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Posted by on Sep 29, 2016

The Eh Team #298 – One-Way Street

The Eh Team #298 – One-Way Street

What do a machete, smelly rhinos, and trunk beers have in common? It was the Kaladesh prerelease weekend, that’s what! Jay played a midnight prerelease, then a two-headed giant prerelease the next day. Unintentionally scumbagging a salty inexperienced player at the midnight prerelease. Reminiscing about the various stages of kitchen casual multiplayer up to competitive Magic player, and why this progression seems to be a one-way street. Matt and Jay’s early observations about Kaladesh limited: the speed of the format, how much do creatures matter, how many vehicles to play, and whether it’s better to go wide with Servos, or big with Fabricate. Stay tuned to the end for the latest, culinary-themed contest.

**WARNING – this podcast may contain rude, crude, & lewd content. Listener discretion is advised.**

You can find us and our guests on Twitter at:
@mtgEhTeam – The official Eh Team Twitter account

@kytmagic – Kar Yung Tom
@JayBoosh – Jay Tuharsky
@J_Schofield – Jeremey Schofield
@mattmendoza – Matt Mendoza


“Eh Team Intro” – @mtgcolorpie
“Throwing Fire” – Ronald Jenkees

  • For future reference Jay, Larger Than Life (+4/+4 and trample) is a Sorcery 🙁

    • boosh

      youre right! the witty banter was before he attacked now that i remember, i just had 2 vehicles, and couldnt block 🙂

  • Andrew Johnson

    Contest entry
    Card: stormbreath dragon
    Crepe name: bad date crepe
    Ingredients: onions, jalapeños, garlic, goat cheese, horseradish and sriracha

  • Tim Sargent

    Crepe of the Day – Toxic Deluge

    Bacon, Prosciutto, Burrata Cheese, and Nutela. Vegetables optional.

  • Bullseye

    Crepe contest?!? I rather guess the weight of the combined scrotums of the cast members and participate in this donkey shit. Other than the light and fluffy contest, the cast was fantastic. It’s great hearing all of you together!

  • Bullseye

    Regarding the evolution of the magic player discussion, I’m amazed at how many kitchen table fnm players there are. I know players that have been going to fnm for 15 years and have not improved at all. It’s truly mind-blowing.

  • Andre Desjardins

    Crepe Contest:

    So we are going with a savory crepe:

    Applewood smoked bacon

    Caramelised Onions

    Dried Mangos cooked in Sriracha (from a local burger place, it’s delicious)

    Cilantro (for garnish)

    Card: Flinthoof Boar