The Eternal Glory podcast is comprised of Phil Gallagher, Brian Coval, and Bryant Cook — three Magic: The Gathering enthusiasts that are dedicated to the Legacy format. Between them, there are many accolades; but their passion, dedication, and love for the game have brought yet another Legacy Podcast.
EP. 60 — Vintage 102
Brian, Bryant, and Phil discuss Vintage for Eternal Weekend.
EP. 59 — Eternal Bleakend
Brian, Bryant, and Phil talk about the lack of changes in Legacy, memories of past events, and how sweet #MTGVintage is.
EP. 58 — Prismatic Bending
Brian, Bryant, and Phil talk in-depth about Modern Horizon 2's Prismatic Ending and how it could be one of the best removal spells ever printed.
EP. 57 — Lords of The Pit
Brian and Bryant break down their Legacy Pit experiences. They are joined by Phil to discuss the metagame and other impressions.
EP. 56 — Return Of The Mailbag
We're answering fan questions! Brian Coval, Bryant Cook, and Phillip Gallagher cover everything from what do we think about the #MTGLegacy metagame to delicious Pizza content.
What's the best day of the week?
EP. 55 — Rapid Fire!
Brian, Bryant, and Phil cover a variety of topics across Modern, Legacy, and Vintage!
These guys got big brains I think
Great podcast. Amazing content. Spirited debate about legacy and other formats.
But they really should reconsider what they mean by “undefeated.”
My favorite MtG Legacy podcast
I love these guys! They’re funny, smart, and seem like genuinely decent people. Best of all, they offer a really expansive knowledge pool on the Legacy format. Sometimes I’ll dive into an episode and be amazed at the sheer breadth of information they’re able to cover, and I always find myself learning something valuable from them and broadening my own knowledge of the format. I do wish they’d trim back a bit on the slice-of-life stuff, though. I enjoy learning more about them as people, but I often find that I want to dive into their MtG wisdom sooner and not have to fumble around trying to locate the main discussion points during the morning or evening commute. Regardless, a resounding 5 stars from me.