Quote from Awesomejace »Sorry to tell you this, but only legendary creatures can be used as "commanders" in a commander deck. Also remember that legendary enchantment creatures are still legendary creatures and that your deck must be at least 100 cards. Although, I think a planeswalker may be tournament legal in a commander deck. If you are having more trouble and nobody online can answer your questions, there are usually Friday night tournaments/draft events you can go to which may have someone who can answer your question.
Quote from urafeverNah, that can't be right at all. The thing is, even if your primary plan is to be as aggressive as possible, there are definitely a nonzero number of games where things just don't play out the way you want them to. In a draft, I somewhat understand cutting a card like this (even though I would never, ever do it), because you only have to win six out of a possible nine games. It's certainly possible that in a number as small as nine games, you'll never have a situation where your "plan A" of aggression doesn't work and you need to grind out a victory some other way.
However, if we're talking about a high level sealed such as a GP or even a PTQ, we're now talking about having to win perhaps 7-8 matches or more. That means we might play three or even four times as many games in the course of a day than we ever would in a draft. That creates a pretty large sample size of games, and the chance of hitting multiple games throughout the day that don't go as planned is much higher. For this reason, you should always play cards in your sealed that are extremely powerful, even if they don't fit your deck's "plan." Playing stock archetypes is going to be much more effective in draft and even there I find it to be significantly worse than being creative in your deckbuilding.
Quote from LazyBuffaloI think the on colour options are unplayable here. I would take Scab-Clan Charger to keep a jump to Simic open.
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Also, can we slow down on passing packs? Pack 6 came and went in like 3 hours flat.