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MTG Commander Deck: Eternal bargain

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Item Weight27 g
Product Dimensions29.7 x 23.9 x 17.5 cm
Manufacturer referenceA35820000
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Shipping Weight1.8 Kg
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Date First Available18 May 2014

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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
In Depth Product Review 6 Nov 2013
By D Chantry Gilbert - Published on Amazon.com
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A lot of reviewers are rating based on the price or the seller... This is an actual review of the product. I originally posted a review of the deck Mind Seize, and due to space limitations I cannot fit reviews of all five decks here.

So the highlight of the Mind Seize deck is a card called True-Name Nemisis. TNN is unlikely to ever see print in a Standard Legal set because the impact on a two player game is drastic and possibly overpowered. Since these cards are legal in older formats such as Vintage and Legacy, it can and will be played in many constructed decks. As a three mana 3/1 that only dies to Wrath and Edict effects, this guy is already insane. Add a relevant creature type that's already being played in Legacy and you have the makings of a real tournament card.

The Commander, and one of the three oversized cards is Jeliva, Nephalia's Scourge. She looks weak at first pass, being a 1/3 flyer for four mana, but she plays in the previously unused design space of getting better as she is recast later in the game. When she enters play, all players exile cards from the top of their decks equal to the mana spent to play her. So four, first time out. Then, when she attacks you can play an instant or sorcery she has exiled for free. That means that each time she comes back and you pay the "Commander tax," she exiles more cards and therefore has a better chance of hitting something back breaking. She is Blue, Black, Red - Grixis colors, for those who use Alara names.

Also unique to this deck, you get Nekusar who could serve as a Commander instead, being a 2/4 for 5 mana that gives every player an additional card draw on each of their turns. He doesn't love your opponents that much though, because he deals them a point of damage for every card they draw - not just the extra one he gives them, but any card they draw. Note that this damage does not count as Commander damage. And there's an oversized copy of this guy, too.

Back on the subject of expensive cards, there is a hard-to-come by Baleful Strix - a two mana 1/1 flyer with deathtouch that draws you a card when it comes into play. This sees some play, and has previously only been available in a Planechase deck (the ninja one, I forget the name).

Thraximundar is the third oversized card. He could also make an exciting Commander.

Lastly there are some "fun for Commander" cards like the new land, Opal Palace, new curses geared towards multiplayer, Illusionist's Gambit, and Tempt with Reflections. None of these cards jump out at me as being tournament staples, but they certainly have some fun effects that you can take advantage of in multiplayer games.

Overall, this is a pretty great deck with a lot of good cards and the potential to be a lot of fun. Whether or not it's worth the price is up to you, but for a variety of reasons I'd give this deck two thumbs up.

EDIT: I forgot about Commander Damage being Combat only - that's not how my group of friends played it in the past. Corrected in above review.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Be Warned: Hit or Miss on Orders 29 April 2014
By Richard Skelley - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered several of these. They shipped from two locations. The first shipment that came were the correct 5-Box sets, and the second shipment was only single Commander decks, one deck in place of each 5-set box I should have received. Amazon said they could only give a refund for the incorrect single decks, so I couldn't get the remaining part of my order at the price I originally paid.

This is a good product, but I'm giving it one star just so people are aware that it's definitely a crap shoot as to whether or not you'll actually get 5 decks.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Poor quality control 20 April 2014
By Dustin - Published on Amazon.com
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Loved that I got the one set disappointed in the poor fact I ordered a set of 5 waited and only received 1 of the 5 sets and then was told all I could get is a refund and not my cards
Five Stars 8 July 2014
By stargazer - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
exactly as expected and for a great price
Fantastic value. 10 Jun 2014
By Daltan smith - Published on Amazon.com
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Grab em why the price is low and you won't look back with these decks. A avid collectors must buy.
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