Episode 7— August 10th, 2020

The Spirit of Singleton

Changes to Cube
Pack 1, Pick 1 from MinorBug's Tringleton Cube
Singleton Cubes: Why or Why Not?
Anthony's Kitchen Corner

On this episode, Andy and Anthony talk about the nature of singleton. They do a pack 1, pick 1 from MinorBug’s “Tringleton II” cube, an environment with a 3x card limit as opposed to the more common singleton restriction. They also touch on their favorite satirical how-to YouTube channel, some small tweaks Andy has recently made to his cube, retirement homes in the greater Baltimore area, LBBLBFs, powerful cards that uniquely suffer in singleton environments, red Rabblemasters and their competition, mill as a win condition in cube, differences in card evaluation between a cube’s designer and their playgroup, a theoretical cube with only one unique card in each color, and how Magic is more fun when you’re winning.

Discussed in this episode:

You can find the hosts’ Cubes on Cube Cobra:

If you want us to do a pack 1, pick 1 from your cube on air send a link to your cube, your name, and pronouns to [email protected]. This week, we’re also accepting suggestions for the name of our new segment where we discuss changes made to our cubes. Email us your ideas and if we end up using your submitted name we’ll mail you some surprise Magic cards!

Musical production by DJ James Nasty.

Thank you to Muenzerfor annotating this episode!

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