Team MoM 1 Tix Commander: Episode 2 (with Special Guest Wedge)

Welcome back to our 1 Tix Commander series, were we play Magic’s greatest multi player format for less than a than the cost of an [mtg_card]Ionize[/mtg_card]. If you want to know more about this format and the series as a whole, check out our last episode here. This week Samuel Peters was unable to join us, so we had to look for a substitute player. Luckily for us we had someone available who knows a little something about building 1 Tix Commander decks. His name is Wedge, aka The Mana Source. You might have heard of him.

So let’s not waste any time and get right to the game.

Well that was a fun match and we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! But what about those decks? Well let’s have a look at them.

Sebastian – Kaervek Hate

Sebastian decided that he really didn’t get to have a good go with Kaervek last time around (only playing around five minutes of Magic and all), so he wanted to give him another try. As you can see from the video he fared much better this time around, showing just what can happen if you leave the control player alone for enough of the match. Well done Seb. Now never play this deck again. EVER.

Kaervek the Merciless

Alloy Myr
Archfiend of Depravity
Bloodgift Demon
Burnished Hart
Cryptolith Fragment
Cultivator's Caravan
Damnable Pact
Diabolic Tutor
Dictate of the Twin Gods
Fanatic of Mogis
Fate Unraveler
Fleshbag Marauder
Furnace of Rath
Gilded Lotus
Grasp of Darkness
Gray Merchant of Asphodel
Harsh Mentor
Havoc Festival
Hero's Downfall
Increasing Ambition
Indulgent Tormentor
Invader Parasite
Iron Myr
Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs
Kederekt Parasite
Kothophed, Soul Hoarder
Leaden Myr
Lightning Greaves
Lightning Reaver
Mask of Avacyn
Murderous Cut
Ob Nixilis, Unshackled
Painful Quandary
Polluted Bonds
Rakdos Cluestone
Rakdos Keyrune
Rakdos Signet
Read the Bones
Red Sun's Zenith
Repay in Kind
Royal Assassin
Rune-Scarred Demon
Scour from Existence
Sepulchral Primordial
Silence the Believers
Sin Prodder
Sire of Insanity
Skull Rend
Spiteful Visions
Sudden Spoiling
Sunbird's Invocation
Talisman of Indulgence
Whip of Erebos
Wound Reflection
Wrecking Ball
Zo-Zu the Punisher
12 Mountain
25 Swamp
Rix Maadi, Dungeon Palace


Abbie – Five Colour Allies

Abbie (like myself) decided to try something a little bit different this time around and built this super sweet five colour tribal deck. A huge fan of the plane of Zendikar, Abbie actually has a powered-up version of this deck in paper. The only question was could the mana base of a 1 Tix version support the deck? The answer is surprisingly yes, as Abbie rarely had any issues with casting her Allies. Fun how Abbie has less issues with a five colour mana base over her two colour deck last time.

General Tazri

Adamant Will
Agadeem Occultist
Ally Encampment
Arcane Adaptation
Bala Ged Thief
Beastcaller Savant
Boros Cluestone
Bountiful Promenade
Bringer of the Black Dawn
Captain’s Claws
Cascading Cataracts
Changeling Berserker
Chasm Guide
Collective Effort
Cryptolith Rite
Diabolic Tutor
Door of Destinies
Drana’s Emissary
Eerie Interlude
Evolving Wilds
Firemantle Mage
Gruul Cluestone
Gruul Signet
Hagra Diabolist
Halimar Excavator
Harabaz Druid
Helm of the Host
Hero of Goma Fada
Highland Berserker
Illusionist’s Stratagem
Immolating Glare
Joraga Bard
Kabira Evangel
Kalastria Healer
Kazuul Warlord
Kor Bladewhirl
Lantern Scout
Luxury Suite
Makindi Patrol
March from the Tomb
Mask of Avacyn
Mirari’s Wake
Mirror Mockery
Morphic Pool
Murasa Pyromancer
Obelisk of Urd
Ondu Champion
Ondu Cleric
Orzhov Cluestone
Pillar of Origins
Rally the Ancestors
Rampant Growth
Razaketh’s Rite
Resolute Blademaster
Retreat to Emeria
Rite of Replication
Sea Gate Loremaster
Sea of Clouds
Selesnya Signet
Shard Convergence
Spire Garden
Stolen Identity
Stoneforge Masterwork
Sylvan Scrying
Tajuru Warcaller
Talus Paladin
Throne of the God-Pharaoh
Transguild Promenade
Tuktuk Scrapper
Turntimber Ranger


James-Elves, Glorious Elves

Keeping with my trend of building tribal decks, this episode I decided to brew up with one of my favourite creature types. Elves have always held a special place in my heart, as they were the focus of my first Modern deck. My brew is a fairly standard brew, with lots of mana dorks to allow us to ramp up and over run the board. Shame for me Wedge didn’t want me to have fun.

Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen

Arbor Elf
Bloodline Shaman
Copperhorn Scout
Cryptolith Rite
Cultivator of Blades
Cylian Elf
Darkwatch Elves
Defiant Elf
Drove of Elves
Druid of the Cowl
Druids’ Repository
Elf Replica
Elvish Branchbender
Elvish Harbinger
Elvish Hunter
Elvish Piper
Elvish Promenade
Elvish Skysweeper
Elvish Visionary
Farhaven Elf
40 Forest
Frontier Guide
Fyndhorn Elder
Fyndhorn Elves
Gaea’s Herald
Ghirapur Orrery
Glissa Sunseeker
Greenweaver Druid
Harvest Season
Hunting Triad
Imperious Perfect
Ivy Lane Denizen
Jagged-Scar Archers
Joraga Treespeaker
Llanowar Elves
Lys Alana Huntmaster
Masked Admirers
Norwood Priestess
Nullmage Shepherd
Overwhelming Stampede
Primordial Sage
Realm Seekers
Reclamation Sage
Seer’s Sundial
Shamanic Revelation
Skyshroud Ranger
Slate of Ancestry
Soul of the Harvest
Stoneforge Masterwork
Tajuru Preserver
Taunting Elf
Thornweald Archer
Throne of the God-Pharaoh
Wildslayer Elves
Wirewood Elf
Wolf-Skull Shaman
Wood Elves
Words of Wilding
Wren’s Run Packmaster
Zendikar Resurgent

Well I hope you have enjoyed today’s episode of our 1 Tix Commander series. We are already busy brewing up some sweet decks for future episodes. But what about Wedge’s deck? Well fear not for he is planning on doing a deck tech on his own channel in the near future, so if you are not already subscribed to his channel why not head over and do that to see it when it comes out. And if you have enjoyed today’s article please like and subscribe to our site and YouTube channel to keep up to date on all the content we do here at Master of Magics. Until next Time though remember, Good Luck and Have Fun.


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