This week’s Midweek Magic is called One For All! This is a special event where the format is Singleton, but the catch is you can use any card on Arena, nothing is banned! If you really want to flex your brewing muscles, I can’t think of a better event to do it in than this!
Players can enter the event for free, win some free Rare Individual Card Rewards (ICRs) and a random cosmetic item on the third win. Below is everything you need to know about the event as well as the list of decks you can use for this event.
Welcome to Midweek Magic! Each week, try out a different way to play MTG Arena!
This week’s event is One For All: Choose your deck from out of every card on Arena. Nothing is banned, but you can use only one copy of each! What’s in your toolbox?
Find out more details about this and upcoming Midweek Magic events HERE.
- Duration: December 28, 2021 @ 8:00 AM PST to December 30, 2021 @ 8:00 AM PST
- Format: One For All
- Entry Fee: Free
- Ends After: You can play as much as you like for the duration of the event.
- Match Structure: Best-of-one matches (BO1)
Please note, starting with Innistrad: Crimson Vow, the Midweek Magic promotion given out by your local game store has now phased out, and now replaced with an additional reward on the third win.
|1 Win||Rare Individual Card Reward (ICR)|
|2 Wins||Rare Individual Card Reward (ICR)|
|3 Wins||One Random Cosmetic Item|
One For All Decklists (December 2021)
Check out all 12 of our One for All decks, find what you like, and grab those wins you need! You can find the complete list at the end, including more from the community.
For those looking to compete on a budget, Monowhite Aggro is going to be the best deck you can make that only needs Commons and Uncommons to function! I did leave in the 1 Faceless Haven, but feel free to remove it if necessary!
There’s bound to be a lot of clunky decks competing so if you want to punish them, hard to go wrong with trusty Monowhite! It’s been my personal weapon of choice when I’m trying to get the event done quickly!
If you like being both low to the ground and grindy, Monoblack Lurrus can overwhelm the opponent with the sheer amount of spells you’ll be casting!
A different flavor of aggro, many of us love Monored so if you want to watch the world burn, it’s hard to do better than this list.
Magic is a fun game, but some of us want to be the only ones playing it! With a suite of ramp creatures and every conceivable land destruction card, you can quickly destroy all of your opponent’s resources and ride to victory from there!
I love playing Sultai Ultimatum in Singleton as you get to pick a lot of sweet targets for it! If you like a hybrid midrange/combo deck, this is your best choice!
Similar to Sultai Ultimatum, Simic Scapeshift also looks to play a reasonably fair game that can also win out of nowhere with Scapeshift into a big Field of the Dead turn or milling the opponent out with a Crab or two!
What place could be better to start in Singleton than a deck that was already almost Singleton? Dimir Pact was a dominant force in Historic for the short time it was legal, so if you missed that train, you get to experience it here!
Some people like taking all of the turns and I won’t judge them (much). If you miss playing with all your Time Walk effects, this is the chance to relive those days!
A more off the wall option for the event. Companions add a layer of consistency to Singleton that you can’t get otherwise so if you like playing the slot machine a bit, Gyruda seems like a very fun choice.
The final deck of the list for the Control lovers out there. There are so many sweet cards that Control could play in Historic, but can’t as they’re either not good enough or not legal. However, that’s not a problem in One for All so you can play the coolest cards the format has to offer!