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The Everyday Eternal Podcast is a fun loving group of dudes discussing Eternal Magic. Matt Pavlic, Jacob Kory, Sam Craven, and Sean O'Brien are frequent contributors, and guest appearances from the community's finest are often seen/heard.
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EverydayEternalPodcast has written 18 articles so far, you can find them below.


Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 18: Discard Dis Card

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In episode 18 of #EverydayEternal, Sam (@thecravenone), Jacob (@mtgkoby), and Matt (sdematt) discuss discard as an element of Legacy Magic. The focus is on one mana targeted discard, but we also delve into some of the more popular non-targeted options as well.
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Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 17: The Europeans Take Over

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In episode 17 of #EverydayEternal, Grand Prix Paris semifinalist Philipp Schönegger and Bazaar of Moxen 2013 champion Julian Knab (@itsJulian23) chat with Matt and Jacob (@mtgkoby) about their experiences at Grand Prix Paris.

We jump around a bit, but the main focus for today is the specific choices made in Philipp’s Miracles decklist. Julian and Phillip also regale us of several stories of interesting and tight play from throughout the weekend. Philipp ensures us he’ll be playing in the next prerelease.
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Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 16: Born of the Gods and Death of the Shaman

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After downtime last month, the #EverydayEternal crew is back with lots of format news.

Additionally, a friend of the podcast has provided us with some of the much-talked-about Chinese counterfeits to take a look at. While we’ve already talked about what we think of them in general, we spend a bit of time explaining why we think, at least this print run, shouldn’t be of any concern to the average player.

Note: This podcast was recorded before the Brainstorm scandal at GP: Paris broke out. Pending the results of that investigation, I’m sure we’ll have something to say about it later.

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Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 15: 2013 Year in Review

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In episode 15 of #EverydayEternal, Matt Pavlic (sdematt) and and Sam Craven (@TheCravenOne) reminisce about 2013, and the changes that the year brought.

Harkening back to our fourth episode, we open with a brief discussion with Michael (Minileets on The Source) about his experience over the last several months with building a Legacy community from the ground up.

Matt gives us his short SCG Invitational report, and then it’s on to the year in review!

All three casters have tournament reports including Grand Prix: Washington DC, The Vancouver Legacy Classic, and StarCityGames Providence Legacy Open. We do a bit more analysis on True-Name Nemesis, including the impact on Legacy, and where we see the metagame going from here. We close out with a bit of listener feedback.
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Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 14: Field Reports

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In episode 14 of #EverydayEternal, Matt Pavlic (sdematt) and and Sam Craven (@TheCravenOne) are joined by another tournament topping guest, Bob Huang (@silyaznfoo), who recently Top 16′ed both Grand Prix: DC and StarCityGames Providence Legacy Open.

All three casters have tournament reports including Grand Prix: DC, The Vancouver Legacy Classic, and StarCityGames Providence. We do a bit more analysis on True-Name Nemesis, including the impact on Legacy and where we see the metagame going from here. We close out with a bit of listener feedback.
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Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 13: Tournaments Galore!

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In episode thirteen of #EverydayEternal, Matt Pavlic (sdematt), Jacob Kory (@MTGKoby), and Sean O’Brien (nedleeds) have a very special guest. Joining the guys is Bazaar of Moxen Legacy winner, Julian Knab (@itsJulian23).

We get reports from Julian and Sean about their trips to Bazaar of Moxen and Eternal weekend as well as some discussion about the events themselves. Of course, results are king! We analyze the metagame after the last few big tournaments and discuss how to prepare for that metagame just in time for Grand Prix: Washington, DC.
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Everyday Eternal Podcast Episode 12: Big Things on the Horizon

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In episode twelve of #EverydayEternal, Matt Pavlic (sdematt), Jacob Kory (@MTGKoby), and Sam Craven (@TheCravenOne) discuss the big things coming soon to eternal magic. After a brief return to Johnny decks and Matt’s SCG Open: Seattle tournament report, the guys discuss the cards out of Commander that they’re most looking forward to. This segues in to the big tournaments coming up this weekend and how we expect to see the metagame change.
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