Hey all! Wally D here. Here’s what’s going on with MTG Casual Play. In a nutshell, not a lot. At the moment I’m knee deep in Dungeons & Dragons content creation with my Wally DM YouTube channel and I am writing a supplementary D&D Puzzle book to help DMs bring super cool non-combat encounters to their game. So am I done writing Commander articles? No, definitely not. But, it will be some time yet before I can jump back into it. In addition to that, if I do start writing again, I may decide to get back on that EDHREC train if they are allowing for old, retired writers to get back on without a ticket. If you have been following me, you will know that from 2016-2017 I was writing the Non-Basically Speaking articles over at EDHREC. They were a lot of fun. Check them out when you have time!
Now, I’m not totally at a standstill with regards to EDH Content. Our MTG Casual Play YouTube channel should have a couple of new EDH Games coming soon. I am editing them in my spare time when I need a break from D&D type stuffs.
Sigh. Welp. Now that all of the explanations are out of the way, why today’s post? Well, even though I am not currently creating Commander Content, does not mean I am not playing it. In fact, I now have 36 Commander decks. Yeah, I know. I definitely have a problem! Haha, no worries.
I still haven’t explained today’s post. Ah yes, sorry about that. Off the rails again.
One of my D&D buddies (shout out to Immortal Origins) wanted to see my Aminatou, the Fateshifter Deck list, so I obliged. Now, I could have just posted it on MTGGoldFish or DeckStats.net (I am totally against TappedOut.net now-a-days… they do not share decklists to add to EDHREC data and I find that disheartening) but instead I decided to post my decklist on my own website.
So here she is Immortal Origins (and anyone else who wants to see my list for my Butterfly Princess), Aminatou, the Fateshifter!
Aminatou, the Fateshifter Commander Decklist
That’s it! If you have any questions, leave them in the comment section below. If you’d like to see an Aminatou article, let me know. Perhaps I can crank out some inspiring words in the future. Or, if you’d rather see a YouTube deck tech, lemme know that too. I definitely plan to be bringing you sweet EDH content in 2020. Whether that is on MTGCasualPlay.com, EDHREC or the MTG Casual Play YouTube channel remains to be seen.
On to the next!