A full three weeks later and here we are – delivering the results of the final matchup in this, our First Annual EDH General March Madness Battle! Who reigns supreme this year? And who walks away with the sweet swag for having the best bracket? Hold onto your seats, folks.
The Elite Eight battles take center stage to set up the Final Four action! By the end of the day, we’ll know the final two EDH March Madness finalists who will square off for the Championship Title of the First Annual GDC EDH General Tournament of Doom on Monday.
We’re nearing the end of round two in this awesome general battle, and we’re almost completely done winnowing out this year’s chaff. Come check out the beat downssssss, today featuring most of the Yore-Tiller and Witch-Maw Conferences.
Thank goodness for round two. Round one left us with four color identities completely removed from the tournament. Red, white, Rakdos, and the patriotic RWU have all been not-so politely shown the way out. I don’t think this really even came as a surprise to them. For this round, we’re breaking it up by conference, but we’re starting you off with the good stuff.
Anyways, let’s continue the party, starting with the Ink-Treader Conference and Glint-Eye Conference today. We’ll be back Wednesday to finish the second round off with Yore-Tiller and Witch-Maw.
The last day of Round One is finally here. I hope you all have had fun following your favorite and most-reviled Commanders’ progress. I know we have! Day three offers a great set of matches if you like watching the wheat getting separating from the chaff.
Day one was exciting. We saw a number one seed knocked out by a wild card. We saw mono-white wiped clean out of the tournament. It was a bad day for dragons and angels, but a great day for elves and elementals. Let’s see if this set of matches can keep the excitement going.
Welcome welcome welcome! The first ever GDC March Madness Tournament of Spikey EDH Generals has commenced and we’re here to share Day One’s results from round one.
March is here, and that means madness has descended upon the United States. It’s the magically insane time of year when people who don’t even watch basketball try to scrape up enough insight to fill out a bracket and do some gambling. Here at GDC, we wanted in on the excitement; however, we already have ways to get excited about basketball, so we wanted to focus on our favorite Magical format – Commander.
This year on GDC we are hosting the EDH March Madness Spike Tournament of Commanders.