In this edition of Other People's Decks, Sheldon explores the cards in Director of Magic: The Gathering R&D Aaron Forsythe's Ramses Overdark Commander deck.
Sheldon continues his quest to have at least one Commander deck of each color combination by building a deck around Lazav, Dimir Mastermind.
Sheldon fills you in on the Dragon's Maze cards he'll be slotting in and the cards he'll be taking out and shuffling around in his 22 Commander decks.
Sheldon tells you the cards that won't get played, might get played, probably will get played, and definitely will get played in Commander from Dragon's Maze!
As promised last week, Sheldon shares his Modern-legal Aurelia, the Warleader Commander deck and tells you about it in a primer-style format.
Sheldon takes a look at what he bought on StarCityGames.com last year to get a sense of his buying habits and how he currently collects Magic cards.
Sheldon tells you about the day of gaming he hosted before watching the season premiere of Game of Thrones, including a play-by-play of an epic Commander game.
This week Sheldon adds more cards to the list of ones that you can't get angry about when someone blows up, exiles, or counters them in a game of Commander.
Sheldon's aiming to have a Commander deck of every possible color combination by the end of 2013. His Obzedat deck brings him one step closer to his goal.
In this thought exercise, Sheldon takes a look at a Standard-legal Commander deck and considers the pros and cons of Standard-legal and Modern-legal Commander.
This week Sheldon finishes answering your latest questions about Commander, movies, Magic, traveling, the Rules Committee, wine, and more!
Once again, the Reader Mailbag has been opened. Sheldon answers a wide range of readers' questions, from Commander philosophy to his favorite book.
See how Sheldon rebuilt and revitalized his Animar, Soul of Elements Commander deck after cannibalizing it to build Prime Speaker Zegana.