Hello there, loyal readers and fans of Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast's premier trading card game! We had quite a few different preview cards crop up throughout the span of the day and we would like to discuss a few of them with you now.
First off, we have a card that, while its English name has yet to be revealed to the public, we will call "Garruk, Unleashed," due to that being a direct translation from the preview card, which we found in Spanish.
Garruk Unleashed has the following loyalty abilities (the rest of the card is relatively-easy to understand even as a non-Spanish speaker):
+1: Up to one target creature gets +3/+3 and gains trample until end of turn.
-2: Create a 3/3 green Beast creature token. Then, if an opponent controls more creatures than you, put a loyalty counter on Garruk, Unleashed.
-7: You get an emblem with "At the beginning of your end step, you can search your library for a creature card and put it on the battlefield, then shuffle your library."
The card seems pretty straightforward, if somewhat run-of-the-mill as far as green-aligned Planeswalker cards go, but with that in mind, green Planeswalker design space is fairly slim in Magic: The Gathering to begin with.
Next in our round-up, we have a new card for red in Conspicuous Snoop. This Goblin creature card acts as a pseudo-Future Sight but only specifically for Goblin spells. Don't be fooled by the humor in the card, though: many Magic: The Gathering combo players are already trying hard to find a way to break this card in half.
Finally on our list of cards today we have a real scorcher of a Mythic Rare. Fiery Emancipation is a game-ending card if ever we have seen one. Wizards of the Coast's new obsession seems to be tripling things, as they certainly seem to have enough doubling cards for a whole set. Nyxbloom Ancient is a brutally-strong card that makes triple mana, and this one will certainly do its part in damaging opponents and their permanents for triple the effectiveness, come Core 2021's release.
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