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==Starting Deck==
==Starting Deck==
{{Deck List
{{Deck List
| Golden Egg
| Fierce Witchstalker
| Gingerbrute
| Gingerbread Cabin
| Bounding Krasis
| Yavimaya Coast
| Disperse
| Aerial Volley
| Llanowar Empath
| Once Upon A Time

Revision as of 16:19, 11 February 2020

Oko, Thief of Crowns
Full Name Oko, Thief of Crowns
Affinities BlueGreen
Origin set Throne of Eldraine Throne of Eldraine
Cost 650 Mana Crystals
Stats (max level)
Health 111
Deck limits Creatures 7  ·  Spells 6  ·  Supports 6
Mana bonuses Icon W.png -2 · Icon U.png+4 · Icon B.png +2 · Icon R.png +1 · Icon G.png+3
Leveling cost 160,720 Mana Runes
Planeswalkers   (Infobox · Data)


Oko, Thief of Crowns is a blue and green fey Planeswalker, released in November 2019 along with the Throne of Eldraine card set.

He has average health, average mana gains with an uneven spread across all colours, and average deck limits.


Oko, Thief of Crowns - level 60
Mana bonus Deck limits Health Leveling cost
White -2 Blue +4 Black +2 Red +1 Green +3 Loyalty 0 Creatures  7 Spells  6 Supports  6 111 160,720 Mana Runes


Starting Deck

Card name Type Cost Color Rarity Set 
Golden Egg Supports (1) 6 Colorless Uncommon Throne of Eldraine ELD 
Fierce Witchstalker Creatures (4/4) 11 Green Common Throne of Eldraine ELD 
Gingerbrute Creatures (1/1) 5 Colorless Common Throne of Eldraine ELD 
Gingerbread Cabin Supports (2) 10 Colorless Common Throne of Eldraine ELD 
Bounding Krasis Creatures (4/4) 11 BlueGreen Uncommon Origins ORI 
Yavimaya Coast Supports (2) 8 Colorless Common Origins ORI 
Disperse Spells 4 Blue Common Origins ORI 
Aerial Volley Spells 1 Green Common Origins ORI 
Llanowar Empath Creatures (2/2) 7 Green Common Origins ORI
Once Upon A Time Missing card data


Oko is from a plane ruled by Fey who believe in a unified society, where the ruling class has decided that for the betterment of all, the natural mischievousness of the Fey has to be suppressed. To them, they had created a perfect society—but for Oko, who was born with incredibly powerful shapeshifting abilities, this culture went against everything he was and contradicted his deepest, truest self.