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TurnOneThoughtseize

Two competitive modern players who seek to have fun while playing magic. Join us as we speculate, brew decks and grind the game we love so much.
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Now displaying: February, 2016

Welcome to Turn One Thoughtseize, a podcast exclusively about the Modern format of Magic: The Gathering. We are now on iTunes in the Podcast section of the iTunes Store. If you have any feedback please let us know, via facebook, twitter, and our email with the icons above. Thanks for listening, and if you enjoy the show please consider supporting us by donating through PayPal:

 

Feb 19, 2016

In this episode we give our advice for Modern players not playing in large tournaments who don't want to play Eldrazi: Don't worry, play something fun.

We Talk about our fun decks/brew ideas that we will be playing until April. We cover how Mardu might have it's day in the sun now that Abrupt Decay isn't necessaryin all midrange decks. Lastly, we answer your questions.

If you would like to see our lists that we talk about they are on our TappedOut page: tappedout.net/users/TurnOneThoughtseize

If you have any questions or podcast suggestions please send them our way on Twitter Facebook or email

Thanks for listening!

-Chris + Ahren

Feb 5, 2016

In this podcast we talk about the past year or so in Modern, and how wizards has been steadily printing quality cards for modern, that don't stretch the power level.

 

We also cover our predictictions for the Pro Tour, how we are preparing for upcoming tournaments, and how we think the metagame will settle in the long term.

 

Lastly, we answer your questions, sent by email, facebook, and twiiter. We thank you for listening and sending in your questions and topic suggestions and if you would like to hear us talk about something please just let us know.

Thanks again for listening,

-Chris+Ahren

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