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MaRo’s Phyrexia: All Will Be One Teaser Has Arrived

On January 17, the official previews for Phyrexia: All Will Be One will begin, due for release to MTG Arena on February 7! A majority of the cards are already revealed to the public due to the leaks in the Dominaria Remastered packs, which you can check out below if you cannot wait.

As is the ritual before the beginning of the preview season for each set, MTG’s head designer Mark Rosewater (often shortened to MaRo) gives us a bit of a teaser about what we can expect from the set over on his Tumblr, Blogatog. It usually includes abilities, creature types, and other unusual or noteworthy text that will appear on cards from the set, along with some clues about returning characters and more.

This morning, MaRo published the teaser for Phyrexia: All Will Be One if you are still following along without having seen any of the leaks:

Maro’s Phyrexia: All Will Be One Teaser

Before previews for Phyrexia: All Will Be One officially begin, I thought it would be fun to do another of my Duelist-style teasers where I give tiny hints of things to come. Note that I’m only giving you partial information.

First up, here are some things you can expect:

  • an ability word named corrupted
  • an artifact that grants loyalty abilities to planeswalkers you control
  • a new Phyrexian Mite creature token with a keyword ability
  • a four-color legendary creature
  • a new type of counter
  • a reprint with Phyrexian in its name (other than Phyrexian Obliterator)
  • a new keyword with an exclamation point in its name
  • affinity returns on three cards
  • a Phyrexianized Staff of Domination
  • another Sword of ______ & ______

Next, here are some rules text that will be showing up on cards:

  • “If one or more tokens would be created under your control, twice that many of those tokens are created instead.”
  • “Discard your hand, then draw four cards.”
  • “This spell costs 3 more to cast if it targets a creature.”
  • “If target player has fewer than nine poison counters, they get a number of poison counters equal to the difference.”
  • “Players can’t cast noncreature spells from graveyard or exile.”
  • “At the beginning of each player’s upkeep, CARDNAME deals 2 damage to that player unless they control two or more basic lands.”
  • “it has all activated abilities of all land cards in all graveyards.”
  • “Then if a graveyard has twenty or more cards in it, you draw three cards.”
  • “If a creature dying causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time.”
  • “Search your library for a basic, Sphere, or Locus land card, reveal it, put it into your hand, then shuffle.”

Finally, here are some creature type lines in the set:

  • Creature – Phyrexian Jellyfish
  • Creature – Phyrexian Fungus
  • Creature – Phyrexian Dinosaur
  • Creature – Cat Rebel
  • Artifact Creature – Phyrexian Squid
  • Creature – Phyrexian Basilisk
  • Creature – Ogre Rebel
  • Artifact Creature – Phyrexian Masticore
  • Legendary Creature – Phyrexian Rat
  • Legendary Creature – Phyrexian Elephant Wizard

Tune into Phyrexia: All Will Be One’s Debut tomorrow at 9am PT on Magic’s official YouTube and Twitch channels.

MaRo’s teasers are always chock full of information and insight into the set, and it’s definitely worth giving the full list a read.

That’s all we have for you concerning Phyrexia: All Will Be One for now. What are some of the tidbits from Mark Rosewater’s teaser that have you the most excited for Phyrexia: All Will Be One? Got any predictions? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest news and spoilers. We’ll see you on Tuesday!

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