New names from Entertainment Weekly's spoilers, along with some guesses for colour:
Desert Cerodon (historically these are RW, could be either)
Sandwurm Convergence (G? Name sounds like a token maker)
Heart-Piercer Manticore (R or B is my guess)
Grasping Dunes (Name sounds like land, art suggests maybe B though)
Painted Bluffs (Land)
Ornery Kudu (Green)
Defiant Greatmaw (G or UG)
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Apr 4, 2017Didn't see this card on here yet.Posted in: The Rumor Mill
I don't speak spanish but a combination of google translate and my knowledge of French suggests it's
Untap target creature. It gets +2/+2 and lifelink until end of turn.
Target creature you control fights target creature an opponent controls.
Update: It's been pointed out Ready is already half a split card, so I've changed the likely translation of the title.
Apr 4, 2017Posted in: The Rumor MillQuote from Cyborg Huey »I haven't taken Spanish in over ten years, but I think the card is going to be Prepare//Fight simply because Ready//Willing is already a card. I'd use tags but I haven't figured them out yet in the new layout on mobile
I completely forgot about Ready//Willing but you're right, it would need a different title and yours makes sense. I'll amend the OP
Sep 3, 2016This post on the Kaladesh Consulate facebook page strongly, strongly implies (basically confirms, really) that this will be a full cycle.Posted in: The Rumor Mill
Standing taller than many of the buildings that grace Ghirapur's skyline, the Gearhulks are among the grandest creations you'll see on display in the Fair. We challenged five teams of expert designers to build automatons of an extreme scale, with the added stipulation of incorporating a single element of the Aether Cycle into their design. From inspiration to reclamation, the flow of aether governs both invention and life on Ghirapur, so we felt this an appropriate and exciting challenge.
We were more than pleased with the results. Each design expresses the individual creativity of its team and captures the essence of their assigned step of the Aether Cycle. From the living foliage in the chassis of the Verdurous Gearhulk, which inspires all who gaze upon it, to the crackling reserves of liberated aetheric energy that sparks on the hands of the combustible gearhulk, these magnificent creations invite all to stop and ponder what it means to be part of the cycle of invention.
Sep 2, 2016Some stuff from twitter fell through the cracks when people were compiling spoilers.Posted in: The Rumor Mill
Pictures are attached in this post in the other thread
Glint-Sleeve Artisan - 017 (white, common)
Speedway Fanatic - 132 (red, uncommon)
Start Your Engines - 135, I think? Could be 133 which seems to make more sense. (red, uncommon)
Sky Skiff - 233 (artifact, common)
Whirlermaker - 239 (artifact, uncommon)
Of note, whirlermaker is probably fairly close to the end of the artifacts.
ETA: This tumblr post has a higher-res image showing Start Your Engines as definitely 135. Perhaps there's multiple "Speedway ___" cards in red.
Sep 2, 2016Dorianisms posted a message on PAX Kaladesh Spoilers - Saheeli Rai, vehicles, energy, other mechanicsSome cards from the official Twitter have not been posted here yet. Nothing too exciting, but more examples of the mechanics.Posted in: The Rumor Mill
Source tweet 1
Source tweet 2
Mar 21, 2016I've cropped the four posters we have images of thus far to just the cryptoliths and highlighted the angle on each (it's the only meaningful difference so even if compass angles aren't the answer, it's still what we have to work from in terms of clues). Pink is russian, orange is english, green is japanese, and blue is spanish. it is very likely though that without all of the posters we won't be able to get a meaningful message even if we *were* to figure out the nature of the puzzlePosted in: The Rumor Mill
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