Sean McKeown visits to help a reader's friend not quit Magic by fixing her Brago, King Eternal deck - and if you've ever wanted to write for Star City Games, you should definitely check this article out!
This week on Dear Azami, Jess is reunited with an old friend and a favorite Commander as she takes on a reader's Damia, Sage of Stone deck!
In a surprise twist, Jess takes a reader submission for the first time of a deck that has actually beaten her in a spectacularly memorable fashion and improves it in the spirit of that awesome play's memory.
With Cassidy away at GenCon last week, Sean McKeown makes a brief visit back to Commander-land in order to work on a reader's Surrak Dragonclaw deck designed to win based off of its land base - sometimes in unconventional ways.
This week on Dear Azami, Jess takes on a reader's overflowing Prime Speaker Zegana deck - there are so many good options available that this week's reader couldn't choose just 99!
What do you do when you have two decks you're only having half as much fun with as you used to? Combine them into one new deck and have even more fun than ever before! Jess answers the call to marry a reader's Animar, Soul of Elements to Karn, Silver Golem!
Parley is a powerful mechanic in Commander, and strapping that ability to your Commander will drastically shift the flow of the game as card advantage goes all around the table. Jess Stirba works on one of her favorite Commaners: Selvala, Explorer Returned!
A reader is in desperate need of advice for their Horde of Notions deck, and Cassidy works his magic after being told that he has an unlimited budget to work from to make this Elemental playable for GenCon.
Jess takes a brief departure from the usual Dear Azami format to present a new alternative option to a reader with a broken Rakdos deck for their Prismatic project.
Cassidy returns to some well-worn space for him, venturing once again into Angel Tribal with Radiant, Archangel at the helm. He's learned how to build this exact deck from experience, but it's shaped differently for a reader than it would be for himself...