It looks like Eldritch Moon has invaded Dear Azami! See Levi Byrne's complete re-work of an instant (and angelic) Commander favorite!
With Conspiracy returning to Draft and Commander tables everywhere soon, it's a good time to take a look back at a legend that can still make waves! Take the crown at your next Commander pod with this build!
Innistrad is home to a lot of memorable characters, but there may not be anyone more beloved at this point than the undead-obsessed brother and sister Levi Byrne is working with in this week's Dear Azami!
Sometimes, you just gotta play the Fun Police. Sean McKeown answers the Commander call of a reader who wants to take a walk on the strict side with Eldritch Moon newcomer Thalia, Heretic Cathar!
Eldritch Moon didn't just shake up Constructed competitive formats; it also gave us a lot of legends for tribes we've wanted for a long time! Levi returns to Dear Azami to talk Werewolves and full moons! Tell your next Commander pod to beware!
We've waited for a legendary eight-legged leader for far too long! Now we've got the commander; all we need is a supporting cast! Watch Sean McKeown weave together this weapon like a web in the latest Dear Azami!
When Commander players look to change their ways, the transition can be painful. In this week's Dear Azami, Levi Byrne steps in to shape a deck fueled by the power of Doran, the Siege Tower...and Umbral Mantle?!
The last time Emrakul appeared, she got banned in Commander. What about the new version in Eldritch Moon? Sean McKeown lays out the distinctions that he thinks make the difference in keeping Emrakul, the Promised End off the banned list!
Oona, Queen of the Fae means a broken Commander experience, right? Not necessarily! Levi Byrne helps a Dear Azami reader make the Faerie Wizard fun with the often-overlooked power of Eldrazi Processors!
As far as creative themes and restrictions go, this week's reader is the best Dear Azami has seen in some time! Creative problem-solving is one of the joys of Commander deck construction, and Dear Azami is here to help!
This week's Dear Azami submission wants to use as many dice as possible, but the deck just isn't shaping up! How does Sean intend to help? By using the oldest trick in the Commander book: going bigger!
Sean McKeown is back for the next piece in his return to Dear Azami form! He's digging back in by helping one reader's Commander deck out. What can Sean do to get it moving in the right direction?
Tired of the same old stuff in Commander? Bored of working on Animar, Rafiq, and Zur decks? Levi Byrne is flexing his creative muscle with this week's reader and their seldom seen leader!