Hello, and welcome once again to another preliminary matchup from the EDH Battle Royale II! We are nearing the end of the preliminaries, with this being match 13 (out of 16), and with a number of surprising upsets already, everyone was anxiously wondering if there would be another upset today. It is time to find out!
Match 13: Isperia, Supreme Judge vs. Rafiq of the Many vs. Maelstrom Wanderer vs. Sek’Kuar, Deathkeeper
This is sure to be a crazy matchup pitting two newcomers against two battle-tested veterans! Here we go!
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been taking a look at the newest MtG set, Born of the Gods, and sharing my views on the set with regards to how the cards will impact my EDH decks. There is a surprising amount of this new set that I can foresee making waves at my kitchen table in the near future. You can read part one here, and part two here.
Now, with the entire set spoiled, it’s time to take a look, and see what else will go in my EDH collection. Let’s go!
Last week, I took a quick initial look at the next Magical set, Born of the Gods. At that time, the spoiler was only showing 28/165 cards, which wasn’t a lot… However, what surprised me at that time was just how many of the cards spoiled could potentially find homes in my EDH decks. Now, with lots more cards spoiled (64/165 at this time), it’s time to dive back into the set. What else will I be trying in my EDH decks?
It’s time to find out!
Welcome back to the EDH Battle Royale II! This week, we have a huge, exciting battle scheduled, pitting three powerful gladiators (and Karn) against each other in a battle to the finish! This is our next match:
Match 12: Lazav, Dimir Mastermind vs. Kaalia of the Vast vs. Intet, the Dreamer vs. Karn, Silver Golem
What a wild matchup this is going to be! Who will reign triumphant in this fight between three very powerful decks (and poor Karn)? Let us find out!
It’s time once again for that magical time of year… spoiler season for the new MTG set, where we peruse the spoiler, looking for the rare hidden gem that we can spruce up our EDH decks with. Last year gave us all sorts of EDH goodies, with Theros being especially good to my multiplayer decks; would Born of the Gods be as kind?
Even though as I write this, there are only 28/165 cards spoiled, that’s enough to have a quick look, with a more in-depth writeup next week… Let’s find out what this set looks like so far for my EDH decks!
The EDH Battle Royale II continues today, with not one, but two exciting matchups! On Monday, we gasped in awe and wonder as both Homura, Human Ascendant and Mayael the Anima were able to advance… who will win and move on in our matches today?
Our first matchup today features a mighty battle between an interesting random pairing of decks:
Match 10: Krenko, Mob Boss vs. Stonebrow, Krosan Hero vs. Karona, False God (Angels) vs. Azami, Lady of Scrolls
Who will win this first matchup today, and move on to be the first competitor in our third quarterfinal matchup? Let’s find out!
The EDH Battle Royale II continues today, with not one, but two mighty matchups! Our first matchup today features a very interesting random quartet of decks:
Match 8: Merieke Ri Berit vs. Nekusar, the Mindrazer vs. Doran, the Siege Tower vs. Homura, Human Ascendant
Who will win this first matchup today, and move on to the second quarterfinal match against Adun Oakenshield, Vish Kal, Blood Arbiter, and the Bird tribe led by Kangee, Aerie Keeper? Let’s find out!
After a short delay for the holidays, the second annual EDH Battle Royale is back with a vengeance! Our last winner was Vish Kal, Blood Arbiter, who bested The Mimeoplasm to move on to the second quarterfinal matchup, where he will face Adun Oakenshield. This is today’s matchup:
Match 7: Rasputin Dreamweaver vs. Damia, Sage of Stone vs. Lord of Tresserhorn vs. Kangee, Aerie Keeper
Who will move on today to join Vish Kal and Oakenshield in the second quarterfinal?
It’s holiday season again, and everyone knows what that means — it’s time once again for my annual Random Christmas Sealed deck event! I had already won the Sealed games, but now it was time to battle with our entire Sealed pools from all three years… Who will triumph this year, me or the lovely Angela? Let’s find out!
Happy New Year, everyone! 2013 was quite the year for EDH, with several excellent multiplayer-friendly sets (Return to Ravnica block, the Modern reprints of Modern Masters, Theros, and the second set of Commander preconstructed decks) and with the second set in Theros block coming at the start of February, 2014 should also be an excellent year for Magic as well!