Outlaws Of Thunder Junction Precons – Decklists, Spoilers, & More

We’re still two months away from the Outlaws of Thunder Junction release date, and we’ve just had the commander precons spoiled! Well, sort of. They popped up on Amazon briefly and then were taken down. That said, they were up long enough for us to see boxes that show the names, colors, and themes. Below, I’ll review what we saw and give you everything you need to know about the Outlaws of Thunder Junction precons.

The Outlaws of Thunder Junction release date is April 19th, 2024. The set includes four commander precons. They are:

Deck NameColorsTheme
Desert BloomWhite, Red, Green (Naya)Discard lands. Grow them back.
Quick DrawBlue, Red (Izzet)Sling multiple spells. Unleash big turns.
Most WantedWhite, Black, Red (Mardu)Earn treasures. Buy outlaws.
Grand LarcenyBlue, Black, Green (Sultai)Steal Cards. Generate Mana.

Outlaws Of Thunder Junction Precons

With that basic info above out of the way, let’s jump into each deck in more detail. In addition to covering the information mentioned above more in-depth, I’ll also make some educated guesses about the decks and what cards they may contain. You’ll find TCGPlayer and Amazon preorder links with each deck whenever they resurface online.

Desert Bloom Decklist

desert bloom commander precon

The name “Desert Bloom,” the Naya colors, and the “Discard Lands. Grow Them Back” paint a pretty clear picture. The deck will likely be devoted to playing lands, specifically “deserts” from your graveyard after you’ve discarded them. Things like Hazeon, Shaper of Sand are similar to what I would expect this deck to do. That said, there are multiple directions you can take with the strategy.

felidar retreat
ayulas influence
crucible of worlds

For example, anything with landfall could be outstanding in conjunction with replaying lands from your graveyard. Speaking of replaying the lands, there will undoubtedly be some Crucible of World type effects to fuel the strategy. And, of course, deserts like Desert of the True, Desert of the Fervant, and Hashep Oasis.

Here is what the complete Desert Bloom decklist may look like. Note: This is NOT an official deck list.

Desert Bloom

Artifact (5)
Arcane Signet
Idol of Oblivion
Sol Ring
Swiftfoot Boots
Zuran Orb

Creature (24)
Akki Scrapchomper
Champion of Lambholt
Emeria Angel
Erinis, Gloom Stalker
King Darien XLVIII
Knight of New Alara
Knight of the Reliquary
Loamcrafter Faun
Lovisa Coldeyes
Maja, Bretagard Protector
Mentor of the Meek
Mina and Denn, Wildborn
Kutzil, Malamet Exemplar
Neyali, Suns’ Vanguard
Rampaging Baloths
Ruin Ghost
Rumor Gatherer
Shefet Monitor
Springbloom Druid
Sprouting Goblin
Tireless Provisioner
Titania, Protector of Argoth
Witty Roastmaster
World Shaper

Enchantment (9)
Druid Class
Felidar Retreat
Goblin Trenches
Inspiring Leader
Intangible Virtue
Roar of Resistance
The Mending of Dominaria
Valakut Exploration

Instant (9)
Beast Within
Crop Rotation
Entish Restoration
Generous Gift
Rite of Harmony
Roiling Regrowth
Swords to Plowshares
Unbreakable Formation

Land (37)
Boros Garrison
Cabaretti Courtyard
Command Tower
Cradle of the Accursed
Desert of the Fervent
Desert of the Indomitable
Desert of the True
Dunes of the Dead
Endless Sands
Echoing Deeps
Evolving Wilds
Exotic Orchard
Grasping Dunes
Gruul Turf
Hashep Oasis
Hostile Desert
Jungle Shrine
Myriad Landscape
Painted Bluffs
Ramunap Ruins
Scavenger Grounds
Selesnya Sanctuary
Shefet Dunes
Sunscorched Desert
Survivors’ Encampment
Terramorphic Expanse

Sorcery (15)
Escape to the Wilds
Hew the Entwood
Hour of Promise
Hour of Reckoning
Magmatic Insight
Nahiri’s Lithoforming
Open the Way
Rampant Growth
Shamanic Revelation
Splendid Reclamation
Summer Bloom
Sylvan Scrying
Titania’s Command

Quick Draw Decklist

quick draw commander precon

An Izzet deck that says “sling multiple spells” isn’t too hard to figure out the game plan for. Quick Draw will want to cast multiple instants and sorceries per turn and generate extra value with cards like Storm-Kiln Artist, Guttersnipe, and Talrand, Sky Summoner.

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To help the deck chain spells together and “unleash big turns,” as it says, I expect support cards that reduce the cost of your spells and things that allow you to recast things from your graveyard as well.

baral chief of compliance
lier disciple of the drowned
goblin electromancer

Aside from the cut-and-dry “cast as many spells as you can,” there are a few cool sub-themes the deck could also explore. You’ve got combat-based options with things like Harmonic Prodigy, Balmor, Battlemage Captain, and Haughty Djinn. And you’ve got some lovely burn options with cards like Kessig Flamebreather, Electrostatic Field, and Guttersnipe.

Here is what the complete Quick Draw decklist may look like. Remember that some of these cards would be replaced with cards from the new set. Note: This is NOT an official deck list.

Quick Draw

Artifact (8)
Arcane Signet
Hedron Archive
Izzet Signet
Letter of Acceptance
Mind Stone
Pyromancer’s Goggles
Sol Ring
Talisman of Creativity

Creature (19)
Archmage Emeritus
Balmor, Battlemage Captain
Dualcaster Mage
Electrostatic Field
Electrostatic Infantry
Erebor Flamesmith
Goblin Electromancer
Harmonic Prodigy
Johann, Apprentice Sorcerer
Jori En, Ruin Diver
Kessig Flamebreather
Niv-Mizzet, Parun
Octavia, Living Thesis
Ojer Pakpatiq, Deepest Epoch
Storm-Kiln Artist
Talrand, Sky Summoner
Third Path Iconoclast
Young Pyromancer

Enchantment (4)
Case of the Ransacked Lab
Fiery Inscription
Metallurgic Summonings
Swarm Intelligence

Instant (19)
Chaos Warp
Dig Through Time
Dreadmaw’s Ire
Frantic Search
Frolicking Familiar
Izzet Charm
Lightning Bolt
Seething Song
Thrill of Possibility

Land (33)
Command Tower
Exotic Orchard
Forgotten Cave
11 Island
Izzet Boilerworks
Lonely Sandbar
10 Mountain
Myriad Landscape
Prismari Campus
Reliquary Tower
Scavenger Grounds
Shivan Reef
Temple of Epiphany
Temple of the False God

Planeswalker (1)
Jaya Ballard

Sorcery (15)
Aether Gale
Blasphemous Act
Brass’s Bounty
Crash Through
Epic Experiment
Expressive Iteration
Faithless Looting
Mana Geyser
Mind’s Desire
Muse Vortex
Serum Visions
Treasure Cruise

Most Wanted Decklist

most wanted commander precon

Most Wanted is a Mardu deck that cares about making treasue and “buying outlaws.” What’s interesting is that Olivia Voldaren is pictured on the box, which would indicate a vampire tribal. This is curious, because vampires don’t make treasure. In fact, after a quick search only two vampires (Scion of Opulence and Mari, the Killing Quill) make treasure.

So, what gives? Considering we’re talking about Olivia Voldaren here, I imagine the deck will be turning opposing creatures into vampires and taking them. This would be something we’ve seen Olivia do before. And it would also be on flavor for the “buy outlaws” theme if you work treasures into the mix of “recruting” them to your cause.

If this were the case, the deck could focus mainly on being a treasue deck with cards like Deadly Dispute, Revel in Riches, Big Score, and Smothering Tithe. While playing some Vampire value creatures and support cards. Even though not many Vamps make treaures a few care about you sacrifing artifacts, so I could see an aristocrats strategy where you sacthe stolen creatures as well.

bartolome del presidio
acolyte of aclazotz
glorifier of suffering

Despite the strange theme, I have a few ideas for what a complete Most Wanted decklist may look like. Remember that some of these cards would be replaced with cards from the new set and we don’t yet know the commanders for the Outlaws of Thunder Junction precons yet. Note: This is NOT an official deck list.

Most Wanted

Artifact (15)
Arcane Signet
Clock of Omens
Collector’s Vault
Ichor Wellspring
Idol of Oblivion
Liquimetal Coating
Liquimetal Torque
Mephitic Draught
Mind Stone
Nimblewright Schematic
Oni-Cult Anvil
Prized Statue
Rakdos Signet
Sol Ring
Swiftfoot Boots

Creature (31)
Acolyte of Aclazotz
Bartolomé del Presidio
Disciple of the Vault
Dross Scorpion
Elas il-Kor, Sadistic Pilgrim
Glorifier of Suffering
Ingenious Artillerist
Losheel, Clockwork Scholar
Lotho, Corrupt Shirriff
Mahadi, Emporium Master
Master of Dark Rites
Marionette Master
Mayhem Devil
Mirkwood Bats
Myr Retriever
Nadier’s Nightblade
Ornithopter of Paradise
Reckless Fireweaver
Skullport Merchant
Solemn Simulacrum
Olivia, Mobilized for War
Olivia Voldaren
Legion Lieutenant
Blood Artist
Captivating Vampire
Stromkirk Captain
Yahenni, Undying Partisan
Viscera Seer
Butcher of Malakir
Falkenrath Pit Fighter

Enchantment (5)
Agent of the Iron Throne
Ghirapur Aether Grid
Hidden Stockpile
Impact Tremors
Shiny Impetus

Instant (8)
Big Score
Deadly Dispute
Fanatical Offering
Swords to Plowshares
Unexpected Windfall

Land (33)
Ancient Den
Buried Ruin
Command Tower
Darksteel Citadel
Drossforge Bridge
Evolving Wilds
Exotic Orchard
Goldmire Bridge
Great Furnace
Nomad Outpost
Rustvale Bridge
Terramorphic Expanse
Vault of Whispers

Sorcery (6)
Blasphemous Act
Inspired Tinkering
Monumental Corruption
Reckless Handling
Seize the Spoils
Trash for Treasure

Grand Larceny Decklist

grand larceny commander precon

Grand Larceny has Gonti on the front, which means one thing – Playing all your opponents’ cards before they get the chance to! Most Wanted deck sways creatures to your cause via treasures; this deck will take them straight up. This is something Dimir does exceptionally well, and the addition of green will contribute to that “generate mana” portion also mentioned on the box.

hostage taker
gonti lord of luxury
chaos wand

With Gonti and crew in the Wild West, your opponent’s spell (no matter the type) won’t be safe anywhere. Things like Gonti, Lord of Luxuary and Theif of Sanity can take them from the library, while Geth, Lord of the Vault and Sepulchral Primordial can recyle them from the graveyard.

Access to green gives cards like Explore, Cultivate, Growth Spiral, and Urban Evolution to ramp up the mana but I wouldn’t be surprised to cast a lot of your opponents lands either. And I’d bet my mint Scrubland that we see Villianous Wealth show up here.

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With the basic idea out of the way, let’s look at awhat a complete Grand Larceny decklist may look like. Again, around 10 of these cards would be replaced with cards from the new set including the commander. Note: This is NOT an official deck list.

Grand Larceny

Artifact (13)
Arcane Signet
Chaos Wand
Charcoal Diamond
Commander’s Sphere
Dimir Signet
Everflowing Chalice
Firemind Vessel
Ghoulcaller’s Bell
Sky Diamond
Sol Ring
Wayfarer’s Bauble
Worn Powerstone
Golgari Signet

Creature (18)
Diluvian Primordial
Elder Brain
Evil Twin
Geth, Lord of the Vault
Gonti, Lord of Luxury
Gríma, Saruman’s Footman
Hostage Taker
Intellect Devourer
Lazav, Dimir Mastermind
Master Thief
Sepulchral Primordial
Shield Broker
Thief of Sanity
Thieving Amalgam
Thieving Skydiver
Wizened Snitches
Eternal Witness
Sakura-Tribe Elder

Instant (14)
Doom Blade
Gather Specimens
Hero’s Downfall
Memory Plunder
Siphon Insight
Sultai Charm
Growth Spiral
Tear Asunder
Krosan Grip

Land (36)
Bojuka Bog
Command Tower
Darkwater Catacombs
Dimir Aqueduct
Evolving Wilds
Exotic Orchard
Foul Orchard
Golgari Guildgate
Golgari Rot Farm
Jungle Hollow
Llanowar Wastes
Myriad Landscape
Opulent Palace
Simic Growth Chamber
Simic Guildgate
Sunken Hollow
Terramorphic Expanse
Thespian’s Stage
Thornwood Falls
Woodland Stream
Yavimaya Coast

Sorcery (18)
Blue Sun’s Twilight
Covetous Urge
Extract Brain
Extract from Darkness
Inevitable Betrayal
Lullmage’s Domination
Mass Manipulation
Sakashima’s Will
Stolen Goods
Tempted by the Oriq
Villainous Wealth
Culling Ritual
Urban Evolution
Mnemonic Betrayal

Outlaws of Thunder Junction Commander Spoilers

As of now, we don’t have any Outlaws of Thunder Junction spoilers for the commander decks or the main set. When they do start to come out, you’ll find them here.


There you have it, my friends, eveything we know so far about the Outlaws of Thunder Junction commander precons. Considering the set doesn’t release until April 19th, I was surprised to see the decks pop up on Amazon like they did. Even more surprising was the fact they they quickly took them down.

In any case, I hope you’ve anjoyed today’s article and be sure to check back when the spoilers and official decklists start to roll out. Until next time, get out there and play some Magic.

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Geno Doak

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.