Limited Resources 219 – Born of the Gods Set Review: Commons and Uncommons

This week on Limited Resources Brian and Marshall bring you the heavily anticipated Born of the Gods Set Review show! Every common and uncommon is dissected in detail and evaluated from a Limited mindset. Get ready for the prerelease, release and subsequent events as LR tries to prepare you for the upcoming format!

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9 thoughts on “Limited Resources 219 – Born of the Gods Set Review: Commons and Uncommons

  1. Hey,

    I love your podcasts, but Marshall’s voice is too loud compared to Brian’s. It would be great if you could lower Marshall’s volume or raise Brian’s.


  2. I love the show, just wanted to add that after a few pre-releases, I will say that Asphyxiate is way better than you think. It hits Vigilance creatures and if you have it in your hand, you can pay tribute to your opponents creatures and then cackle maniacally as you kill it.

    Also Spiteful returned is the best bestow creature in the set (in my opinion), especially when combined with Akroan Conscriptor in Black/Red.

  3. Akroan Conscript or was a HUGE bomb for me at prerelease. This guy singlehandedly won me several games. I happily paid tribute on Hessian Wilds Ravagers and stole them for multiple turns. He put in more work than my Xenagos or Ravager! So good! Just make sure you can target him with tricks.

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