Treasure Singleton – FNM at Home Event Guide and Decklists
Merry Christmas and welcome back to another FNM At Home Event, friends! These are a series of free-to-play events aimed at connecting players to their local gaming stores and communities, which will net you some free rewards. Your participation can earn you up to two Rare Individual Card Rewards (ICR) for each victory, as well as an MTG Arena Promo Pack that contains two random cosmetic items. This week’s format is Treasure Singleton, where you get a Treasure token each turn and can only play one copy of each card in your deck, meaning you can do some really wacky stuff with colours and play some cards you might well never have seen before! Read on for more information, and for a selection of sample decklists.
Connect with your local game store while keeping yourself and others safe by playing Friday Night Magic (FNM) on MTG Arena!
This week: Bring a Standard Singleton deck and get ready for presents: you’ll receive a Treasure token every turn!
- Blood Aspirant
- Cauldron Familiar
- Escape to the Wilds
- Fires of Invention
- Gilded Assault Cart
- Korvold, Fae-Cursed King
- Lucky Clover
- Lutri, the Spellchaser
- Magda, Brazen Outlaw
- Oko, Thief of Crowns
- Omnath, Locus of Creation
- Once Upon a Time
- Shimmer Dragon
- Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath
- Yasharn, Implacable Earth
You can receive a code for an Arena FNM Promo Pack containing two cosmetic items when you share your results with your local game store. Find out how HERE.
*Note: While supplies last. Not all stores are participating.
- Duration: 4th February @ 4:00 PM PT – 6th February @ 4:00 AM PT
- Format: Treasure Singleton
- 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)
- 1 Win: Rare Individual Card Reward (ICR)
- 2 Wins: Rare Individual Card Reward (ICR)
You can also redeem one code for a MTG Arena Promo Pack every week, which will reward you two in-game cosmetic items – includes all 36 (the Ajani sleeve will be temporarily unavailable as it was recently featured as a separate reward). Sleeves featuring the Japanese Planeswalker alternate art, new Guild-themed sleeves, Ikoria card styles, the Tamiyo player avatar, and more. The code is obtained from your local game store’s online community, as outlined in the Wizard’s official article:
HOW TO GET A REWARD CODE FROM YOUR STORE
Some stores have robust online communities, and others will be forming them for the first time. If you’re already part of such a community, great! Check with them and get connected.
If you aren’t part of a local game store’s online community, or if they don’t have one set up, there are a couple ways you can get connected. One is to simply reach out to your store and ask. Another is to head to locator.wizards.com to find your local game store’s website. Many of them have set up online communities through Discord, WhatsApp, and Facebook, so you may have to join or download one of those applications.
Step by step, here’s how it works:
- Play in the event (win or lose as much as you want)
- Take a screenshot of your event page
- Go to locator.wizards.com to find your local game store’s website
- Join their social media channel
- Share your screenshot with a nice message on their channel
- Store will message you a code* through that social media channel
*Note: While supplies last. Not all stores are participating. Limit one code per account. Sharing a screenshot with your local game store does not guarantee you will receive a code.
If you cannot find an appropriate store or just don’t want to bother with the whole process, you can buy the codes directly from trusted MTG Arena code vendors such as Gray Viking Games. For a few dollars, you can instantly obtain the code to the MTG Arena Promo Pack as well as codes from other products such as Prerelease, Planeswalker decks, Secret Lair sleeves, and more. For more information of MTG Arena codes, consult our full guide. Be sure to check them out!
Treasure Singleton Decklists
These decklists will be on the more expensive side, since that’s what makes sense in a format dominated by treasure tokens – it’s better to have costlier cards and to play more colours, since the tokens give you a lot of free fixing. However, these are just a sample – it’s singleton so feel free to run wild and work around your collection, swap some of those mythics out for whatever you have lying around. There’s just as much fun to be had in the brewing as the playing!
The banlist for this event is a bit weird, so do make sure you scroll up and check that out! Sacrifice and artifact synergies that Wizards deemed too powerful have been removed from the pool.