MTG Fallout Leak - Dogmeat, Ever Loyal Spoiled

Genoslugcs October 20, 2023 2 min
MTG Fallout Leak - Dogmeat, Ever Loyal Spoiled

I've got big news! As of about 30 minutes ago, we've got our first look at cards from the upcoming MTG Fallout set. This collaboration isn't coming out until March 2024, so this is a very early leak. There is only one card, but we see it in three different versions - One of which is really cool. So, without further ado, let's take our first look at MTG Fallout spoilers.

Update: 10/19/23 9:56 PM - Fallout Commander Precons have been revealed. Dogmeat is one of the face commanders.

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Dogmeat, Ever Loyal

Dogmeat (at first just Dog) has arrived! Anyone who played Fallout 4 will undoubtedly remember the loyal K9 companion. It's one of the first friendly faces you encounter in the game. So, it's fitting he's the first card we see. And I must say, seeing him on a Magic card is pretty cool.


He's a three-mana, 3/3 dog in the Naya colors and, of course, is legendary. When he enters the battlefield, you mill five cards, then return an aura or equipment card from your graveyard into your hand. And whenever a creature you control that's enchanted or equipped attacks, you create a junk token. What's a junk token? Well, we know, thanks to one of the other versions.

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Junk tokens are artifacts that you can tap and then sac to exile the top card of your library, which you may play until the end of turn. This can only be activated at sorcery speed. Overall, it's a very cool card. I like that the card you return to your hand doesn't have to be one of the ones you milled from the ETB trigger.

Beyond that, I can't help but notice that this slots very well into Rin and Seri, Inseparableimage. Commander Dog/Cat players rejoice!

Alternate Art Versions

dogmeat mtg card in three different versions

Here, we have three versions of Dogmeat, Ever Loyal. The first (far left) is the regular version with the reminder text I referenced above. Far-right is some alternate version that will likely have a Fallout-related name like "wasteland treatment" or something. The middle is what I'm calling a "PipBoy" treatment and is incredible! It really brings that Fallout feel onto the card.

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There you have it, my friends! A very early MTG Fallout leak and our first look at the set. As a longtime fan of the game series, I'm stoked for this crossover, and the Dogmeat card doesn't disappoint. The whole "first look" article can be found here for further reading. Now, comment and let me know what you think of Dogmeat, Ever Loyal! 


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