Get ready and don’t miss out on the chance to witness the thrilling action that awaits you at Outlaws of Thunder Junction.

Today signals the start of the Outlaws of Thunder Junction preview phase, with Wizards of the Coast revealing a wealth of cards during their WeeklyMTG stream to spark anticipation! If you didn’t catch the stream, don’t worry! Below, you’ll find an extensive overview of all the cards revealed from Outlaws of Thunder Junction by Wizards today. Let’s kick things off by delving into the previews from the Outlaws of Thunder Junction base set. These are the cards you’ll encounter most frequently when opening Play and Collector Boosters, beginning with the release’s Planeswalker, Jace Reawakened.

Jace Reawakened

It’s noteworthy that Wizards typically only includes one Planeswalker per Standard release, owing to the Omenpaths and characters losing their spark. However, in Outlaws of Thunder Junction, there are two Planeswalkers! Jace Reawakened pays homage to Serra Avenger, a card with the unique characteristic of being uncastable during the first few turns. Yet, the effects Jace offers are quite intriguing. From straightforward rummaging to transforming a nonland card into a Plot (which is exiled and can be recast as a sorcery) to copying spells, this Jace offers versatility for the modest cost of two Blue mana.

Annie Flash, the Veteran

Next on the list is Annie Flash, the Veteran, emerges in Outlaws of Thunder Junction as a member of Oko’s crew. Annie’s focus lies in returning permanent cards with a mana value of three or less to the battlefield. Moreover, you can achieve a pseudo-card advantage by attacking with Annie, as it involves exiling cards from the top of your library.

Gisa, the Hellraiser

For those following the captivating tale of Outlaws of Thunder Junction, Gisa (of Innistrad) makes a triumphant return, eager to animate some cowboy corpses! Gisa, the Hellraiser, provides a significant boost to skeletons and zombies under your command, while also serving as a remarkable reward for engaging in criminal activities. When you commit a crime, you generate a tapped 2/2 Zombie. Regrettably, you can only activate this effect once per turn, but Gisa is poised to become the Limited powerhouse of Thunder Junction.

Yuma, Proud Protector – Borderless

Yuma, Proud Protector, spearheads the Desert Bloom Commander Precon, heralding the return of cards bearing the Desert subtype. Essentially, Yuma functions akin to Titania, Protector of Argoth, but tailored for Desert cards. Whenever a Desert card enters the graveyard from any location, you create a Plant token. Consequently, you’ll seek effects that facilitate drawing into Desert cards and discarding them, enabling you to amass a formidable army of Plants! Furthermore, Yuma’s mana cost is discounted based on the number of Desert cards in the graveyard, presenting a potent strategy for circumventing Commander tax in the singleton format.

Stella Lee, Wild Card – Borderless

Stella Lee, Wild Card, captains the Izzet-colored Quick Draw Commander Precon, emphasizing the swift casting of spells and doing so before opponents can respond. Stella Lee prioritizes the concept of “whenever you cast your second spell each turn,” allowing you to exile and cast cards or duplicate an instant or sorcery spell you control. However, activating this effect requires casting numerous spells, which should prove effortless in an Izzet deck.

Gonti, Canny Acquisitor – Borderless

Lastly, Gonti, Canny Inquisitor, heads the Grand Larceny Commander Precon, focusing solely on pilfering cards from opponents. This expertise has been Gonti’s forte since the days of Kaladesh, but now, the Aetherborn Rogue has expanded into Green and Blue, facilitating a robust Sultai strategy. In this configuration, prioritizing aggression and evasion is crucial, aiming to confiscate all cards from adversaries. Gonti’s inclusion of a passive effect to reduce these costs by one generic mana adds further appeal, suggesting this Commander Precon will likely be among the most sought-after upon its April 19 release.

The previews for Outlaws of Thunder Junction will continue until April 5th. If you’re looking to stay informed about the Wild West Standard release, we have a convenient guide that is consistently updated with all the essential details about the set. Don’t forget, ChannelFireball will reveal an exclusive Outlaws of Thunder Junction preview card on 03/27, and TCGplayer will do the same on 03/28! Yee-haw!

Happy gaming!

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