All Throne of Eldraine Spoilers for September 13

The weekend is almost here, and the first week of Throne of Eldaine preview season is about to end. With just half the set remaining left to be spoiled, we have already seen some exciting new cards and the mechanics. Today is going to be no different, as we can expect spoilers from a whole bunch of different sources, which you can check out at the Throne of Eldraine Preview Schedule page.

We will be adding spoilers to this post as the day progresses, as well as our Throne of Eldraine card section – we have added a filter called “mechanic” so you can search for cards with Adventure, Food, Adamant, and so on.

View all Throne of Eldraine spoilers here!

Sundering Stroke

Source: Sundering Stroke

The most obvious combination would be with Irecrag Feat, spoiled below. Big Red decks would be interested in this slightly above curve card.

Irencrag Feat

Source: Matt Nass

Cards like this just screams to be broken especially in combo decks, with cards like Dark Ritual and Pyretic Ritual already being proven. In Standard, we can bring out a card like Drakuseth, Maw of Flames or something like Ugin, the Ineffible.

Limited Resources’ Preview

Source: Limited Resources

All these cards have one thing in common – they do not work with Humans! This is clearly a limited consideration so they do not mix with Knights.

Revenge of Ravens

Source: Commander’s Brew

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Decent against cards like Cavalcade of Calamity and Chandra, Acolyte of Flame.

Loch Dragon

Source: Allie Strasza

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This is no Crackling Drake, and is also average enough for limited.

Mirrormade

Source: MTGGoldfish

Another artifact and enchantment card – there’s a lot of cards that copy creatures as well.

Dance of the Manse

Source: Commanderin’

It does appear we are heading in the artefact or enchantment themed deck with this set. Especially with Theros coming up in the next set, cards like this are worth a second look when the time comes.

The Magic Mirror

Source: Brad Nelson

This card can get through your deck pretty quickly once it gets going. Would be a nice combo card, but I’d imagine it would be too slow for Standard competitive play.

Vantress Gargoyle

Source: DailyMTG

If Thing in the Ice is an indicator, this card could be a nice control or tempo card (like Izzet Phoenix). It can mill the opponent itself, which is nice and has the inevitability for only two mana.

Bonecrusher Giant

Source: DailyMTG

This looks like another pushed Mono Red Aggro card to replace Goblin Chainwhirler. The casting cost is less restrictive and quite flexible.

Folio of Fancies

Source: PCGamesN (Network-N)

Folio of Fancies – 1U
Artifact
Players have no maximum hand size.
XX, Tap: Each player draws X cards.
2U, Tap: Each opponent puts a number of cards in their hand from the top of their library into their graveyard.

Needless to say, this card goes well with Narset, Parter of Veils.

Stonecoil Serpent

Source: mtg.anoad.com

Stonecoil Serpent – X
Artifact Creature – Snake – Rare
Reach, trample, protection from multicolored
Stonecoil Serpent enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters on it.
0/0

This is no Walking Ballista or Hangarback Walker, but it is still good enough for Standard especially with all the ramp that we have access to – Nissa, Who Shakes the World, Risen Reef and even Leyline of Abundance. It can also avoid Teferi, Time Raveler which is a huge bonus.

Countryside Villa

Source: Tencent

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Countryside Villa
Land – Plains
Countryside Villa enters the battlefield tapped unless you control three or more other Plains. If Countryside Villa enters the battlefield untapped, put a +1/+1 counter on target creature you control.

This is a cycle of lands that includes the already spoiled Witch’s Cottage. This is a little bit worse than that though, and the chance that it comes into play tapped is probably not worth the +1/+1 counter.

Faeburrow Elder

Source: InMagic Daum Café

Faeburrow Elder – 1GW
Creature – Treefolk Druid
Vigilance
Faeburrow Elder gets +1/+1 for each color among permanents you control.
Tap: For each color among permanents you control, add one mana of that color.

The first card that springs to mind is a five color deck based on Niv-Mizzet Reborn. A nice card for casual play.

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