The Power and Glory Event on MTG Arena pit 5 brawl decks against each other. Below you can find the decklist for each of them if you want to take them for a spin either in the Brawl event or against friends. We think Reddit user /u/Kn0thingIsTerrible summarized each of them well:
Chandra is probably the weakest of the bunch. Her entire game plan boils down to trying to shock creatures until she can start dropping bigger threats, and it’s just not reliable. If even a single creature gets too big, she’s pretty screwed, and 3/4 of the other decks have growing creatures.
Teferi’s Deck is probably the second weakest overall. Teferi himself is an absolute beast, and if you can resolve him while the opponent has no creatures on the board, you’re probably going to win. However, good luck with that. Odds are, you’re going to spend the first five turns just cantripping and hoping to draw into ways to stall out the opponent. Your win-con here is pretty much stopping the opponent from even playing and then eventually pinging with tiny fliers.
Lilliana is tricky. A lot of the cards here have outright anti-synergies and her +1 is outright painful to use if you’re not drawing into your reanimator cards reliably. However, the deck has a lot of removals and an actual coherent game plan, so it’s more reliable and powerful than it might first seem, especially compared to Teferi’s unfocused jank.
Garruk plays big green monsters. Big green monsters go smash. You know this deck. You’ve seen it plenty of times before. No surprises here.
Basri is probably the most powerful deck if it gets an early start. The only real way to stop it is to never let it build up any sort of board presence, because once it has a few creatures on the board it snowballs out of control, with pumps, +1/+1s, token generation, etc.