Category: good stuff
Kresh the Bloodbraided has been a pet deck of mine for a very long time. Other than Sharuum the Hegemon, I think this has been the deck that I’ve built more than any other general out there. It stands to reason that I’ve also given up on it more times than any other as well, and I finally realized my mistake – one that has likely put me in such a bad place game-wise for so long.
Last week, I took a chance and reversed my design preferences, and promptly won four games back-to-back. But we’ll come back to this in a bit.
I’m that guy.
It’s taken me a long time to really come to terms with this fact; to step up and really own it for the first time. I’ve made tons of excuses over the past year as to why I’m just trying to keep up with the overall power level of the shop, or why I needed to compensate for a particularly rough patch of game losses, but the reality is pretty simple:
My name is Cass, and I’m a blatant GoodStuff™ abuser.
An article on Commander entitled “A Unified Theory of Commander” hit the interwebs over at Brainstorm Brewery this week, and it seems to have struck a chord with the community. I wanted to take some time to weigh in with my thoughts here; I think the author, Jason, came with a solid angle, but might have lost sight of the forest for the trees in the process.
Check it out. Podcasts two weeks in a row. Woot!
In this edition of Grumpier old men who play EDH, Cass, Sean, and Mr. P discuss EDH, the issue of staples and goodstuff, Kaalia of the Vast, what qualifies as a staple, and silly prices.