Whenever you dominate a Commander game, what is that you feel? What purposes do your Magic games serve in any format? Dear Azami raises some interesting questions before waving goodbye.
How can anyone not love the maximum amount of choices in a Magic game? What if we took as many spells as possible that made us make choices and put them into one build? The possibilities are (pretty much) endless!
Commander 2016 and its partner mechanic have given us almost too many options! Sean studies the infinite possibilities of our new Commander world!
Commander is an inherently social format, and it's no surprise some commanders aren't keen on flying solo! This week's Dear Azami pairs partners from Theros for some four-color fun!
A lot of us restrain ourselves when it comes to building broken Commander decks. But sometimes it's a lot of fun to take the gloves off and see how ruthless you can get! Dear Azami shows no mercy this week!
Sometimes a deck just doesn't want to get out on the dancefloor. That's when you write to Dear Azami! This week, Sean McKeown turns a reader's quasi-combo wallflower of a deck into a smooth midrange marvel doing The Gitrog Monster Mash!
Join Dear Azami to piece together the most exciting legend in all of Kaladesh! With a ton of mana to work with, how broken can this creature get?
Dwarves and Vehicles -- what's not to love? Sean McKeown takes a reader's Depala, Pilot Exemplar Commander deck to another gear in this week's Dear Azami!
The traditionally more aggro Commander decks have been looking for more and more help, and they're finally getting it! See the latest Grenzo brew that Dear Azami has cooked up for one needing reader!
Conspiracy: Take the Crown has provided a ton of new toys for Commander mages! Aggro mages included! See the latest commander Sean has starting a melee all over the format!
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!
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!
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!
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!
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?
Sean returns to the column he's spent so long cultivating! See what deck he has in store this week for his return article! Nobody patches up Commander decks quite like Sean McKeown!
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!
Standard has proven to be quite the dynamic format at the moment, but is there even more to it than we have already seen? Sean McKeown takes a look at the format's mana in order to divine new decks that might be possible, with interesting results.
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.