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Commander Clash S7 E12: Competitive Commander (CEDH) | Atraxa vs. Edric vs. Kenrith vs. Prossh

Hey friends, welcome back to Commander Clash! If I had to rank the average power level of the decks on this show on a scale from 1 to 10, I'd put our decks at around a 5, with our jankier episodes being around 3 and our more "normal" episodes being around 7. But for this episode, we're dialing it up to 8 and 9 with Competitive Commander, aka CEDH! There is only one goal in mind today: to win! We are building the most competitive versions of our favorite decks and ignoring our usual house bans like Mana Crypt -- in fact, you'll probably see a Crypt in each of our lists! Here's what we've got:

We rarely do a CEDH week, so to make it up to you all this video is extra long! Enjoy! 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.

Andrew's List (Prossh)

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Crim's List (Atraxa)

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Seth's List (Kenrith)

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Tomer's List (Edric)

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Post-Game Thoughts

I love doing CEDH week! It's great to be able to play high-powered decks once in a while, free of budget and soft ban restrictions. It's also a great time to play "unfun" strategies which might not be appropriate for casual games, since everyone is on board with the "win at all cost" mentality and something like Winter Orb is much more acceptable here. Also as someone who doesn't own a lot of expensive cards in paper, playing stuff like Mana Crypt has this thrill of novelty in rare occasions like this one.

While I personally prefer to keep my CEDH experience as a rare indulgence, I have massive respect for those that push and promote the expansion of CEDH as a fun and inviting way to play Commander. Remember that Commander is for everyone and there's no "right" or "wrong" way to play the format as long as you and your playgroup are having fun! If you are interested in learning more about CEDH, I can personally recommend the channels Laboratory Maniacs, The Spike Feeders, and Playing With Power. Go check them out!

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