MTG Commander/Elder Dragon Highlander

London Mulligan
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Author:  ebyers4 [ 2019-Jun-03 1:05 am ]
Post subject:  London Mulligan ... 2019-06-03

Will this rule change apply to commander as well?

Edit: the reason I ask is I remember a time when commander kept a seperate mulligan in the form of partial paris. I assume it will change but it pays to ask first.

Author:  spacemonaut [ 2019-Jun-03 1:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: London Mulligan

Yes it will, barring the EDH RC doing something. Commander doesn't have its own Mulligan rule anymore.

Author:  ebyers4 [ 2019-Jun-03 2:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: London Mulligan

Sheldon posted on twitter that they will decide by core 2020.

Author:  Sheldon [ 2019-Jun-25 6:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: London Mulligan

We've already announced that we'll be going with the London Mulligan.

Author:  Card Slinger J [ 2019-Jul-09 3:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: London Mulligan

I've always wondered why EDH / Commander never had a set mulligan rule for the format but now that we finally have one it seems as though there's been some backlash for it lately. One of my friends made an argument saying that since EDH / Commander is a casual format by default that it should be up to the players to decide what type of mulligan rule that their playgroup adopts. Problem is that it ends up creating an unfair advantage among players in a 4+ player pod or at least that's the way I potentially see it anyway.

As for me I personally don't have a problem with it but I understand that this is an issue that should be determined based on house rules. Friends of mine who I've been playing Magic with for years have been so used to the old mulligan rules (Partial Paris / Vancouver) that they think that the rules were fine the way they were. As long as I get used to the new change then it shouldn't be a problem though If other players want to mulligan the way they've been doing it for years then who are we to judge If that's how they enjoy playing Magic?

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