MTG Fallout Basic Lands

Basic lands are a great way to really personalize your deck. So, if you’re a Fallout fan, you probably want to get your hands on some amazing Fallout basic lands. In this article, you’ll be able to find all ten of them, and learn which product contain them. Let’s get right to it!

Fallout Basic Lands: Vault Dweller Cycle

There are two cycles of basic lands in Fallout. The first one is called the “Vault Dweller” cycle. The lands in these cycle depict a whole story, if you align them in the correct order (WUBRG). First our hero stares into the barren wasteland, then picks up a loyal companion, and togehter they continue their journey.

These five basics were all illustrated by Samuele Bandini.

Plains Fallout Basic Lands
Island MTG Fallout Basic Lands
Swamp MTG Fallout Basic Lands
Mountain Fallout Basic Lands
Forest Fallout Basic Lands List

Fallout Basic Lands: Isometric Cycle

If you’re a Fallout 76 enjoyer, the following lands might suit you even better. They feature the isometric style, which the early games are well known for. Contrary to the previous cycle, there wasn’t just one artist for all five lands. Pablo Mendoza and Nikola Matkovic did two each, while Constantin Marin illustrated Plains.

Plains MTG Fallout Basic Lands
Island Fallout Basic Lands
Swamp Fallout Basic Lands Guide
Mountain MTG Fallout Basic Lands Guide
Forest Full Art MTG Fallout Basic Lands

Where to Get Fallout Basic Lands?

The most common way to get these basics is from Fallout Commander decks. In the following table, you’ll find how many and which ones can you expect per deck.

Deck nameLands
Scrappy Survivors Fallout Commander Precons IconScrappy Survivors
  • 4 Plains
  • 4 Mountain
  • 4 Forest
  • Science! Fallout Commander Decks IconScience!
  • Plains
  • Island
  • Mountain
  • Hail, Caesar Fallout Commander Precons IconHail, Caesar
  • Plains
  • Swamp
  • Mountain
  • Mutant Menace Fallout Commander Decks IconMutant Menace
  • Island
  • Swamp
  • Forest
  • Besides, there’s also one foil land included in each Fallout Collector booster. Of course, you could also buy them on the secondary market.


    That’s all about the Fallout basic lands. Which cycle is your favorite one? Let us know in the comments below. One last great thing about these is that while Fallout cards are legal in only certain formats, you can play these basics everywhere. You can, for example, use the min your Pioneer deck if you wish to do so.

    Until next time, have fun, and enjoy your cool new basics!

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