33 – Staples and Sideboards

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Dan, Ian, and Derek discuss a set of cards that are commonly thought of as “staples”. Are they truly staples? Or have they lost their luster? We also discuss the best candidates for deck sideboards.

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3 Responses to 33 – Staples and Sideboards

  1. Dirk Meijer says:

    Lovely episode, I like going back on “staple” cards and examining their actual value in the current meta.
    One thing though, the loudness of your voices vary a lot in this episode, which made it hard to listen to, some people were hard to hear and others were too loud. It could do with some more post-production in that regard.

    Sideboards are an oft-requested feature for the Rivendell Councilroom, but I’ve not yet decided what it should look like in the deckbuilder, so any ideas are very welcome.
    The big problem is that a card being in the sideboard, does not prevent it from being in the deck itself, I might have 1 copy of a card, and 2 more in the sideboard. So a “sideboard” option next to the quantities is not a perfect solution.

    Right now the best you can do is create the sideboard as a separate deck. Any ideas?

  2. dwjmeijer says:

    Lovely episode, I like going back on “staple” cards and examining their actual value in the current meta.
    One thing though, the loudness of your voices vary a lot in this episode, which made it hard to listen to, some people were hard to hear and others were too loud. It could do with some more post-production in that regard.

    Sideboards are an oft-requested feature for the Rivendell Councilroom, but I’ve not yet decided what it should look like in the deckbuilder, so any ideas are very welcome.
    The big problem is that a card being in the sideboard, does not prevent it from being in the deck itself, I might have 1 copy of a card, and 2 more in the sideboard. So a “sideboard” option next to the quantities is not a perfect solution.

    Right now the best you can do is create the sideboard as a separate deck. Any ideas?

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