A New Record: Exiled Cards

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We were at the local club one night and played a lot of EDH. We played from 14:30 to 23:00, so a lot of crazy things happened. Among other things I set a new record. In exiled cards.

This happened mostly because one player played Jeleva, Nephalia’s Scourge as his commander. And on top of that, things normally gets exiled sometimes with cards like SwordsPath and The Godslayer. Just to mention a few. An honorable mention goes to gravehate. Graveyards got exiled too that evening!

Here is a picture I took after I was out of it, after I got decked. Yes, it was one of those very long, very grindy games. As we had most players playing a bit slower 3-Colored controlling decks. Grixis and Esper was the most common criminals.

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If you can see the big pile with the dice on it, that is my exiled cards. 69 in total, not counting the commander on top. That is Merieke Ri Berit, my newest deck (apart from one I’m still working on).

All in all, a really good game of Magic. Looking forward to next week!

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  1. Whoa, how many times did he cast Jeleva?

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    • Grim Lavamancer

       /  October 27, 2015

      Only about three times or so, if I recall correctly, but there was also excessive use of grave removal during the whole game.

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      • psykopatmullvad

         /  October 27, 2015

        You are correct Sir Lavamancer, I did not remember that when writing this 😀

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  2. psykopatmullvad

     /  October 27, 2015

    Edited the text, like a baws!

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