The commander precons are meant to be easy on-ramps to the Commander format and they release along with each new set. The return to Magic: The Gathering’s very first set brought with it some powerful preconstructed decks. So, today we’ll break down everything you need to know on the topic
Dominaria United will feature two brand new 100-card, ready-to-play commander decks. The first is named “Painbow” and the second is “Legends’ Legacy.”
Even without the decklists, there is still important information to break down. So, let’s look at what each one contains, and answer a few frequently asked questions.
However, if you’re at all familiar with collector boosters, you know that they contain all the rarest, most collectible versions of cards from a given set. So, even with only two cards, you stand to get some awesome pulls.
Each sample booster contains the following:
1 rare or mythic with special treatment (foil or non-foil)
1 common or uncommon (foil)
What Are Display Commanders?
In addition to the regular foil version of your primary commander you also get a foil-etched “display version”. These display versions are slightly thicker than a regular card and are touse in your command zone. What’s cool about the difference in thickness is that it means your commander won’t get shuffled away into your deck.
You’d have to play the regular version of the card if you wanted to put it in the 99 and use a secondary commander. Also, be sure not to play both versions of the card at the same time.
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Each deckwill contain 10 brand new cards, exclusive to that precon. This gives us a grand total of 20 new commander cards between the two decks.
The plane of Dominaria is one of infamy. It’s also a plane that historically produces very power cards, legendary spells, ad lots of historic spell support. All of which is very good news for commander players. Thanks for stopping by for a look at the Precons for Dominaria United with me. Now get out there and play some MTG.
I started playing Magic in 2015. I love all formats but I particularly love to play and build decks in modern. Pretty much every part of my life has been influenced by Magic in some way or another. It is something I am very passionate about. RIP Simian Spirit Guide.