July Through September FNM Promo Update

Posted in News on May 22, 2017

By Blake Rasmussen

Blake is the content manager for DailyMTG.com, making him the one you should email if you have thoughts on the website, good or less good (or not good). He's a longtime coverage reporter and hasn't turned down a game of Magic in any format ever.

It's that time again: time to update you on what Friday Night Magic promos will be gracing (hopefully) your trade binders in just a few short months. We're smack in the middle of the Kaladesh run of FNM cards, so let's review those first before moving on to the Aether Revolt batch.

So, currently and in the near future, here are the cards you can pick up at Friday Night Magic—the format's best removal spell and its most-played card.



So for what's left of May, you can grab an Unlicensed Disintegration, and for the entire month of June you'll have a chance at snagging that gorgeous Aether Hub. I know I want four.

It's hard to top those, but we're going to try. The next batch of cards are all from Aether Revolt, and they're all strong options.


Improvise players will find this promo intriguing, as Jason Kang updates the card that fuels those fun Paradox Engine decks in Standard.


While it hasn't taken off in Standard, Renegade Rallier actually has a strong spot in the Modern metagame as fetch lands enable the powerful ability basically at will. The updated art from David Palumbo isn't too shabby either.

(Editor's Note: The collector numbers on the cards for August and September do not match the months due to a late scheduling swap. The months listed in this article are correct.)


This is the one everyone will be pushing their way to FNM to snag. Alex Konstad shows us just what happens when a Kaladesh resident meets the wrong end of a hard shove.

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