FNM – Brawl [One-On-One]
FNM – Brawl [One-On-One]
October 26 @ 5:31 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 5:31pm on day Fourth of the month, repeating indefinitely
Time: 5:30 pm
Friday Night Magic: Brawl is a new casual format for players of all ages.
- Each player starts with 20 life.
- Each player’s deck is exactly 60 cards. Other than basic lands, no card may appear in a deck more than once.
- Decks should be made from cards that are from currently standard legal sets.
- Decks cannot include the cards listed on the banned list found below. [Note: There are some cards allowed in Brawl that are not allowed in Standard…so be sure to check the list!]
- Before the game begins, each player designates one legendary creature or planeswalker card in their deck as their commander. This card begins the game in the command zone and the other 59 cards are shuffled up.
- The mana symbols that appear on your commander dictate what cards may be in your deck. Mana symbols that don’t appear on your commander can’t be in the deck. Exception: You can now use multiple copies of any one basic land in decks with a colorless commander (such as Karn, Scion of Urza)
- As long as your commander is in the command zone, you may cast it from there. Doing so costs an additional two mana for each additional time you have cast the card this way this game.
- If your commander is countered or leaves the battlefield, you may put it back into the command zone instead of putting it anywhere else it would go.
- The Brawl variant has no other rules for playing, winning, or losing the game. Have fun!
Current Brawl Banned List
[Note: The following list makes up the entirety of the Brawl banned list. There are some cards currently banned in Standard, such as Aetherworks Marvel, that are allowed in Brawl]
- Baral, Chief of Compliance
- Sorcerous Spyglass
- Smuggler’s Copter
- That is it! Any other card from any standard legal set is open for use in Brawl!
Credit Prizing Structure:
Players earn $4.00 in store tournament credit per match win.
Players who go undefeated in the event earn an additional $4.00 for achieving this feat!
Byes in the tournament count as wins and will be prized accordingly.
Players will be awarded $2.00 in store credit per tie.
Store tournament credit can be used towards any item in the store (not just Magic related items). Players can save up their credit from multiple events and put the value towards larger ticket items. The only thing tournament credit cannot be used for is entry in events such as FNM, Prereleases, other gaming tournaments, etc…