As I write this, there are 167 of 249 M13 cards spoiled, and that’s over half the set. Base sets rarely have brainbustingly-intense rares in them (Baneslayer excepted), but there’s enough to get excited about at this point. There’s also enough to be honest about in terms of holding off on purchasing. There will be much more M13 discussion in the coming weeks leading up to release, and this is an early edition with thoughts on what we have seen so far

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