Alright, I've been a little 'lax on checking the spoiler in the last few days and now it's officially gone up to the full 155. So instead of figuring out what I have and haven't covered and go through all the changelogs, I'm just going to go back through the entire set at once, recapping what I've already seen and adding in the new stuff. Due to the nature of this style, I won't be talking about pretty much every card like I had in the past. this time, I'll have to be much more focused in on what's to come. Those of you interested in my Maro-rage antics should check out the spoiler articles for Besieged from the beginning, and for the most part pay attention to the blue spells.
One last thing before I begin, I want to say a few quick words about the store I play at, down at Londonderry, New Hampshire. It's called the Game Castle, and the place is absolutely HUGE. They run FNM, Saturday tournaments, prereleases and such, as well as a couple DnD groups and tournaments for Warhammer, both fantasy and 40k. Plus pretty much all the events for Pokemon are held there, and it's a pretty big store for L5R as well. A good selection of snacks and drinks and such are sold inside, as well as a pizza place, diner, and a chinese restaurant are all in the same plaza. If you're in the area, you should come and check out the store, or maybe come to our prerelease on Saturday. It's just $25 and includes the six packs and a ludicrous amount of prize support, spread out so that nobody walks away empty-handed.
Well, without further ado, let the spoiling begin!
Now unfortunately, the next card on my list does NOT yet have a confirmed image, so I'll just type it out. White Sun's Zenith is an instant that costs XWWW and generates a 2/2 cat token for each X put into it, then shuffles itself back in. So tapping down seven lands at EOT will give you four 2/2 cat tokens and a free reshuffle do ditch those cards that Jace said were ugly. A bit expensive, but a bit more power put into it than something like Master's Call [above]. I can see one or two copies of this being run in U/W control builds. I really don't think it's an aggro card though, way too expensive.
So anyways, there you have it, 25 cards to look out for in your limited games this weekend, and something to think about when building your own deck in the coming weeks. Don't forget, The Game Castle is holding their own prerelease on Saturday, January 29th. Registration starts at 10, and packs will be handed out at 11. Entry for the main event will be $25, and side event drafts will be run afterwards for $15 if enough people are interested. And don't forget to 'like' Yo Mama over here or on the sidebar above, where I'll be posting updates whenever there's a new article. My schedule is approximately whenever I feel like it, which is usually a couple times a week.