Hello, and welcome to our Phyrexia: All Will Be One Draft Tier List. It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these, so let us tell you what you can expect.
This article is meant as a companion to our Phyrexia Draft Guide. In that one we talked in-depth about this format, but in this one we’ll just assign letter grades to each card in the set. This way, you’ll know how we feel about each specific card, and have an easier time deciding which cards to pick. Hopefully, this will help you draft Phyrexia even better.
Phyrexia Draft Tier List – Legend
Before we get to the tier list, let’s quickly check what our grades mean.
- A: The best bombs. These are cards that can win you the game on their own.
- B: Strong cards that can pull you in their colors.
- C: Fine cards that you’ll play if you’re in their colors.
- D: Mediocre cards, which you’ll sometimes play, but hope not to.
- F: Unplayable cards.
It can be hard to bundle all the cards in just five groups, that’s why all grades (except F), can come with a “+” or a “-” symbol. Grade C+ is better than C, which is better than C-.
With that said, let’s get to it!
Phyrexia: All Will Be One Draft Tier List
These are the regular cards that you can open in your draft packs. However, both in paper and in Arena, there’s a small chance of getting one of the four Praetors that technically aren’t in the set. Their grades are:
- Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant: C-
- Sheoldred, the Apocalypse: A+
- Urabrask, Heretic Praetor: A
- Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider: A
As you can see, they are all quite powerful – except the Blue one.
Finally, don’t forget to also read our Phyrexia Draft Guide, if you haven’t done so already. In it, we talk about the best commons, discuss archetypes, and provide additional tips for you to do well in the draft.
If you don’t agree with the rankings, let us know in the comments below, and we can discuss them together. Until next time, have fun, and may your picks always be correct in the Phyrexia drafts.