MTG Slang #5: What do Durdle and Egg Mean?

Egg  of the  Gold

Hello! I’m back with another session of MTG Slang! This week, it’s Durdle and Egg. Durdle means playing defensively with his toughness creatures and/or defensive removal. When durdling, you’re mostly waiting for the right cards or conditions for a win.

You’re playing Mono Red Aggro, why all the Durdling?

An Egg is a artifact that can be “opened” to get man or cards. Good examples are the Tarkir Banners, and the Return to Ravnica Cluestones. The name comes from the egg cycle in Odessey.

The Cluestones are really good eggs.

Thanks for viewing this session of MTG Slang! I hope you enjoyed!

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