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A Magic: The Gathering podcast that looks to outline many of the things I personally enjoy about the game. Includes deck techs, card spotlights, and much, more more. Created during the COVID-19 crisis by a bored guy who likes playing Magic. Mostly focuses on EDH/Commander, but includes episodes on many different topics.
 
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On this episode of the Guild Talk, NeoRoyal returns to discuss his enjoyment of House Dimir, the Blue/Black color combination. Commonly known for secretive actions, mill, counters, value, and zombies, Dimir offers many different ways to play while also providing access to two of the most powerful colors in MTG. Episode includes a breakdown of Neo's…
 
Lightning Builds are back! On this episode, Cole from the Uncommon Commanders podcast guest-stars to build everyone's favorite Goblin, Squee, Goblin Nabob! With an ability to return to hand from the graveyard on upkeep, Squee has some good discard synergies that Cole identifies as the focus of the deck. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantin…
 
On this episode of Guild Talk, MonoWhiteBorder joins me to discuss the design space of mono-White . . . er . . . Gruul! Designed around defying authority and smashing things, the Gruul Clans like to use beefy creatures and attack triggers to deal excessive damage to their opponents. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. You can find the e…
 
With the new Innistrad: Midnight Hunt set to drop in a few weeks' time, MonoWhiteBorder are at it again with our crazy set speculations based on the usual Mark Rosewater Tumblr post! Prepare yourselves for a thorough Investigation (for Clue tokens, of course!) of this set and what weird predictions we have in store before any cards get spoiled! You…
 
On this episode of White in MTG is GOOD, Actually, Charles the Mono-White Guy joins the crew as we discuss how Accessibility in White (or lack thereof) can potentially lead players to avoid playing White compared to the other colors. Since many of White's cards either require more steps to take before they can pay off, new players or those new to p…
 
On today's Guild Talk, DougYNerd joins me to talk about my new favorite guild pairing - Boros! Pairing red and white together, Boros has some serious beats but is often overlooked by the community. We challenge the concepts that "Boros sUcKZZ!" and explain how diverse this color pairing has become in recent years. You can find me on Twitter at @MTG…
 
Wizards of the Coast revealed all of the products that we are going to see for MTG in 2022, and there is a lot to unpack from the epic announcement! LevDev stops by to discuss each of the upcoming products and we set some predictions for what we're going to see (as well as talk a lot about Unfinity and JumpStart!). You can find me on Twitter at @MT…
 
MTG is a great game, but players don't always agree about what cards are "playable" and what "is not". MonoWhiteBorder joins the show to discuss how the MTG community can improve connectivity by changing the mindset away from division and finding better ways to discuss topics such as card viability and what cards to include in a deck. You can find …
 
Anomolee is a burgeoning MTG TikTok star who has brought a lot of joy and awesomeness to the MTG Twitter/TikTok communities through her light-hearted and inspiring documentations of the learning process for new MTG/EDH players. She joins the show to discuss how she first got interested in playing MTG, how what she has learned about EDH has shaped h…
 
The MTG In Quarantine podcast has reached the 100 episode mark, and as such I decided to list the 5 EDH decks I have built/played which define my playstyle the most out of my entire collection. There are some interesting choices on the list, so get ready for some behind-the-scenes philosophy on how/why I build decks! And there is a GIVEAWAY as part…
 
On this episode of Guild Talk, Cole from the Uncommon Commanders podcast joins me to discuss the W/G pairing that is Selesnya. Predicated on unity and strength in numbers, Selesnya likes to make a lot of tokens and swing for massive damage - but not all the time! We discuss the variable play experience available in these colors depending on which C…
 
On this episode of Guild Talk, Angelo (the JesGuy) joins me to discuss the U/W pairing that comprises the Azorius 2-color guild. Azorius often gets a bad reputation for being the color of slowing your opponents down, and we dive deeper into the color combination to demonstrate unique ways to build in these colors that don't rely on locking your opp…
 
On today's Guild Talk, Tyler from the Partners with MTG channel joins me to talk about Rakdos, filled with lots of scary demons and devils. We discuss what interests Tyler about the B/R color pairing as well as how the pairing has "changed" over time with new keywords and directions for decks to go in. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine…
 
Interested in trying out cEDH but don't know where to start? Scoots joins the show to discuss good starting options for those interested in getting into this side of the EDH format as well and challenges some of the major misnomers about starting cEDH. We then transition into a half-hour discussion about playing bass guitar and the blues, along wit…
 
On today's Guild Talk, Zach from The Command Dudes joins me to talk about our favorite guild, the Golgari Swarm! Combining green and black, this guild is all about dead/decaying things and oftentimes bringing them back or gaining value when things die. With Witherbloom having changed the color pairing some from Strixhaven, we had a lot to discuss (…
 
NeoRoyal joins the podcast to discuss Hatebears, which are cards which slow down your opponents while providing you with incremental advantage during the course of a game. Often found at the highest levels of 60-card Constructed play as well as cEDH, Hatebears often receive a lot of distrust because they are commonly associated with Stax strategies…
 
Rule 0 is potentially THE MOST IMPORTANT part of the EDH experience, and yet it's often overlooked or ignored when players sit down for a game. Create Commander joins the show to discuss how Rule 0 is the glue that ties the format together and provides a road-map to a more positive play experience. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. Th…
 
Andy from The Commander's Forge podcast joins the show to discuss his Linden, Steadfast Queen mono-White deck that focuses on gaining life from attacking creatures and going big with huge beaters. This episode was inspired by the White in MTG is GOOD, Actually series on the podcast. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The back catalog o…
 
On today's episode of The Card-Pool Lane, MonoWhiteBorder joins me once again while driving home from work to discuss Fey Steed, a white creature from the new Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Commander preconstructed decks. Fey Steed provides an interesting effect by offering temporary indestructibility to another one of your creatures, as well a…
 
On this episode of the Lightning Build series, DougYNerd joins the show to build a mono-red Aristocrats/"pinger" deck around Ryusei, the Falling Star. Ryusei pings all creatures without flying for 5 damage when it dies, so Doug sought to have sacrifice outlets which the Commander can be fed to in order to wipe the board. There is also a Devil token…
 
With Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set to release later in the week, Commander Theory drops by the podcast to discuss some of the new mechanics/flavor of the AFR set as well as to use as a jumping-off point for discussions about how Universes Beyond could be structured and how it may eventually change the face of MTG. There is some speculation…
 
DougYNerd joins the podcast to discuss how EDHRec can be used both as a tool and as a guide depending on what players are looking to build. We then discuss how we have actively avoided EDHRec recommendations for some of our personal builds because we want to explore unique themes that are not supported in the deck database tool. Examples include my…
 
MonoWhiteBorder joins the show (while driving) to discuss the huge reception which Priest of Ancient Lore received for the new AFR set and how Wall of Omens should see more play in the same role. We ponder about the direction White is going in for card draw and if we will see more cards like this in the future. I am on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. …
 
It's spoiler season, so that means that we're back to have the first word on the new Innistrad sets coming out! Listen to Ryan and I speculate on what we believe this 2-part set/block to be about as well as some things we'd like to see in the new sets. Guaranteed to not blow up in our faces this time, I promise! (lol) You can find me on Twitter at …
 
On today's episode, Andy from the Guardian Project Podcast drops by to discuss running an MTG podcast as well as how to tackle Content Creator Burnout. A lot of creators have broached this topic as of late given the never-ending spoiler season for new sets as well as keeping a schedule to record podcast episodes, and we cover our experiences in thi…
 
Happy One Year Podcast-eversary for the MTG IN Quarantine podcast! I celebrate the one-year mark of making MTG content by reviewing the highs and lows of the past year of content creation and thanking everyone who has guested on the show and inspired me to be a better Magic player and creator! I hope that this is just the beginning for the podcast …
 
On this episode of the Lightning Build series, Chris the Commander Mechanic returns to the show to build mono-red artifacts with Kurkesh, Onnake Ancient! Kurkesh allows you to copy the activated abilities (non-mana) of artifacts for a single red mana, so Chris walks us through his process for building a deck as well as outlining some of the ways th…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I discuss my use of a Play Log to record the results of each game of EDH that I have played in 2021. The Log is not only a way for me to see how well my decks have done across all games, but also can be used to identify decks that have become too powerful for my playgroup and thus see less use there. While this does …
 
Chad of Signature SpellBomb joins the show to talk about Oathbreaker, a 60-card singleton format where Planeswalkers are Commanders and each player has a Signature Spell available to them it's own special zone! We discuss the concept of the format as well as some of the misconceptions about the format. Lots of EDH parallels are included. You can fi…
 
Unloved Commanders unite! Commander content creator MagicalHacker joins the podcast to discuss his interest in building EDH decks with Commanders who most players overlook for one reason or another. He has compiled a list of all Commanders on EDHRec with less than 50 decks to their name, and has collected almost 50 decklists from various players us…
 
On this episode of White in MTG is GOOD, Actually, guest collaborators CoachJRo, MonoWhiteBorder, and I identify 5 "staple" cards in Mono-White that are very expensive and suggest budget alternatives for those looking for a similar effect at a fraction of the cost. We also identify cards with similar effects that go in different directions should y…
 
On this episode of Control Room, Ryan and I go in-depth on my first set of MTG, War of the Spark. Though pigeon-holed as a "poor" set by a lot of Magic players, I still run a ton of cards from this set in my decks to this day and swear by their constant utility and value. Hopefully you'll learn a lot more about how underrated this set actually is a…
 
ItsDemonyk joins the podcast for a Lightning Build around, you guessed it, a Demon! Varragoth allows you to tutor for a card and place it atop your library with its Boast ability while also having Deathtouch! This episode focuses on maximizing the Boast trigger in a Voltron-style build while also using other Demons to boost your board while simulta…
 
On this episode of Control Room, Ryan and I return to 2007/2008 to talk about the Lorwyn/Shadowmoor block. Featuring tons of tribal support for Faeries, Goblins, Kithkin, and other tribes, the block has been forgotten by a lot of players. Ryan explains how his own playing experience was shaped in part by these sets, and we explore the various mecha…
 
On today's Lightning Build, MonoWhiteBorder joins the show to build an Avacyn, Guardian Angel deck from scratch! Be prepared for big mana in mono-White, as well as some big beefy creatures and tons of explosive pay-offs for devotion. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. You can find the back catalogue of my podcasts on Spotify, Google, A…
 
Modern Horizons 2 is just around the corner, so that means it's almost time for Preview Season! MonoWhiteBorder joins the show to discuss various aspects of Mark Rosewater's Tumblr post (found here on 5-18-21), including what cards we are excited to see, as well as to identify any cards that we believe could be banned in any format. And there is a …
 
On today's episode of the White in MTG is GOOD, Actually, series, CoachJRo joins me to talk about one of my new favorite cards - Secret Rendezvous. It allows you to draw THREE cards for THREE mana as long as target opponent also draws three cards. There are tons of political implications stapled to this card, which is what makes it so good! You can…
 
On today's episode of he Lightning Build, the guys from the Mana Rock podcast join me to build a 5-color Commander in Cromat! You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The back catalogue of the podcast is available on Spotify, Google, Apple, and many other podcast outlets.
 
On today's Lightning Build, the Filthy MTG Casuals join the show to build a Thriss, Nantuko Primus Insect-tribal EDH deck completely from scratch! You can find the back catalogue of this podcast on Spotify, Apple, Google, and many other podcast outlets. I am on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine.
 
On today's episode of White in MTG is GOOD, Actually, CoachJRo joins me to discuss our builds of 20-card JumpStart-like packs for mono White, in which we include many of the core tenants of the color including +1 counters, enchantments, and pump effects to get our attackers through. We found that we shared some of the same opinions on the pack buil…
 
On today's episode of the podcast, DJ Johnson joins me to discuss the COMBAT STEP (hide your eyes, combo players!) and how we enjoy using combat (or forced combat) as a way to win games or at least keep games interesting. We both personally enjoy using combat as a viable win condition but have found multiple ways to build around this sort of strate…
 
On today's episode of Control Room, Ryan and I discuss Part 3 of our series on Uncommon cards that do a TON of work in EDH or that we just like to play. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The back catalog of this podcast is available on Spotify, Apple, Google, and many other podcast outlets.…
 
On today's Lightning Build, Tap That MTG joins the show to build an Azusa, Lost But Seeking EDH deck from scratch without any time to pre-plan. Prepare yourselves for a mono-Green Landfall build! You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The back catalogue of my podcast is available on Spotify, Google, Apple, and many other podcast outlets.…
 
We're going to party like it's the early 2000s all over again! MonoWhiteBorder, CoachJRo, BitBoardGamer, and I are going to throw down in a white-bordered EDH game using only white-bordered cards from Revised through Ninth Edition. Each player has provided an introduction to the concept of the deck they will use in the game and threw in some smack …
 
On today's Lightning Build, Azhaiel joins the podcast to build a Mistform Ultimus deck concept using Moonfolk and plenty of land-based combos! You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. You can find the back catalog of the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Casts, and other podcast outlets.…
 
On today's episode, Azhaiel joins the podcast to discuss a series of cards that can be used to boost the power of any under- or unsupported tribal strategy in EDH. While these cards cannot fully replace tribe-specific cards, they can be useful to filling out a decklist while providing a significant punch to your opponents! You can find me on Twitte…
 
On today's Lightning Build, guest CoachJRo builds a Blind Seer EDH deck featuring a lot of color-shifting cards and strategies. Blind Seer is a unique Commander that allows you to change the color of target permanent. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The back catalogue of these podcast episodes is available on Spotify, Google, Apple,…
 
On today's episode, CoachJRo joins me to discuss our introduction to the Commander format and how we have developed as deck-builders and players over time. J Ro also explains the set of three "intro" EDH decks that he has available for new players and intended to teach different deck archetypes. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The b…
 
On the first episode of the Lightning Build series, Ryan builds a conceptual EDH deck from scratch without knowing the Commander ahead of time! On today's episode is Hanna, Ship's Navigator, a Legendary Creature that I once had helming a deck before eventually swapping Commanders. You can find me on Twitter at @MTGInQuarantine. The back catalogue o…
 
On today's episode of Control Room, Ryan and I discuss another 10 cards at the Uncommon rarity that really pack a punch. The difference is that I picked the cards from my collection this time, so prepare yourself for a lot of recent cards. But don't worry, there's a lot of good value cards included that I have vetted time and again in my EDH decks,…
 
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