Theros Beyond Death Spoilers - A Quick Guide
It's time to study Theros, the Greek realm of heroes, monsters, and gods. With Theros Beyond Death Spoilers, the latest edition of Magic takes us to the Underworld.
Here, we'll examine Theros Beyond Death's trailer, greatest spoilers, and gameplay mechanics. With the new set, we'll wind up with all of the new goods coming out in January 2022.
Death and ruin flooded the mortal world prior to the ascension of the gods of Theros when the titan's basic appetites swept the mortal realm. His life of dedication allowed him to ascend to godhood and expose to the gods the unsightly fact that they may be replaced.
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Klothys is the new red-and-green God from the company. Given that Elspeth murdered Xenagos with a massive spear to the chest the last time we were on Theros, he's assuming Xenagos' place in the pantheon. Klothys, like other Theros gods, is indestructible and only comes to life when his dedication criterion is satisfied. His static ability is intriguing, as it combines graveyard rage, a ramp, and the potential for extra harm if the game continues long. In Standard, he should be a good fit in a red/green stompy monster deck. Damage or ramp on each turn, along with a difficult-to-deal-with chance, is a powerful combination, so expect to see him in Standard and, maybe, Pioneer.
In Theros Beyond Death, Gallia of the Endless Dance looks to be an amazing violent monster. It has haste, charges two mana, and has an advantage when attacking with many creatures. This common rummaging effect works well with Klothys. For his effect, it fills your grave with playing cards as well as two devotions. This card has a unique feature in that it is also a Satyr tribal card. In Standard, might the Satyrs be a professional tribe? We'll have to wait and see, but Gallia of the Endless Dance seems to be a promising beginning. Expect to see this card in a Gruul aggressive deck at the very least.
To say the least, the attraction of the unknown is strange. It allows you to draw five cards while also giving your opponent a free first-class card from your top six. This may be an excellent method to replenish your hand in a Rakdos aggressive deck in Standard. In this situation, the card gain you acquire will much surpass the one card you offer them. However, Commander is where this card should really thrive. You may team up with an opponent to dig for a response or create a friend by casting a powerful spell on them. There's a lot of political potential here, so if you have a red/black EDH deck, I highly recommend giving it a go.
Tymaret Calls the Dead is a dark storey in which zombie tribes pretend to be helped. You mill three in the first two chapters, then exile a card from the grave to create a 2/2 zombie in the third. For every zombie you have, you may harvest one lifestyle and scry one in the last chapter. With Gray Merchant of Asphodel being reissued in conjunction with this story, zombie tribal may be a viable option. Liliana, the Dreadhorde General, for example, appears on playing cards from the War of the Spark and Ravnica block sets. At the very least, it's a fantastic token generator that also fills your graveyard. It reminds me a little of the History of Benalia, which generated two tokens for three mana and then offered a reward for owning these tokens. Expect to see this card in standard play, with some movement in earlier formats.
The Binding of the Titans, our first (officially spoiled) tale, spends a lot of time at the cemetery. The first chapter mills cards, the second exiles them from the grave, and the third brings one back into your hand. If you're a fan of graveyard decks, this can look like a great deal. If not, it seems to be a little sluggish and unimpressive. You may be able to find a home in the cat oven decks, but you shouldn't expect to see this card in action very often.
Gray is back, and he's a badass! In Theros Beyond Death, the (in)famous black zombie that drains devotion gets a reprint. On the other hand, Gray Merchant of Asphodel is going to be a unique character this time. This card has been deemed playable in a number of different formats, including Standard, Pioneer, Modern, and Commander. Expect Gray Merchant of Asphodel to enter Standard as soon as feasible as long as there are enough playing cards that provide dark devotion.
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With certain cards already being banned and others being primarily in play, one must wonder what this set's "power level" will be. Theros: Beyond Death, on the other hand, seems to be another excellent set based on some of the cards that have already been released.