Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 Contents & Review

Game Night: Free-for-All is an interesting MTG multiplayer product. It is great as a self-contained board game, or as the first stepping stone into the world of Magic for new players. In this article, we’ll explore the Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 contents in depth, including both decklists and the extra stuff you get alongside them. At the end, we’ll also do a quick review of the product.

Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 Contents

Each Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 product contains:

  • 5 ready-to-play decks (with 60 cards each, so 300 cards total)
  • 15 double-sided tokens
  • 5 spindown life counters
  • 5 life counter platforms
  • 5 reference cards
  • 20 +1/+1 counters
  • 1 booklet with rules
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Essentially, you’re getting five decks, with some extra stuff that will make playing the game easier. Each deck is in one of the five Magic colors, and contains one card that is exclusive to this product. The rest of the cards are reprints.

This product allows you to play a game of Magic players right out of the box. Just shuffle the decks, and you’re ready to go. The decks are balanced against one another, which is very important with a product like this. You can play the game with at least two players, or with up to five players – all at once. The best experience with this specific product is with at least three players.

You can use Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 as a self-contained board game. This is great for the times when you get a group of people who all know how to play Magic, but don’t have decks of the same power level.

Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 Decks & Decklists

There are five decks in Game Night 2022, one for each color in MTG:

  • Glorious Combat (White)
  • Political Trickery (Blue)
  • Dark Sacrifice (Black)
  • Draconic Fury (Red)
  • Boundless Elves (Green)

In the next sections, we’ll take a look at each deck, decklist, and quickly talk about what they’re trying to do, so you’ll know with which one you’ll want to start playing with.

Glorious Combat

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  • Color: White
  • Theme: Equipment
Creatures (18)
Banisher Priest
Captain of the Watch
Danitha Capashen, Paragon
Forbidding Spirit
Heavenly Blademaster
Howling Golem
Kitesail Apprentice
Kor Duelist
Kor Outfitter
Pilgrim of the Ages
Serra Angel
Zamriel, Seraph of Steel
Lands (26)
26 Plains

Instants (5)
Path to Exile
Strength of Arms
Swords to Plowshares
Valorous Stance

Artifacts (10)
Ancestral Blade
Argentum Armor
Colossus Hammer
Moonsilver Spear
Ring of Thune
Sword of Vengeance
Trusty Machete

Enchantments (1)
Vow of Duty

White decks are known for cheap and efficient creatures. This deck has its fair share of them, but it also includes some more expensive ones, such as Captain of the Watch. Card like these make the deck able to compete in the late game.

The other option to do so is with various equipment, such as Sword of Vengeance, which make your small creatures better in the late game. Every one of your creatures becomes a relevant threat once you equip a couple of equipments to it.

A lot of creatures in your deck also support the equipment theme further. Kor Duelist gets double strike, while Kor Outfitter makes one equipment attach for free. There are a total of 10 equipments in the deck, which makes the theme well-supported.

Political Trickery

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  • Color: Blue
  • Theme: Instants, goad
Creatures (18)
Angler Drake
Angler Turtle
Brineborn Cutthroat
Diluvian Primordial
Fog Bank
Howling Golem
Illusory Ambusher
Jeering Homunculus
Maeve, Insidious Singer
Murmuring Mystic
Sea Gate Oracle
Lands (25)
25 Island

Sorceries (3)
Plea for Power
Talrand’s Invocation

Instants (12)
Fact or Fiction
Precognitive Perception
Pull from Tomorrow
Run Away Together
Split Decision
Supreme Will

Artifacts (1)
Bloodthirsty Blade

Enchantments (1)
Vow of Flight

Blue decks are often tricky to play, and that’s also the case with Political Trickery. This deck has the most unfocused theme of the lot.

You have various cards that let you goad opposing creatures. (Forcing them to attack other players.) This way, you can make players attack each other, while you’re safely progressing your own plan.

Speaking of your own plan, it focuses on casting instants. These are spells that you can cast during your opponent’s turn, which allows you to have more information before making a decision. That’s what Blue is all about!

Besides the better information, Brineborn Cutthroat is also a reward for having a lot of instants. It can quickly grow into a very big creature, while costing only two mana.

Dark Sacrifice

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  • Color: Black
  • Theme: Sacrifice, Zombie tribal
Creatures (20)
Bushmeat Poacher
Demon of Loathing
Doomed Dissenter
Dusk Legion Zealot
Fleshbag Marauder
Gavony Unhallowed
Gifted Aetherborn
Howling Golem
Lord of the Accursed
Maalfeld Twins
Priest of the Blood Rite
Ravenous Chupacabra
Reassembling Skeleton
Vilis, Broker of Blood
Vogar, Necropolis Tyrant
Lands (26)
26 Swamp

Sorceries (4)
Moan of the Unhallowed
Sign in Blood

Instants (6)
Doom Blade
Supernatural Stamina
Village Rites

Artifacts (1)
Bloodsoaked Altar

Enchantments (3)
Demonic Embrace
Liliana’s Mastery
Vow of Torment

Dark Sacrifice has a small Zombie tribal theme, with Lord of the Accursed and Liliana’s Mastery. A lot of creatures in the decks are Zombies, and they play nicely with the main theme of the deck – sacrifice.

Sacrifice is a theme where you have:

  1. Cards that let you sacrifice creatures for value (Bushmeat Poacher, Village Rites), and;
  2. creatures that you don’t mind sacrificing (Reassembling Skeleton, Priest of the Blood Rite).

Black color is known for its good removal, and that’s also the case here with Doom Blade and Ravenous Chupacabra. So if you like removing opposing creatures, you’re going to enjoy this deck.

Draconic Fury

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  • Color: White
  • Theme: Dragon Tribal
Creatures (23)
Ancient Hellkite
Dragon Egg
Dragon Hatchling
Dragon Mage
Dragonspeaker Shaman
Drakuseth, Maw of Flames
Flameblast Dragon
Flametongue Kavu
Furnace Whelp
Goblin Motivator
Howling Golem
Kargan Dragonrider
Knollspine Dragon
Nogi, Draco-Zealot
Rapacious Dragon
Shivan Dragon
Lands (25)
25 Mountain

Sorceries (5)
Mana Geyser
Seize the Spoils

Instants (4)
Lightning Bolt

Enchantments (3)
Crucible of Fire
Dragon Tempest
Vow of Lightning

Are you a bit of a Targaryen, so you really like Dragons? If so, you’re going to enjoy this deck.

This deck is all about casting massive Dragons like Drakuseth, Maw of Flames or Flameblast Dragon. These are so good that they demand a removal spell. If your opponents don’t manage to deal with them, they’ll win the game on their own.

One problem with Dragons is that they’re quite expensive to cast. However, you have three copies of Dragonspeaker Shaman, which can help you with that.

The deck is wrapped up with some efficient removal spells, such as Abrade, and the iconic Lightning Bolt, which was around from the very first MTG set, and is still amazing nowadays.

Boundless Elves

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  • Color: White
  • Theme: Elf Tribal
Creatures (26)
Beast Whisperer
Dwynen’s Elite
Elvish Archdruid
Elvish Rejuvenator
Elvish Skysweeper
Elvish Visionary
End-Raze Forerunners
Howling Golem
Imaryll, Elfhame Elite
Immaculate Magistrate
Joraga Visionary
Llanowar Elves
Llanowar Tribe
Sylvan Messenger
Taunting Elf
Thorn Lieutenant
Thornweald Archer
Lands (24)
24 Forest

Sorceries (3)
Rabid Bite

Instants (6)
Broken Wings
Elven Ambush
Ram Through
Wirewood Pride

Enchantments (1)
Vow of Wildness

Boundless Elves also feature a tribal theme, with the most iconic Green tribe – Elves. Magic players often call this archetype “Elfball”, since once the Elves get the ball rolling, there’s no stopping them.

The idea of the deck is to play all the Elves in your hand, and you’re able to do that quickly thanks to the fact that a lot of them make mana. While you’re doing so, you’re going to take advantage of various tribal synergies with cards like Immaculate Magistrate. You also have a lot of card draw, so you won’t run out of cards too fast.

Finally, if you don’t win the game by all the card advantage that you’ve amassed, you use a finisher like End-Raze Forerunners or Overrun for the victory.

Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 Review

So we’ve taken the look at the decklist, and now it’s time to review this product.

First thing first, this is a product meant for beginners, or casual players, and we’ll review it as such. If you’re a very enfranchised player, this product probably isn’t for you. (The only exception would be if you’re trying to teach new players Magic. In that case, the verdict is much different.)

Let’s say you’re a beginner, and you want to start playing Magic. This product gives you five decks, balanced against one another. You’ll be able to try all the five colors of Magic, and decide which one you like most. Furthermore, the decks aren’t too complex, while still being fun to play, so they’re great to start with.

If you’re a casual player, this is also a nice option for you to have. You may have a group of friends who play Magic, but some are more invested, and might have better decks. With this product, everyone will have a deck on approximately the same power level, so you’ll all be able to enjoy some vanilla Magic.

If you want to play Commander, this isn’t the best product to start with. That would be the Starter Commander decks. However, it isn’t the worst, all the decks have a legendary creature or two, and you can eventually transform these decks into Commander decks, if you want to do so.

All things considered, Game Night: Free-for-All looks like a great product for the audiences it’s aimed at – beginners and casual players.

Is Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 Worth It?

However, is the deck worth it based on its price?

We’re happy to say that it is. The price is quite low, as you’re getting five decks. While there aren’t that many valuable cards in there, you still get quite a lot of powerful cards such as Path to Exile, Vilis, Broker of Blood, Lightning Bolt, and more.

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On top of that the five cards, that are available only in this product are all worth something, and pretty cool to have. All in all, if you’re able to get this for $70 or lower, we’d say that’s a pretty good deal.


That’s all about the Game Night: Free-for-All 2022 decks. If you’ll buy this product, we’d recommend you also get some nice sleeves for the decks. They’ll make shuffling much easier, and protect your cards from wear. You can find some of the best MTG sleeves here.

If you’re in a hurry and don’t want to read a full article, our top choice are the Dragon Shield sleeves, which will protect your cards basically forever.

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Until next time, enjoy Magic, and have a lot of fun with your Game Night 2022 decks, if you do decide to get them.

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