Today Jan. 21, 2013 Wizards of the Coast revealed the complete spoiler card list from their upcoming expert "Magic: The Gathering" expansion set "Gatecrash" on www.MagicTheGathering.com.
Full "Gatecrash" spoiler card lists revealed:
White, Blue, Black, Red, Green, Orzhov, Dimir, Gruul, Boros, Simic, Hybrid, Artifact, and Land.
White gains a lot of very powerful cards in "Gatecrash," however three in particular that you'll want to get are Blind Obedience, Frontline Medic, and Gideon, Champion of Justice.
Do you prefer to play tricks with your opponent? Several blue cards from the set you'll want are Diluvian Primordial, Simic Fluxmage, and Simic Manipulator.
Black players don't get very much love in this set, however a few that you'll want to pick up are Crypt Ghast, Thrull Parasite, and Sepulchral Primordial.
Three powerful red cards in "Gatecrash" are Firefist Striker, Legion Loyalist, and Skullcrack.
Sometimes you just want to smash face with a fatty. A couple more high profile green evolve cards from the set that could grow to impressive sizes are Experiment One and Gyre Sage.
Do you like controlling the game? High Priest of Penance, Orzhov Charm, and Obzedat, Ghost Council are several Orzhov cards in particular that you'll want to get your hands on.
If you enjoy manipulating your opponent then Dimir Charm, Duskmantle Guildmage, Lazav, Dimir Mastermind, and Soul Ransom are several Dimir cards to trade for.
Who needs to think when they can just play creatures and turn them sideways? Clan Defiance, Gruul Charm, and Signal the Clans are a few Gruul cards you'll want to acquire.
Boros is poised as one of the quickest guilds to kill an opponent with. Boros Charm, Aurelia's Fury, Firemane Avenger, and Sunhome Guildmage are several stand out Boros cards you'll want to add to your personal collection.
Want to experiment, test, and fiddle with Unexpected Results? Several Simic cards in particular that you'll want to acquire are Master Biomancer, Prime Speaker Zegana, and Simic Charm.
Several notable hybrid cards from the set include Biomass Mutation, Burning-Tree Emissary, Nightveil Specter, and Rubblebelt Raiders.
In addition to the five new keyrunes in the set you'll want to ensure that you pick up Glaring Spotlight, Illusionist's Bracers, and Prophetic Prism for your decks.
Aside from picking up play sets of all the guild gates and shock lands you'll want to make sure you also acquire at least one Thespian's Stage. In other words, collect every land in "Gatecrash."
"Gatecrash" prerelease events occur on Jan. 26-27, 2013. The "Gatecrash" release date is Feb. 1, 2013 and the "Gatecrash" Launch Weekend will be Feb. 1-4, 2013. "Gatecrash" Game Day events will be held Feb. 23-24, 2013 and Pro Tour "Gatecrash" takes place Feb. 15-17, 2013.
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Event decks: "Golgari: Creep and Conquer" and "Rakdos: Wrack and Rage."
Intro packs: "Rakdos Raid," "Azorius Advance," "Golgari Growth," "Selesnya Surge," and "Izzet Ingenuity."
Card lists: White, Blue, Black, Red, Green, Azorius, Izzet, Golgari, Rakdos, Selesnya, Hybrid, Artifact, and Land.
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