It’s holiday season again, and everyone knows what that means — it’s time once again for a Random Christmas Sealed deck event! In part one, I went over my own Sealed pool and the various builds I was looking at playing, before settling on a highly aggressive R/B/w deck. Today, we’ll be going over Angela’s Sealed pool, her deck, and the initial games.
Who will triumph this year, me or the lovely Angela? Let’s find out!
It’s holiday season again, and everyone knows what that means — it’s time once again for a Random Christmas Sealed deck event! Who will triumph this year, me or the lovely Angela? Let’s find out!
From me to all of you, happy holiday season! May you all get mythics in your booster packs, may your Cube packs always have first-pick Sol Rings, and here’s hoping that Wizards sees fit to keep printing excellent and fun Commander cards in the year 2014! Thanks to everyone for reading MTGeezer, and I’ll try my best to keep the hits coming as the new year starts!
The second annual EDH Battle Royale is well under way, and our matchup today features some heavy hitters, including one of the final four from last year, and a surprising, sudden ending. Who will be our winner today, and move on to face Adun Oakenshield in the second quarterfinal match?
Our matchup today is a doozy:
Match 6: The Mimeoplasm vs. Krond the Dawn-Clad vs. Vish Kal, Blood Arbiter vs. Maga, Traitor to Mortals
Who will win this ultra-competitive matchup?
With our second annual EDH Battle Royale under way, I had fallen short of the 64-deck benchmark that I needed to make this event work, and had to put together some extra entrants at the last minute for our upcoming event. These extra entrants could be just about anything, and I was looking forward to putting some unique decks together for it.
This will be a quick look at the rest of the extra decks that I set up as our surprise entrants. Let’s take a look, shall we?
The second annual EDH Battle Royale continues today, with not one, but two matches for your reading pleasure! Our first matchup features our reigning champion from last year, Sedris, the Traitor King, and our second matchup… well, let’s just say that it features another Un-general, and leave it at that.
Our first matchup today is:
Match 4: Ruric Thar, the Unbowed vs. Edric, Spymaster of Trest vs. Sedris, the Traitor King vs. Sliver Overlord
The second annual EDH Battle Royal tournament continues today, as four new competitors step into the squared circle to battle for the right to face Bruna and Saffi in the first quarterfinal matchup. Of our four gladiators here today, ready to shed blood and tears as they struggle with each other, who will be the one to move on?
Let’s find out, shall we? Our epic matchup today is:
Match 3: Sakashima the Impostor vs. Karona, False God vs. Skullbriar, the Walking Grave vs. Jalum Grifter
Our second annual Battle Royale is well under way, with the potent combo-control deck led by Bruna, Light of Alabaster crushing three other generals to advance as our first winner. We would see who our second winner today would be, in this match:
Match 2: Saffi Eriksdotter vs. Ixidor, Reality Sculptor vs. Zirilan of the Claw vs. Kongming
The decks were all built. Generals were all chosen. Forces had been marshaled, Wrath effects were readied, and our players were all ready to draw some extra cards. A whopping 6400 cards had been sleeved, and 64 mighty EDH decks were ready to battle to the death, until only one victor would stand alone amidst the ashes of the fallen.
It was time to fight for glory. For recognition and fame. But most of all, it was time to fight, because we could. It was time for our second annual Commander tournament… it was time for The EDH Battle Royale II! And our first match would be:
Match 1: Jeleva, Nephalia’s Scourge vs. Heartless Hidetsugu vs. Brion Stoutarm vs. Bruna, Light of Alabaster