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Kitchen Table Friday Commander

Every Friday Night starting at 7:30pm!

KTFC Guidelines:

  • Only 12 proxies are allowed.

  • $5 to play for the night if you want to be included in the monthly raffle. If not, it's free play unless we are doing some sort of variation/special event for the month. Then we simply keep pods separate.

  • Deck Power levels of 8 or under are acceptable for KTFC. Anything over 8.5 is not permitted for KTFC.

  • See power level chart below.

  • Before you start playing in a pod make sure you're playing with KTFC players as the deck requirements are different than for the free players coming in to play. This helps to ensures deck levels will remain as close to equal as possible and you aren't going to get stomped on by anyone coming in to simply "flex" on people.

  • KTFC is an "event" for people who simply want to play Commander in a relaxed environment and have fun for the night. Our KTFC participants literally only want to laugh, have fun, and play Commander. None of them will be impressed (probably in the way you want them to be.), or really care, if your deck is a consistent turn 2 killing machine.


KTFC Restricted/Banned List:

  • 0 CMC mana rocks are banned. ( this does NOT include Jeweled Lotus or Lotus Petal. )

  • Mana Vault is banned.

  • You can have a maximum of 2 tutors with a CMC of 2 or less. Here is a list of tutors for reference. Fetch lands are not part of this restriction.

  • Infinite *anythings* are restricted to 4 instances. Your initial instance +3 more instances. This includes generating infinite mana in order to do "x", infinite bounce abilities for ETB triggers, infinite graveyard manipulation loops, etc. Anything infinite means anything infinite. However, for example, if your combo requires you to draw cards to do damage to the table, that is fine. There is a finite resource and a possibility you'll deck yourself out if you miscalculate.

 

 

General rules to remember while playing KTFC or at the shop at all.

  • Respect other players' time. DO NOT TAKE 15 MINUTE TURNS *UNLESS* WHAT YOU'RE DOING REQUIRES THE TIME. Slow-Playing is not permitted (unless you're new we understand that) and if you continue to intentionally slow play you will no longer be able to play in KTFC and quite possibly, everyone at the shop will not play with you any longer either because nobody likes to sit around for 15 minutes while you take a turn. You're supposed to already have an idea of  what you want to do and how to implement it by the time your turn comes around. If the table has spoken to you about your slow playing, and you continue to slow play, then they have every right to either boot you out of the pod or all scoop and start another game with or without you.

  • If you're going to win that turn, just say you're going to win that turn. Explain how you're going to win and if no one has a response to it, let that be that. DO NOT SOLITAIRE PLAY FOR 20 MINUTES AND THEN EXPLAIN HOW YOU'RE GOING TO WIN.

  • Mana Weaving is not permitted and is a waste of time anyways considering we allow for opponent's to shuffle your deck and cuts are made anyways most of the time. (I personally cut decks really weird and this is the reason why. If you weave or stack your deck the way I usually cut will mess with that and most everyone else has their own ways of minimizing these shenanigans too.)

The KTFC Monthly Raffle:

Your $5 entry gets you 1 raffle ticket to put towards the KTFC Monthly Raffle. What will be up for raffle will be announced on the 3rd Monday of each month. Why the 3rd Monday? Just to give new releases a chance to come out so that way we can possibly raffle those items off, instead of coming out with the contents of the raffle the 1st of the month and then having to go back and change it.

 

 

Friday Night Mini-Games:

There will be some sort of mini-game played for prizes every Friday night. The three most common games we play are-

Raffle: Every $10 spent earns you a ticket towards the raffle. The raffle may be for one big prize, 3 or 4 little prizes, or done in a sort of "silent auction" style where you just put your entries into a bag that corresponds with the prize you'd like to win.

1-60 Challenge: You must roll a 1 or 60 on the 60 sided dice to win a prize.
1st roll: Free

Additional rolls: $1=2 extra rolls.

 

D6 Poker: You'll roll 5 oversized D6's two times. You choose what to keep or what to re-roll. Do you keep a 4 of a kind? 2 pair? It's up to you. Winner takes all in this mini-game.       

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