1. Players may choose any uncommon creature as their Commander. When I say “uncommon,” I mean the card must have been printed as an uncommon at some point ever. 2. Decks are built with commons only. Again, this means a card must have been printed at this rarity at least once. 3. Each player has 30 life. (Obviously in multiplayer you would revert to 40.) 4. A player who takes 16 or more combat damage from a single Commander loses the game. I feel like we had something else banned, but I’m not remembering what it was. Note that the rule about your Commander being an uncommon creature is hard and fast—I initially wanted my Commander to beCavern Harpy, but since it’s not an uncommon, it can’t be a Commander in this format. Other normal EDH rules Apply
Behind me, I heard a young woman of 25 say, "If it weren’t for my horse, I wouldn’t have spent that year in college." Now, I'm gonna repeat that, because it bears repeating. "If it weren't for my horse..." as in, giddyup, giddyup, let's go — "I wouldn't have spent that year in college," which is a degree-granting institution. Don't think about that too long, or BLOOD will shoot out your NOSE!
Invisible Stalker is usually another general banned. I know a red "sweeper" or an edict gets rid of him, but being able to drop him turn two and go to town really hurts. Specially if you have "Counterspell" backup.