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Commander Clash: 1 Tix Decks | S10 E19

We're building ultra-budget decks for this episode! Welcome to 1 Tix Decks, where each deck is built with a mere 1 tix budget on Magic Online! "Tix" are a nickname for "event tickets," an online currency used in Magic Online, where each ticket is equivalent to $1. Here's what we came up with:

  • Crim looks to Mill out the table with a Wizard Tribal deck led by Gadwick, the Wizened
  • Richard Goes Tall, playing a no-nonsense Green Stompy deck led by Ghalta, Primal Hunger
  • Seth yoinks opposing creatures and flings them back at their owners' faces with Brion Stoutarm
  • Tomer lives dangerously, playing a highly explosive Spellslinger deck led by Dralnu, Lich Lord

Can the crew build functional decks with just $1? Find out now on Commander Clash! But first, a quick reminder: if you like Commander Clash and other video content here on MTGGoldfish, make sure to subscribe to the MTGGoldfish Youtube Channel to keep up with the latest and greatest.

Crim's Deck (Gadwick)

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Richard's Deck (Ghalta)

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Seth's Deck (Brion)

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Tomer's Deck (Dralnu)

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New Season House Bans

We ignored house bans for this episode since we didn't want to alter viewer decks.

In addition to the official Commander ban list, we have a collection of house bans. This list changes with each season. For Season 10 we started with a clean slate and banned cards based on three loose criteria:

  1. Cards that were played too much last season.
  2. Cards that regularly caused games to revolve around them.
  3. Cards that are far out of the budget of the average viewer.

With this in mind, here is our new ban list for Season 10:

So this is a major shakeup to our ban list. A lot of Commander Clash staples like Smothering Tithe, Rhystic Study, and Dockside Extortionist are out, and there no longer will be the threat of Notion Thief + Windfalls that dominated conversations. 

However, there are some notable unbans: expensive cards like Wheel of Fortune are now allowed (for now). Plus for the first time in a long time, fast mana like Sol Ring is back on the table!

Our house bans are meant to encourage more entertaining games for you, the viewers, so let us know what you think of the new ban list! We'll be following all the feedback from the early episodes to see how you all are enjoying it.

What Are You Playing On?

We're playing Commander on a program called Magic Online. If you're interested in Magic Online then check out my guide to the program over here!

Next Week: MH2!

Modern Horizons 2 is now available on MTGO, which means it's time to build decks around the brand new commanders from the set!

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