Not this one.

I have seen the future, gentle reader.  Oh yes.  And it came to me in not one or two dimensions, but three!  Three dimensions, in the divine shape of a cube.  More than a thousand of the greatest cards to ever be played in EDH, all together in one place.  Ever feel like EDH has become stale, and that games play out the same every night?  Well, no more, for the cube is here to save us from boredom.

Seriously, though, it was some of the most interesting EDH I’ve played in a long time – I’ll write more on my experiences with the local Commander Cube when I have time.  Until then, I suggest you see if one is in your area and give it a try.

4 comments to Commander…Cubed

  • It was a pretty incredible experience, especially as a new EDH player. My biggest mistake I think was playing colors I was familiar with. It’s a great chance to go out of your comfort zone and try something crazy you’d never drop real cash on. And Sam’s collection was absolutely drool-worthy.

  • Candy

    Each pack we passed was beyond nerdgasmic. I couldn’t believe all the things I had to pass up on (Volcanic Island! Cultivate! Sphinx of Uthuun! Maelstrom Pulse! Wild Ricochet!). I didn’t even hate-draft too many cards—the three that I specifically grabbed because I didn’t want to have to deal with them were Vindicate, Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker and Venser, the Sojourner. Pure geeky goodness.

  • samwise

    Thanks for beating me to the punch (or post perhaps) Coda 😛

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