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Episode 397 – A Tale of Statues, Maggots, and Atlanta

This episode begins with Brian and Mike regaling us with the tale of their adventures in the blighted, frozen wasteland of Atlanta. They went to GP Atlanta, in case you didn’t know. Between the main event, side events, meeting some of you guys, and the prize wall they’ve got plenty to tell! Sealed, Draft, Commander, and even Legacy all come into play!

After that we’re doing a segment we haven’t seen in a good long while. It has gone by many names, but this time we’re simply calling it a Flavor Fight! The Random Card button in Gatherer gave us 8 rare non-legendary contestants, and we pitch them against each other in a single elimination tournament! We’re ignoring card stats and going right to the art and flavor of the card to determine the winner! These are always a lot of fun, so let us know what you think!


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One Comment

  1. Clayton
    November 24, 2015 at 4:48 pm | Permalink

    I had a thought about the Flowstone Sculpture, and its need to ‘recharge’ before it grows bigger or gets new abilities. I wondered about the definition of discarding as pulling something from a mind. Is it feasible that the Flowstone Sculpture gets its energy from the minds and love of all its adoring fans? Like maybe whenever it gets bigger, someone in the crowd keels over because their brain asplode?

    Still would probably take enough time that I think the Mindcrusher may still be favored there. But if the energy to do its thing is readily available, perhaps the tactical advantage is increased!

    Most excellent episode as always, gentlemen!

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