Science! Fallout Commander Precon Upgrade Guide Dr. Madison Li

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Welcome, fellow Vault Dwellers and intrepid wasteland explorers, to the next chapter in our ongoing precon upgrade series. As the radioactive haze clears following the release of the Fallout commander precon decks, it’s time to delve into the strategic depths of each deck and propose enhancements.

Today, our focus turns to the “Science!” commander deck, under the leadership of none other than Dr. Madison Li. But fret not, fellow wastelanders, for we bring forth a solution to amplify your deck’s prowess without emptying your Nuka-Cola caps. Our meticulously crafted 10-card upgrade packs, tailor-made for the Fallout precons, offer a blend of elusive and invaluable cards, all honed through our expertise in MTG proxy. Get ready to elevate your strategy and conquer the battlefield without straining your resources. It’s time to upgrade your deck and ascend as the undisputed ruler of the post-apocalyptic frontier.

Science! Fallout Commander Precon Upgrade Guide Dr. Madison Li

Aetherworks Marvel: There is a limited number of energy payoffs in Magic’s history, however, Aetherworks Marvel is a fantastic one. Being an artifact that cares about energy makes it a perfect fit in this deck.

Portal to Phyrexia: Being able to stick a Portal to Phyrexia and then keeping it around for an upkeep or two could be a game-ender. Even if your opponents do manage to remove it, Dr. Madison Li’s last ability can easily let you play it again (and again).

Unwinding Clock: With SO many artifacts and other cards in this deck with tap abilities (including your commander), Unwinding Clock is right at home.

Fabricate: Sorcery speed is a bit of a bummer on this card, however, the upside is just too good to pass up in a deck so stuffed with fun and powerful artifacts.

Gonti’s Aether Heart: I REALLY like Gonti’s Aether Heart in this deck. Not only does it provide us with a way to take an extra turn, it also provides us with a really simple way to build up our energy reserves just by playing one of our MANY artifact spells.

Jhoira, Weatherlight Captain: Jhoira provides us with SO MUCH card advantage in this deck. As long as you have Jhoira in play, most of our deck will replace itself on cast.

Vedalken Archmage: Vedalken Archmage is essentially a mini version of Jhoira. While the archmage won’t trigger on legendary or saga spells, the majority of our deck is artifacts that will help net us an additional card.

Chimil, the Inner Sun: I’ve yet to play this card in a game, but I can’t wait to play it. I also love that this is an end-step trigger which gives us a much greater chance of getting instant impact than if we had to wait an entire turn cycle for our upkeep.

Inventor’s Fair: I’m a fan of powerful, on-theme utility lands that don’t come into play tapped. While Inventor’s Fair won’t help fix your colors, it will provide a nice late-game mana sink to go grab teh best artifact from the situation. My favorite part about this “tutor” is that you can activate this at sorcery speed and catch your opponents by surprise.


In order to make room for these upgrades, we will need to identify cards that don’t quite fit our deck’s strategy or simply don’t make the cut after upping the deck’s power level. Here are the cuts that we’d recomend considering when upgrading your Science! commander precon deck:

  • Nick Valentine, Private Eye
  • Shaun, Father of Synths
  • C.A.M.P
  • Ash Barrens
  • Overencumbered
  • Nerd Rage
  • Expert Level Safe
  • Curie, Emergent Intelligence
  • James. Wandering Dad

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