Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast (WotC), take a look at the first planeswalker previewed from Commander Legends — Tevesh Szat, Doom of Fools!
According to Magic Head Designer, Mark Rosewater, Tevesh Szat is “one of Magic’s earliest villains” and is part of a cycle of “monocolor legendary cards with partner” in Commander Legends.
Coming in at five mana, Tevesh Szat has two plus abilities, the first of which creates two 0/1 black Thrull creature tokens, while the second allows the controller to sacrifice another creature or planeswalker in order to draw two cards. You even get to draw a third card if the permanent you chose to sacrifice was a commander.
While these two abilities are both strong and even enable one another, it’s Tevesh Szat’s ultimate ability that steals the show.
Ever wanted to win the game by stealing each other player’s commander? For the low price of selecting Tevesh Szat as one of your commander partners, now you can! This ability is obviously very powerful, if not game ending, and is one of the coolest planeswalker ultimate’s we’ve ever seen!
Previewed alongside Tevesh Szat, Doom of Fools, is his accompanying modal “Will” card — part of a cycle that “allows you to do both modes if you control the proper commander.”
And finally, an old favorite returns in Commander Legends, sporting a new, borderless showcase frame — Vampiric Tutor!
Vampiric Tutor has a rich history, dating all the way back to its first printing in Visions in February of 1997, and has been reprinted numerous times (Sixth Edition, Judge Promo, Eternal Masters, Vintage Masters), with the next coming in Commander Legends.
Read the original article from Wizards to the Coast.