am […]


The Nitpicking Nerds – Ranking Every Jumpstart Commander | Which Jumpstart Legends are the Best?
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Posted on Friday July 03, 2020

Ranking every commander from JUmpstart! Where do they fit in our overall ranking of commanders? TCGplayer affiliate link: https://bit.ly/JumpstartBox Consider Supporting us via Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15711695 Check Joe Cherries out LIVE on Twitch Weekdays 10-4 EST: https://www.twitch.tv/thenitpickingnerds You can digitally tip us here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/9CWGBPu Follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/Nitpicking Nerds Ever wake up at 3 am […]


Konda’s Big Adventure
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday July 02, 2020

Many more than seven samurai lurk in this casual Commander brew.

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Commander Primer: Dimir
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2020

It's a secret to everybody.

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Most Impactful EDH Cards from Core Set 2021
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Monday June 29, 2020

It's time to get brewing.

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CommanderCast Ep 404 – Episode Not Found
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Posted on Monday June 29, 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 404! This week Mark and Adam are talking about the Commanders coming in M21 and the new Jumpstart products! But first, WotC have finally made a keyword for an old mechanic we’ve been playing with for years. Then, a question that has been on our mines for awhile […]


Average Commander: Karn, Silver Golem (June 2020)
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Posted on Sunday June 28, 2020

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Karn, Silver Golem


The number of decks in the database increased from 259 last month to 276 this month. Myr Battlesphere came out for the first time this year and was replaced by Wurmcoil Engine, a card that has been on the bubble, costs one less mana to cast, and leaves bodies behind after a board wipe. Thought Vessel replaced Tamiyo's Journal. I've never been impressed by Tamiyo's Journal and seeing some additional acceleration is a welcome change.

The cost of the average deck increased considerably, from $732.56 last month to $831.46. This price is for the TCGPlayer Direct package. If you are willing to accept around 75 individual shipments, the price is closer to $730. TCGPlayer is shipping again, so I expect prices will begin to migrate back down due to the aggregation competition.

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Myr Battlesphere Out

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Wurmcoil Engine In

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Tamiyo's Journal Out

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Thought Vessel In


Sethron Jumpstarts Minotaurs
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday June 25, 2020

Jumpstart your Minotaur decks in Commander!

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Budget Blitz: Best Bargains for Core Set 2021
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Posted on Monday June 22, 2020

You can still find some good deals on cards to add to your paper Magic collection.

The post Budget Blitz: Best Bargains for Core Set 2021 appeared first on Hipsters of the Coast.


CommanderCast Off-Week Q+A #1 – Commander Damage
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Posted on Monday June 22, 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast! This week in honor of Father’s Day Mark and Adam are taking a week off from the regular to give you something different. Instead of the usual CommanderCast episode that you have come to know and love, you’ll be receiving what is known as an off episode of CommanderCast. […]


Massacre Girl: Mechanically Fun Mono Black Control
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Monday June 15, 2020

Sweeping from the Command Zone for fun and profit!

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CommanderCast Ep 403 – Deja Vu All Over Again: More Previews, More Rules Changes
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Posted on Monday June 15, 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 403! This week Mark and Adam are talking about some new rules changes again! This time it’s the companions that got the stink-eye from WotC! But first, the Banned Hammer is swinging down and this time it’s on some cards you probably wouldn’t expect but once you hear […]


My Favorite Mountains
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday June 11, 2020

And now for something not that different!

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Rules Change: “Dies” Triggers Will Work for Commanders
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Monday June 08, 2020

Commanders will be able to briefly go to the graveyard before their return to the command zone.

The post Rules Change: “Dies” Triggers Will Work for Commanders appeared first on Hipsters of the Coast.


CommanderCast Ep 402 – Previews, Rules Changes, and Obligatory Bad Cards
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Posted on Monday June 08, 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 402! This week Mark and Adam are talking about some new rules changes to Commander involving what happens when your Commander leaves the battlefield! But first, we all need some of that M21 Core Set goodness in our lives. Then the guys finish the episode off by discussing […]


Old School MTG: Colorless Reanimator?!
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Saturday June 06, 2020


Do you know what card I don't see played? Triassic Egg. Why? Well, because it's not great. But! But, that didn't stop me from putting together this sweet brew.

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Triassic Egg is a bad and slow reanimation spell. But you can cheat creatures out from your hand at instant speed. So, it's kind of like a terrible Animate Dead and a terrible Eureka put together. Sort of. Well, not really.

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Oh, and Rocket Launcher. If only it didn't take a turn to "load" it would be almost playable. Almost. Well, not really.

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And how could I leave Arena out of a deck like this? The answer: I couldn't. So, it's there. It's like a weird removal spell on a land. Uncounterable removal, baby. Is it good? Well, not really.

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Jalum Tome helps to filter through these awful, awful cards. Bonus! It throws away an early uncastable Colossus of Sardia to bring back with the Egg later. Sometimes.

After playing a few games with this, I would make these changes:

-1 Rocket Launcher
-2 Triassic Egg
-1 Jalum Tome
+4 Howing Mine

I played a game with my family. Here's some cool stuff that happened.


Count 'em. Two Eggs. Plus, Tawnos's Coffin as removal. That's fun. It's difficult to see, but she dropped a Blood Sun on me early. Oof.


Look at that! An Egg with a magical two counters on it. Plus a bonus Egg waiting for even more mana to be pumped into it over two turns. Flavor win!


The Egg brought back a Colossus of Sardia. Thunder. I used a Rocket Launcher for the win. Lightning.

It's a fun deck. I enjoyed running these less-used colorless cards. Triassic Egg is super-vulnerable to artifact removal, of course. Rocket Launcher is slow. Arena is questionable. But hey, this deck lights me up. If I can make those swaps and cram in more card draw, I think we're in business. I don't expect a deck like this to take down any tournaments, but if you're planning on friendly games this could be the ticket.








Midrange Markov: Edgar Markov Vampires
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Friday June 05, 2020

For when you want to take some time to play with your food.

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Returning to Nekusar
on Hipsters of the Coast
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Posted on Thursday June 04, 2020

Who's afraid of 2013's most feared general?

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CommanderCast Ep 401 – To ETB Tapped or Not? That’s Not Much of a Question
on CommanderCast.com
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Posted on Monday June 01, 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 401! We finally made it out of the 400 celebration and we’re back to regularly scheduled programming. Huge thank you to all of the people who came out if it, but this week Mark and Adam are asking… To Tapped or not To Tapped? Whether or not should […]


Average Commander: Karn, Silver Golem (May 2020)
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Saturday May 30, 2020

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Another month, another round of updates to the average Karn, Silver Golem deck from EDHREC.

For the average Karn deck, there weren't many changes this month. The number of decks in the database increased from 241 last month to 259 this month. The only card that changed was Mage-Ring Network out and Bonders' Enclave in. It's relatively easy to meet the requirement on Bonders' Enclave and it draws a card at a reasonable rate. Mage-Ring Network was a short-lived change. Cost comparisons are still challenged due to the pandemic, but the overall cost of the deck increased from $604.03 last month to a whopping $732.56 this month. I expect prices to normalize once TCGPlayer begins aggregating cards again.

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A note about the "cheap" version of the average deck. The sample size continues to be too small for the card changes to make sense. For this update and future updates, I'll be looking at the full average deck including all decks in the database for Karn, Silver Golem.


The Truth About Ultra-Pro Binders for MTG Card Storage
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Posted on Friday May 29, 2020





This is something I've been wanting to do for a while. I just have stacks of cards sitting around and I wanted to keep them more organized. I converted a Pelican case to store cards, but it's difficult to flip through and see the cards. Enter the binder.

My experience with binders from literally 25 years ago was that cards would get all screwed up. They would get bent. Or the rings would make indentations in them. It was bad. I've always kept my cards in boxes.

Over the years, they started making binders that have no rings. They are more like old CD cases, with individual lined pockets for the cards welded to a stiff cover. It looks like this inside.


The one downside I've read about binders like this is that they don't stay closed or lay flat. To counteract this, the manufacturer added a strap (or band) that keeps it closed. Here's a picture of it with the binder empty.


The strap is tight and keeps the binder closed. That's good. But there's a concern that when the binder is full of cards, the tight strap will bend the cards along the edges. There's probably some truth to this. Since I'm not using the binders to transport cards, only to organize and store them, I'm not using the straps to keep the binders closed.

But here's what it looks like with with a full binder. It doesn't look as extreme as I've seen in other pictures. You could probably stretch out the band and still use it to keep the binder closed without bending the cards.


Loading the binder is simple. The pockets are open on the sides (not the top) and are open to the "middle" of the page. In other words, cards on the left load from the right and cards on the right load from the left. Got it? Okay.




I am using 4-pocket binders because I mostly have play sets of four cards, I think it looks neat like this, and the smaller binders fit in my storage system.



It was relatively quick to organize my Old School cards into the binders. The binders hold 160 cards each and I only have about 400 cards in my Old School collection, so three binders did the trick with room to spare. One of the things I like about the Old School format is that I can have a focused collection. If you have a larger collection, I could see the benefit of getting one binder for each color plus one for lands and one for artifacts.

When the binder is full, it's full. You could technically fit more than one card in a single (individual) pocket, but I don't think the binder would even close if you loaded it up that way. All of my cards are double-sleeved and there's plenty of room in each pocket.

The build quality seems fine. The price is good. It does exactly what it is supposed to do. Watch out for the tight strap if you think it will bend your cards. Flipping through it feels like looking through a spell book. :)








Old School MTG: Red Atog Shops
on AyeCommander
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Posted on Friday May 29, 2020




I did it. Red is the last color in the series of decks that I'm building with an artifacts-focused theme. It was a blast to build all of these decks! But don't worry, I've got some other deckbuilding ideas planned for the rest of the year.

As I continue to take advantage of webcam games with Ben during the "stay home" order, I took this deck for a spin against his mono-black deck and his UW control/aggro deck. The games were quick! In one game I cast Wheel of Fortune into an Underworld Dreams hoping to draw one of my burn spells for the win. Spoiler alert: I didn't draw the burn spell. In another game I destroyed his Serra Angel with Chaos Orb and his Savannah Lions with my Falling Star on the same turn! That's two dexterity cards for those of you who are counting. The dex cards add a wonderful and whimsical element to the game.


Here's a picture of me attacking with a Shivan Dragon!


Here's a broken turn 1 Triskelion off Misrha's Workshop and Black Lotus, the way Richard Garfield intended. How cool is it that in Old School one of the most degenerate openers (6 mana on turn 1) results in a 4/4 robot with upside?


The broken triple Black Vise play. If only I could draw a Wheel of Fortune!

This deckbuilding project has been fun. I'm looking forward to being able to get together to sling some spells in person soon.




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