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Magic: The Gathering Core Set 2020 spoiler season is in progress, and new cards and awesome reprints are abundant! Check out the latest cycle of reprints and a new Planeswalker that got revealed today below. Remember, all of these cards will be available on MTG Arena as soon as Core Set 2020 releases!

Big reveals

Sorin, Imperious Bloodlord: Sorin is back in his latest Planeswalker card! He mimics Lilianna from Core Set 2019 in that he supports the tribe he is most famous for, and he does that well. Be sure to check him out if you love vampires!

Scry Lands: The cycle of Scry Lands originally printed in Theros has made a return in Core Set 2020! These will be fun in Standard, allowing decks to smooth their draws and never really being a terrible top-deck late-game.

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Additional Core Set 2020 reveals

Per the usual, we’ve got a few more cards to show you! Check out these other spoilers for MTG Arena that got dropped today.

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Of the above, there are some really cool cards to talk about. Yarok, the Desecrated in particular is a huge flavor win. Back in Battle for Zendikar, we saw the card Bane of Bala Ged that depicted a large Eldrazi devastating the Bala Ged area of Zendikar. Yarok seems to be an elemental born from those now broken, processed lands. As far as his effect goes, it’s a Panharmonicon! He’s sure to add some value to the Sultai midrange decks running around Standard right now. In Commander, having a Panharmonicon in your command zone seems fantastic for some decks that would love to double up on some important effects.

Rotting Regisaur is also awesome, being basically a vanilla 7/6 for 3 mana. Though that rate is absurd, the discard effect is actually a good thing in some decks. Only time will tell, but maybe we’ll see it crop up in Modern zombie decks. On MTG Arena, we could see it in some more midrangey-style decks, but the discard may be a bit much in Standard.

It’s worth noting that there are a handful of cards not shown above due to being in a foreign language. If you’d like to see the translations of those cards, you can check out MTGSalvation’s Core Set 2020 spoiler page.

Stay tuned!

Daily Esports is here to keep you up to date on MTG news and Core Set 2020 spoilers! Be sure to keep an eye on things over on our MTG news page. If you’d like to catch up on spoiler season, you can see the previous days below:

Day 1 | Day 2