Greek mythology is full of strange and wonderful creatures encountered by its heroes, mostly as enemies and obstacles. One of the strangest ones, never truly done justice in Magic card form, was the Chimera, a winged lion-snake-goat whose name became synonymous with patchwork monsters. While the original Magic Chimeras were a cycle of artifact creatures that could "combine," the Japanese site HappyMTG has a Theros preview that's a proper, variable-power, spawned-of-erratic-magic Chimera in blue and red. Have a look at Spellheart Chimera. In English, its text goes:
Spellheart Chimera 1UR
Creature - Chimera (Uncommon)
Spellheart Chimera's power is equal to the number of instant and sorcery cards in your graveyard.
This cute fella does have flavor text, but we haven't gotten a good translation for it yet. And yes - this is basically a Runechanter's Pike with wings. Delver of Secrets and Snapcaster Mage may be out of Standard, but don't count out instant-and-sorcery-spamming archetypes yet - Spellheart Chimera has many ways to get very big very fast. Flying and trample are a surefire way to get past almost any blockers. Self-mill is certainly a viable option, but so is, imagine this, actually casting your instants and sorceries - run this alongside Nivix Cyclops in a blue-red blitz deck and your opponents will seriously not know what hit them.
What do you think of this odd flying monster? Let me know in the comments.