One prime hot topic in the Magic rumor community at the moment is the minor gods who are slated to appear in Born of the Gods and Journey into Nyx, and, by extension, their Temple "scrylands." Five of the members of that particular cycle were seen in Theros, and it seems as though the remaining five will be split among the last two sets of the block. Now, courtesy of MTGSalvation.com Rumor Mill moderator TK-421's secret informed source, we know which lands will see print in the winter set, and which we'll have to wait for Journey into Nyx for:
Hi everybody! Every now and then, I like to stroll down the street to see what the crazies have to say (weirdly, for such a small town, we have a lot...)! But one in particular interests me. I've found myself my very own oracle!
Here's the rantings and ravings for today:
"The temple for the Goddess of Harvest has gratitude for their Goddess, as she provides them plenty."
"People seek for enlightenment in the temple for the Goddess of Polis."
"Unlike other temples, where they asked for guidance or show gratitude, they plea not to be maliced in the temple for the God of Slaughter."
Exciting! There'll be more to come as the month goes on!
The meaning of this riddle is fairly obvious: The Goddess of Harvest is Karametra who is green and white, the Goddess of Polis is the blue-white Ephara, and the God of Slaughter is black-red's Mogis. Now, most of this is confirmation on information Ceth has already given, though the detail of Mogis is new - but it seems as though the names of the three Temples are contained in the descriptions as well - respectively Temple of Plenty, Temple of Enlightenment, and Temple of Malice. The moderators are so sure of this they are reflected in the Born of the Gods MTGSalvation spoiler. Sadly, this means that fans of Pharika and Keranos will have to wait a set to get their scrylands - but it's only fair considering black-green and blue-red got an early start on Return to Ravnica block thanks to Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari.