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Commander Clash S7 E14: Holiday Colors | Atla Palani vs. Gahiji vs. Heidar vs. Marath

Hey friends, welcome back to Commander Clash! The winter holidays are just around the corner and the MTG Goldfish crew is feeling festive! Each of us have built a deck based around traditional holiday colors! Here's what we've got:

  • Andrew hoards all the festive cheer for himself, opening all the egg-shaped presents that he bought himself via Atla Palani, Nest Tender
  • Crim gifts creatures to all his friends at the table and adds incentives for them to be used with Gahiji, Honored One
  • Seth channels his inner Richard with an Elk Tribal deck, slapping together a bunch of undeersirable creatures and making them work with Marath, Will of the Wild
  • Tomer knows that the holiday season is a cynical capitalist distraction from the cold, depressing reality of winter, a fact he's here to remind everyone with Heidar, Rimewind Master

Three cheery Naya decks, and one ... Mono Blue deck? Well, this should be interesting! 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 Deck (Atla)

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Crim's Deck (Gahiji)

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Seth's Deck (Marath)

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Tomer's Deck (Heidar)

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Next Week: Secret Santa!

The winter holidays are about gift giving, so we've decided to do a Secret Santa! Each of us have built a deck for someone else at the table to play!

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