I can't find anything about this on Google, Bing or Stack Exchange. Does Oko, Thief of Crowns come with a planeswalker deck, or separately? By separately, I mean in booster packs and stuff like that.

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It's 'just' a regular Throne of Eldraine card, found in boosters and tournament packs – if you're lucky, of course; those cards are always random.

There is a preconstructed Throne of Eldraine deck with an Oko planeswalker, but it's Oko, the Trickster. You can find those decks e.g. here.

  • Yeah, I have Oko, the Trickster. He's awesome. Definitely worth the 15 bucks I paid for that deck.
    – SkyPaul
    Commented Oct 27, 2019 at 14:16

No, Oko, the Trickster is the version of Oko in the planeswalker deck, not Oko, Thief of Crowns. Planeswalker deck planeswalkers are different from the planeswalkers in their set and are numbered above the number of cards in that set, but still considered part of it for standard/modern legality. The planeswalkers in these decks are generally considered to be overcosted, less powerful and less useful than their set counterparts.

The planeswalker deck planeswalkers to date:

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