Tuesday Night Takeover
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Welcome to Tuesday Night Takeover!

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Proud Wildbonder Trample Pauper EDH

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Proud Wildbonder is a very cool commander who is insanely powerful, if you can stick them on the board for a couple combats, which is greatly aided by cards like [scrylink]Snakeskin Veil[/scrylink] and [scrylink]Gaeas Gift[/scrylink] you can deal a ton of damage and easily one-shot an opponent. Beyond our commander's ability one of the best things about this deck is the high-amount and decently cheap creatures with trample. Our deck is as Gruul as they come and really feels like it; from the flavor of the cards to just what they do, this is a great choice for a Gruul lover. The stompy game plan and all of the ramp allow us to be quite the force in combat on both offense and defense. Being able to cast cards like Crimson Fleet Commodore and Gnarlback Rhino even a couple of turns early can provide an absolute ton of advantage and ramp the pressure up on our opponents. This deck is just great and not that popular in Pauper EDH, with only around twenty decklists online, which I think is criminally underrated. Without further adieu, let's get it!
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Loot, the Key to Everything Combo Brewed CEDH

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Loot is a commander who was certainly unexpected on the CEDH scene and something that seemed a lot more fit for casual play. After a ton of games with Loot, I have to say that this is one of the best Temur commanders out there. Being able to exile a ton of cards and have them available when we are comboing off or using our commander's ability to find a ton of combo pieces is just great. While Temur is not the strongest color combination, mostly due to the lack of tutors, this card and deck is just a blast to pilot. I don't really know how to feel about this commander, especially at a tournament level, but testing against some of the best in the format, It has performed well and been a very great commander. I am so excited to showcase this very interesting deck today. Without further adieu, let's get it!
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Unraveling Mummy Zombies Pauper EDH

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Even though there are a plethora of amazing options for Zombie commanders in Pauper EDH, I find myself finding more and more commanders that don't get enough love. Unraveling Mummy is absolutely underrated, and with only a couple of decks present on the internet, this card deserves way more love. We get a ton of benefits, like being in Orzhov, which allows us to play additional removal, as well as white zombies, which are great defensive creatures. Our commander is an absolute powerhouse for only three mana, and being able to give our creatures lifeline or deathtouch on command, makes our opponents fearful of blocking and can really help us against aggressive strategies. This deck looks a lot like a typical zombies deck, but combining the strong abilities of our commander, which make us very strong in combat, and all of the greatness that comes with a normal zombie deck, this deck is an absolute blast. Without further adieu, let's get it!
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Commander Mustard Soldiers Brewed EDH:

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Commander Mustard is an absolute bomb of a commander for the soldier creature type. Due to the limited release and a ton of great options for soldier-focused commanders, Commander Mustard does not get nearly enough love from the community, this has been a pet deck of mine for a long time and is just an absolute blast to play, it feels like classic Boros gameplay and with a ton of creature/token production we can easily amass a true army and hit our opponents hard. From extra combats to protecting and buffing our creatures, this deck is as Boros as they come. All of these elements combine to make a very fun and effective combat deck. We are pretty lower power level on the grand scale of things as we don’t feature any infinite combos or loops, but we make up for it with the theme and generally being great in combat. This deck is a ton of fun, and I am excited to showcase it today. Without further adieu, let’s get it!