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Month: June 2017

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Standard Deviation: Mardu Control

With the standard meta consisting of Temur energy, mono black zombies, and green/black delirium, there needs to be a force to stop this wave of aggro. That force is Mardu Control, the deck that I’ve been playing since Aether Revolt, and have had consistently strong results with. An intuitive hybrid between Midrange and Control, this standard menace comes packed with the best removal and finishers that the colors offer, guaranteed to leave your opponents in the dust.

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Boggsimus Builds: Sram’s Garage

There comes a time when you stumble upon a card and you realize that it is now your life’s goal to make a deck around that card. I kind of slacked when it came to Khaladesh spoilers, so when I found Sram I was blown away. I’ve created numerous mono-white decks and they have always felt like they were lacking something: card draw.

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This Review: Rhune

Okay, so we’ve established that steampunk is something close to my heart. In addition to loving steampunk, I am a HUGE fan of Marvel’s Thor, which stemmed from my fondness of Norse mythology. Rhune takes steampunk and fuses it with Norse mythological flavoring, creating a new genre: Stormpunk. That’s right when you enter the realms of Rhune, you are playing in a setting of dwarves, aelves, giants, mechanical monstrosities, and gods!

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Big Daddy Brews: Sultai MimeOoze

Alright, guys, we’re back this week with something a little out of my comfort zone: Sultai MimeOoze Typically my Commander decks are pretty powerful, but I would hesitate to call them “competitive.” I feel that I build Commander decks as strong as they can be without fitting that moniker. There’s usually some acknowledged flaw in them that I don’t attempt to fix, that kind of thing.

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This Review: Wrath of Kings

Cool Mini or Not’s Wrath of Kings is not only visually stimulating, it’s mentally stimulating. There is one word that encompasses everything Wrath of Kings represents: Intuitive. For those of you who are veterans of the tabletop wargames field, this game will seem familiar yet different in comparison to games you’ve played.

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Top 5 Do’s and Don’ts in D&D

In my many years of playing roleplaying games, there have been recurring problems that have arose from players. I have found myself stressing the importance of what not to do in order to enhance what to do. And I think the approach of teaching people things based on personal experience is really helping to increase the enjoyment that people take away from gaming.

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Big Daddy Brews: Kozilock

Hey guys, last Big Daddy Brews I promised a budget deck. Budget can mean something a little different for everyone so here I’m specifically aiming to keep the deck at around $100 total. Every single card in the deck (at the time that I am writing this) is under $10.

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This Review: Treasure Hunter

Right away I was taken back to my days of sitting in the front of my old television playing games on my Nintendo. Eroth Productions had successfully created a game with the feeling of exploring dungeons in a classic Nintendo-like setting. The nostalgia was taking over, and I became overly excited to play the game; I could hear its dungeons beckoning me to enter.

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From The Ground Up

I was led to Hero Forge by encountering one of their posts while scrolling through my Facebook wall. I was intrigued by the fact that you could create a miniature from scratch using their editor!