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Aether Searcher from 'Magic: The Gathering - Conspiracy'

Aether Searcher from "Conspiracy"
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Aether Searcher is one of the newest Magic: The Gathering cards from Wizards of the Coast's upcoming expert expansion set Conspiracy. This rare artifact creature's power level is highly contingent upon what card you draft after it.

Aether Searcher - 7
Artifact Creature - Construct (Rare)
Reveal Aether Searcher as you draft it. Reveal the next card you draft and note its name.
When Aether Searcher enters the battlefield, you may search your hand and/or library for a card with a name noted as you drafted cards named Aether Searcher. You may cast it without paying its mana cost. If you searched your library this way, shuffle it.

Seven mana for a 6/4 that can be played in any limited deck isn't too special, however the ability to get another free spell is what pushes Aether Searcher into a very powerful card. Bet it another threat or removal spell, Aether Searcher can potentially help turn around a game in your favor.

A couple interesting things to note about Aether Searcher:

Aether Searcher says "a name noted as you drafted cards named Aether Searcher." That means if you've somehow managed to draft more than one Aether Searcher you'll be able to find either card you've name and drafted after Aether Searcher. Options are always good.

It may be wise to choose a common with Aether Searcher. That's because you'll have a greater chance of picking up more than one of the same common in draft. There's nothing worse than casting Aether Searcher and having the card you've named already on the battlefield or in your graveyard.

How will you use Aether Searcher?

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