Play Commander (part II)

Alright, some of you missed out on yesterday's game, hopefully you can make it out again tonight at the Westmount BP 7 pm.

I'm going to instate a couple new commander rules: let's forego the death of 21 direct damage by commander.  This rule is inconsistent, hard to keep track, and only serves to benefit those players who build decks specifically to win.  We're getting together to have fun and socialize foremost.  Winning is not that important.  Which leads me to the second house rule.

As we are playing a group game. the first man out resets the field.  a) So whenever a player dies, everyone reshuffles and we start a new again.  b) Alternatively, whenever a player dies, s/he resets and places a number of lands equal to the player with the least amount of lands and draws seven cards.

I've proposed these rules in the spirit of having fun.  We choose to get together so that we can interact with each other in a respectful manner that encourages camaraderie.


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  • Joah M.

    Crappits, Sorry we missed you Taylor, we were in the pub at the back. We do have a meetup sign at the table.

    December 1, 2013

  • Joah M.

    It was, grand.

    December 1, 2013

  • Taylor

    Oh well! I was there.

    November 30, 2013

  • Taylor

    Where are you guys?

    November 30, 2013

  • Taylor

    I have a Commander Deck.

    November 30, 2013

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