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Published: August 7, 2021

Jess C.

Magic: The Gathering Casual Commander Sundays

Magic: Casual Commander

Commander, the beloved format adored by millions of Magic: the Gathering fans, is played at Noble Knight Games!


2:00 pm every Sunday

(Formerly 4pm. Change effective as of  October 10, 2021)

Entry & Prizes

Free Entry! This is an utterly casual gathering for MTG Commander.  A table will be set aside for players to gather – just walk up and get in on some casual matches.

Prizes at 3:00 – A special prize will be handed out to 1 or more players on the sign in list (at random) who are on site and playing by 3pm. Number of prizes handed out will scale with the number of players present. More people, more prizes!  Prizes may include (but not limited to) promo packs, booster packs, or store credit.


Stay in Contact

Noble Knight’s Commander community has a Discord channel!  Brand new as of September 2021, you’re welcomed to join this unofficial, casual group to stay in touch with other Commanders, discuss your plays, and more.



What is Commander format? From Wizards of the Coast:

“Commander is an exciting, unique way to play Magic that is all about awesome legendary creatures, big plays, and battling your friends in epic multiplayer games! In Commander, each player chooses a legendary creature as the commander of their deck. They then play with a 99-card deck that contains only cards of their commander’s colors. Also, other than basic lands, each deck can only use one copy of any card. During the game, you can cast your commander multiple times, meaning your favorite Legendary Creature can come back again and again to lead the charge as you battle for victory!

These Commander decks introduce an ability called eminence that lets your commander lead from the command zone, even before they have entered the battlefield. The eminence ability appears on characters from all parts of Magic lore, allowing you to call on the power and skill of some of the best leaders in the Multiverse.”

For more information on how to play Commander, visit the Commander Format Information page

What to bring

A Commander deck (of course) plus life counter, tokens, and play mat. These are not required, but are suggested for ease of play and protection of your cards.  If you need these, our storefront team will be happy to help you pick some out. We have plenty of options!


We hope to see you soon at Casual Commander Sunday!

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