In today's Arcana article on the mothership, Trick Jarrett shows off the tokens produced by cards in Born of the Gods. Most of them are from cards that have already been spoiled (the set has an unusually high number, since both a cycle of creatures and the set's planeswalker make tokens that weren't in Theros) - but the strangest one of them all remains a mystery.
Yes, I mean the Gold token - the noncreature artifact with "Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool." It's not often that one sees effects that produce noncreature tokens, which means whatever makes this must be pretty special, perhaps even legendary.
Gold in Greek mythology is perhaps most famously associated with King Midas, who turned everything he touched into the precious metal thanks to a rashly granted wish - even the food he ate and his own daughter - before the curse was lifted. The top-down design could also be given something of a twist in this set - it is the Magic spin on the original stories, after all. And that artwork makes it look like the treasure definitely came from something living. Here are two possibilities:
Precious Touch 2G
Enchantment - Aura (Uncommon)
Enchanted creature has deathtouch.
Whenever a creature dealt damage by enchanted creature dies this turn, put a colorless artifact token named Gold onto the battlefield with "Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."
Argephrase, Baleful Treasurer 3GG
Legendary Creature - Gorgon (Rare)
Whenever a creature dealt damage by a creature you control dies this turn, put a colorless artifact token named Gold onto the battlefield with "Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."
4GG: Until end of turn, damage is dealt to creatures as though its source had deathtouch.
Best not to ask of the origins of her bounty.