Constructed Criticism is the parent show of the network. A Weekly podcast that focuses on Constructed Magic and how to improve at the game each and every week. Constructed Criticism has a deep focus of #AlwaysImproving. We believe if you aren’t getting better you are getting worse and we always want to be improving ourselves to put ourselves in the best position to help our listeners do the same.
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This week Heezy is joined by Paddy B from Need 2 Nerd by Heezy Game Media to talk about worlds and the standard formatFollow Paddy: https://twitter.com/PaddyBMTGSwag Store: https://teespring.com/CCMTGSponsors:https://puremtgo.com/Follow us on twitter... more
This week Heezy and Mason break down the top decks in Modern after the release of Wilds of Eldraine more
I have to say, this podcast brings a much different vibe than the other MtG pods out there. A lot of vulnerability, they talk about the personal parts of the pursuit of improvement in the hobby, and the emotional side of it all. Also bring great insight, although generally more focused than most on the broader aspects of improvement rather than format specific (although there’s plenty of meta specific analysis too). more
This show is great about keeping the main focus on always improving. It’s one of the few MTG podcasts I can listen to regularly and know that I’m going to hear a high quality episode each week.
Mason and Abe are great but the podcast would be better if the sweaty guy they call Spencer wouldn’t interrupt what they’re saying literally every time they try to speak for more than 30 seconds. Seriously if I was his friend I would pull them aside and tell him to bite your tongue and let other people speak for more than a minute before you start over running them with your garbled speech that sounds like you haven’t finished chewing your mouth full of chicken wings. Seriously dude speak 50% l... more
Why is Ally even on the show? She grunts out 3 word sentences every once in a while while Mason does all the analysis and talking.
Love Mason’s energy and how he seems very interested and is having fun! Aly on the other hand sounds like she does not want to be there, leaves Mason hanging and just is not enjoyable to listen to.
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Constructed Criticism launched 6 years ago and published 193 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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