If you enjoy theme decks in Commander, then don't miss reading about how Cassidy takes a reader's Ruhan of the Fomori deck in a more Giant tribal direction.
For something a little different, Sean sticks with the Modern time period as a deck design limitation and builds a deck around Return to Ravnica card Isperia, Supreme Judge, and a "new rules" theme.
Cassidy McAuliffe reminisces about experiencing Ravnica the first time around and drops a fresh Commander deck based around Rakdos, Lord of Riots, the new guild leader that he's dying to pull from a pack.
It looks like everyone is ready for the upcoming Return to Ravnica, including a reader who has requested Sean's help with his Skullbriar, the Walking Grave Commander deck that contains spoiled cards.
It can be hard to build a Commander deck with an eye for a lower, more casual power level, so Cassidy helps a reader achieve that with his Garza Zol, Plague Queen deck.
Building a Commander deck around Radha, Heir to Keld had been on Sean McKeown's mind as of late, so he was very happy to help a reader streamline his Radha deck this week.
In this special edition of "Dear Azami," Cassidy helped a Commander player improve his deck with a live audience at Gen Con 2012.
A reader was having trouble building the optimal mono-blue Commander deck around M13's Talrand, Sky Summoner, so Sean McKeown is here to help!
This week Cassidy proves that you don't need to jam a deck with counters or prison effects to be successful with a control archetype in Commander with Adib's Ith, High Arcanist Commander deck.
Since Sean wanted to explore more with the theme of +1/+1 counters, this week he builds himself an unexpected Commander deck with Chorus of the Conclave as its general.
If you like to indulge your Timmy side, read how Cassidy had a lot of fun this week making changes to a reader's Mayael the Anima Commander deck.
Find out what kind of improvements Sean makes to a reader's artifact-themed Commander deck that focuses on the general, Glissa, the Traitor, as a card advantage engine.
Cassidy helps Michael upgrade his Commander deck from vanilla Grixis Control list into something a bit more thematic and synergistic in this week's edition of "Dear Azami."
Sean has an interesting challenge this week: the best man of a wedding joining two Commander players in holy matrimony has requested Sean help him tweak decks he has built for each of them.
Cassidy McAuliffe gives a reader's Teysa, Orzhov Scion Commander deck the "Dear Azami" treatment this week.
Sean McKeown was itching to build a deck with a new Planechase commander, so he went ahead and built himself a sweet 100-card deck with Vela the Night-Clad as general.
This week, Cassidy McAuliffe helps a reader hone his deck that has an exciting new option as its commander: Thromok the Insatiable from Planechase 2012!
A "Dear Azami" reader's playgroup decided to make things interesting by mandating that each player build a mono-colored deck of the color they use the least. How will Sean improve his mono-green Commander deck?
Now that Cassidy is officially onboard at "Dear Azami," he tells you how he first started playing the format and how he came to his current Commander-specific moral compass.
Sean McKeown made an unprecedented change to a Commander deck this week: he switched a reader's commander! Read on to find out why Sean felt such a bold move was neccessary.