Commander Spotlight: Primal Order

Collectible card games bear a number of traits that make them prohibitive to a great many people, including difficulty level, barrier cost to entry, the financial burden of continually buying new product, and the potential difficulties of finding others in...
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Commander Spotlight: Rakdos Charm

Space. When it comes to the great cosmos and worlds beyond, its truly awe-inspiring just how vast it really is. With billions of stars, planets, and other celestial phenomena, there exists an ever-expansive list of things to explore beyond our...
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Commander Spotlight: Iridescent Angel

I have always been a fan of protection as an ability. It’s been around since the game’s beginning, but it’s also arguably one of the most complicated abilities for players to comprehend – perhaps only beaten out by banding. This...
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Commander Spotlight: Gaze of Granite

The one thing a Commander player will never be able to complain about is a lack of options available when building a deck. Yes, some players will gripe because a specific ability isn’t in the colors they want, or there...
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Commander Spotlight: Rebuild

Perception is reality. This is an age-old statement that remains as true now as the day it was coined. The vast majority of us have a tendency to merely take what’s around us and extrapolate an immediate conclusion. From politics to...
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Commander Spotlight: Chandra, Pyromaster

Our hobbies encompass some of our most passionate attributes. Beyond the larger aspects of life – family, friends, societal concerns, or the annual return of the Shamrock Shake (so I’m told) – what we choose to do with our free...
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Commander Spotlight: Glare of Subdual

  Among the many axioms about battlefield tactics, one of the most useful (and obvious) is upsetting expectations. That is, the less predictable you are to your opponent, the better your chances at victory. If your enemy knows what you’re...
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Commander Spotlight: Mercadian Atlas

“He who wishes to fight must first count the cost. When you engage in actual fighting, if victory is long in coming, then men’s weapons will grow dull and their ardor will be dampened.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of...
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