Common Knowledge is your #1 Pauper Podcast to help you understand where the format is at and how to improve. Hosted by Lobbert and Brandon this show focuses on improving at Magic with a focus on Pauper Play. It isn’t about the cost, its about the knowledge.
Common Knowledge 115: 0-6 Drops
In this episode, Brad and Christian discuss recent woes and learning opportunities! Twitter: https://twitter.com/CKPodcastMTG Brad: https://twitter.com/pauper_b Christian: https://twitter.com/jeskaidad Twitch Stream:
Common Knowledge 114: Pauper Archeologists
In this episode, Brad and Christian discuss the top artifacts in pauper! Twitter: https://twitter.com/CKPodcastMTG Brad: https://twitter.com/pauper_b Christian: https://twitter.com/jeskaidad Twitch Stream:
Common Knowledge 113: Kaldheim Set Review
In this episode, Brad and Christian discuss all of the new commons from MTG’s newest set, Kaldheim Twitter: https://twitter.com/CKPodcastMTG Brad:
Common Knowledge 112: December Pauper Power Rankings
In this episode, Brad and Christian talk about the top decks from the last four weeks of challenges. Twitter:
Common Knowledge 111: Hindsight is 2020
In this episode, Christian and Brad look forward and backwards as they discuss the state of the pauper format
Common Knowledge 110: Happy Holidays!
In this episode, Christian and Brad go over the decks and select winners from the Common Knowledge holiday giveaway The
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Top notch pauper!
If you play pauper, this podcast is a must. What a great group of players and podcasters!
Very good. I love pauper and this podcast!
Great show, love the new hosts! Looking forward to learning more about pauper
New to the show, wasn’t familiar with the old hosts but Jared & Colton seem ready to carry the torch. I like their ease of conversation and fun banter about pauper and MTG in general. Looking forward to hearing more!
One request I would have - I’m sure most folks who know about the show already know pauper well, but for those of us new to it, who may stumble across the show and are curious how to get started, it’d be cool if, for a few minutes at the start of the show, they could do a quick primer like “it’s really easy to get started in pauper, if you’re interested, check out possible decks here, or this person on Twitter, or we have some links in the show notes, etc” and make getting started easier. They talked a little about what got them started, which was great, but getting some guidance would also be awesome (for those of us too lazy to google “how to get started in pauper, hahaha”)
Thanks for a great show & content, good luck!