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Commander Clash S4 Episode 16: Revenge Week (Atogatog vs. Kamahl vs. Skeleton Ship vs. Tasigur)

Hello and welcome to Commander Clash, a video series where several MTGGoldfish contributors battle in a four player Commander game for fun and bragging rights. This week we're giving our favorite decks from previous Clashes that just didn't get there the first time a chance a second chance to shine! Let's see what we've got:

  • Seth runs a dedicated Revel in Riches Combo deck that hands out sacrificial creatures to fuel his shenanigans, symbolically led by Atogatog
  • Jennifer gives one of her earliest Commander decks, Elfball, another shot, with the help of finisher and board wipe deterrant Kamahl, Fist of Krosa
  • Richard brings one of his jankiest and definitely the spookiest tribe, Skeleton Tribal, back for another shot at glory, sailing to battle with Skeleton Ship
  • Tomer tries to prove the naysayers wrong with another attempt at his 6 CMC Tribal deck, hopefully casting more than one spell this time with Tasigur, the Golden Fang

We've got some sweet jank this week, but which deck will end up on top? Let's find out! And as usual, another 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.

Seth's Deck (Atogatog)


Jennifer's Deck (Kamahl)


Richard's Deck (Skeleton Ship)


Tomer's Deck (Tasigur)


Post-Game Thoughts

Politics are a fundamental part of multiplayer Magic games and the key difference between Commander and all the 1v1 formats. This game and so many other clashes have proved this. Had there been no politics, no alliances formed, I'd have lost. Jennifer correctly identified me -- the guy with board wipes -- as the biggest threat to Elfball and was in a position to take me out, much like how CMC Tribal played out the first time, actually! The difference this time, however, is that Seth bailed me out. And you can see Jennifer's threat assessment being totally justified soon after as the board gets wiped and wiped again.

That said, I was thrilled that the deck I spent so much time theorycrafting actually got to do things this time! Huzzah!


Next Week: Anything Goes!

No theme restrictions next week, just whatever we feel like playing. I'm gonna play Ramos Lucky Charms and have a feeling it will be magically delicious.

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