The card image galleries on magicthegathering.com for upcoming sets are useful repositories of what's been spoiled so far, even those that are spoiled to little or no celebration. One such card in Commander 2013 is a utility artifact meant to help out those who are stuck in the least-fun situation in a multiplayer game: Getting mana screwed. After all, EDH is about fun, right? Get your catch-up on with Surveyor's Scope:
Surveyor's Scope 2
Tap, Exile Surveyor's Scope: Search your library for up to X basic land cards, where X is the number of players who control at least two more lands than you. Put those lands onto the battlefield, then shuffle your library.
What makes this seemingly dangerous is the fact that it gets the lands it searches for onto the battlefield, and untapped, and does it for any color (usually it's only white that gets this sort of thing). This is, granted, pretty hard to combo with; not only do you only get one land per opponent at maximum, but it only gives you a land for being two lands behind each of them, which means losing pretty hard. Unless, of course, you're sacrificing your lands with mad abandon. Overgrown Estate comes to mind to fuel life-payment or lifegain-based wins, as does Lithatog, and Hammer of Purphoros... Surveyor's Scope is naturally almost unplayably bad in a one-versus-one game, but in multiplayer, it can turn a behind-in-land situation into crazy ramp, and that's worth noting.
What do you think of this restrictive but rampy mass-tutoring artifact? Let me know in the comments.