Commander Masters Precons: Decklists & Spoilers

The Commander Masters has exciting reprints for Magic’s most popular format, but that’s not all. We’re also getting four ready-to-play Commander decks alongside it, and they are looking sensational. So, in today’s article, we’ll talk about everything we know about the Commander Masters Precons so far.

Commander Masters Decks – Contents

There will be four different Commander Masters Commander decks. Each of them contains:

  • 2 foil cards (main and secondary commander)
  • 98 non-foil cards (with the previous two cards, this makes a 100-card ready-to-play deck)
  • 1 Collector Sample Pack with two cards (with alternate art or in foil)
  • 1 foil-etched Display commander (a thicker card, not for tournament play)
  • 10 double-sided tokens
  • 1 life tracker
  • 1 cardboard deck box (in-depth review here)

Out of the hundred cards in the deck, 10 will be brand-new cards. The rest of the cards will be reprints. The decks are all already available for preorder on Amazon, and here’s a quick overview of them:

Deck nameColors
Eldrazi Unbound IconEldrazi Unbound
  • Colorless
  • Enduring Enchantments IconEnduring Enchantments
  • White
  • Black
  • Green
  • Planeswalker Party IconPlaneswalker Party
  • White
  • Blue
  • Red
  • Sliver Swarm IconSliver Swarm
  • White
  • Blue
  • Black
  • Red
  • Green
  • It’s time to explore each of the four decks in more detail. All deck have been previewed, and you can find them below.

    Sliver Swarm

    Sliver Swarm Commander Masters Precons

    One of the most popular tribes of all times are most certainly Slivers. These creatures all have abilities that support other Slivers, and are a really fun tribe to play with. For some examples, you can check our article with the best Slivers.

    If you’re a fan of these creatures, then you’ll probably really enjoy this precon, as Slivers are the main theme of the deck. You also have access to all five colors, which is really important, as some of the best Sliver cards contain all colors.

    The precon also takes care of one of the hardest parts of building a Sliver deck. That’s acquiring all the Slivers you need for a deck. A lot of the common Slivers can be fairly cheap, but when you need to get 30+ of them, the shipping costs and their prices can really add up. Getting this deck will be an amazing starting point for getting a good base of Slivers. Even if you’ll need some upgrades, you won’t need to start building from scratch.

    Sliver Gravemother Review

    Sliver Gravemother

    The cost of five mana is as low as it gets for a five color legendary (barring any hybrid mana shenanigans). For your investment you get a 6/6 Sliver, which is fine, but how good it is depends on its abilities.

    The first one looks a bit out of place when you first read it. “Legend rule” not applying is unusual, although it can be useful with various copy effects. However, once you get to its second ability, it starts to make sense.

    Each Sliver in your graveyard gets the encore ability. When you pay the encore cost of a card, you get a copy of it for each of your opponents. Each copy attacks that opponent if able.

    The combination of both abilities allows you to return multiples of the same legendary Sliver – without them dying immediately. This opens up some brutal plays. Just imagine bringing back three Sliver Legions. All of your Slivers are now enormous. Encoring The First Sliver gives your Sliver spells multiple instances of cascade, which can be quite strong. But even bringing back a common Sliver, such as Predatory Sliver can be good.

    In a typical Sliver fashion, Sliver Gravemother also has encore itself, which can allow you to play around the Commander tax in the right scenario. This kind of effect always improves a commander.

    Slivers certainly have a large selection of strong five color commanders. Nevertheless, Gravemother can hold its own against them, if you’re playing a multiplayer game. If you’re only playing against a single opponent, its encore ability gets significantly worse, but it’s still perfectly playable. All things considered, this is another great commander for Slivers, particularly since it gives your Slivers a bit more longevity.

    Other New Cards from Sliver Swarm New Cards

    Sliver Swarm Decklist

    Commander (1)
    Sliver Gravemother

    Creatures (36)
    Blade Sliver
    Blur Sliver
    Bonescythe Sliver
    Bonesplitter Sliver
    Brood Sliver
    Cleaving Sliver
    Clot Sliver
    Cloudshredder Sliver
    Constricting Sliver
    Crypt Sliver
    Crystalline Sliver
    Diffusion Sliver
    Firewake Sliver
    Galerider Sliver
    Gemhide Sliver
    Harmonic Sliver
    Hibernation Sliver
    Hollowhead Sliver
    Lavabelly Sliver
    Manaweft Sliver
    Megantic Sliver
    Might Sliver
    Quick Sliver
    Necrotic Sliver
    Sentinel Sliver
    Shifting Sliver
    Sinew Sliver
    Sliver Hivelord
    Spiteful Sliver
    Striking Sliver
    Synapse Sliver
    Syphon Sliver
    Two-Headed Sliver
    Venom Sliver
    Winged Sliver

    Sorceries (10)
    Cleansing Nova
    Crippling Fear
    Distant Melody
    Harsh Mercy
    Nature’s Lore
    Three Visits
    Lands (37)
    Ash Barrens
    Canopy Vista
    Cinder Glade
    Command Tower
    Exotic Orchard
    Flood Plain
    Frontier Bivouac
    Irrigated Farmland
    Jungle Shrine
    Mountain Valley
    Mystic Monastery
    Nomad Outpost
    Opulent Palace
    Path of Ancestry
    Prairie Stream
    Rocky Tar Pit
    Sandsteppe Citadel
    Savage Lands
    Scattered Groves
    Seaside Citadel
    Secluded Courtyard
    Sheltered Thicket
    Smoldering Marsh
    Sunken Hollow
    Unclaimed Territory

    Artifacts (7)
    Arcane Signet
    Fellwar Stone
    Herald’s Horn
    Icon of Ancestry
    Pillar of Origins
    Sol Ring
    Vanquisher’s Banner

    New Cards* (9)
    Capricious Sliver
    Descendants’ Fury
    For the Ancestors
    Hatchery Sliver
    Lazotep Sliver
    Regal Sliver
    Rukarumel, Biologist
    Taunting Sliver
    Titan of Littjara

    Best Reprints in Silver Swarm

    For each deck we’re also going to highlight the best reprints. Here are the ones from the Sliver precon:

    Planeswalker Party

    Planeswalker Party Commander Masters Precons

    Planeswalkers are weaker in a multiplayer format such as Commander. If you play a planeswalker, you have to protect it from multiple opponents, and not just from a single one. However, that doesn’t dismay some players, who like to build a deck around planeswalkers. Those decks are typically called superfriends decks.

    However, despite their not-that-small popularity, they didn’t have an excellent dedicated commander. You could use Atraxa, Praetors’ Voice or Carth the Lion. However, neither of them was a planeswalker, and Garth only allowed you to use two colors. This precon is here to fix that.

    This precon gives you access to white, blue, and red, and uses a planeswalker as a commander, which is amazing for a superfriends deck. On top of that, if you like to collect planeswalkers, that’s great, as you’ll likely get a bunch of them in this deck.

    Commodore Guff Review

    Commodore Guff Commander Masters Precons Decklists

    Four mana is a fine cost for a 3-color Commander. Its colors are also quite good for the superfriends theme. Carth the Lion, for example, only gave you access to 71 different planeswalkers, while Guff lets you pick among 139 of them. That’s a significant upgrade.

    An important thing with planeswalkers are their loyalty counters. Guff comes with five, which allows you to activate either one of its activated abilities on the turn you play it, and still keep it around.

    The +1 makes a token, which can help you cast your other planeswalkers. That’s a useful ability, particularly as you can use the token to chump block and keep Guff alive for longer. The -3 ability deals some damage to your opponent, and more importantly draws you cards. How good it will be, depends on how many planeswalkers you have in play.

    There’s also the static ability, which lets you put a loyalty counter on one of your other planeswalkers, at the end of your turn. This is also quite useful in this theme, as it both makes your planeswalkers harder to remove, and closer to their ultimate abilities.

    So, how good is Guff? Well, it’s perfect for what it’s meant to be – a great commander for the superfriends archetype. However, it’s not that strong that it’ll just make the whole theme absurdly strong. It’s just a really cool option for anyone who wants to jam a ton of planeswalkers in their Commander deck.

    Other New Cards from Planeswalker Party New Cards

    Leori Sparktouched Commander Masters Precons Decklists Spoilers
    Guff Rewrites History Commander Masters Precons Decklist Spoilers
    Onakke Oathkeeper Planeswalker Party Spoilers
    Sparkshaper Visionary
    Jaya's Phoenix
    Gatewatch Beacon
    Teyo, Geometric Tactician
    Vronos, Masked Inquisitor Commander Masters Precons
    Chandra, Legacy of Fire Planeswalker Party Spoilers

    Planeswalker Party Decklist

    Commander (1)
    Commodore Guff

    Planeswalkers (14)
    Ajani Steadfast
    Chandra, Awakened Inferno
    Chandra, Torch of Defiance
    Elspeth, Sun’s Champion
    Gideon Jura
    Jace Beleren
    Jace, Architect of Thought
    Jace, Mirror Mage
    Nahiri, the Harbinger
    Narset of the Ancient Way
    Narset, Parter of Veils
    Saheeli, Sublime Artificer
    Sarkhan the Masterless
    The Wanderer

    Creatures (13)
    Cartographer’s Hawk
    Deepglow Skate
    Flux Channeler
    Fog Bank
    Grateful Apparition
    Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs
    Mangara, the Diplomat
    Narset, Enlightened Master
    Oreskos Explorer
    Silent Arbiter
    Spark Double
    Wall of Denial

    Instants (3)
    Path to Exile
    Semester’s End
    Swords to Plowshares

    Sorceries (5)
    Blasphemous Act
    Deploy the Gatewatch
    Promise of Loyalty
    Repeated Reverberation
    Urza’s Ruinous Blast

    Enchantments (3)
    Oath of Gideon
    Oath of Jace
    Oath of Teferi
    Lands (38)
    Cascade Bluffs
    Command Tower
    Exotic Orchard
    Forge of Heroes
    Frostboil Snarl
    Furycalm Snarl
    Interplanar Beacon
    Karn’s Bastion
    Mobilized District
    Myriad Landscape
    Mystic Gate
    Mystic Monastery
    Port Town
    Prairie Stream
    Reliquary Tower
    Rugged Prairie
    Skycloud Expanse
    Temple of Enlightenment
    Temple of Epiphany
    Temple of Triumph

    Artifacts (14)
    Arcane Signet
    Azorius Signet
    Boros Signet
    Fellwar Stone
    Honor-Worn Shaku
    Izzet Signet
    Nevinyrral’s Disk
    Norn’s Annex
    Sol Ring
    Talisman of Conviction
    Talisman of Creativity
    Talisman of Progress
    The Chain Veil
    Wayfarer’s Bauble

    New Cards* (9)
    Chandra, Legacy of Fire
    Gatewatch Beacon
    Guff Rewrites History
    Leori, Sparktouched Hunter
    Jaya’s Phoenix
    Onakke Oathkeeper
    Sparkshaper Visionary
    Teyo, Geometric Tactician
    Vronos, Masked Inquisitor

    Best Reprints in Planeswalker Party

    Enduring Enchantments

    Enduring Enchatments Commander Masters Decks

    This deck’s focus is on enchantments. However, it not the most typical enchantress strategy, as it also has a strong graveyard theme. Given the deck’s colors, this does make sense. White and green care about enchantments, and both black and green can use the graveyard.

    As such, this deck will be great for players who like both of these things, playing with enchantments, and using their graveyard as a resource.

    Anikthea, Hand of Erebos Review

    Anikthea, Hand of Erebos Commander Masters Decks Decklists

    Five mana for a 4/4 is not too exciting, but this one does come with a 3/3 Zombie, if you build your deck right. You also get another Zombie, when it attacks. To get zombies, you’ll need to exile an enchantment from your graveyard. If that was all Anikthea did, it would bring some stats to the board, but it would be quite boring.

    Thankfully, that’s not the case. The Zombie tokens are actually copies of the enchantments you exiled with it. This improves the card massively, and opens up so many possibilities.

    There are just so many good enchantments that you can exile. You can protect yourself with cards like Sphere of Safety, and your other permanents with Privileged Position. You can draw a bunch of cards with Enchantress’s Presence and Eidolon of Blossoms. Want a ton of mana? Exile Mirari’s Wake or Nyxbloom Ancient. Remove problematic permanents with Aura Shards.

    Perhaps the most amazing combos can happen with Song of the Worldsoul, which can quickly get out of hand. Just imagine – you get a copy of it, then cast a spell, so you can get another copy of Song. Now, when you cast your next spells, you can get two more copies. Of course, you can also choose some other token, if that’s more beneficial for you.

    All things considered, Anikthea looks like one of the strongest commanders released recently. (Not just among the four Commander Masters precons.) It allows you to do some unique and powerful stuff, and all that for a really fair starting price of five mana.

    Other New Cards from Enduring Enchantments New Cards

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    Battle at the Helvault Commander Masters Precons Decklists
    Cacophony Unleashed Enduring Enchantments Decklist
    Composer of Spring Enduring Enchantments Decklist
    Boon of the Spirit Realm
    Demon of Fate's Design Commander Masters Precons Decklists
    Ghoulish Impetus Commander Masters Precons Guide
    Nyxborn behemoth Commander Masters Precons Decklists

    Enduring Enchantments Decklist

    Commander (1)
    Anikthea, Hand of Erebos

    Planeswalker (1)
    Calix, Destiny’s Hand

    Creatures (21)
    Arasta of the Endless Web
    Archon of Sun’s Grace
    Courser of Kruphix
    Destiny Spinner
    Doomwake Giant
    Eidolon of Blossoms
    Erebos, Bleak-Hearted
    Greater Tanuki
    Heliod, God of the Sun
    Herald of the Pantheon
    Jukai Naturalist
    Mesa Enchantress
    Mindwrack Harpy
    Nessian Wanderer
    Nyx Weaver
    Sanctum Weaver
    Satyr Enchanter
    Spirited Companion
    Starfield Mystic
    Sythis, Harvest’s Hand
    Verduran Enchantress

    Instant (1)
    Path to Exile

    Sorceries (4)
    Culling Ritual
    Extinguish All Hope
    Kodama’s Reach
    Rampant Growth

    Enchantments (16)
    Battle for Bretagard
    Binding the Old Gods
    Cast Out
    Dreadhorde Invasion
    Enchantress’s Presence
    Font of Fertility
    Khalni Heart Expedition
    Love Song of Night and Day
    Omen of the Hunt
    Omen of the Sun
    Sandwurm Convergence
    Sigil of the Empty Throne
    The Binding of the Titans
    The Eldest Reborn
    The Mending of Dominaria
    Lands (37)
    Ash Barrens
    Canopy Vista
    Command Tower
    Exotic Orchard
    Fortified Village
    Golgari Rot Farm
    Krosan Verge
    Necroblossom Snarl
    Shineshadow Snarl
    Sungrass Prairie
    Temple of Malady
    Temple of Plenty
    Temple of Silence
    Orzhov Basilica
    Sandsteppe Citadel
    Selesnya Sanctuary
    Tainted Field
    Tainted Wood

    Artifacts (2)
    Arcane Signet
    Sol Ring

    New Cards* (9)
    Battle at the Helvault
    Boon of the Spirit Realm
    Cacophony Unleashed
    Composer of Spring
    Demon of Fate’s Design
    Ghoulish Impetus
    Narci, Fable Singer
    Nyxborn Behemoth
    Ondu Spiritdancer

    Best Reprints in Enduring Enchantments

    Eldrazi Unbound

    Eldrazi Unbound Commander Masters Decks
    • Theme: Eldrazi tribal, expensive colorless spells.
    • Colors: colorless
    • Main Commander: Zhulodok, Void Gorger

    Do you like to cast very expensive spells? Do you like to play with unusual decks? Do you enjoy the Eldrazi? If you answered yes to these questions, then you’ve just found the perfect Commander Masters deck for you.

    With over 90 Commander precons, one would think that all the color combination were already done. That fact is true, but only if you aren’t counting colorless as a color combination. Yes, this is the first time that Wizards made a colorless deck.

    It’ll be interesting to see how this one will play out. You can probably expect expensive spells, and ramp that allows you to cast them ahead of schedule. Give that the deck’s name is Eldrazi Unbound, the precon will surely have an Eldrazi theme too.

    One interesting thing about this deck is the following art. One card will feature all three Eldrazi titans – Ulamog, Kozilek, and Emrakul. Is this a new creature, or perhaps a legendary sorcery? Our bet is that this might be a colorless Saga, perhaps called Rise of Eldrazi.

    All Three Eldrazi Commander Masters Precons Decks

    Here’s a fun Eldrazi fact. In the last seven years, there were no new Eldrazi printed. So, it’s going to be fun to see them make a return. These big creatures have powerful effects, and they work nicely with the face commander. Speaking of which, let’s take a look.

    Zhulodok, Void Gorger Review

    Zhulodok, Void Gorger Commander Masters Precons Decklists

    Nothing about Zhulodok is ordinary. There’s colorless mana in its mana cost, and it has weird stats as a 7/4 for six mana. Its rules box is quite simple, though. It gives your colorless spells that cost 7 or more double cascade.

    We’ve seen how powerful effect this can be with Maelstrom Wanderer. Getting two additional spells for free is insanely good, as you’re both drawing two nonland cards, and casting them for zero mana. However, Zhulodok doesn’t have the double cascade itself, which can be a problem. If your opponents destroy it before you can cast a big spell, you didn’t get much value from it.

    Nevertheless, when it does survive, it can allow you to make some memorable plays. Casting Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger has never felt so good.

    In a highly competitive metagame, Zhuldok, Void Gorger probably won’t shine. You’ll need to have many ways to protect it in order to get to your payoff. However, in a more relaxed setting, it can certainly do a ton of powerful stuff. On top of that, it’s a unique Commander to build around, and such cards are always a very welcome addition.

    Other New Cards from Eldrazi Unbound New Cards

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    Skittering Cicada Commander Masters Precons
    Rise of the Eldrazi Card
    Ugin's Mastery Commander Masters Precons
    Abstruse Archaic Eldrazi Unbound Decklist
    Desecrate Reality Commander Masters Precons
    Calamity of the Titans
    Darksteel Monolith Eldrazi Unbound Decklist

    Eldrazi Unbound Decklist

    Commander (1)
    Zhulodok, Void Gorger

    Planeswalker (1)
    Ugin, the Ineffable

    Creatures (25)
    Ancient Stone Idol
    Artisan of Kozilek
    Bane of Bala Ged
    Burnished Hart
    Crashing Drawbridge
    Endless One
    Geode Golem
    Hangarback Walker
    It That Betrays
    Kozilek, the Great Distortion
    Matter Reshaper
    Metalwork Colossus
    Meteor Golem
    Myriad Construct
    Oblivion Sower
    Ornithopter of Paradise
    Palladium Myr
    Solemn Simulacrum
    Soul od New Phyrexia
    Steel Hellkite
    Stonecoil Serpent
    Suspicious Bookcase

    Instants (4)
    Not of This World
    Spatial Contortion
    Titan’s Presence
    Warping Wail

    Sorceries (1)
    All Is Dust

    New Cards* (9)
    Abstruse Archaic
    Calamity of the Titans
    Darksteel Monolith
    Desecrate Reality
    Flayer of Loyalties
    Omarthis, Ghostfire Initiate
    Rise of the Eldrazi
    Skittering Cicada
    Ugin’s Mastery
    Lands (39)
    Arcane Lighthouse
    Arch of Orazca
    Blast Zone
    Bonders’ Enclave
    Eldrazi Temple
    Forge od Heroes
    Geier Reach Sanitarium
    Guildless Commons
    Mage-Ring Network
    Reliquary Tower
    Rogue’s Passage
    Ruins of Oran-Rief
    Scavenger Grounds
    Sea Gate Wreckage
    Temple ofthe False God
    Tomb of the Spirit Dragon
    Tyrite Sanctum
    War Room
    Urza’s Mine
    Urza’s Power Plant
    Urza’s Tower
    16 Wastes
    Shrine of the Forsaken Gods

    Artifacts (20)
    Dreamstone Hedron
    Endless Atlas
    Everflowing Chalice
    Forsaken Monument
    Hedron Archive
    Investigator’s Journal
    Kaldra Compleat
    Lightning Greaves
    Mazemind Tome
    Mind Stone
    Mirage Mirror
    Mystic Forge
    Perilous Vault
    Sol Ring
    Thought Vessel
    Thran Dynamo
    Transmogrifying Wand
    Unstable Obelisk
    Worn Powerstone

    Best Reprints in Enduring Enchantments

    Commander Masters Precons – FAQ

    In this section, you’ll find answers to some commonly asked questions players have about the Commander Masters precons. If you don’t find the answer to your question, leave a comment below, and we’ll get back to it.

    We’ll start with the two perhaps most important questions, then we’ll move to other ones.

    Are the Commander Masters Precons Worth It?

    Typically, the Commander precons are the one product that’s almost always worth buying, especially if you like the theme of the deck. You’re getting a complete ready-to-play 100-card Commander deck, and you know exactly which cards you’re getting. On top of that, each deck usually has at least some valuable cards, which comes in handy if you ever decide to sell/trade the deck.

    There’s also the Collector Sample booster, which does add some value, as you might get a chase card inside it.

    However, some decks are better value than the others. Sometimes Wizards miss with new cards, or the build of the deck with a theme that isn’t that popular, and the decks becomes available for a lesser price in a few weeks after the release.

    For the final verdict about the Commander Masters precons we’ll have to wait to see the full decklists previewed. However, based on the themes, and the face commanders, these decks look like they will be worth it. Slivers and Eldrazi are both insanely popular. Superfriends and enchantments also have their fans. As such, it’s hard to imagine that any of these decks will be a bad buy, particularly for the fans of the deck’s theme.

    Which Commander Masters Precon is the Best to Buy?

    Four Commander Masters Commander Decks

    Well, that depends on what you’re looking for. If you want a deck that will be fun to play for you, here are some tips on how to decide:

    • You like unusual decks and strategies. You like to make big and exciting plays, with lots of mana available. The bigger the creature, the better it is in your eyes. In that case, you should go with Eldrazi Unbound.
    • Planeswalkers are your favorite cards in MTG. If you could jam 500 of them in a single deck, you would do so. You’re a player who’ll enjoy playing with Planeswalker Party for sure.
    • Enduring Enchatments should be your choice, if you like powerful strategies and unique rules interactions. You want to use your cards multiple times over the course of the game, and your favorite card type are enchantments.
    • If you’re a player who likes very synergistic decks, with a ton of creatures, then you should certainly pick up Sliver Swarm. The deck is perfect for you.

    If you can’t decide, you can also get all four decks. You can then use them, as a self-contained board game. Have friends coming over? They don’t need to bring their own decks. Furthermore, you’ll avoid the discussion about who brought a too powerful deck. You each pick one of the four decks (or select them randomly), and you’re ready to battle.

    On the other hand, if you care about the long term value of the decks, then it gets a bit trickier. Usually, the decks that do the best are the ones that either contain sought-after cards (new ones or powerful reprints), or have widely popular themes. If the deck can achieve both of these things, it often has quite a high value after a couple of years or so.

    As far as the popularity of the themes goes, all four have their fans, but Sliver tribal is likely the most popular one.

    Additional Questions

    Does the Commander Masters set come with Commander decks?

    Yes, it does.

    How many Commander decks will be released with Commander Masters?

    There will be four different decks.

    Do Commander Masters precons contain a booster?

    Yes, each deck contains a 2-card Sample Collector booster pack.

    What’s inside the Commander Masters Sample Collector booster?

    There are two cards from Commander Masters set, both with special treatment. One of the two cards will be a rare or mythic rare, and the other one a rare.

    How many new cards are in Commander Masters precons?

    There are 10 new cards per deck. Therefore, we can expect 40 new cards total, or a little less, is some new cards appear in multiple decks.

    Which colors are in the Commander Masters decks?

    There are two 3-color decks (Enduring Enchantments: Abzan/WBG, Planeswalker Party: Jeskai/WUR), one 5-color deck (Sliver Swarm: WUBRG), and one colorless deck (Edrazi Unbound).

    Are the Commander Masters decks balanced against one another?

    They are somewhat close in power level. Wizards try to balance the precons released together. Even if they don’t completely succeed, that’s often mitigated by the variety that comes from a 100-card singleton format in a multiplayer setting.

    When will Commander Masters precons release?

    The release date for Commander Masters products is August 4th, 2023.

    When will the Commander Masters precons be previewed?

    They will be previewed on July 17-20, 2023. One Commander precon per day.


    That’s all about the Commander Masters precons. Which one does look the most exciting to you? Let us know in the comments. Once more inflammation becomes available, we’ll update the article, so make sure to check back soon.

    If neither of these decks is to your liking, you can check the list of all Commander precons. There are so many of them, that you’re bound to find something that you like.

    Until next time, have fun, and may your starting hand always contain a Sol Ring.

    7 thoughts on “Commander Masters Precons: Decklists & Spoilers”

      • That’s true, thanks for reminding us about the poor wording. I changed “activate both of its activated abilities” to “activate either one of its activated abilities”.

    1. this was just sad. Sliver deck is god awful. it missing so many important pieces.
      Planeswalker party has the same issue.
      Enchantments was so close to being a great deck but was bogged down by just a lot of overall bad enchantments and missing a few important ones.
      Eldrazi was the closest we got to a premium deck but it doesn’t have these 4 cards that are so important. Chromatic orrery, Eldrazi Conscription, Eye of Ugin, and Ugin, the Spirit Dragon. Even without them it is absolutely gonna struggle due to the issue of having 13 total cards that can reach mana value 7+

      I have come to expect low quality deck construction from wizards but damn. The bar was implanted in the ground and they still limbo’d right under it.


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