We celebrate the start of the new competitive season with a recap of the Stormbreak Open. Mark brings a birthday inspired Jason and Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree. We continue delving into the all-time archive and draft the best Primal cards in Eternal. Jason shares one of Mark’s really embarrassing misplays during the Misplays of the Week. In act two, the trio gives a glimpse into Team Misplay’s testing process that brewed up the “Xenhen Reanimator” deck that Colacoma piloted to the top four of the Stormbreak Open. They tell the deck’s origin story and track the deck’s evolution across a few different iterations. The lists discussed can be found at these Eternal Warcry links:
We play catch-up on the organized play announcement and new mini-set information. Was this set released too closely to the first Open? Jason sure thinks so in Mark and Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree. We continue our on going draft series with the best Justice cards in Eternal. In act two, we highlight two misplays you’re probably making right this second. We’re so glad you listened just in the nick of time. Nate of time? Nate of Justice?
We continue our behind the scenes look at the TNE series with player interviews. Meet stormguard798 and members of WSG (We Stream Games) including, Ron, Prackalakin, Spiffirriffic, and Serus. Jason sneaks in the results of The Misplay Short’s draft. Nate gives an excellent analysis of how the two teams were able to fight and win against the Thrones perceived big bad, Hooru Kira. The show closes with an exciting, Last Word with some big news.
We go behind the scenes of the Tuesday Night Eternal series with Telemokos and SRFS. Find out what goes into running Tuesday Night Eternal. Nate followed coverage all day and gives a summary and context to audio from the Tuesday Night Invitational broadcast. Tune in next week to hear Mark’s interview with the players in Part 2.
Meet community all-star marvin_the_imp and get tips on starting your own stream. We get marvin’s player profile and discover something very presidential about him. We draft the best Time cards in Eternal. Vote for the winner in our Discord. History repeats itself in the Misplays of the Week. In act two, we talk about why we stream on Twitch and share tips on software, equipment, a good streaming mentality, and more.
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Find out how happy Mark is after this most recent balance patch. We discuss the nerfs, the upcoming mini set, and Telemokos’ Team Showcase. Inspired by aReNGee’s Reddit post, we draft Eternal’s best Fire cards of all time. Vote for the winner in Discord. We argue about the rope timer in Mark and Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree and share a fresh batch of Misplays of the Week. In act two, we break down Overloader Amplify combo and some options for how to attack the deck.
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Are you spectating enough? Probably not. Meet imsobad and find out how where his epic username comes from and whether he’s sobad at Name That Card. We discuss this week’s Misplay meta report and how our internal tracking process works. Jason has an Equalize story he can’t let go of in the Misplays of the Week. In act two, we extol the benefits of spectating games and how to use it as a tool to up your game.
Jason, Nate, and Mark introduce The Misplay’s newest content venture, “The Misplay Meta.” They also touch on the state of competitive Eternal including the non update from DWD and recognizing the contributions of community’s tournament organizers. They’ll break down the balance patch, share some misplays of the week and crush Mark in a round of Jason and Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree. Finally, Nate, Jason and Mark break down and discuss the applications of tempo in Eternal.
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Jason, Nate, and Mark talk Empire of Glass previews and release in true misplay style. They cover the promotions for release, cards that stood out for better or worse, and Mark challenges Nate to a head to head Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree for Jason’s decisive vote. Jason gives a free to play update and Nate brings back Own It Or Stone for its second installment. They also discuss the Tuesday Night Eternal series and share their misplays of the week. In act two the trio discuss inevitability in Eternal. They cover what contributes to it, how to maintain it, and how to disrupt it.