Jazal got the cold shoulder while the rest of the Commander 2014 all-stars were hogging the spotlight. It's time for Sean to give the love and justice due to the most underrated of Commander's newest additions!
It's a double-header! While typically this column goes for budget, this week we're pulling out all the stops! Sean continues the Commander 2015 series with Titania, Protector of Argoth!
Commander 2014 has opened up so many possibilities for Commander deckbuilding, and no card from the set has gotten as much heartfelt love as the one Sean McKeown dives into this week!
It's the most exciting time of the year for Commander players! A new set, tons of new cards, and Sean McKeown to tell you how to put them all to good use! If you want to know how to best upgrade your stock Commander 2014 decks, look no further!
In maybe one of the most important entries in the history of this column, a reader writes in to address the health of his local Commander scene due to overly degenerate decks. Sean wisely advises him to help fight the good fight through creative deckbuilding!
The non-blue, non-green decks have it pretty rough in Commander sometimes. How do the other colors overcome inherent card and mana disadvantage? Sean McKeown knows how and he's here to help!
One reader is as excited about Khans of Tarkir as the rest of us! However, the difference is that this player needs help reconciling some card choice issues in a new Abzan-colored list. Sean takes the case!
Commander master Sean McKeown returns to help a Magic newcomer get a handle on his blink-tastic Roon of the Hidden Realm deck! Take it away Sean!
After asking readers for their feedback on how he should build a new beatdown deck, Sean returns with a focused Skullbriar brew that isn't your typical all-in Voltron deck dual-wielding Swords as fast as Zombily possible.
Oloro needs help! Sean takes a watered down Commander deck and turns it into a powerhouse without breaking the bank! Then, he asks for your advice on a great beatdown Commander to focus on going forward!
Enough about Thassa and Keranos! It's time we gave some of the other Gods a chance to shine! Sean helps a reader in need get Karametra on the road to victory.
Commander players love to speculate and debate what troublesome offenders should or shouldn't be banned. Sean gives sanity a voice in this look at some dubious Commander staples!
Stepping briefly away from 99-card decks to work on 60's, Sean presents his choice for the Modern PTQ season, Kiki-Pod, as well as alternate builds, why you should play it, and how to play it well.
On this week's Dear Azami, Sean takes the ever-popular Tariel through some constructive edits in order to satisfy another forlorn Commander enthusiast!
Sean loves Conspiracy for its Commander implications as much as its draft format! Today, he picks up Marchesa, the Black Rose and goes crazy with +1/+1 counters! If you're a fan of counters, look no further...
Mirri, Cat Warrior is an unusual choice for a Commander, but Sean is determined to make her work! Does mono-green have what it takes to be a player in Commander?
Derevi, Empyrial Tactician isn't the most popular Commander for her combo-oriented nature, but when a Dear Azami reader wants to play fair with Bird Tribal, Sean McKeown flies to the rescue!
In this week's edition of Dear Azami, Sean helps a reader streamline his wife's Rafiq of the Many Commander deck into an engine of vicious destruction.
Sean suggests some changes to Steven's Mono-Green Ramp/Voltron Molimo, Maro-Sorcerer Commander deck as he makes the transition to paper from Magic Online!
Instead of looking at another person's deck, today Sean tries to turn over a new leaf in Commander by building a deck for himself commanded by Sliver Queen.