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Rise of the Eldrazi Spoiler 3-10

Good Day folks,

We have some very nice treats for you today - yep - more Rise of the Eldrazi spoilers. This time however, we have official arts sent to us from Wizards, but before we get to them, a brief word about Rise of the Eldrazi in organised Tournament Play.

This new and deadlier world comes with a set of mechanics that are separate and distinct from Zendikar and Worldwake, its predecessors in the Zendikar block. It is a large set and its unique mechanics mean limited play (drafting and sealed play) are played with Rise of the Eldrazi product. However, since it is part of the Zendikar block it will rotate out of Standard with Zendikar and Worldwake.

Soo - this set is starting to look most very impressive - ensure you make tracks to your local gamery shoppe or fav on-line retailer (such as MTG Mint Card, or other) and get your pre-orders in or else it may be sad panda time for the tardy.


Some Rise of the Eldrazi Flavour to whet your appetite . . .

For thousands of years, Zendikar has had a reputation as a deathtrap. It’s been a world of deadly perils to Planeswalkers and native explorers, punishing any who seek to loot its hidden treasures and exploit its potent mana.

But unknown to the plane’s denizens, there’s a sinister reason for Zendikar’s danger: for millennia, the plane has served as a prison for the Eldrazi, astral monstrosities native to the Blind Eternities. Now, the perils facing adventurers on the plane of Zendikar have taken an even deadlier turn. The Eldrazi have been released.

Hailing from the Blind Eternities, the space between planes, the Eldrazi have transcended the colors of mana as we know them. As a result, the Eldrazi progenitors themselves and those closest to them are colorless. But don’t let the mana cost fool you—these Eldrazi are not artifacts.

Each of the colossal Eldrazi spawns its own “brood lineage.” The three brood lineages are composed of Eldrazi Drones and other subordinate beings, each reflecting the image of its progenitor. The smaller Eldrazi Drones that are aligned with colored mana and many of these drones, as well as some spells, produce Eldrazi Spawn creature tokens. These 0/1 colorless creatures can be sacrificed to add one colorless mana to your mana pool—perfect for casting those enormous Eldrazi.

The Rise of the Eldrazi set also marks the debut of colorless instants and sorceries. Like their Eldrazi creators, these versatile spells can be put into almost any deck.
Be sure to tune in on Monday, 15th March
for SIX Rise of the Eldrazi card Spoilers !



michaelfwells said...

do you know where high-res versions of these could be?

Anonymous said...

micheal they wont have any yet youll have to wait till they put them up on also i am really hoping that we see a dual planeswalker of nissa and sorin and that it and all eldrazi myths are sent in the 6 spoilers

Unknown said...

Hm, not sure I have seen the little goblin in the lower right before. Care to help me remember it with a bigger pic or link? =)