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Episode 386 – One Seriously Epic Game (Live)

It’s that time again! Due to scheduling and technological problems we weren’t able to record a normal episode this week, but thankfully we had a canned episode ready! A couple weekends ago the dorks gathered for some good old Magic-playing fun!

Dirk is playing Damia, Sage of Stone. Mike is playing Dakkon Blackblade. Brian is playing Maelstrom Wanderer. And Chewie is debuting his new Marath, Will of the Wild deck that you heard about last episode! This game goes on for the entirety of the episode, with all sorts of ridiculous goings-on going on.

And this wasn’t one of the long, grindy, miserable, please-just-let-it-end long games. It was a long game with plenty of absolutely insane plays where everyone got a chance to shine. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

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  1. Clayton
    September 24, 2015 at 2:48 pm | Permalink

    Congratulations to Brian for possibly the most epic turn ever with the multiplicity of Zhur-Taa Ancients!

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