On this episode of Solely Singleton Brad and Eric are joined once again by Spootyone to talk about M20 and its possible impact on cubes. This episode was recorded the day the set was fully revealed and it only took slightly over two weeks to edit. People say M20 doesn’t have much for cube, but we somehow managed to talk about it enough to split into two parts. Part 1 contains the Red, Green, Multicolor, and Colorless cards. Part 2 contains White, Blue, and Black cards.  We also learn that Brad can’t see, and is like an animal with a missing limb or something.


0:30 – Intro

1:10 – Colorless

14:00 – Multi

33:37 – Green

59:58 – Red

1:22:39 – Outro?


Show Links: 

Link to WAR First Impressions Document: Google Doc

Solely Singleton Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/

Solely Singleton Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SolelySingleton

The Board Game Cube: http://www.cubetutor.com/theboardgamecube

The Misers Cube: http://www.cubetutor.com/themiserscube

Brad’s Main Cube: http://www.cubetutor.com/drruler

Eric’s Travel Cube: http://www.cubetutor.com/travelcube


Draft the cubes of our Biggest Supporters:

Riku – The Jund Cube

Spootyone – The Spooty Contemporary Peasant Cube

DruMau5 – War on the Middle Class

DraftTemptation – 9-5 cube

Awkamess – Multicolor Custom Cube

Karl – Karls Unpowered 360 Cube

Heroscreed – Peasant Cube 


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Rochester Hills, MI



Licensed Music Used By This Program:


“There It Is” by Kevin MacLeod

From the Free Music Archive



“Acid Jazz” by Kevin MacLeod

From the Free Music Archive



“Groovy Baby” by Jason Shaw

From the Free Music Archive


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