Dungeon Learner's Guide - Sun Quan, Lord of Wu: Commander's Guild Deck Tech/Gameplay

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Welcome to episode 99 of the Commander's Guild: "Horsemanship Sportsmanship." Every week I go to scryfall.com and randomly select a card, making a budget (under $100) commander deck around it and showcasing a gameplay video of the deck. This week I'm joined by AngryCow, Mike, and Bilal.

Check out Mike on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mcagee3

This week's random card is Sun Quan, Lord of Wu and he's also the commander. This deck aims to fill the board with creatures that do something when they hit a player and then use Sun Quan to, effectively, make them all unblockable with Horsemanship. That way we can out-value our opponents and win the game through combat damage.

If you have suggestions for any future deck ideas (or want to request a specific card to build around), let me know in the comments. Hope you enjoy it!

0:00 - Deck Tech
25:16 - Gameplay
43:03 - Wrap-Up

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