Thanks to our friends from Wizards of the Coast for this great preview card! Note how the targeting works so that you actually have to give the Treasure to the other player in order to draw the card.
Hey everyone. You might normally be expecting a quarterly update today (the Monday before the pre-release), but given the proximity of Phyrexia: All Will Be One and the upcoming Aftermath, we figured we’d cool jets until 8 May, the Monday before the release. We’ll have a full quarterly update then. Enjoy yourselves at the Pre-Release. These cards are going to be wild! May all your battles be glorious (and battered down).
Like other DFCs, the color identity of a Battle considers both sides of the card. For example, the CI of Invasion of Theros is white/blue. Also, please remember that for a DFC to qualify as a commander, its front face must be a legendary creature (or have text on its front face otherwise identifying it as a legal commander). There are currently no plans to change this rule. Enjoy the remainder of the #MTGMOM preview season. If you’d like to chat about all the saucy new cards, pop on over to the RC Discord server and join a bunch of friends already doing so!
We understand that the new toxic ability from Phyrexia: All Will Be One has folks asking about raising the number of poison counters in Commander. We’ll keep an eye on how it goes, but don’t see a need to take action before we’ve experienced the cards out in the wild. Back when he was a member of the Commander Advisory Group, Jim did a great video on the topic, which pretty much still encapsulates how we feel.
As always, if you’d like to discuss this (or any other topic), head over to the RC Discord, where there are specific channels to do just that.
Here’s the sweet preview that our friends from Wizards of the Coast sent us:
Thanks to our friends from Wizards of the Coast for these free previews from #CMRLegends.
You can chat about them with the good folks on the Commander RC Discord server, in the #official-previews channel.