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Everyday Eternal is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Bob Huang, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we're bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes BE any more generic? Can someone please rewrite this? Bob, Matt...anyone?

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Everyday Eternal is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Bob Huang, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we're bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes BE any more generic? Can someone please rewrite this? Bob, Matt...anyone?

    #98 – Afterhours Legacy Hangout

    #98 – Afterhours Legacy Hangout

      







    What is Everyday Eternal?

    For those unfamiliar with Everyday Eternal, it is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Eric Landon, Callum Smith, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we’re bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes be any more generic? 









    On today’s show, Callum, Matt and I discuss the pricy awesomeness that are Time Spiral Remastered old frame cards, revealing a serious tribal addiction Matt recently developed. Spoiler: it’s not rhinos.  We also cover Callum’s work on trying to make Chain of Smog work in Legacy, while Matt of course has a completely different idea for the card. In the second half of the show we answer a bunch of your questions submitted via our Patreon Discord and Twitter (@EternalMTG) about what’s particularly viable and why Tarmogoyf is the historian of Legacy.



    * GreenSunsZenith.com – Douges’ page dedicated to all flavors of Maverick

    * Douges’ first ever Legacy Challenge – Top8 with GWb Maverick



    Thanks a lot for tuning into today’s show!

    Until next time,

    Julian

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    #97 – Agency, Consistency & Other Traps

    #97 – Agency, Consistency & Other Traps

      







    What is Everyday Eternal?

    For those unfamiliar with Everyday Eternal, it is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Eric Landon, Callum Smith, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we’re bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes be any more generic? 









    “If I wanted to maximize both agency over my draws & consistency of my deck, I’d play 60 Islands” – Julian

    A recent discussion in the Leaving a Legacy FB group about the value of agency, consistency and specifically Sylvan Library had individually caught Matt’s, Callum’s and Julian’s attention. Both concepts are sometimes fetishized to a non-competitive degree, without accounting for the marginal costs associated with maximizing them. In today’s show, we go deep on the dynamics of the power-vs-consistency spectrum, and the external factors impacting the degree to which you should push your deck’s consistency.

    Tying into that are our thoughts about how to avoid trapping yourself in delusions of agency over too limited a spectrum of decisions. We explore which aspects seem to be popular with players trying to maximize agency, while other less tangible and harder-o-master ones will be forgone despite yielding much larger returns.

    This discussion especially relates to both building & playing non-blue decks with Sylvan Library, but also teaches the general mindset of a competitive player.



    * The LAL Facebook Group Discussion mentioned in the episode

    * Matt’s Aggro Loam from 2010/11



    Thanks a lot for tuning into today’s show!

    Until next time,

    Julian

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    #96 – Introducing Esper Mentor

    #96 – Introducing Esper Mentor

      







    What is Everyday Eternal?

    For those unfamiliar with Everyday Eternal, it is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Eric Landon, Callum Smith, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we’re bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes be any more generic? 









    Callum just BULLDOZED his way through the new Legacy metagame on the past weekend. He took down both the Lotus Box Octagon as well as the Saturday Legacy Challenge with his new creation, Esper Mentor – or as Julian likes to call it, Wigan Kebab Control. It just rolls off the tongue. In today’s episode we hit a deep dive into what lead Callum to picking Esper as the best shell for breaking the card of the tournament, Of One Mind. We also find out why Teferi, Time Raveler is absolutely broken with Unearth, and what filthy things the two are up to on a regular basis!

    Tune in to find out about one of the most refreshing, entertaining newly emerged decks of the format, as well as a summary of what else has been going on in Legacy ever since the The Good, The Bad and the Ugly were banned.

    Show Notes



    * Callum’s Esper Mentor Decklist (aka ‘Wigan Kebab Control’)

    * Saturday Challenge Top32

    * Sunday Challenge Top32

    * VOD of Callum’s Finals opponent (IsThisTrueHero) – timestamped for your pleasure

    * Clip of Callum’s Über Blowout Play #1

    * Clip of Callum’s Über Blowout Play #2



     

    Thanks a lot for tuning into today’s show!

    Until next time,

    Julian

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    #95 – The Kings are Dead – Long Live Legacy!

    #95 – The Kings are Dead – Long Live Legacy!

      







    What is Everyday Eternal?

    For those unfamiliar with Everyday Eternal, it is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Eric Landon, Callum Smith, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we’re bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes be any more generic? 









    Monday, February 15th 2021 is going down in Legacy history. Never before have three cards been banned in Legacy ever since its creation in 2004. Callum, Matt and Julian sit down to not only discus the aftermath of the forced departure of Oko, DHA and Astrolabe, but also the significance of the reasoning provided by Wizards of the Coast. Specifically their commitment to players’ desire for a format more diverse and rich in varied gameplay is a strong committment to what WotC prominently acknowledged as the ‘spirit of the format.’

    We’re incredibly excited for Legacy’s doors finally swinging wide open® again and can’t wait to jump into exploring this whole new world!

    Show Notes



    * FEBRUARY 15, 2021 BANNED AND RESTRICTED ANNOUNCEMENT



    Thanks a lot for tuning into today’s show!

    Until next time,

    Julian

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    #94 – Ball Lighting Tribal & KLH Set Review

    #94 – Ball Lighting Tribal & KLH Set Review

      







    What is Everyday Eternal?

    For those unfamiliar with Everyday Eternal, it is one of the oldest Magic podcasts focussed on competitive Legacy (and we like to claim: sometimes also Vintage.) Together with our hosts Eric Landon, Callum Smith, Matt Pavlic, Julian Knab, and their funky guests, we’re bringing you the latest news and technology from the world of Eternal Magic. God, could our iTunes be any more generic? 









    Turn 2, Ball Lightning!

    Callum has used his time in quarantine to intensify his work on breaking Legacy with memes-turned-decks. This time it’s a GRb Ball Lighting tribal deck that actually works much better than we’d have ever anticipated. Make sure to pack your Tundra Wolves because this one’s about to become massive….until end of turn.

    With Kaldheim being released on Magic Online right now, and becoming available in Paper on February 5th, we cover all the cards that might see play in Legacy; as well as one particular card an astonishing amount of people have been losing their minds over. As we discuss why the card is actually horrible, Callum proposes an ambitious bet of actually eating a hat if it actually turns out to be as insane. Is that gonna be enough motivation for some of you to try and actually break it? Please let us know because we’re already shorting the shit out of it!

    Show Notes



    * Callum’s Ballroom Blitz

    * Callum’s Stream

    * Guide to Robbing a Bank

    * Mythic Spoiler – All Kaldheim Cards

    * The Truffle Shuffle – a historic Legacy deck with 3 Moment’s Peace



    Thanks a lot for tuning into today’s show!

    Until next time,

    Julian

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    #93 – Why Japan Gets Legacy Right – feat. Kai Sawatari

    #93 – Why Japan Gets Legacy Right – feat. Kai Sawatari

    Joining us today is one of enthusiastic ambassadors of the Legacy format. Kai Sawatari might not be the most visible online persona (thus far!), but not only is he one of the funniest and most relaxed guys to hang out with at tournaments, he's also an incredibly talented ANT/Doomsday pilot. Born in Japan, Kai had spent most of his life in Germany, but eventually decided to move back to Japan where he's been crushing tournaments for the past 6 years. For tonight's episode we invited him to get some of the positive energy he emits everywhere he goes on the cast, but also to learn more about one of the most fascinating Legacy scenes in the world: the Greater Tokio area. And while we all knew that Tokio is often considered the Mecca of Legacy and offers tons of ways to play Legacy every day, Kai still totally blew us away with HOW much Legacy there actually is in Japan's capital. On top of that we also explore in what ways Magic: the Gathering in Japan is such a different experience to players more used to the European/American ways.  Kai paints a picture of a much more chilled out but at the top levels just as cutthroat environment, with players showing massive support to their LGS and fostering probably the greatest Legacy scene in the world!



    We also touch on Kai's work as an artist, and why it would have had a much better chance to be printed onto a Homelands card than on anything being released today! And just when you thought the episode was over, Callum pulls out the horror story of Wigan Kebab. Seriously, what is that?!



    Show Notes

    Kai Sawatari's Twitter

    Kai's transformational Snow Doomsday List

    Sawataridoodles.com - Kai's Artworks



    Thanks a lot for tuning into today's show!

    Until next time,

    Julian

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