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Adun Oakenshield and The Evolution of Jund Tiny Leaders, by Mark Pinder

How to build a Tiny Leaders Jund deck with Adun Oakenshield Today I am going to continue my series on the Tiny Leaders format. Late last year, I felt like I needed to put a...
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4 Great Oath of the Gatewatch Tiny Leaders Deck Ideas, by Mark Pinder

4 Great Oath of the Gatewatch Tiny Leaders Deck Ideas With the recent arrival of Oath of the Gatewatch, the new set included two new potential commanders for the Tiny Leaders format. We were also given a...

Top 10 Tiny Leaders Cards from Oath of the Gatewatch by Mark Pinder

Top 10 Tiny Leaders Cards from Oath of the Gatewatch Like everyone, when I saw the spoilers for Oath of the Gatewatch I was excited about new cards, how they will fit into decks I currently...
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Tiny Leaders Budget Decks (inc. Deck Lists) and Feedback by Mark Pinder

Tiny Leaders Budget Decks (inc. Deck Lists) and Feedback I’ve written a couple of articles about Tiny Leaders recently and there has been some feedback and concerns on the format. I’ll look to address those...
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How to Build a Tiny Leaders Deck – Discovering Tiny Leaders by Mark Pinder

One of the most exciting new formats of the last year has been the emergence of Tiny Leaders, and it’s rapidly become my favourite format. It’s a one-on-one format so feeds my competitive nature...
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Tiny Leaders with Anafenza, the Foremost by Mark Pinder

Tiny Leaders with Anafenza, the Foremost by Mark Pinder It’s been a while since I’ve written an article, I thought I’d write about the growing Tiny Leaders format and my first general I used. For those...
Tiny Leaders, Big Impact by Liam Casserly

Tiny Leaders, Big Impact by Liam Casserly

Have you heard about Tiny Leaders? At the end of last year I read an article about it on a dedicated Commander website. At the time I thought that it was just a smaller, quicker...
How can we improve this Tiny Leaders deck? by Andy Bolton

How can we improve this Tiny Leaders deck? by Andy Bolton

When I first heard about a new format named Tiny Leaders, I was a little sceptical about it and to be honest, not all that interested. However, a couple of friends at my playgroup...


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