Beatdown: Aerodoom Review (Part 2 of 2)
We had a great time testing the Beatdown boxed set from the Ground Pounder perspective, but will it hold up just as well when the tables are turned? To find out, I challenged Sam to a duel, and here are the results.
Ertai’s Lament: Ground Pounder Review (Part 2 of 2)
With reviews of both of Beatdown’s decks behind us, it’s time to put them to the test! Today I take the role of the Red/Green Ground Pounder, with Jimi volunteering to pilot the Blue/Black Aerodoom.
Beatdown: Aerodoom Review (Part 1 of 2)
Fresh from our look at the Red/Green Ground Pounder, today we move on to the other half of the Beatdown equation, Aerodoom. It is the opposite of Ground Pounder in nearly every way save one: it, too, brings the plain with a ton of fat creatures.
Beatdown: Ground Pounder Review (Part 1)
By the standards of the earlier days of the game, what we have available to us now is enough to make one feel downright spoiled. Not only does each new set carry with it a slate of Intro Packs, but we get two more decks a month or so later when the Event Decks release. There’s not one, but two paired-deck releases per year as the Duel Decks touch down each Autumn and Spring. We’re treated to an annual all-foil deck with the Premium Deck Series, and on top of it all we get a “casual multiplayer” set like Planechase or Commander once a year as well.