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Aether Revolt Magic: The Gathering Spoilers, Singles & Boosters – Set 2 of 2 in the Kaladesh Block
In the follow-up to Kaladesh, “It’s Time to Take the Power Back” with Aether Revolt. Ingenuity will only get you so far when the revolt comes. Releasing January 20, 2017.
Magic spoiler season normally takes place 3 weeks before the set prerelease, for the duration of 2 weeks. So in the case of Aether Revolt:
Aether Revolt Prerelease date: January 14–15, 2017
Aether Revolt Spoiler season will start: Due to the holiday seasons, Aether Revolt spoiler season started on 4th December, it will most likely finish on 9th December, then officially start up again around January 2nd, with the occastional card previewed during Christmas.
Aether Revolt Spoiler season will end: Around January 12th(?)
Wizards will often release preview cards here and there before the official spoiler season.
[+2] Reveal the top 3 cards from your library, put all nonland permanents in your hand and the rest on the bottom of your library in any order.
[-2] Exile target creature, its controller gains life equal its power.
[-9] Put five +1+1 counters on each creature you control and fiveloyalty counters on each other planeswalker you control.
A sneak peek at the Aether Revolt store banners and posters!
zanmor asked: So the story today spurred the custom card community to start speculating about what Yahenni’s card might be (if they get one in Aether Revolt). The first four posts in the tag were Yahenni cards and I’m not sure I’ve seen that with any character before. I think it’s safe to say they really struck a chord.
Leaked Aether Revolt Game Day Promos and Playmat. What do you think guys, fake or real? And what does this tell us about Aether Revolt if its real? What can you see?
Hi guys, we’ve just a received some news regarding the changes in the UK RRP of certain MTG products from members of the MTG community and suppliers.
As of Aether Revolt onwards, the RRP of the following product range will be change to:
BOOSTER PACK RRP £3.99
PLANESWALKER DECKS RRP £13.99
BUNDLES RRP £39.99
Please note that these rates are set by one of the UK distributors, the largest one, retailers may be able to find better rates elsewhere.
Please also note that Wizards of the Coast do not set prices.
This will most likely affect the preorder and prerelease prices for Aether Revolt, so please have a chat with your LGS if you are unsure.
Mark Rosewater confirms that there will be no legendary U/R artificer in Aether Revolt
“somnomancer asked: Mark, I remember when SOI came out and people complained that Arlinn ate up the Werewolf legend space, but then Ulrich was in EMN. Now people are complaining about Saheeli eating up the Artifact-matters legend. …can I get a smile from you?
Kaladesh block does not have a Blue/Red legendary creature that interacts with artifacts.
We’re now aware of the desire and will one day make it.”
Artwork for a potentially new Planeswalker in Aether Revolt on an ad card from Kaladesh
Aether Revolt Planeswalker Spoilers
Aether Revolt artwork
Set Name Aether Revolt Block Set 2 of 2 in the Kaladesh block Number of Cards 184 Prerelease Events January 14–15, 2017 Release Events January 20, 2017 Launch Weekend January 20–22, 2017 Game Day February 11–12, 2017 Magic Online Prerelease Events January 27, 2017 Magic Online Release Date January 30, 2017 Pro Tour Aether Revolt February 3–5, 2017 Pro Tour Aether Revolt Location Dublin, Ireland Pro Tour Aether Revolt Formats
Aether Revolt–Aether Revolt–Kaladesh Draft
Top 8: Standard
For upcoming Aether Revolt events in your area, please visit the UK Magic Calendar page.
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