Savra vs Trostani vs Ayula vs Azor EDH / CMDR game play for Magic: The Gathering



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  1. Me: "Muddstah's Trostani build? Ah, finally!
    Muddstah dies to Infect before doing much

    Please tell me you're working on updating the deck, it's a beautiful thing and it's one of the reasons I subscribed to you (besides the consistent quality content, ofc!)

  2. Although I love that you match the highlighted cards to the played ones it's a bit annoying if it is a Japanese planeswalker since if the viewer doesn't know the abilities he can't pause to read it but has to Google it.

  3. Oh noooo! I was so excited to see your Trostani in action again, but you were cut down in the prime of life. Guess it was a little greedy to go all in on the ramp effects with no board state, but the infect blowout came out of nowhere.

  4. That's what Nick gets. That fool fell for the banana in the tailpipe. Ben had 4 lands and only a Kokusho on the field. Martin had a zillion mana and a strong boardstate. He thought his control with Rule of Law was untouchable. Glad he lost this game. He shouldve killed Martin with Azor and then dealth with Ben easily

  5. I think full Bear tribal would've been extremely difficult to run, just given how spread out their support has been throughout the years. I feel the non-bear creature and planeswalker support was the way to go. Worked out really well in the end.

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