The red representative of this cycle of cards, Deflecting Swat is a potent instant that allows its caster to change the target of target spell or ability. Whether you’ve recently picked up Breya, Etherium Shaper from Double Masters, or you’re putting together a Voltron list for Akiri, Fearless Voyager with a bunch of equipment and mana rocks, it’s going to be a great way to dig deeper into your deck. © 2020 Wizards. These decks were a lot of fun, and they brought some popular commanders to the table like Chainer, Nightmare Adept, Anje Falkenrath, K’rrik, Son of Yawgmoth and Ghired, Conclave Exile. Sorcery Official blog for Card Kingdom, delivering Magic: The Gathering cards and supplies from Seattle to the world since 1999. Each of the decks of Commander 2020 come with an instant that may be cast for free as long as its controller's commander is in play. Some things never change, and both splashy green mythics and solid white mythics seem to be on that list. As Commander players, this is the moment we’ve been waiting for: it’s time to buy some new singles! In short, this means that foils of the more popular cards are likely to rise over time as copies dry up. Top Ten Cards from Commander 2020. If you’ve never played an Ophiomancer with Divine Visitation out, you haven’t lived. Everyone loves an “extra turn” spell, and when you can cast it for three mana, an extra turn might be all you need. 5 Fun Partner Combinations in Commander Legends, 5 New Historic Decks with Kaladesh Remastered, Commander Legends Upgrade Guide: Reap the Tides, Treasure Hunter: 10 Underplayed Commander Cards Under $5, Commander Legends Upgrade Guide: Arm for Battle, The Secret to a Satisfying Commander Deck, A New Adventure, A New Expedition - Zendikar Rising. For the cost of one mana, Nesting Grounds can be tapped to move a counter of any type from one permanent to another. As ever, green continues to get some of the most efficient and universally strong effects in Commander, and these cards are no different. Furthermore, as long as an opponent controls more lands than Verge Ranger's owner, that player may play lands from the top of their library, allowing more consistent land access for white. The last of the rotating sets, Core 2020 isn’t shy of great Commander cards, either. 1 Dismantling Wave Teysa’s split card, Revival // Revenge, is also the place to be when it comes to this cycle. Costing three and four mana respectively, Call the Coppercoats creates and amount of 1/1 tokens equal to the amount of creatures under an opponents control, while Curious Herd creates a number of 3/3 tokens equal to the number of artifacts under an opponents control. Whether you’re running it in a deck with blink effects or one that cares about stealing and cloning, it’s a worthwhile investment. At the peak of their play in Standard, circulation comes to a high — which does help to sate demand — but thanks to the explosion in Commander’s popularity, the demand for shocklands is unlikely to go down. Enchantment Chromatic Lantern is a great way to fix mana, and it should be high on your priority list if you don’t have access to an expensive mana base. Staff Writer, Paul DiSalvo is a writer, comic creator, animation lover, and game design enthusiast currently residing in Boston, Massachusetts. C20 has given us some exciting legends and new cards as well as a few much-needed reprints (I would take more) but I suppose beggars can't be choosers. Core Set 2020 feels like yesterday, but it’s already time to bid it adieu. Here, for you, I've broken down 30 of the new cards … Cheap finishers are always good, and a budget Craterhoof Behemoth is a boon for many green creature decks.