Limited Resources 255 – Five-Color Decks with Kenji “Numotthenummy” Egashira

This week on Limited Resources Marshall welcomes the #1 Magic streamer Kenji “Numotthenummy” Egashira on the show to talk about how he approaches Khans of Tarkir draft!

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7 thoughts on “Limited Resources 255 – Five-Color Decks with Kenji “Numotthenummy” Egashira

  1. I love Kenji, but I feel this episode lacked the structure of a regular LRCast – is that just my imagination or is there some kind of outline for other episodes and this was more a free flowing exchange?

  2. At the top of the website there is a page called “Marshall and Brian.” I don’t know if you left this as it is until you find a new host, but I just wanted to give you a heads up in case you want to keep it updated to feature only the current hosts. Or, you could possibly have it be an “About Us” page or something and mention all of the co-hosts and their period on the show. Just a thought.

    • Frankly I love this idea and would love to see it extended. How about the LRCast “Family” with profiles for Judge Joe Bono, Kenji, and other frequent commentators/guests.

      In fact, I love the idea of Brian being a once a set Joe Bono type staple – as well as Kenji, and whoever else can be brought in.

  3. So we just went to a We Were Promised Jetpacks show in Portland Maine and recognized multiple people from our LGS and realized it was your doing! Way to go, putting good music with your podcasts, and bring people together in yet ANOTHER way!

  4. You mentioned that you’ve been doing one of a couple of things: Playing 17 lands and putting yourself on the draw, or playing 18 and putting yourself on the play. What would you think of playing 18 game 1, then if you think you’re going to be on the draw in game 2, siding a land out for another spell and playing 17 instead in that game? Is this going just a bit too deep?

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