This week Cassidy does things a little differently as he makes his old Sharuum the Hegemon deck into one that better reflects his Commander philosophy.
Sean reworks a reader's Commander deck to please his Leviathan obsession while also catering to his desire to win the occasional game in this Dear Azami.
In this installment of Dear Azami, Cassidy helps Brian streamline his Clone-themed deck with the new Dimir guild leader as commander.
Sean gets in on the Gatecrash Commander fun by building a deck with Prime Speaker Zegana at the helm.
For Gatecrash Week, Cassidy did something a little different. Check out his Obzedat "The Failed Republic" theme Commander deck!
Sean modifies a reader's Zubera-themed Commander deck to make it fun and comborific without going over the top.
This time Cassidy improves the power level of a reader's Lovisa Coldeyes tribal Barbarians/Warriors/Berserkers Commander deck.
Take a look Sean's latest project, Commander Cube, which combines the two most popular casual Magic formats.
Cassidy takes a trip down memory lane to help a reader make his Intet, the Dreamer Commander deck more fun and less focused on "good stuff."
Two readers responded to Sean's Christmastime reminiscence challenge to build a Livonya Silone Commander deck, making this a double feature.
For the first time, Dear Azami features duel Commander as Cassidy streamlines a Werewolves tribal deck.
In the first ever commander repeat on Dear Azami, Sean helps a reader make his Thraximundar deck more than just a "good stuff" pile.
Read about the most significant surgery Cassidy has performed on a Commander deck since joining Dear Azami as he tackles a reader's Omnath list.
Cassidy kicks off Golgari Week by making changes to his Sisters of Stone Death Commander list to take it from just a good stuff deck to one that's more synergistic and fun to play.
Sean takes a much-needed break from working on mono-colored decks and makes some improvements to a reader's Gwendlyn Di Corci Commander list this week.
Read what happens when Sean gives a reader's mono-white Kiyomaro, First to Stand Commander deck focused on card draw the Dear Azami treatment.
See what Cassidy comes up with when a reader requests help retooling his Progenitus Commander deck. One thing's for sure: this won't be just another five-color good stuff deck!
In this edition of Dear Azami, Sean helps a reader tune his Mistform Ultimus Commander deck into a tribal synergy advantage machine.
Read about the changes Cassidy suggests a reader make to his Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind deck to make it fall within what he believes is the Commander sweet spot: competitive-casual.
In this installment of Dear Azami, Sean aids a player in making his mono-red control Diaochan, Artful Beauty Commander deck more consistent and fun.